This summer will mark the beginning of an exciting new era for Camp Moshava Wild Rose as we transition leadership and bring to our camp new programming, new opportunities, and new ideas.
While much of the plans are still in formation, we are fortunate to be working with talented camping consultants to enhance your child’s experiences at camp, to upgrade the facilities and expand the programming. Camp Moshava Wild Rose is the place where our children can thrive and receive a strong & safe Religious Zionist summer experience.
We are proud to announce that Nava (Well) Hyman will be returning to camp in an expanded capacity, overseeing the educational program and the staff. Nava has spent many years in Moshava Wild Rose and we are very excited to have her back. In addition, Yitzi Matanky, the current executive director of Bnei Akiva Chicago and former Rosh Moshava will be lending his talents to help with the administration of the camp and recruitment. Working together as part of our senior management team, both of them will bring their many years of experience at Moshava to making this summer a great success.
At the same time, we have begun the search for a new camp director and have received many exciting inquiries. Within a few weeks, we hope to have an interim director in place, who will be working with Nava, Yitzi, and our most-creative Rosh Moshava, Daniel Gottesman. We are thrilled to welcome this All-Star leadership team.
If you haven’t enrolled your child in camp – now is the time! And if you have – this summer will be a summer to remember – a summer filled with fun, with learning, with friendship, and with memories!
We look forward to hearing from you and look forward to seeing your children this summer.
12:00 Visitors’ Day begins – Please join us in the gym.
Josh Zwelling – Camp Director – Welcome
12:30 – 2:30 Aruchat Tzaharayim (lunch) – Sit back and relax and enjoy some time with your kids. There is seating available outside and inside of the Chadar Ochel (dining hall).
1:00 – 4:30 Open Shekem (checks or cash only)
2:00- 4:00 Zipline and Melechet Yad open
2:00 – 2:30 Madrichim available to meet parents at tzrifim (bunks)
2:45 – 3:30 Boys Schiya (swim)
3:35– 4:25 Girls Schiya (swim)
4:30 Mincha in the indoor Beit Knesset
4:50 Drop off at the Mifkad site
Thanks for joining us!
5:00 Have a Safe Trip Home
Visitors’ Day Notes
· Campers may not leave camp grounds at any time, even with parents.
· Private vehicles must be left in the designated parking area. Parents who bring packages for their children should leave them on the stage in the Beit Knesset. They will be delivered to your children.
· If you need to leave before 5:00, you can drop off your campers at the Bayit where supervision will be provided.
· In accordance with the American Camping Association (ACA) tipping of counselors and staff is not allowed.
This summer as in previous summers, we have a number of campers and staff members with serious allergies to peanuts and tree nuts. Our kitchen, Chader Ochel (dining room), and canteen are all nut sensitive. This summer we will be enforcing the same sensitivity in the bunks. We ask that all parents please check all items carefully before sending any care packages to camp. Please do not send anything that contains nuts, peanuts, peanut oils or things that have been manufactured in a nut facility. We are also requesting that you do not send any home-baked goods in your packages. Staff will be monitoring the food that comes into the bunk in packages. Any items that we feel may contain allergens and present danger to other children will be confiscated and donated to a local food bank. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter and look forward to a wonderful summer. Please feel free to share this letter with grandparents, relatives or friends that might be sending your child care packages this summer.