Kathy and I attended Camp Ramah in California in the 60’s.
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After Havdallah, evening walk around camp.
When we first met, we were nine years old – in Nitzanim at Camp Ramah in California. We were friends and pen pals for years.
Although we were both at camp at the same time as campers for a number of years, we never met because we were in different age groups.
We met outside the staff laundry room… Dani was at camp for the first time following completion of his mandatory Army service in Israel.
Matt and Lisa met the first day of the Seminar trip in the summer of 1996. Lisa attended Ramah in Ojai, CA. Matt was from Savannah, GA but attended camp in Palmer for many years.
David Ross and Lauren Schmidt met for the first time in Los Angeles in May 2000. Or at least, the couple is pretty sure that was the first time.
Ronald Goss and Michelle “Mimi” Haligman Goss met in 1983 at Camp Ramah in California and were married in 1985.
Howard Tamler and Nechama “Nancy” Imberman Tamler met in 1961 at Camp Ramah in California and were married in 1967.