Over the past few summers, Moshava has seen an influx of chanichim from the greater Seattle area. There will be an open house meeting for potential chanichim and tzevet in Seattle this Wednesday night (2/29) at the home of Lori and Joseph Landes in Seward Park. Check out our bulletin board below for the flyer.
Have you always wondered what a migrash is? Have you always been curious to find out what’s actually buried in the “graveyard”? Well now there is an easy way to find out the meaning of these and hundreds of other Moshava words!
Camp Moshava’s web team is pleased to announce our newest feature — The Camp Moshava of Wild Rose, WI glossary! This glossary contains all of the important words found in the Moshava vernacular and many words have pictures or videos to go along with them. Spend some time reading through our new glossary and watching all of the videos and start incorporating Moshava words into your everyday life. Check out the glossary now at https://moshavawildrose.org/glossary
We are pleased to announce that Esti Loboda will be our Rosh Avodah second month. In the past few summers Esti has been one of our most popular members of tzevet, she has been a madricha for downstairs chanichot and a madricha for Avodah twice. Esti is in her second year of studies at the Syms School of Business at Stern College for Women. Esti is also especially excited for summer 2012 because it will be her tenth straight in Moshava.
After an EXTREMELY successful shabbaton in Chicago this past weekend, we are proud to announce that the Taste of Moshava experience is coming to LA. There will be an oneg Shabbat next week at the Gloubermans (9024 Cresta Dr, Los Angeles, CA, 90035) Please click on the “sticky note” on our events bulletin board below for the official flyer.