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Created: November 01, 2022 | by Camp Galil
Workshop 72 Update!
Hi! It’s Hannah and Amina from Kvutzah 72! We’re in Israel on Workshop and we wanted to share a little bit  about what we’ve been doing. If you don’t know, Workshop is the longest running North American gap year program in Israel. Fall 2022 marks Habonim Dror’s 72nd consecutive year of running the program! This 8-month […]
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Created: August 14, 2022 | by Camp Galil
Final Messibanana Warfare
Hey Galil families, today was our last full day of the summer. Despite the sadness we are all feeling, we had a beautiful day. We started in the typical Saturday fashion, sleeping in and eating a breakfast of donuts and cereal before Bogrimot chuggim which everyone thoroughly enjoyed. Then, we had chuggim ritzanim (serious interest groups) which included a discussion […]
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Created: August 13, 2022 | by Camp Galil
Smells Like Shabbas Up in Here!
Hey Galil families, we are sad to report, but today was our final Friday at machaneh (camp) before sendiing the chanichimot (campers) home. The energy in the air was certainly a bit reflective today, as everyone cherished their time while also getting ready to say goodbye to many of their friends and the place they […]
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Created: August 12, 2022 | by Camp Galil
Yom Yisrael
Hey Galil families. As last night was Aliyah Bet, which was run by our wonderful rising high schoolers, the bonimot (builders), and we all arrived safely in Israel, we also woke up in Israel this morning! To start the day, all of the madrichimot (counselors) and madatz (CITs) were dressed as chalutzimot (pioneers [specifically people […]
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Created: August 10, 2022 | by Camp Galil
Yom Habo
Hey Galil families, we began this morning like any other day with hitkansut boker (morning flag raising) at the toren (flagpole) and a short ivrit shimushit (practical Hebrew) skit that the lovely madatz (CITs) took part in before going to get some breakfast of eggs and yogurt with granola. We then transitioned into avoda (work), […]
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