The impact that camp has had on Liza is beyond words. She is trying new things without much fear. Her confidence has grown. My quiet, keep-to-herself, beats-to-her-own-drum daughter is now a JV Basketball cheerleader for her high school. I still do not believe my eyes when I watch her cheer.
I cannot help but thank Camp Wise for the transformation that Liza has made. She is ready for her Solel experience and cannot wait to see what the summer will bring.
Only a few months into my son’s first year of preschool, I heard him singing at the table as he ate his snack. It didn’t surprise me, my kid LOVES to sing (thank you, musician husband). It also didn’t surprise me that, at first, I couldn’t quite place (read: understand) what he was singing; he wasn’t even 2 years old at the time. But as I made my way back to the table, what I thought was just gibberish became clearer to me.
This is just about the time of year when we are all missing those warm summer days at camp, but there’s no need to fear! With the cold and snowy weather, it is the perfect opportunity to participate in our Winter Weekend programs at Camp Wise. These programs are for current camp families with campers in grades 5-8, and for any age-eligible children that are interested in coming to Camp Wise for the first time this summer!
We are excited for Summer 2017 Registration to open on Tuesday, September 13th for all campers! Help us celebrate and join the Camp Wise Team in Columbus (Sept. 11) and Cleveland (Sept. 12) for a sweet treat. This is also a great opportunity to meet our Camp Director, Rachel Felber and get a preview of Summer 2017.
Many of our alumni will tell you that they would do anything to spend one more summer at The Home of Happiness. This summer, two camp alum get to do just that, Cori Bloch and Rabbi Shana Nyer are both returning to camp after more than a decade away! Cori and Rabbi Shana are excited to combine their years of professional experience with their CW background and memories to help make 2016 the best summer ever!