• Torah at CLC: Chukat: Perseverance Even Without Promise

    by Chelsea Feuchs, Assistant Limud Director As a kid, I played softball in the town rec league and my dad helped coach the team. Twice a week we would go out to a local field and he would hit grounders, fly balls, and line drives to the team as we practiced catching. At first the […]


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  • Introducing WOLFoods

    Brand new for 2019, Crane Lake Camp has partnered with WOLFoods, the industry leader in camp food service, to bring some fresh new tastes to Breakfast, Lunch, Snack and Dinner! WOLFoods comes to Crane Lake with an all-new menu that balances new flavor with the classic camp favorites – don’t worry, we still have Tender […]


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  • 2019 Summer Staff Preview

    Check out this list of the greatest staff ever for Summer 2019! We’ll be updating this list as more staff is hired so check back often.


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  • Changing the World, One Camper, One Moment at A Time

    In the midst of our crazy first semesters at college, it felt like a nuisance to go to middle of nowhere Georgia for a weekend. Little did we know that those 4 days would change us. The theme of the retreat was “human rights and social justice.” Yet, those words don’t even come close to what this weekend meant to us. This weekend was joyous, meaningful, inspiring, and important.


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  • Maccabia 2018: How Values Help Us Win

    Maccabia is not a set of arbitrarily chosen events. Maccabia is a series of tests, each of which focuses on a particular trait that a person develops over their time at Crane Lake Camp. Watch the video to learn more about how our values drive each aspect of Color War, and read below to find out which team won each for Maccabia 2018!


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  • What It Means To Be Olim

    Hear what two Olim '18 campers have to say about their summer and reflection of the meaning of Olim.


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  • Two Camps, One Soul: Making A Difference Day

    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.


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  • When Dodgeball is more than Dodgeball: A Story of Camp Moms, Dodgeball, and Community

    Our Crane Lake Mamas showed their staff values by playing staff dodgeball!


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  • CLC and the Power of Perseverance

    Faculty member Rabbi Marci Bellows shares her reflections on our campers' perseverance and the Jewish people's endurance, in honor of this week's Jewish value of the week: Netzach.


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  • The Impossible Ball Player

    How a first at-bat changed a life.


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