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Back to School Blessings 0

Back to School Blessings

Posted on Aug 31, 2019 in From the Blog

As our campers head back to school and our camp community begins the new year, GFC is gearing up for an amazing 2020 season! There is so much fun to look forward to this year… weekends at camp, events in your cities, programs at your Jewish Community Centers and congregations, and Summer 2020! Greene Family Camp is more than just these fun events. We are a family and we are here to support each other, at home and beyond. As we look toward the year ahead, our full-time team has some advice to share with students beginning their school year.  Remember to laugh and always eat your cookies with milk! Jared Pickett Operations Manager Take chances. Make mistakes. Get messy! McKenzie Sigle Assistant Director Shoot for the moon, because even if you miss, you’ll land amongst the “Stars in the Sky.” Michaela Rollins Assistant Director Be unapologetically you. Ethan Lane-Miller Assistant Director & NFTY-TOR Regional Advisor Always be kinder than necessary. Melissa Essler Assistant Director Wear your sandals all year, let those feet breathe!!! (Oh, also do your homework) Rabbi Andrew Terkel Director of Year-Round Programs The more you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go… (Back to Bruceville next summer!!) Stefani...

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GFC Stories: A video series about the magic of GFC 0

GFC Stories: A video series about the magic of GFC

Posted on Aug 22, 2019 in From the Blog

Over the summer, two of our cornerstone fellows, Shaked Akrish and Or Schreiber took on a very special project. They spoke to many members of our camp community and asked them to share their GFC story on video. This week on the blog, we are sharing them all together; 8 amazing stories about the magic of GFC through the relationships that we form and the experiences that we have while we are there. Please watch, listen, and remember the feeling that you have when you drive through the front gates of 1192 Smith Ln. We would love to hear your story,...

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Dis/Connected 0

Dis/Connected

Posted on Aug 9, 2019 in From the Blog

Rabbi David Segal served on the GFC faculty during the second week of our Summer Session. In his blog, he talks about how being disconnected from technology at camp strengthens the connections with the people and the spaces around us.

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