Shalom!

created at: 2013-12-30Shabbat is an amazing day at Camp Yavneh, and often is one of the most cherished memories our campers have of camp.  So, as a glimpse of what makes Shabbat at camp so unique, I am turning over the newsletter to the campers.  Here are some quotes from campers, describing why Shabbat is so special here at camp. Enjoy!

It’s day of peace and rest and pray as a community.
Tanner Eisenhard

Shabbat at Yavneh is very meaningful to me because of the spirit and energy at services Friday night.
Alec Waxman

created at: 2013-12-30During my free time I get to hang out with my brothers Ben and Adam.
Rebecca Winograd

There is so much ruach and everyone is into it and it’s great.
Rafi Kubersky

Shabbat is a special holiday for resting and celebrating.
Matthew Linsky

Shabbat at Camp Yavneh is a lot of fun because everybody comes together and sings together in Ben Zvi and we’re all happy and praying.
Maayan Amiran

At Yavneh, Shabbat is a good time to rest and time to spend with friends.
Leah Smith

For me, Shabbat is peaceful and relaxing at camp.
Noah Decter

Shabbat is about hanging out with friends and being myself.
Mason Siegel

For me Shabbos a break from normal routine reading a book or resting or just having fun.
Noah Avigan

I love having fun with friends singing and dancing and connection with the whole camp.
Ilana Silverstone

created at: 2013-12-30Shabbat is about being all together as a camp. The food is amazing, the ruach, it’s the time everyone has the most fun at camp. It is the time I can step back from the craziness of camp and appreciate what the week has to offer. The week is so much fun but it’s nice to be able to relax on Shabbat.
Jesse Turk, counselor

Shabbos is my favorite day of the week, there’s a lot of free time, time to spend with your friends. The whole week is scheduled and Shabbat is not.
Zach Avigan, counselor

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