My husband and I met at Camp Ramah in Canada and then went on Israel Seminar together. We both attended the University of Michigan and ended up in the same dorm. Our son, Aaron, also met his wife, Marci Orman, at Camp Ramah in Canada.
Ramah couples celebrate simchas every year and we would love to celebrate you! Ramah marriages can be defined in many ways; whether you met your spouse at camp, or simply married another Ramahnik from a different camp, your Ramah matrimony is something special! There are more than six decades worth of wonderful stories. To have your Ramah marriage listed on our website please submit your story.
Jonathan Rosentein and Edith Korin Rosenstein met in 1989 at Camp Ramah in Canada and were married in 1993.
Missy had broken her ankle and was homebound. She came for visiting day, and her friends convinced her to stay and work for the second month.
A thin wall in the crafts building separated them…but not for long! They had a shtetl-like wedding in the woods, where the groom harvested young maple saplings for chuppah poles and used his great-grandfather’s tallit as a canopy.
Aaron had been a camper at Ramah for many years and was away on Seminar when I spent my first summer at Camp Ramah in Canada, in 1980.
We met at a square dance on the tennis courts. I was shy so I had my bunkmate Lynda Taller tell Danny that I liked him.
Daniel Brandes and Shana Kurlandsky met at Camp Ramah in Canada in 1998 and were married in 2002.
Sholom Eisenstat and Rifka Holtzkener Eisenstat met in 1971 at Camp Ramah in Canada and were married in 1981.
Bev and I became good friends while teaching swimming together over 2 wonderful summers.
We met at Ramah in Canada in 1968, where we were both madrichim.