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Monsey camp fun/ elyon / merokdim / chevra info?



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amother
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Post Mon, Feb 26 2024, 6:54 am
Hi,
Can someone give me any info on any of these camps what type of crowd its geared towards and any other information that may be good to know ?
Thanks !
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amother
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Post Mon, Feb 26 2024, 8:15 pm
amother OP wrote:
Hi,
Can someone give me any info on any of these camps what type of crowd its geared towards and any other information that may be good to know ?
Thanks !


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amother
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Post Tue, Feb 27 2024, 7:25 am
Elyon is geared to more yeshivish crowd - great camp we love Rabbi Issacs!
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amother
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Post Sat, Mar 02 2024, 6:47 pm
amother Seafoam wrote:
Elyon is geared to more yeshivish crowd - great camp we love Rabbi Issacs!


Thanks anyone know about the other camps. ?
Thank you 😊
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amother
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Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 4:46 pm
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Anyone ?
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amother
Grape


 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 4:49 pm
I know Elyon, very into sports so good for kids that like that.
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amother
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Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 5:04 pm
Chevra is for kids that are serious about sports. My boys went there one year and barely played, since they weren't the best.

Merakdim is more to the left.

Elton - more yeshivish. My boys went there and loved it. Everyone that wants to can play all sports. They also had options for non sports playing kids. During leagues one of my ds used to hike.
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amother
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Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 5:08 pm
I went to Merakdim and enjoyed. Only thing is I'm now in my 30s...
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amother
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Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 7:18 pm
amother Narcissus wrote:
Chevra is for kids that are serious about sports. My boys went there one year and barely played, since they weren't the best.

Merakdim is more to the left.

Elton - more yeshivish. My boys went there and loved it. Everyone that wants to can play all sports. They also had options for non sports playing kids. During leagues one of my ds used to hike.


I'm very clueless what does 'to the left' mean ?
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amother
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Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 7:27 pm
amother OP wrote:
I'm very clueless what does 'to the left' mean ?


Merakdim is modern compared to the other camps you listed.
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amother
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Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 7:42 pm
Thank you so much all
Anyone have info on the 1st one listed - camp fun ?
Thanks !
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amother
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Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 7:44 pm
We LOVE camp fun!
Its a chilled crowd, generally light yeshivish/JPF (just plain frum), with some kids that are more yeshivish, and a couple of kids that are more modern. We LOVE that it has a more diverse approach, every now and the you'll see a few kids with long curly peyos-the camp doesnt care, if you want to come have fun, and youre a good kid, welcome!
The head of the camp is very responsible and organized, and a real mentch. Very easy to reach and approachable, and genuinely teies his best to make your kid happy.
We also love that they understand not every boy loves sports. One of my boys hates sports actually, with a capital H, and instead of sitting on the grass with an icepop watching his bunk play, he joins a "pioneers" type program with other boys who opt to do that instead of sports-they do hikes, crafts etc
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