Events and Open Houses you won’t want to miss!
May 7, 2017
Atlanta, GA- Camp Judaea Ice Cream Party!
TWO chances to stop by and have a treat with the CJ staff and community.
2:00pm-3:30pm at Revolution Gelato
477 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
Dairy Free, Gluten Free Gelato Shop in Global Grub Collective in East Atlanta Village–owned by a CJ Alum!
4:00pm-5:30pm at Baskin Robbins
230 Hammond Dr NE #332, Atlanta, GA 30328 in the CityWalk Shopping Plaza.
Additional parking available in main lot in front of Kroger. Kosher flavors available!
May 18, 2017
Delray Beach, FL- Art Gallery Event benefitting the Camp Judaea Visual Arts Center at Blue Gallery. 6:00pm-7:30pm. $36 per person. RSVP info and more details in flyer below.
August 4-6, 2017
Hendersonville, NC- Alumni Camp! Young Alumni (ages 22-35) are invited to spend Shabbat at CJ.
Leah Zigmond: email@example.com
David Berlin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elana Pollack: email@example.com
Amos Pomp, from Chapel Hill, NC, will return to Camp Judaea this summer as the Chalutzim Merakez. Having joined the CJ family in 2007, this will be his ninth summer spent at camp and his fourth summer as a staff member.
This will be Amos’s third time on the Chalutzim Outward Bound trip, as he participated as a camper in 2012 and as a madrich in 2016. He also completed an 85-day Outward Bound course in Costa Rica in the fall of 2015. Upon the completion of this summer’s Outward Bound trip, Amos will have 115 days of Outward Bound, including 128 solo hours, under his belt. We think he’s pretty qualified for this position.
Amos is a student at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. He enjoys sunny and slightly breezy days, but is looking forward to powering through a few thunderstorms this summer at camp.
Joe Silber was born in Puerto Rico and moved to Aventura, FL when he was 12. This summer he will be the Bogrim Merakez!
He studies Hospitality and Restaurant Management at FIU with hopes of a future as a successful restaurateur.
Joe began his Camp Judaea journey in 2009 as a Kesher camper and returned again in 2010 for Bogrim. His favorite memory is from the Bogrim trip to Washington, D.C. This will be Joe’s third summer as a CJ staff member.
Joe is an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan. “My dad and his brothers have been Steelers fans since the ’70s ever since they attended a football camp in Pittsburgh and were coached by the Steelers players,” Joe explains. “It’s a family tradition.”