Camp Kimama

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Drum Session, originally uploaded by swimfast.

This weekend I my first job as a rabbinical student. I went up north to a camp at kibbutz Amir called Camp Kimama. This is an Israeli camp for kids from all over the world inspired by the founder’s experience at Jewish American summer camp. I had an amazing time as I prepared and led Kabbalat Shabbat services, sang songs by a campfire, hiked, rafted in the Jordan river, make chocolate truffles, and experienced a wonderful bat-mitzvah ceremony over looking the Golan Heights (pictured above).

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