July 11, 20170

VISITORS’ DAY SCHEDULE – 2017

11:45                                  Gates Open

12:00                                  Visitors’ Day begins – Please join us in the gym.

                                           Mifkad

          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.


June 6, 20170

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.

Camp Moshava Wild Rose

 


May 29, 20170

 

Dates To Remember:

June 21, 2017:  Tzevet/Sayeret Torah V’Avodah/ MIT Leave for Camp

June 22, 2017:  Luggage Bus leaves from Skokie Valley 

June 26, 2017:  Chanichim Arrive

July 16, 2017:   Visitors’ Day

July 23, 2017:   4 week campers leave

August 7, 2017: 6 week campers/Avodah/MIT leave

August 9, 2017: Tzevet Goes home

 


April 7, 20170

When: Wednesday, June 14 – Thursday, June 15th

Who: Men ages 30 & older

Minimum donation of $250 per person

Sponsorships:

Waffle Court Waffles          $360

Bigtime Fireworks               $500

“Pool” Homerun Derby          $1,000

Customized Golf Carts        $1,800

Thick Steak “Rami” BBQ        $5,000

Annual Naming opportunity    $7,500

To register today please click here. 

RSVP by May 15th


December 9, 20160

Dear Friends,

You’ve helped us achieve great things together. Because of your friendship and support, we have been able to provide wonderful programming and scholarship assistance to our campers for the past 77 years.

This Sunday, please help us expand our reach and ensure wonderful programming to families in need.

On December 11th-12th we will be partnering with Charidy, an online crowdfunding platform, to raise $145,000. For just ONE day, your gift will be quadrupled by Joan and Shael Bellows, Gale and Eric Rothner, and Friends of Camp Moshava including Ora and Maury Aaron, Allison and Yoni Bellows, Orah and Lev Katz, Aviva and Ami Robinson, Ronni and Elliott Robinson, Natalie Schleifer, Shlomit and Arnon Storfer and Rivka and Daniel Weiss.But, here’s the catch, it’s all or nothing. If we do not reach our campaign goal within the allotted time, all donations will be returned.

Help us continue to provide a meaningful camp experience for our chanichim (campers) by inspiring future leaders to a deep commitment to Torah, Avodah and Israel.