My grandchildren, Ramah Nyack campers Maya, Coby, and Liana Rabinowitz, are only 11, 9, and 5 years old, but Camp Ramah has been in their blood for almost 60 years!
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.
Daniel Grossberg and Millie Feinberg Grossberg met in 1957 at Camp Ramah in Connecticut and were married in 1966.
Michael Bohnen and Joyce Oppenheim Bohnen met in 1961 at Camp Ramah in Connecticut and were married in 1969.
I think we met on the tennis court. Ramah was a great way to meet Jewish boys. We have been avid supporters of Ramah and tried to get our synagogue to support the program. With a change in leadership, it finally does.
I was a camper waitress in the Machon and my Rosh Edah was Chaim Potok. Stanley was a counselor of the youngest campers, or staff brats, as we called them affectionately.
Edward Bromberg and Marian Wolarsky Bromberg met at Camp Ramah in Connecticut in 1960 and were married in 1965. Their daughter, Deborah is also a Ramah marriage and you can see her story here.
Lee Levine and Mira Karp Levine met at Camp Ramah in Connecticut in 1956 and were married in 1961.
Saul Shapiro and Miriam Klein Shapir met at Camp Ramah in Connecticut in 1954 and were married in 1958.
Camp Ramah connected us with a group of people who observed Judaism in a natural and positive way.
We met during Steve’s first summer at Ramah – Andrea had been a camper for years. We were married in June of 1965; and, after a two-day honeymoon on the Cape, spent the summer at the new Ramah in New England.