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RSY-Netzer Day Camp: encouraging confidence and positivity

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Friday, 05 September 2014

For 5-11 year olds, RSY-Netzer Day Camp is perfect for anyone who wants the magic of a youth movement experience but also wants to be home in time for tea. RSY-Netzer Day Camp is a one week, non-residential programme and everyday is jam packed with activities.

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Israel Tour: sustaining identity and commitment

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Friday, 05 September 2014

Israel Tour is a fantastic educational experience that builds a strong connection to Israel and Jewish life as well as creating friendships that last a lifetime and help nurture networks of friends that sustain young peoples’ identity and commitment. This year's six tours were sold out, making it the biggest tour in decades. Tash Shaw, RSY-Netzer Movement Worker was one of the madrichim (leaders) this year and shares her experiences.

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Shemesh: one of the best summers of our lives

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Friday, 05 September 2014

Hello, we are Josh, Rachel and Joey and separately we have been a part of RSY-Netzer for varying lengths of time, ranging from two summers to six years. Most recently, we have all been on Shemesh 5774, specifically 'Atid', which is a two-week summer camp for ages 14-15, school year 10.

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Megachalutz: an inspiring experience

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Friday, 05 September 2014

Megachalutz (chalutz, meaning 'pioneer' in Hebrew), is RSY-Netzer's pre-summer camp residential seminar; the time which the summer's madrichim (leaders) spend preparing for the arrival of hundreds of chanichim (participants). Megachalutz is a chance for the whole movement to spend some of that preparation time together with rabbis and educators before splitting off to the different sites where Shemesh summer camps take place. Emma Brand from Edgware and District Reform Synagogue reflects on an inspiring experience.

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