Mazel Tov to Camp Ramah in Wisconsin staff alumna Sigal Samuel on publishing her debut novel, “The Mystics of Mile End”!
Eytan and Rebecca met in 2001 at Ramah Wisconsin and were married in 2002.
When I was growing up, I thought that God lived at Camp Ramah. Ramah was my first experience praying every morning, and later three times a day, and in the quiet moments of the Amidah, I discovered that I could talk to God.
Neil and I met when we were on staff at Camp Ramah in Wisconsin in 2004; I was a Senior Counselor and Neil was a Junior Counselor. Because he was one aidah younger and we were from different hometowns, I “scouted him out” before the summer began. Little did I know, he had heard I […]
After falling in love with Israel and realizing that I identify with the country, I knew I couldn’t just take the typical path and go to college right then. Now was the time for me to serve the country.
We’re schepping nachas for all the Ramah graduates of The Jewish Theological Seminary, class of 2015 (and our west coast friends at Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies)!
Nearly 150 Ramah families and friends turned out on Sunday April 19 for the first Reshet Ramah Family Fun Day.
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.
Joshua and Rebecca were introduced in 2003 by a mutual friend who Joshua knew from Berkshires and who Becky met through Ramah’s annual Weinstein training program.
My association with Ramah began when I was twelve years old in 1948 at Ramah in Maine. Fast forward to Ramah in Wisconsin, 1958.