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Back to My Roots

Hi Tamarack family! After nearly a four year hiatus from camp, I am overjoyed to be joining the Tamarack office as the new Development and Marketing Associate. My role will be primarily focused on alumni engagement. It is so exciting to be back at a place that has always felt like home to me. Why … Read more

The Tamarack Difference

Every year, we hear the same question from prospective camper parents.  What makes Tamarack Camps more qualified than any other Jewish summer camp out there?  The answer — as you might imagine — is not just any one thing, but a combination of factors that come together to make the experience the best it can … Read more

Camp Maas Newsletter: Last Night of Camp

Dear Families of Camp Maas, In a summer full of highlights, last night added more to the reel! Immediately after dinner, the curtain opened on the “All-Camp Play,” Moana, which entertained every village and was met by thunderous applause and standing ovations. Following the production, music played – and we expressed appreciation to campers that … Read more

Camp Maas Newsletter: Circus Day

Dear Families of Camp Maas, A little rain didn’t stop the circus from coming to town.  Yesterday morning, the Brighton Side campers – Shiffman, Applebaum, Fishman, and DeRoy, along with Atid and Avodah, gathered inside the gym to play midway games such as sponge toss at the counselors, face painting, fake scars (compliments of the clinic), a cake walk, … Read more

A Day In The Life of Alaskan Campers

Wow! After completing our second backcountry of this trip, the Kesugi Ridge in Denali National Park, we traveled to Fairbanks, Alaska. After a long drive on the bus, we made it to Fairbanks. Following breakfast, we spontaneously spent the day in Pioneer Park, enjoying the historical aspect of the small town within. We continued our … Read more

4-Day Kennedy Canoeing

Today we are on the bus heading back from our four-day canoe trip. It was so much fun! On our first day, we went to Agree Outpost Camp and it was such an amazing experience seeing what another outpost camp looked like. When we got there, they were all so welcoming and nice. They gave … Read more