When we came to pick her up from Camp, we saw a more confident child. She was dancing and singing and comfortable doing it! Her face radiated joy. She walked around Ramah Darom like she had been there all her life. She wasn’t shy or reserved around anyone. It was like she felt free to be herself.
Now she can’t stop talking about the process of becoming a Ramah counselor. “Garanim to Gesher, Seminar in Israel and then a counselor. After four years of being a counselor, you can be a Rosh.”
Being a counselor one day is now one of her goals.
It blows my mind what only two weeks at Ramah Darom has meant to her and done for her. My heart feels happy when I think of all the years she has to look forward to as a camper (and a counselor!)
Thank you again from the bottom of my heart. To everyone on staff and especially to her phenomenal counselors.
-Anonymous Happy Camper Parent
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