Happy 2012! We are so excited to be only 173 days away from the beginning of camp -- and to have so many amazing events to offer our campers, parents, alumni, and friends this month. From rikud (dancing) to tikkun olam (healing the world) projects, it almost feels like we're back at camp already!
Alumni-Led Israeli Folk-Dancing Session
All members of the Galil community are welcome to this traditional Israeli dancing session led by Galil alumni Ben Profeta and Michal Waldfogel on Sunday, January 8th. Perfect for dancers of all skill levels and those who want to learn! Come support Galil's alumni and catch up with your old friends from camp.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
Make your day off, a day on! Eizor Galil will be volunteering at the Mill Creek Recreation Center on Sunday, January 15th. For more information, please contact our Eizor leaders.
Madatz Applications Due
Calling all future counselors-in-training! Don't forget to send your Madatz applications to us at PO Box 1245, Newtown, PA 18940 by Sunday, January 15th. Applications are available online here. If you have any questions, please contact Ilana at email@example.com or (609) 558-1395.
Beth Sholom Congregation Camp Fair
Interested in Camp Galil for your family? Know someone in the Elkins Park area who you think would love camp as much as your family does? Tell them to come meet us at Beth Sholom on Sunday, January 22nd. You can also refer friends to Galil here.
Eizor Ice Skating
Join Eizor Galil at the Skatium in Havertown on Saturday, January 28th for an afternoon of ice skating with your friends from camp!
Galil Goes to the Movies: Inventing Our Lives at the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival
Alumni and families, please join us on Monday, January 30th at the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival's Documentaries & Dialogue Series for "Inventing Our Lives: The Kibbutz Experiment." The movie begins at 7pm, but friends of Galil are invited to a special reception beginning at 6pm with drinks, snacks, and shmoozing with other members of the Galil community. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $9 for students and seniors, and are available online now.