Rabbi Arthur Ruberg wrote this reflection about his relationship with Israel. Here are a few excerpts:
Ramah alumni have accomplished remarkable achievements in the fields of education, social justice, entertainment, and more. Here, we share these incredible successes. We are always looking to feature our awesome alumni. Share your stories with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arielle Davis and Benjamin Landsburg tied the knot this summer at a place that held special meaning for them—Camp Ramah in the Poconos. The couple became the first to get married at the Conservative movement camp when they wed on June 2, 2013. Read more about their love story, “Couple with local connections ties the […]
Noa Kadosh, a 20-year-old shlicha and rhythmic gymnast at Camp Ramah in the Poconos became an Internet sensation when her amazing one-handed walkover kicked a basketball into the hoop from the foul line. Howie Tilman captured this incredible feat on video, and the rest is history.
Ben Platt of Camp Ramah in California is one of Tinsel Town’s brightest stars with a breakout role in the smash hit, Pitch Perfect.
Rich Moline, director of Reshet Ramah, wrote the inaugural blog post for Reshet Ramah.
This month multiple Ramah camps hosted alumni reunions. The weekends provided opportunities for hundreds of Ramah Alumni to rekindle old friendships and relive the joys of shabbat at camp. There are more photos in albums here, but here are a few highlights of the weekends.
While they didn’t remember meeting at Camp Ramah in the Poconos, Ramah couple Lauren Lubarsky and Matthew Tanzer re-met over Facebook, and the rest is history. Check out their amazing love story, featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Nancy B. Scheff wrote an exciting chapter about Ramah marriages for the Ramah at 60 book published in 2010.
Camp Ramah in New England alumnus Noam Neusner wrote about Ramah’s impact on his life in The Jewish Daily Forward.
There’s something enchanting about falling in love at summer camp. Check out this clipping from the Washington Jewish Week’s article, “Some Enchanted Summer,” written in August 2008, featuring Ramah couple Bob Saks and Loretta Vitale Saks.