We met on the last couple of nights in August 1956 when I came up for just 10 days as a substitute madrich.
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Jack spent the summer of 1965 with my junior counselor who would come back to the bunk and talk about him.
We came from different camps (Jonathan from Poconos and Roni from Canada) and met on Ramah Seminar in 2012. Yonatan was a yoetz and Roni was a Rosh Kvutza.
Lonni Romirowsky attended Camp Ramah in the Poconos for almost 15 years. Before being able to stay in a tzrif, she was a “staff brat” in the gan, attended Camp Ramah as a camper for six years, served on staff for two years, and was a counselor for Ramah Poland-Israel Seminar.
Ben Landsburg and Arielle Davis Landsburg met at Camp Ramah in the Poconos in 2009 and were married in 2013.
Andy and I met for the first time at a USY convention through a friend, and even though I thought he was funny and cool, we remained just friends for a number of years.
Dani and Nomi met in the summer of 2009 at ulpan during staff week at Camp Ramah in the Poconos. Nomi liked the way that Dani spoke Hebrew and Dani thought Nomi was cute.
All that 12-year-old Lauren wanted in early summer 1999 was to go home to Dresher.
We met sitting across from each other in the hadar ochel in the Poconos. Barry was a machon counselor and Cooki was a Madornik.
We had each been campers and staff at different Ramah camps for years, as had our siblings. We had each been in Washington, DC in 1983, going to the same shul, at different times of the year, and not met.