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March with our teens for a better future! 0

March with our teens for a better future!

Posted on Mar 23, 2018 in From the Blog

In the aftermath of the devastating shooting in Parkland, FL, NFTY and the URJ, our Reform Jewish teens and adults, have acted quickly to mobilize for change. Yesterday, on the one-month anniversary of the shooting, students across the country participated in school walkouts and continue to prepare for March 24 and its “March for Our Lives” events across the country.

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An Update from GFC 0

An Update from GFC

Posted on Feb 28, 2018 in From the Blog

Though summer is still months away, we are very busy here at Greene Family Camp.  We’ve been prepping for our upcoming year-round events – including Men’s Retreat, Spring Camp, and a host of other events at camp and in our regions that will occur before Session One Opening Day.

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L’Taken: Only A Start 0

L’Taken: Only A Start

Posted on Feb 23, 2018 in From the Blog

Two years ago, when I was a sophomore, Analia and I were invited to join to join the Greene Family Camp delegation to the Religious Action Center’s L’Taken Social Justice Seminar in Washington D.C. Neither of us were well versed in political ideologies or in Judaism, and the trip was halfway across the country. We were petrified. But we took a leap of faith and traveled to D.C. for a weekend that would ultimately change our lives forever.

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Why Camp Connects Me to My Mom 0

Why Camp Connects Me to My Mom

Posted on Feb 9, 2018 in Camps & NFTY, From the Blog, Social Action, Youth & Family

Summer of 2010 was my first summer at GFC. I had just moved to Texas going into my freshman year of high school from Florida. My mom really wanted me and my siblings to go to a Jewish summer camp. She did her research and found Greene Family Camp, and before long we were registered for camp. Little did I know how much of an impact Greene would make on me.

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