OSRUI Reunion for 2017 Campers!

Saturday, January 13, 2018
4:00 -6:15 p.m.
Temple Jeremiah, 937 Happ Rd., Northfield, IL

Arrival:  The Reunion starts at 4:00 p.m.  You can drop off your campers at the main entrance to the temple (on Happ Rd.) or park in the north lot and walk them in.

Departure:  Please pick up your campers no later than 6:15 p.m.  Campers will not be allowed to walk unaccompanied to the parking lot; if you choose to park, you must come in to get your child/children.

Don't Forget:  Camper's should bring a children's book to donate (suitable for a child in grades 1-6).

We can't wait to see everyone!

Walk-in Registration:  If you didn't register or pay in advance, your child can still join us.  They should bring $15 and pay at the door.

See all your camp friends, find out what session everyone is doing next summer, and have a great time!  There will be pizza, shmoozing with friends, singing, Havdalah, and a chance to meet the 2018 Unit Heads!  Oh, and did we say SINGING? ...




Dan Nichols in Concert at the Reunion!

Dan is one of the most dynamic and beloved Jewish musicians in North America. He's a product of Jewish summer camp and can't wait to rock the Reunion!

The cost is $15 per camper.  Be sure to bring a children's book* to be donated (see below).

Chicago Area HS teens:  Are you attending NFTY-CAR Winter Kallah?  The reunion is part of your Saturday afternoon programming.  You DO NOT need to register separately.  There is still room for you to register for Winter Kallah if you want an entire weekend with your camp friends!

Please note:  We expect a big crowd for this Reunion.  Space is limited, so do not wait to register.  Registration is limited to OSRUI 2017 campers and NFTY-CAR Winter Kallah participants.

*OSRUI is again collecting children's books (suitable for children in grades 1-6) for Camp CAR, a year-long partnership between NFTY Chicago, the regional Reform Jewish youth group, and Cooke Magnet Elementary School in Waukegan, IL. NFTY teens volunteer in Waukegan throughout the year, and then welcome elementary school campers to a weekend planned and led by NFTYites at OSRUI. Last year OSRUI campers and the Women of Reform Judaism donated over 100 books for the campers to read at Camp CAR and take home with them. These children don't always have access to books outside of school, and were SO thankful for the special take-home gift of two books last summer.