What a fantastic summer it has been!
Some of our highlights include:
- Two fun and thoughtful Yomei Tzedek where kids engaged with social justice. We explored immigration and food justice.
- A vigil for those detained by ice
- A Special Day about inequality in sports
- Aliyah Bet where we explored Moroccan immigration to Israel
- A Bozman, a Bocoup, and two Revos run by our Bogrimot and Madatz
- Many, many onegs on Friday night featuring songs, dances, and skits
- Pe’ulot about equality, community, the environment, gender & sexuality, and more
- Restorative justice circles for the Bonimot and Bogrimot to work through kvutza issues and feelings
- Creative new anafim and chugim such as trailblazing, embroidery, Improvipida, and more
- Day-long hikes at Rocks State Park for each kvutza
- Going tubing on Deer Creek
And so much more! We are so appreciate for the hard-working tzevet that makes running Mosh possible. They put in so many hours before the session and every night to plan all of the amazing programs that the chanichimot get to participate in. Additionally, the mazkirut (leadership team) has done a huge amount to make this summer at Mosh safe, fun, and inclusive for everyone. Props to the whole team!
We look forward to seeing everyone back for summer 2020. If you have any questions about registration, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the meantime, there is year-round programming – the Ken – for those in the D.C. and Baltimore areas. Our kickoff event, the Kupah Picnic, will be on September 8th and you’re all invited! You can expect more information about time/place via email after camp ends. If you have any questions about the ken or anything else, feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com.