Archive: December 2017

Lit chanukah menorah

The Value of Celebrating Chanukah: Giving Hope to Our Children and Ourselves

Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, begins Tuesday night.  It is a holiday that celebrates the idea of rededication, standing up for what one believes in, and having pride in our Jewish heritage. Celebrating Chanukah is a special gift for families and especially children. By observing the holiday, we are able to explore deep questions Continue Reading »

Running through red tape

Thanks for Coming to Our Open House

We had a great time playing, eating, and getting excited about camp!

Thank you blocks in hands

Season of Gratitude

In Judaism, gratitude is a very important value.Hodayah is the Hebrew word for gratitude. In our faith tradition, the focus is on being mindful and appreciative of life and the world around us. Our children have an innate gift of being awed by simple beauties in nature, like the stars in the sky or leaves on Continue Reading »

Happy children together in park

Open House – December 3rd

Join us for Camp Pinebrook’s Open House on Sunday, December 3rd, noon-1:30pm. We will be serving a Mac n’ Cheese lunch, have camp activities, site tours, and time for questions. Please email Jesse Gallop, camp director, jesse@CampPinebrook.com to register.