Arlington, MA

March 8, 2015

Give your child a glorious summer with benefits that last a lifetime: fun memories, personal confidence, lifelong friendships, and Jewish joy and values. Camp Tel Noar, a Cohen Camp, invites you to join us for CTN’s 70th season and find out why parents say “We love the way our children come home with a love of Shabbat and a sense of community. My daughter especially loves the community feeling and chugs (bunks). And she learned to waterski and sail this summer!” and “I love that his first summer was filled with such positive experiences. His counselors were OUTSTANDING- they totally “knew” my kid, encouraged him, and never for a second did I doubt he was in good hands.”

To learn s’more, please come to our Tel Noar Talk at a family home in Arlington, MA. And bring friends! All prospective families (parents and children) will get to meet our staff and current, local campers and learn about our spirited Jewish community. Discover what makes CTN such a special place for boys and girls entering grades 2-10 to to celebrate, shine, and grow into confident, committed young adults.

Good to know: Tel Noar offers two-week sessions for first-time campers. Our facility is completely nut-free and Kosher. First-time campers can get up to $1500 towards tuition. Tel Noar is just 1 hour from Boston. We are one of the three Cohen Camps, with three generations of family leadership, welcoming families of all Jewish backgrounds and affiliations.

For more details or to RSVP (and receive address information) please call or email Assistant Director Becca Goldman at (781) 489-2070 or

Event Location: A family home (address provided upon RSVP)
Arlington, Massachusetts, 02476

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Sunday, March 8, 2015, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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