Lauren and Graeme both attended Ramah Darom as campers but because they were in different edot, they did not know each other as campers.
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.
We met at a Koach Kallah in Chicago the Winter of 2002. We fell quickly for one another and began a long distance relationship. Working together at Ramah Darom was the perfect way for us to share our new commitment to each other.
Bobby and Alana met at Ramah Darom in the summer of 2008 while working on Tzevet Mayim.
Brandon and Shayna met in 2008 during their time in the LIST College Joint Program.
Eytan and Rebecca met in 2001 at Ramah Wisconsin and were married in 2002.
Molly and Ilan met in the the summer of 2009 as staff members on Ramah Israel Seminar. Molly spent her childhood summers at Ramah California and Ilan spent his summers at Ramah Canada.
Michele and Adam were in Nitzanim together in 1997 but that was long before anyone could have guessed they would be married 18 years later.
Sarah and Ben actually met in 2004, when they were both campers but weren’t really friends until they re-met on Tzevet Nitzanim in 2009.
Shira grew up going to Camp Ramah in California, but Justin’s first summer at camp was as a moomche, or specialist, in the summer of 2005 (a drum/rock band moomche to be exact!) Shira was a Giboreh counselor but they did not really meet that year.
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.