Julia and Omer met as counselors at Camp Ramah in New England in 2009. On the first day of second session, Julia had to take her bunk to boating chug where Omer, a member of the mishlachat, was serving as a lifeguard.
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.
Adam and Emily met in the summer of 2014 at Ramah New England. Adam, a first year shaliach from Israel, was an all star counselor and Emily was Rosh Shoafim.
In the beginning of 2012, Laura was in Israel on OTZMA and Ari was finishing his degree at Binghamton. They were both looking for jobs and stumbled upon the American Hebrew Academy where they had an intensive Fellowship program. They both applied, both were offered the job, and both showed up in August of 2012.
While Ethan and Erin did not attend Ramah together, they met halfway around the world in Israel in 2009.
While Rafi and Rachael did not meet at Camp Ramah, Ramah has been a large part of their lives, contributing to the shared values and experiences that are important to them.
In 1980 we were ten years old and spending our summers at Ramah New England. My first memories of “Fish” are either by tetherball or in the gaga court.
Harry Chiel and Zoe Tabachnick met at Ramah Nyack in 2008 and were married in January 2015.
Though we met at the University of Maryland in 2008, Daniel spent a few summers at Ramah California and Rachel grew up at Ramah New England.
Jack spent the summer of 1965 with my junior counselor who would come back to the bunk and talk about him.
Laura and I were in Nivonim 2001 and we both decided to go on Seminar during 2002. We worked on staff together at Wisconsin from 2003-2006.