Grandchildren of Gene and Gerry Huppin
Thanks to the generosity of Audrey Covner & Dianne Dougherty, AdamDiskin, Jay Holzman and Becky & Lee Holzman, The Huppin Children and Grandchildren, and Anonymous, you can help even more children attend camp.
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Gene and Gerry Huppin have always been big believers in uniting Judaism and Joy as One, and providing positive Jewish experiences for Jewish youth. They first became involved with Camp Solomon Schechter in 1965, when their eldest daughter, Beth, was eight years old and attended her first summer at Camp, back when it was located on Whidbey Island. Spending a summer at Schechter provided an opportunity for their children to receive an immersive Jewish education, 24 hours a day, and to meet other Jewish kids from around the Pacific Northwest — all very important things to Gene and Gerry. Read more.
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The Migdal Or Award honors Rabbi Joshua and Goldie Stampfers’ (z”l) legacy and commitment to Jewish life and camping.
A Migdal Or is a beacon of light. The award is given out to remarkable individuals that keep the spark of the Stampfer’s legacy alive and light the way for others to follow.
Rabbi Joshua and Goldie Stampfer (z”l) are both the inspiration for the award as well as the first recipients in 2020.