• Compassion and Our Culture of Kindness

    CLC compassion is interesting, inviting, and inevitable. Get the insight from general counselor Louie Goldsmith: a Yale undergraduate.


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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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  • Alumni Feature: The Crane Lake Couple (CLC)

    What does L'dor V'dor mean to you? To alumni Josh and Meredith Clarin, 'from generation to generation' means passing on Jewish values through their Crane Lake family as their daughter begins Crane Lake for her first summer this summer. A first kiss, a big crush, I love you and so much more is discovered if you look at the story of their happy marriage, their beautiful children and the continuation of a Crane Lake Camp legacy.


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  • The Impossible Ball Player

    How a first at-bat changed a life.


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  • Why Camp: Living Values L’dor V’dor

    Sarah Stein, Unit Head Team Leader and year-round URJ employee, had the honor of speaking to board members from the Foundation for Jewish Camp. Here are her words, all about why Jewish camp has been important in her life and what she wants to bring to her campers and staff.


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  • Finding Community After College

    This post was originally posted here as part of Foundation for Jewish Camp’s summer blog series “Because of Jewish Camp.” Each week, they are featuring personal reflections from camp parents, staff, and alumni exemplifying the ways that Jewish camp impacted their lives. Follow along all summer long, and share how Jewish camp impacted your life! by Susan […]


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