Kerem Aug. 8th Updates!

We pick up where we left off–Erev Tisha B’Av (the eve of Tisha B’Av, the traditional date of the destruction of the Jewish temple and beginning of the Exile 2,000…

Kerem July 31st Updates!

I’m back and I’m covered in cheese!! Just imagine me being slowly covered by layers of thick cheese. Some of them are slices, some is cheez-whiz, and also just imagine…

First Week of Kerem

Welcome parents!  This is the blog, a place that has been literally sanctioned for us to write whatever we want and pass it off as authoritative news from Camp Yavneh. …

Kerem Wraps Up First Session

As the day on Thursday descended upon us, we were ready.  It was time for Zimriyah (our annual singing competition where each aydah (age group) prepares and performs 3 songs for the…

Kerem – July 20th Updates!

*For the following paragraph please imagine me in one of those frilly medieval costumes speaking in Olde English* O faythful readers! This lowly servant, but a humble Jew, is surely…

Kerem – July 17th Updates!

Our brave champions were last spotted on Wednesday night sleeping after an evening at UNH’s luxury pool.  Well, they continued to sleep, parents.  And while they slept they did something radical: they…

Kerem – Rafting Video and Other Fun Updates!

First of all, SEE A VIDEO OF OUR CAMPERS WHITE WATER RAFTING AT THIS LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-qwU7vISjk and yes I said our.  Now, the blog. “That light we see is burning in my…

Kerem Wraps Up Week One

I just spent twelve decades in a cave with no light eating nothing but canned sardines! I was imprisoned there by my evil twin. Bathing was a challenge as there…

Kerem Campers Have Arrived at Yavneh!

Hello, parents! Anyone here seen Harry Potter?  To be honest I kinda fell off with them after they started to get gritty and edgy and PG-13.  I was Harry Potter’s…

Kerem Welcomes Campers in Kayitz ’17

Welcome, parents! Talia Schwartz and Jeremy Tibbetts, your kiddos’ co-Roshei Kerem (unit heads for Kerem, the aydah [age group] your campers are in and the CIT program – but you…