Our Ramah marriage story is less a story of us meeting, but more a story of how Ramah has been a part of our relationship. During our entire dating career, each of us spent our summers at our respective Ramah camps (Gavriella at California and Noam at Berkshires). The capstone of this summer dating separation […]
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.
“There was always something so inspiring to me about the way in which Judaism seemed to effortlessly flow through every facet of camp life. From the minute you arrive to a swarm of welcoming faces at 385 Fairview to the moment you hear the sounds of Kolot Ramah on departure day, starting every morning at […]
How does a bagel brunch with games in the park with Ramah alumni and friends sound? What could be better?! Please join Ramahniks in Roxbury Park for a wonderful afternoon! For additional information, please contact Michal Kogen Kress.
At Ramah California, I enjoyed gaga, softball, campouts, Rocky Mountain toast, and wearing white for Shabbat. I even led services.
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.
“According to Rabbi Cohen, “One of the earliest goals of Reshet Ramah was to create networks of Ramah leaders for professional growth. Through Kerem, we have, over the last three years, provided an opportunity for 20-something Ramah leaders to form deeper connections ,which has led to professional networking, professional growth, and personal religious development. This […]
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.
Camp Ramah changed my life. I remember no place feeling more at home as a Jew than surrounded by that environment.