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Summer 2015

Hey Alumni - Summer is almost here!

Planning your summer schedule and considering a visit to Eisner?  You have plenty of opportunities. Keep reading to find out more

July 11th - 2nd Annual Playdate

Are you an Eisner Alumni with young children under the age of 7?

Do you remember hoping and wishing your kids could have an Eisner experience like yours?

Now is your chance!

Last year was a lot of fun - just ask any of the 20 or so families that attended or watch this video.

Find out more

Shabbat Services

Some of your fondest memories of Camp took place on Friday nights and Saturday mornings. Get ready to create some new ones.

You are welcome to visit Camp on most any Shabbat (with the usual caveat, as long as you do not have a camper at camp)!

Friday nights you are invited to participate in services, Song Session and Israeli Dancing. Plan to arrive by 6:15 p.m. and park in the visitor’s lot across from the lake. If you wish to attend Shabbat morning services, please arrive by 9:30 a.m. A guided tour of camp will be available for you and your friends after Saturday morning services. The Days Inn in Great Barrington has special rates for Eisner folks and a ONE night minimum

You must register in advance

Get involved with the Eisner Alumni Association! Email Amy Dattner-Levy, Alumni Chair, at datcounsl@verizon.net for more information.

Web Development: Assist us in updating our website by writing content or creating video for campers, alumni, and Legacy Society. Opportunities abound for those who have skills in writing, technology, media, and public relations. Stay in touch during the summer on the Summer Central page.

Social Media: Do you spend too much time on Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, and others? Make it constructive as you work on these for Eisner and find friends both old and new who will help us grow the Camp connection. We're doing lots with
Twitter and Facebook.

Parents of Campers Summer Club: While the kids are enjoying the summer at Eisner, help plan a night out for parents to meet other parents of fellow campers - plan a Havdalah in your home with a Songleader or maybe a wine and cheese evening – lots of room for creative ideas and simple event planning.

Ambassador Program: Are you active with your synagogue and would like to connect more members to Eisner? Then become an Ambassador and help make more families aware of our great camp.



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Aaron and Marcy Katersky on the birth of their daughter Eliza Rose
Allison Schulman Stamm and Matt Stamm on the birth of their daughter Josie
Barack Hermann on his new job with the JCC of Baltimore

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