CSS Teaching Values for Life

Posted by chill on February 21, 2017

Camp Solomon Schechter is a beautiful, happy place. It is a place our children go to learn, to grow, to try new things, to become independent, and to meet other Jewish children and live a Jewish life. We foster and encourage habits such as tikkun olam (repairing the world), derech eretz (living ethically and responsibly), welcoming the stranger and treating others as you’d like to be treated. As campers come back year after year, they develop deep, lifelong connections to their friends, to Judaism, and to the special place that is camp. They also develop leadership and team-building skills that will serve them well as they grow.  This place, these characteristics, are so important to our community and our world. We need you to continue to help us with our mission.  www.from60to120.org