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CAMP MENORAH SUMMER 2018


 

ABOUT US

Our Mission

Camp Menorah strives to provide our campers with a safe, nurturing Jewish camp experience and well-rounded, quality programs. Our goal is to instill pride in Judaism through a dynamic combination of athletics, water sports, arts & crafts, field trips and enriching activities.  Campers will develop an understanding of what it means to be a part of a Jewish community, and learn about themselves as individuals.  By exposing our campers to the beauty of our Jewish heritage, we provide them with amazing memories.  All staff members are required to complete a Counselor Training Program, including CPR & First Aid Certification.  Our Madrichim (junior counselors) are chosen for their enthusiasm, experience, skills, Judaic knowledge and caring attitude.  High Schoolers are eligible for community service hours if desired. 

To apply please contact the Camp Director.

 

Safety & Transportation

Campers are assigned to groups according to age and grade.  Each group has a trained and reliable team of counselors responsible for their safety.  For identification purposes, camp t-shirts, free with registration, must be worn on all field trips.  Transportation for all field trips will be provided in buses equipped with seat belts and driven by trained, experienced and licensed bus drivers.

 

Hot Lunch & Food Guidelines

All of our campers can sign up for our kosher-style  Hot Lunch Program.  Details and menus can be found in the registration packet posted on our website.  Absolutely NO PEANUTS are allowed at Camp Menorah.

 

ABOUT CAMP

Camp Menorah (K-5th Grade)

Campers are grouped by age and/or grade, lead by both senior and junior counselors.  In addition to the camp activities, each week includes both a trip to the beach and a field trip.  Programs stimulate camper imagination, provide Jewish experiential learning, and promote active fun, making the camp experience like no other! Minimum 2-week enrollment.

 

Cit-its (CIT’S in Training: 6th-8th Grade)

Having grown through the years of being a full camper, these emerging teens will play and grow together in an age-appropriate environment that will expose them to leadership skills and help them to showcase their passions…all while being immersed in the fun, active and creative Jewish camp community!

Minimum 2-week enrollment

 

CITs (Counselors in Training: 9th-12th Grade)

Campers are ready to take on leadership opportunities!  Planning their own events, CIT Training and even marketing, campers start to understand the meaning of responsibility.  Each week these teams will focus on specific  traits  of  camp  staff,  gaining  insight into the  importance  of  these  characteristics & skills. 

Minimum 2-week enrollment

DATES & RATES

Week 1:  June 25-29 
Week 2:  July 2-6 (no camp 7/4)
Week 3: July 9-13
Week 4:  July 16-20

 

Week 5:  July 23-27
Week 6:  July 30-August 3
Week 7:  August 6-10
Week 8:  August 13-17

Camp Menorah (K-5th Grade)

3 days - $210           4 days - $240             5 days - $290

                                

CIT-it’s (CIT’S in Training: 6th-8th Grade)

3 days - $150           4 days - $180              5 days - $210

 

CIT's (Counselors in Training: 9th-12th Grade)

CIT's may register for free in exchange for Community Service hours

 

(Price per week - includes field trip costs—2-week minimum enrollment)

OTHER FEES

 

Non-Member Fee - $20/week

 

AM Care (7:30am-8:45am) -$15/day

 

PM Care  (3:15pm-6:00pm) - $25/day

 

Hot Lunch - $5/day pre-order or $8/day drop-in

 

Challah - $6/Friday

 

 

New!  Camp Menorah Merchandise!

 

Extra Camp Shirt - $12

Hat - $10

Water Bottle - $18

Sweatshirt - $28

Rash Guard - $30

SPECIAL DATES

 

Kids Night Out

Wednesday, July 11 & Wednesday, August 1

Kids Night Out includes a theme-based dinner, movie and an evening of fun as an extension of the camp day!

$36/child (pickup at 10:30pm)

 

KNO & Sleepover

Wednesday, July 11 & Wednesday, August 1

Two sleepovers will be offered for campers to have extra bonding time with each other and their counselors.

$54/child 

 

Camp Shabbat - the fun begins at 6:00pm

Friday, August 17

Relax and unwind after a busy week. Kabbalat Shabbat Services feature all campers and staff in

a relaxed atmosphere outside on the patio.

S’mores & social time follow.

 

Havdallah & Movie Night - 7:00pm

Saturday, July 21

Cozy up outside with your beach chairs and blankets! Popcorn, candy, and sodas included.

$15/family of 2 & $30/family of 3+

 

Camp Carnival - 9:00am - 3:00pm

Friday, August 17

$75/child (If NOT registered for that day)

Wed, December 12 2018 4 Tevet 5779