Kol Ramah Newsletter
Our newsletter is published weekly during the summer camp season.
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State of the Art Kitchen
After years of planning, Ramah Nyack is thrilled to announce that our state of the art kitchen was completed in time for Kayitz 2017! This newly expanded facility allows us to enhance our meals with many more fresh vegetables, fruits and salads, provide better work space for our stellar commissary staff and begin transitioning from paper products to dishes. To date, we have raised 1.2 million dollars for this 2 million dollar project. To help us meet our goal, please click here.
Base Camp will include a brand new outdoor cooking pavilion for special programs and a beautiful setting for t'fillot. Campers will have the opportunity to prepare lunches for their hikes on Shvil Ramah, make pizza and pita in our new outdoor pizza oven, and have a new dedicated space for prayer and discussion.
Sha'ar Hebrew Immersion Program
Our incredible Hebrew immersion program is now open to children entering grades K-4. Based on early enrollment, we anticipate that 100 campers will be enrolled in Sha'ar this summer! For more information on Sha'ar, please click here.
Achi Yisraeli: CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION IN HEBREW
Ramah Nyack's program for children who are fluent Hebrew speakers. Enjoy the full Nyack experience in Hebrew guided by our incredible mishlachat.
Ramah Cooking and Ramah Tech are our latest additions to the specialty camp offerings! At Ramah Cooking, campers will learn to prepare, plate and of course eat tasty and healthy culinary creations while learning about cooking techniques, menu planning, utensil skills, kitchen safety and kashrut. Ramah Tech campers will have fun with robotics, coding, and video game design. For more information about these and our other specialty programs - Ramah Sport, Ramah Outdoors, Ramah Performs and Ramah Video - click here.
Ramah Marriages/Shidduchim Wall
Did you meet your spouse at Ramah? Do you know someone who did? Please consider dedicating a plaque on camp's Shidduchim Wall to celebrate your Ramah marriage or to honor a Ramah marriage of a friend or family member. Celebrate your Ramah marriage by clicking here.