The chanichim (campers) have been tubing, horseback riding, and climbing the high ropes. We’ve also been learning lots of cheers and singing silly songs.
Camp is coming to a close this Sunday, with all of our campers saying their tearful goodbyes (and lots of the staff as well) and looking forward to next year.
As many of us know, Jewish camp can change our lives for the better. It gives our youth an opportunity to experience life outdoors with wonderful friends, role models and
One staff member, who is thinking about going to Hebrew Union College to become a Hebrew professional, this summer asked if I could stay on at OSRUI as faculty until
O S R U I – is still in full swing and doing quite well!
Check out this great video of highlights from our Maccabiah games last week!
It was an amazing week at OSRUI, with Oconomostock, Maccabiah, and special activities in all our eidahs
by Rabbi Scott Segal, Moshavah Segel (Faculty) Yesterday was Maccabiah (color war) on camp, when the chanachim (campers) break into four color teams (red, green, yellow and blue) and engage
Time has been flying because…WE’RE HAVING FUN!!
But most of all, I learned that my job at camp was to be accessible when a kid wanted to talk to a rabbi about God, about illness, about being