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Fridays With Felber: Kehilla

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Our campers are part of several communities or families each summer. They start with their inner circle of bunkmates and camp staff, and the circle expands to their village, and to all of camp. Over the course of the summer, unique communities are formed through chugim (elective activities), special programs like Israel Night, and through programs like Solel and Chalutzim buddies where our youngest campers are paired with our oldest campers in a mentoring program.

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Activities

Camp Wise offers an incredibly diverse range of programs that meet the desires of every camper.  From tubing and SUPboarding on our private lake, to learning to play guitar or throwing a pot, to riding a horse or shooting a basketball kids are able to do the activities they know they love, and try things they never pictured themselves doing.

Read more about all of our exciting activities on our Activities page.

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Camp Life

At Camp Wise, we understand that children of diverse age groups are at varying developmental stages and have different needs while at camp. Unlike many camps who then organize their cabins on a girls side and a boys side we intentionally group our cabins in distinct age-group “villages”.

Read more about villages and see a day in the life of a CW camper on our Camp Life page.

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Mission

Camp Wise provides a friendly, supportive, and cooperative atmosphere that fosters individual growth at each camper’s own pace. Campers are encouraged to learn new skills and master old ones, to make decisions, to take responsibility, to be expressive, to live with others, and to have fun. Complemented by our Jewish environment, campers develop a deeper understanding of and appreciation for Jewish heritage and traditions while also developing a true sense of community.  Camp Wise is committed to making sure that every camper leaves with a greater sense of self-esteem and self-confidence; and with memories that will last a lifetime.

Read about our values on the About CW page