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Created: November 07, 2023 | by Camp Galil
March for Israel - November 14, 2023
Camp Galil will join with the American Zionist Youth Council (Bnei Akiva, NCSY, USY, NFTY, Young Judaea, Habonim Dror, Hashomer Hatzair, Students Supporting Israel, Maccabi, Club Z, Tzofim), Root One, Prizmah, the Foundation for Jewish Camp, and Hillel at the March for Israel in Washington DC on Tuesday, November 14th.  We march to show our support for […]
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Created: October 09, 2023 | by Camp Galil
Israel Rallies and Vigils
10/9/23 – 4:00PM – West Hartford: Town Hall 10/9/23 – 6:00PM – Wynnewood: Saligman Campus 10/10/23 – 10:30AM – Online: National Council of Jewish Women 10/10/23 – 5:00PM – New York City: Dag-Hammarsjkold Plaza (2nd Ave and 47th Street) 10/10/23 – 7:00PM – Allentown: JCC of the Lehigh Valley 10/10/23 – 7:30PM – Cherry Hill: […]
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Created: August 07, 2023 | by Camp Galil
Caravan and more!
Hello Galil friends! What a fun-filled day we had here at machaneh! We started the day right with bagels and eggs for breakfast, and went straight into avodah. Then, we had nikayon, which was followed by a special performance by the Israeli Scouts! The Israel Scouts Friendship Caravan is made up of members of the […]
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Created: August 05, 2023 | by Camp Galil
A Galil Friday
Hi Galil friends and family! Today was a beautiful Friday at Galil filled with rest, relaxation, and of course, fun! This week’s muffins included chocolate chip, sprinkles, and oreo, the classics of machaneh. After cleaning up during avodah and nikayon, the Nitzanimot went to ropes while the rest of camp had madatz pish. The Sucarimot […]
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Created: July 28, 2023 | by Camp Galil
Thursday at Galil
Hello Galil Family and Friends! It was an especially hot day today at Camp Galil so all the kids had their water bottles practically glued to their bodies. We made sure each chanachol stayed hydrated during this hot day. We started the morning with ivrit shimushit like usual and learned the word nalaim which means […]
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