Since the start of 2015, Reshet Ramah, along with our camp alumni associations and the Ramah College Network, have collectively facilitated many programs across North America.
On Wednesday, March 4, 120 Ramah alumni and friends joined together in New York City for the Purim Shpiel Stand-Up + Megillah Reading at the Broadway Comedy Club in New York City.
A new Ramah minyan met for the first time on Friday, February 27, at Park Avenue Synagogue in New York City. Over 150 Ramah alumni from every Ramah camp in North America participated in a beautiful Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv service.
Whether you were building a snowman, making cookies, or hitting the slopes, we were psyched to see how many Ramah alumni particiapted in #RamahSnowDay!
Latkes and Libations 2014 was a massive hit! With over 260 alumni from Reshet Ramah, The Jewish Theological Seminary, USY, and the Schechter Day School Network, it was our biggest event EVER!
Ramahnukkah is the festival of lights. Instead of one day of presents, you get 8 crazy nights (of Ramah events!)
From November 13-15, 16 young adults, all working for Ramah camps or the National Ramah Commission (in a leadership group called Kerem), joined together for our fall retreat in NYC. This season’s retreat was particularly inspiring, as Kerem partnered with five guests from Marom Olami, the Masorti Movement’s world-wide network of young professionals.
Always a fall highlight, “Wear Your Ramah T-Shirt Day” took place on Thursday, November 13. Started by Ramah Poconos alumnus Ari Magen when he was just a camper has now grown into an international event with thousands of participants demonstrating their Ramah pride.
On Friday, November 7, Ramahniks around the world gathered to welcome in Shabbat by hosting or attending dinners for “Shabbat Across Ramah”.
From Warsaw to Lublin and Krakow, the Reshet Ramah Poland Journey has been a powerful week with an intensified commitment to educating the next generation.