Interested in Camp Galil for 2nd session or Summer 2013? Come visit our campsite! There is no better time to see camp than when it is full of happy campers, sunshine, and lots of energy!
Camp Galil will be offer Summer Open Houses on the following dates:
Sunday, July 1st
Sunday July 29th.
We will meet at camp at 11am for a tour followed by a Q&A session. Please RSVP to Ilana Goldfus, Assistant Director at email@example.com or (609) 558-1395. If you can't join us on either of the above dates, but you would still like to visit Galil over the summer please contact Ilana to set up another time for a tour.
Camp Galil is a Jewish overnight summer camp that has been providing Philadelphia youth with "the spirit of kibbutz...close to home" since 1946! Galil has a unique emphasis on community and leadership development. In addition, campers participate in a variety of unique activities including swimming, high and low ropes course, arts & crafts, sports, organic gardening, animal care, music, out-of-camp trips, hiking trips, informal Hebrew lanaguage lessons, Israel education, and more!
Our goal is to provide unforgettable summers to wonderful campers and teach them to love Israel, love their friends, and love themselves.
To learn more about Camp Galil, please visit www.CampGalil.org or contact Ilana Goldfus, Assistant Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 558-1395
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