At the Kabbalat Shabbat after camp was cancelled, I spoke about the importance of our community. I said “We work together, we play together, and sometimes we grieve together.” These
Dear Jacobs Community, Wow! I can’t believe that I am writing my last Shabbat letter for 2016! It feels like yesterday that we opened the gates and welcomed our
Dear Families, It’s hard to believe another week has gone by! Week 3 was jam packed and full of lots of excitement and Jacobs Magic. We continue to see our
Maggie Mullenix and Mary Beth Muslow, two Chalutzim campers, write about why camp friendships are so strong.
Jacobs Camp creates everlasting memories. Though camp takes place in only four short weeks, the effects of camp on our community are ever-present. The inside jokes and the stories (embarrassing,
There are a number of things I could spend my summer doing. I could take summer classes, get an internship, travel, or even bum around and do nothing at all. Despite
Shabbat Shalom, Our first full week of camp was incredible! Camp is already moving too quickly. Right after Shabbat last week, we dove right in to camp activities. By getting