For Talia Spitzer and Zach Sharfman, all roads lead back to Camp Ramah in California. The couple married there on June 10, 2018, a decade after they began dating in the summer of 2008 as counselors.
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.
Micha and Sarah Gordis | California Micha recently finished a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and works as a software engineer at PayPal in Tel Aviv. Sarah has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Linguistics from Emory University. She currently works as a program manager at the African Refugee Development Center, a non-profit organization in […]
Over a decade ago when Tamar and Adam attended Camp Ramah in their respective home states, neither could have imagined the gift camp would bring.
We each had been campers at different Ramah camps for years– I was a camper at Ramah California and Adam was a camper at Ramah Canada.
PJ and Avi first met on Ramah Seminar in the summer of 2003. Avi had been a lifelong camper at Ramah California while PJ had grown up at Ramah Berkshires.
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.
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.
Shahar and Jake met during staff week in the summer of 2011. It was the first summer at Ramah California for both of them.
We didn’t meet at Ramah California, but during our junior year abroad in 1967 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. We were engaged the summer of 1971 and after our June wedding 1972, we came to Ramah California and it was as if it were Sheva Brachos for us!
Joey and Amy became friends as campers in Machon. Two years later, as counselors, they started dating and shared their first kiss on the bench at the top of the hill.