This past November, Camp Director, Josh Zwelling, and Assistant Director, Shira Kroll attended the Annual Conference of JCamp180, formerly the Grinspoon Institute for Jewish Philanthropy. The conference included representatives from over 100 Jewish overnight and day camps throughout the United States and Canada. The two day conference was filled with sessions and workshops on camping and the power of teamwork. Representatives from all the camps were also given time to network amongst themselves and share ideas.
One of the highlights of the conference came Sunday evening when Camp Moshava Wild Rose was one of only seven Jewish overnight camps recognized for the success and achievements over the past year in reaching the “Legacy” program goals. A special thanks to Rivkie Lafer for all of her hard work as the coordinator of our Legacy program. For more information on the Legacy program and how you can help ensure the sustainability of Camp Moshava Wild Rose for future generations please contact the Moshava office 847-674-9733.