In the summer of 2012, Matthew and Adiel were both working as counselors at Ramah Day Camp in Nyack. In July 2018, they got married, at Temple Emanu-El of Closter, NJ. Their journey has only just begun!
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.
“Zachary and Lindsay met at Camp Ramah Nyack in 2003 when they worked together in Shorashim. They were married in 2014 in Philadelphia, PA” #ithappenedatramah
Over a decade ago when Tamar and Adam attended Camp Ramah in their respective home states, neither could have imagined the gift camp would bring.
While Ethan and Erin did not attend Ramah together, they met halfway around the world in Israel in 2009.
It was love at first sight, although Raz doesn’t remember our first encounter. Mine and Raz’s friend Lindsey, a fellow Ramahnik, had told me about this great guy who I had to meet.
Razie and Paul first met as CITs in late June of 2008. It was Shavua Hachana at Ramah Nyack and Paul, a first-generation Israeli, arrived late to bagriyot.
Harry Chiel and Zoe Tabachnick met at Ramah Nyack in 2008 and were married in January 2015.
We first met at Ramah in Nyack in 2005 but started dating at camp the following summer. I was a counselor and David was swim staff.
We met in the kitchen at Ramah Nyack; Gabe was the mashgiah and Nina was a CIT in Kochavim. We don’t think we actually ever spoke to each other, but we remember seeing each other.
Our eyes met across a crowded Bet Am but our first date was a disaster.