Joel was Rosh T’filah at camp when Barbara was a camper, and then a Jr. Counselor. We married when Joel was at the Seminary as a student in 1965.
I roomed on the first Israel Seminar with Ellen Panush Zelenko through whom I met her brother, Richard, a many year veteran of Wisconsin Ramah.
Edward Bromberg and Marian Wolarsky Bromberg met at Camp Ramah in Connecticut in 1960 and were married in 1965. Their daughter, Deborah is also a Ramah marriage and you can see her story here.
We met at Poconos in 1960 and were “friends.” We both lived in Brooklyn and started dating in the fall of 1960.
Fredi: I drove to Ramah that summer with my rabbi’s family (from Phoenix), Moshe and Margie Tutnauer and their boys. The summer before was my first summer ever at Ramah, when at age 16, I was in Machon.
We met at Camp Ramah in the Poconos the summer of 1963. I told my bunk that Asher Freedman surely was an example of what Ramah was about.
We met during Steve’s first summer at Ramah – Andrea had been a camper for years. We were married in June of 1965; and, after a two-day honeymoon on the Cape, spent the summer at the new Ramah in New England.
Nason Goldstein and Carole Orenstein Goldstein met in 1962 at Camp Ramah in the Poconos and were married in 1965.
Helene and I were students at JTS and had met briefly there, but it was at Ramah in the Poconos, where we were both staff members in 1963, that we got to know each other better and our romance began.