Since the last blog post was written Israel day has come and go, the Odedim went on tubing and canoeing trips, Bet campers pitched their ideas for brand new evening programs (G6 and B11’s ideas are being run tonight!
Someone at camp once told me that it felt like they had done a week’s worth of stuff since they had woken up that morning, and at the same time it felt like the entire week had flown by in the blink of an eye. That perfectly sums up our first
Wow, it has really been a wild first couple of days at camp! The beginniing of a session is always filled with big events, excitement and lots of Schechter tradition. Our campers have moved into their cabins, bonded with their counselors
Many Schechter campers start a countdown to return to camp on the day return home. So it’s no surprise that our campers show up screaming and bouncing in their seats as the buses pull up to the Big Leaf Maple.
For some of us, the World Cup is an exhilarating summer-time event we only get to experience once every four years through a television screen or – if you’re really dedicated – in the stadiums. For campers
Hi, my name is Michelle and I am the 2015 Guidance Supervisor at Camp Solomon Schechter. I grew up in Spokane Washington attending Temple Beth Shalom, participating in USY, and spending my summers at CSS!
Anyone who has spent a summer at Camp Solomon Schechter knows what a special experience it can be. Running and swimming outdoors, playing with friends you haven’t seen in a year, living in a 24hr parent-free, fully
I’m really excited to be back at Schechter for my 3rd summer as the Waterfront Supervisor! Camp has always been my home away from home and the waterfront has always been my absolute favorite part of camp
My name is Julia Appelbaum and I’m so excited to be Rosh Omanut (Arts Supervisor) at camp this summer! I just finished my first year at University of Washington where I plan to major in the health sciences.