Have you ever participated in a race where reciting the pledge of allegiance after eating saltine crackers was considered a legitimate event?
The undying flame: Rope Burn.
Who knew passing buckets full of water up a hill could be so challenging?
Take a closer look into the main events for the first day of Color War!
At Crane Lake and Eisner, we share the mission of bringing our values out into the world to make an impact. On Make A Difference Day, we lived our mission statement out loud as one, showing the power of social action, advocacy, and community.
Hear from our campers about the necessity of living at camp without screens!
Read about Olim 2020’s b’nai mitzvah gift to camp, the special “Crane Lake” element on the new second level of our aerial adventure course, and watch our video of them enjoying it!
What is the most important thing in your life? Really take a moment and think about it. I have heard many kinds of scenarios that start out with, “You have ten minutes to leave your home with what you are able to carry.” What would you take? Some might grab important documents for identification, others may grab irreplaceable photographs from relatives no longer able to retake them and finally, many would immediately go for their pets.
Check out these graphics of all our fun from Trip Day 2018! Be sure to click on the links to watch the videos from Lower Chaverim at Ramblewild’s adventure park and Upper Chaverim white water rafting on the Deerfield River!
I’m not the best, “camper.” I don’t love not being in air conditioning when the humidity is 100%. I’m not a big fan of scrambled eggs that were prepared with the intention of feeding almost 500 people. And honestly, I love my summer routines in Brooklyn, a relaxed time at my congregation I can plan and vision for the upcoming school year.