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[ ] 2 JEWISH VALUE GIVEAWAYS A BIG HIT There is a saying that "You are what You Eat." If Camp Operations Co-Director Samantha Goodman has her way the expression might be changed to "You are What You Wear." Every spring Samantha and other JCC camp staff head to Atlantic City for a four day Camp conference sponsored by the American Camping Association which is the largest gathering of camp professionals in the world. This spring, while walking through the Exhibit Hall, Samantha spotted a vendor who sold bead band bracelets that could be customized. She immediately realized that this was the perfect idea for our Jewish value giveaways. Over the course of the summer, campers will receive 4 two sided bead band bracelets featuring each of our weekly Jewish values. Samantha hopes that the wearing of these bead band bracelets will inspire campers to act upon these values in their daily lives. Already campers and counselors can be seen throughout the camp wearing the rst of their four bead band bracelets. IT IS BETTER TO GIVE THAN RECEIVE There is a Jewish folk saying that G-d looks at a person's heart before looking at a person's brain. Motivated by his caring heart one of our camper's used his brains to make a big difference. Maccabiah camper Eitan HaLevi spent last Sunday at his father's gas station playing Blues music on his guitar and asking customers to make a donation to Breast Cancer research. By day's end he had raised more than $50. Good Job Eitan! THE DREAM OF ONE TEAM, THE HEARTBEAT OF MILLIONS World Cup mania was on full display this week as JCC campers and staff of Argentinean descent showed their pride in their countrymen's performance in the World Cup. The team came up a little short in its bid for a championship but they earned the respect of the world for their tenacious play. Pictured are counselor Julian Azar, and campers Gabriel Garcia and Andrew Diaz.
[ ] 2 The ULTIMATE Camp Interview A close and personal discussion with 6 of our finest Unit Directors. Listen to their thoughts on a variety of topics including their favorite camp memory, the secret to our camp's success and words they live by. What are you most looking forward to this summer? Lucy: Smiling faces of all my campers. Laura: Being able to walk around the campgrounds (I had a broken foot last summer). Corinne: Reuniting with campers that I had when I was a K'ton Ton counselor. Dale: Hershey Park Overnight. Carrie: Meeting new campers and going to see Aladdin. Lisa: Working with the CIT's and nally going to Club Getaway. What do you like to do in you free time? Lucy: Watch a good movie. Laura: Running, yoga, snowboarding, reading, and traveling. Corinne: Sleep :) I don't get much. Dale: Spending time with my sons and watching sports. Carrie: Read and watch TV. Lisa: Haha, free time? Name a person you wish you could bring to camp: Lucy: My nieces from Florida. I know they would love camp. Laura: Singer Austin Mahone. Campers would love him. Corinne: A camper that I had in my very rst camp group, who completely changed my life and made me want to be a special ed teacher. Dale: My sister Gwen. She is outgoing, and would enjoy Maccabiah's activities and trips. Carrie: My husband so he understands all the funny stories we talk about on the weekends. Lisa: My old friend and former JCC staff Celia. She's so much fun! Name your favorite camp memory: Lucy: My very rst day at the JCC. It was so exciting. Laura: Spreading frosting all over my face and then sticking it into a bowl of Fruit Loops. Corinne: Maccabi Games 2012, I helped plan them. Dale: The many friends I have made over the years. Carrie: On a dude ranch trip, my horse went swimming and I was still on the horse. Lisa: New Jersey Y sleep over with Stephanie. If you could change one thing in the world what would it be? Lucy: Make sure that no one ever goes hungry. Laura: Peace for all! Corinne: Adopt all of the homeless animals in the world. Dale: Kids go to college for free. Carrie: For everyone to respect each other. Lisa: Instead of people using people and valuing things, they should value people and use things. In a few words, what is the camp's secret to success: Lucy: Patience and love Laura: Dedicated Staff Corinne: Enthusiasm!! Dale: Funtastic!! Carrie: Friendships Lisa: Passion Words to live by: Lucy: A person is a person, no matter how small (Dr. Seuss) Laura: To thine own self, be true.... Corinne: If you could nd a road with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere Dale: Hug at least 1 person a day Carrie: Live for today, plan for tomorrow, celebrate tonight Lisa: Lead by example LUCY KAMIL K'TON TON LAURA GOTLIN SHALOM CORINNE GAMBARDELLA CHALUTZ DALE OKS MACCABIAH CARRIE BERNSTEIN TEEN TRAVEL LISA QUINN CIT'S
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2 The Board of Directors and Staff of the Jewish Community Center wish you health, happiness and peace in the New Year To see the New Year & Memorial Bulletin go to sijcc.org Building Hours & Holiday Observances
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