We met and became friends during daily camp activities during my first summer at Ramah and his second summer at Ramah.
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We were in the same edah for 5 years. We didn’t start dating until about 10 years later.
Robin Hochman (Wilt’s sister) asked me to go to Ramah New England. I was a little hesitant; who knew it would change the course of my life?
We first met in Israel on Seminar Plus, but we didn’t keep in touch after the summer. Matt continued on as a counselor at Wisconsin, and Aviva returned to Palmer.
We met at camp while on staff together. Evan was s’gan; Abby was a junior counselor.
We met as campers when we were in Bogrim. We were friends during that summer.
Amichai Margolis and Kari Phillips Margolis met at Camp Ramah in New England in 2001 and were married in 2004.
So, Solelim ’96 had to pray every morning and so it was Michelle and my tafkid as va’ad tefillah to coordinate the campers’ tefillah experience. Not only did the campers have a great tefillah experience that summer but a new Ramah relationship was born.
Doron Greene and Rebecca Markowitz Greene met at Camp Ramah in New England in 2003 and were married in 2009.
In 2003, Dave was back for a third summer working in Tikvah and Emily was beginning her first.