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Camp Mountain Chai’s

THE SCOOP!

SUMMER 2012

EDITION 5

GETTING READY FOR SUMMER! Working at Summer Camp... A Network of Lifetime

IN THIS EDITION... Page 1 • Message from Steve • Meet Jeremy Toren Page 2 • Meet our Unit Leaders Page 3 • Packing For Camp Page 4 • Welcome New CMC Campers Page 5 • Camp Transportation Page 6 • Happy Birthday

One of  the  most  touted  benefits  of  working  at  a  summer  camp  is  the  network  one  may   build  even  within  the  parameters  of  a  single  summer.    Unlike  many  work  environments,   which  tend  to  draw  locals  with  a  telescoped  set  of  talents,  summer  camp  attracts  staff   from  virtually  all  over  the  world  who  possess  an  array  of  abilities.    A  successful  summer   at  camp  requires  the  expertise  of  athletes  and  artists  alike.    Because  summer  camps  are   24/7  communities,  staff  members  tend  to  form  very  close  bonds  within  the  two  months   that  they  reside  at  camp  each  summer.    Camp  breeds  a  sense  of  family,  which  is   precisely  why,  for  a  good  many  staff  members,  goodbye  at  the  end  of  the  summer  is   seldom  goodbye  forever.    Thanks  to  a  little  help  from  social  media  outlets  such  as   Facebook,  it’s  possible  to  stay  in  touch  with  summer  camp  friends  no  matter  where  on   earth  they  live.    Whether  it’s  couch  surfing  while  traveling,  hunting  for   a  job,  needing  a  little  bit  of  advice  or  support,  or  sharing  an  inside  joke,   camp  friends  are  there.    Working  at  summer  camp  is  more  than  just  a   summer  experience.    It’s  a  way  to  form  a  global  network  of  friends  for   life.   C...

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WELCOME JEREMY!

We are  excited  and  proud  to  introduce  Jeremy  Toren  as  Camp  Mountain  Chai’s  Director  of  Jewish  Education  and  Nadiv   Fellow.  The  Nadiv  Fellowship  is  a  groundbreaking  program  through  the  Foundation  for  Jewish  Camp  that  created  senior   experiential  Jewish  educator  positions  to  be  shared  by  nonprofit  camps  and  Jewish  day  or  synagogue  schools.    Six  camps   were  chosen  throughout  the  entire  country  and  we  are  proud  to  announce  that  Mountain  Chai  was  one  of  them.    In   addition  to  working  with  CMC  throughout  the  year,  Jeremy  will  also  be  a  full-­‐time  instructor  at  the  San  Diego  Jewish   Academy.    Read  below  to  learn  more  about  Jeremy... Tell  us  a  little  bit  about  yourself:  After  graduating  with  a  degree  in  music  from  Brandeis  University,  I  elected  to  pursue  education  as  a  career.    After  teaching  for  a   while,  I  discovered  the  joy  of  camp,  and  spent  the  last  three  summers  working  as  the  Assistant  Summer  Director  and  Judaic  Director  at  Camp  Solomon  Schechter  in   Olympia,  WA.    I  also  just  received  my  master's  degree  in  Education  and  Jewish  Studies  from  American  Jewish  University.     What  are  you  most  excited  for  this  summer?  A  unique  opportunity  to  spend  time  getting  to  know  literally  hundreds  of  new  faces  in  intimate  settings.    In  addition  to   the  time  set  aside  for  Jewish  learning  and  activities,  I  am  also  looking  forward  to  the  informal  interactions  taking  place  in  the  Chadar  Ochel  and  on  the  basketball   court. Why  do  you  think  Jewish  summer  camp  is  a  valuable  educational  experience?  Studies  have  shown  that  Jewish  camp  is  one  of  the  best  ways  to  nurture  a  lifelong   love  of  Judaism  in  young  people.      The  sights  and  sounds  of  kids  shouting  the  Birkat  Hamazon  or  singing  Havdallah  around  a  campfire  serve  as  exemplars  for  the  rest   of  the  Jewish  community. What  are  some  cool  things  we  can  look  forward  to  at  camp  this  summer?  The  words  "learning"  and  "fun"  are  never  mutually  exclusive  if  you  don't  want  them  to   be,  but  I  find  this  to  be  especially  true  at  camp.     Two  fun  facts  about  yourself: 1)  I  have  an  almost  unhealthy  obsession  with  my  two  favorite  sports  teams,  the  Chicago  White  Sox  and  the  Chicago  Bears.    The  campers  can            expect  frequent  updates  on  the  White  Sox'  season  throughout  the  summer. 2)  I  achieved  second  place  in  the  Cuyahoga  County  (Cleveland-­‐area)  spelling  bee  in  eighth  grade.


Meet Our 2012 CMC Unit Leaders AARON SATALOFF   A4d  (9th-­‐10th  Grade  Unit  Leader) Hello  my  name  is  Aaron   Sataloff  from  Los  Altos,  CA   and  currently  I  am  finishing   my  first  year  of  rabbinical   school  at  Hebrew  Union   College.  I  grew  up  in  several   places  including  Tennessee,   New  Jersey,  Washington,   and  Virginia.  I  graduated   from  the  University  of  Oregon  with  a  B.A.  and   majored  in  Judaic  Studies.  I  have  spent  lots  of  Vme   in  Israel  and  have  done  many  programs  here  like   Project  OTZMA,  which  was  a  year-­‐long  volunteer   program  where  we  lived  all  around  the  country,  and   a  Ulpan/Kibbutz  Program  on  Kibbutz  Tzuba  outside   of  Jerusalem  for  5  months,  and  AEPi  Roadtrips.   Growing  up  I  was  involved  in  BBYO  in  Richmond,   Virginia,  and  was  a  brother  of  Alpha  Epsilon  Pi  at  the   U  of  O.  Growing  up,  I  spent  lots  of  Vme  ader  school   and  summers  at  many  Jewish  Community   Centers  across  the  country  and  went  to  camp  at   Emma  Kaufmann  Camp  in  Morgantown,  WV.  I  love   running,  swimming,  biking,  yoga,  basketball,  and  ice   hockey,  but  love  even  more  to  simply  be  outside  in   the  sun  having  fun.  I  wil  be  moving  to  Los  Angeles   this  upcoming  year,  and  am  very  excited  to  be  at   CMC  this  summer!  

RACHEL SHYLOSKI   Amirim  (7th-­‐8th  Grade)  Unit  Leader

Hello CMC  families!  My  name  is  Rachel  Shyloski  and  I  am  so   excited  to  be  coming  back  to  camp  for  what  will  be  my  third   summer  at  CMC!  I  am  28  years  old  and  was  born  and  raised   in  North  Carolina.  I  received  my  B.A.  in  Psychology  from  the   University  of  North  Carolina  at  Asheville.    Currently,  I  am  a   lead  teacher  at  Temple  Emanuel's  Early  Childhood   Engagement  Center  in  Greensboro,  North  Carolina.   I  will  be  starVng  Graduate  school  this  upcoming  fall  to   receive  my  Master's  in  Social  Work  and  wilI  be  concentraVng  on  children  at  risk  and   families.  I  am  parVcularly  interested  in  working  with  adolescents  once  they  have   entered  the  juvenile  jusVce  system.  By  guiding  adolescents  to  help  them  to  see  their   inner  light,  develop  their  confidence  and  coping  skills,  they  will  be  empowered  to   achieve  their  goals  and  accept  life's  responsibiliVes.  I  have  always  been  driven  to  help   our  youth  and  have  worked  with  children  of  all  ages  and  in  a  variety  of  seXngs.   In  my  spare  Vme  I  love  to  run  in  the  forest,  bike,  and  am  a  big  bird  "nerd."  I  love  coming   to  camp,  surrounded  by  amazing  people  in  the  beauVful  San  Bernardino  Mountains   which  allows  me  to  do  what  I  love  most.  When  I  am  able  to  guide  and  support  others,  I   feel  the  light  inside  of  me  shining  at    its  brightest.  There  is  something  really   special  about  our  camp  and  the  experiences  we  share  together.  The  bonds  that  I  have   made,  and  the  bonds  I  watch  being  formed  is  why  I  come  to  camp.  I  love  seeing  how   camp  never  ceases  to  amaze  me.  Each  year  conVnues  to  strengthen  our   connectedness,  and  this  summer  I  will  be  working  beside  young  adults  that  I  used  to  be   a  unit  leader  for!    I  can't  wait  to  see  old  faces  and  meet  new  ones!  I  look  forward  to   spending  the  summer  with  our  campers,  and  can  tell  you  this  will  be  the  summer  of  a   lifeVme  and  definitely  one  we  will  never  forget!  See  you  all  very  soon!

ERICA SUSSMAN  Staff  In  Training  (11th  Grade)  Director My  name  is  Erica  Sussman,  and  I  am  so  excited  to  be  the  S.I.T.  director  this  summer  at  camp!    I  recently   graduated  in  May  from  the  University  of  Arizona  with  a  major  in  Family  Studies  and  Human  Development  and  a   themaVc  minor  in  social  work.    I  will  be  spending  much  of  2012  traveling  and  seeing  what  the  world  has  to  offer   prior  to  returning  and  beginning  graduate  school  in  the  fall  of  2013  for  my  Master’s  in  social  work.  This  will  be   my  9th  summer  at  Jewish  sleep  away  camp,  my  third  at  Camp  Mountain  Chai,  and  I  cannot  wait  to  be  back!     I  am  looking  forward  to  working  with  the  S.I.T.’s  to  help  each  individual  become  the  best  potenVal  staff  member   he/she  can  be!    While  S.I.T.  summer  can  someVmes  be  a  difficult  transiVon  between  being  a  camper  and   becoming  a  staff  member,  my  goal  is  to  make  this  change  as  easy  and  fun  as  possible  by  incorporaVng  valuable   lessons  with  hands  on,  fun  programs.    That  being  said,  the  SIT’s  can  expect  to  work  hard  and  should  come  to   camp  with  an  open  mind.    Being  an  S.I.T.  is  much  different  than  being  a  camper  and  may  take  some  geXng  used  to,  but  it  is  rewarding  and   exciVng  in  its  own,  unique  way.    This  is  their  opportunity  to  get  to  observe  and  pracVce  being  on  staff  while  sVll  geXng  the  fun  ouVngs  and   acVviVes  geared  towards  them.     A  large  porVon  of  our  training  consists  of  learning  new  informaVon,  including  shadowing  other  staff  members  to  see  firsthand  what  their  jobs   entail,  we  will  spend  a  lot  of  our  Vme  preparing  for  that.  It  is  important  that  we  have  a  secure,  close  knit  group  so  we  will  also  work  together   to  maintain  strong  bonds  amongst  all  of  the  S.I.T.’s  and  our  unit  staff  to  ensure  that  we  have  a  comfortable  and  cohesive  environment  that   enables  each  child  to  feel  confident  in  his/her  ability  to  learn,  teach,  and  grow  throughout  the  summer.    S.I.T.  summer  is  about  learning  about   how  to  be  a  posiVve  addiVon  for  the  future  staff  of  camp  and  learning  more  about  ourselves  for  our  own  futures  as  well.    I  look  forward  to   geXng  to  know  the  SIT’s  this  summer  and  helping  them  to  realize  their  own  potenVal  in  leadership  and  working  with  others!      


SARA SILVERSTEIN   Netzarim  (5th-­‐6th  Grade)   Unit  Leader

IRIS PEDOWITZ   Shorashim  (2nd-­‐4th  Grade)  Unit  Leader

Hello! I’m  Sara  Silverstein  and  I’m   incredibly  excited  about  the   opportunity  to  work  at  CMC  this   summer.    I’m  currently  applying  to   begin  a  Masters  program  in  Jewish   EducaVon,  i  can’t  think  of  a  beoer  way  to  spend  the  summer   prior  to  beginning  my  program.      I  have  worked  in  a  variety  of   Jewish  organizaVons  and  educaVonal  seXngs  throughout  the   Jewish  spectrum  and  strongly  believe  in  the  power  of  music  and   camp  to  unite  us  all.    I  proudly  support  Jewish  Rock  Radio  and  am   very  acVve  in  the  Jewish  music  scene.    If  everything  works  out   right  I’ll  be  in  Israel  next  year  studying  at  an  Ulpan  and  beginning   my  graduate  course  work.    Other  things  about  me...  I  love   traveling  with  camera  in  hand,  or  on  the  dance  floor,  checking   out  the  latest  and  greatest  new  restaurants,  and  helping  create   amazing  experiences  for  everyone  that  I’ll  be  working  with  at   camp  this  summer.    This  is  going  to  be  a  great  summer!

Hi, my  name  is  Iris  Pedowitz,  and  I  am  so  excited   to  spend  my  summer  working  as  a  Unit  Leader  for   Shorashim!  I  recently  graduated  from  UC  Davis   with  a  Bachelors  of  Arts  in  English  and  Classical   CivilizaVons,  and  will  be  starVng  a  five-­‐month   internship  program  in  Israel  this  September.  I  am   so  thrilled  that  my  post-­‐graduate  life  is  off  to  a  fabulous  start—  spending   the  summer  in  beauVful  Southern  California,  and  then  the  opportunity  to   live  in  Israel.  Besides  traveling,  I’m  a  big  fan  of  ballroom  dancing,  playing   the  harp,  and  cooking.    In  fact,  throughout  college,  I  worked  as  a  cook  in   one  of  the  busiest  restaurants  in  Davis.  I’ve  spent  many  prior  summers  as  a   senior  counselor  at  Jewish  summer  camp,  I  cannot  wait  to  add  to  those   incredible  experiences!  I  cannot  wait  to  help  lead  our  staff  and  our   campers  in  making  the  summer  of  2012  one  of  the  most  memorable   experiences  possible.    

It’s Time to Start Thinking About Packing… May means  a  lot  of  things  to  a  lot  of  people.    To  some  it’s  Memorial  Day  and  the  official  beginning  of  summer.    For  others,  it   marks  the  end  of  another  school  year.    For  summer  camp  parents,  it  means  it’s  time  to  start  thinking  about  packing.    For  first   time  parents,  the  task  can  seem  absolutely  overwhelming.      How  much  sunscreen  and  shampoo  do  I  pack?    Do  they  really   need  shinguards?    How  many  t-­‐shirts  are  enough?    For  seasoned  camp  parents,  packing  is  a  science  based  on  experience.     The  art  is  in  packing  just  enough  but  not  too  much  or  too  little…and  knowing  which  items  the  children  have  sneaked  into   their  bags  to  take  out  and  which  ones  to  let  go.    Packing  properly  takes  time…and  patience. Camps  provide  rather  comprehensive  packing  lists.    These  should  not  be  disregarded.    They’re  compiled  by  professionals  with  years  of   camping  experience  who  have  excellent  knowledge  of  what  children’s  bags  need  to  contain  in  order  for  them  to  arrive  prepared  for   a  successful  summer  at  camp.    Also  keep  in  mind  when  packing  that  living  space  is  somewhat  limited  at  camp.    Your  child  will  not   have  his  or  her  own  room  at  summer  camp.    He  or  she  will  live  together  with  several  other  campers  as  well  as  a  couple  of   counselors.  This  means  that  there  is  not  a  whole  lot  of  room  for  “extras”  and  labeling  clothes  is  important  as  mix-­‐ups  are  otherwise   bound  to  happen.    If  laundry  is  your  primary  concern,  rest  assured  that  camp  laundry  is  done  at  least  once  per  week.    Your  child’s   counselors  and  other  camp  staff  will  see  to  it  that  your  child  has  clean  clothes. Summer  camp  values  also  often  downplay  appearance.    The  emphasis  of  summer  camp  is  on  fun,  friendship,  and  safety.    Before  the  end  of   the  summer,  your  child  will  likely  get  wet,  slimed,  painted,  generally  messy,  and  a  host  of  other  cool  things  that  tend  to  make   children  laugh  and  adults  cringe.    So  keep  the  really  good  stuff  at  home  and  send  clothes  that  neither  you  nor  they  will  miss   too  much  if  they  have  to  be  “retired”  at  the  end  of  the  summer. It’s  important  for  both  new  and  seasoned  camp  parents  to  pay  as  much  attention  to  the  items  your  child’s  camp  asks  not  to   bring  as  those  items  it  asks  to  bring.    There  is  a  reason  your  camp  requests  that  certain  items  not  be  brought  onto  campus,   whether  it’s  to  help  facilitate  a  specific  environment,  protect  those  with  allergies,  or  to  avoid  other  issues  not  conducive  to   the  spirit  of  summer  camp.    Packing  “do  not  bring”  items  risks  them  being  lost  or  confiscated  until  the  end  of  the  summer.     This  ultimately  causes  undo  stress  on  your  children.    Alleviating  stress  that  results  from  the  idea  of  having  to  leave  a  beloved  item  such  as  a  cell  phone  or   notepad  at  home  is  typically  accomplished  by  reiterating  to  children  about  what  they  will  have  at  camp  as  opposed  to  what  they  won’t. By  following  your  camp’s  advice  and  being  proactive  rather  than  reactive,  packing  for  camp  can  be  a  fun  countdown  to  camp  rather  than  a  reactive  chore.


HAP PY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!!! JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER 2

Julia

Ciletti

14 years old

1

Amy

Bronzwaig

12 years old

1

Jennifer

Katz

14 years old

6

Ori

Rickler

12 years old

2

Max

Hussin

13 years old

1

Sebastian

Perico

13 years old

16 years old

2

Jordan

Whiting

12 years old

1

Brynn

Davidoff

12 years old

11 years old

3

Rachel

Perkins

14 years old

3

Shay

Mana

14 years old

3

Noah

Ruskin

14 years old

4

Sarel B

Anbar

15 years old

3

Gali

Shalev

13 years old

4

Mackenzie

Barney

14 years old

5

David

Colton

15 years old

5

Debbie

Cohen

16 years old

6

Alon

Averbuj

15 years old

5

Reyna

Belsky

10 years old

6

Eli

Mitnick

14 years old

6

Sophia

Muroff

12 years old

Engel

10 years old

6

Daniel

6

7

Isaac

Schultz

11 years old

Seth

Windham

8

Matthew

Hissong

15 years old

8

Brian

Hissong

15 years old

8

Dillon

Browne

13 years old

9

Emily

Peters

13 years old

9

Sydney

Schlafman

13 years old

9

Koby

Lerner

12 years old

10

Nathan

Wetter

16 years old

10

Max

Kass

10 years old

10

Jayden

Luban

10 years old

12 years old

11

Jackie

Tullie

13 years old

Kristopher

Constable

11 years old

7 7

Arielle Alexander

Lipan Jacoby

8

Jasmine

Shapiro

14 years old

8

Adam

Rosenberg

14 years old

9

Shane

Katz

14 years old

10 Joshua

Parness

11 years old

12 Yuval Haim

Hagbi

14 years old

12 Naomi

Mestman

11 years old

8 years old

12 Joshua

Miller

10 years old

7

13 Katherine

Buchholz

13 years old

Ariela

Farchi

14 years old

7

Lauren

Remish

11 years old

14 Blair

Manley Agree

15 years old

8

Alaris

Dayzie

14 years old

8

Alana

Mittleman

12 years old

14 Judah

MacNeely

11 years old

14 Dylan

Gruber

9 years old

9

Noah

Larky

14 years old

16 Jennifer

Serwin

13 years old

9

Nikki

Shultz

14 years old

16 Benjamin

Wilson

9 years old

9

Kyle

Norris

12 years old

16 Ezekeil Zeke

Wilson

9 years old

9

Max

Levy

11 years old

17 Amalia

Parzen

10 years old

9

Nikka

Frank

10 years old

18 Keith

Block

15 years old

11

18 Michal

Elmakiyes

14 years old

13

Adi

Azoulai

14 years old

11

19 Benjamin

Levy

9 years old

13

Brian

Henning

13 years old

12

Lee

Abed

14 years old

13

Mariana

Kramer

11 years old

12

Maya

Abed

14 years old

Stern

10 years old

12

Nicole

Aliezer

11 years old

13

Chloe

Sherman

13 years old

20 Justin

Stueland

12 years old

21 Jake

Anapoell

16 years old

21 Sophia

Green

12 years old

21 Fletcher

Block

11 years old

22 Sarina

Jassy

12 years old

23 Reut

Moskowitz

13 years old

23 Ariella

Fisher

25 Rachael 25 Haley

Cunningha m Fisher

25 Sophia

13

Thomas

Julian

Dayzie

14

Jacob

Sigismonti

14 years old

15

Samantha

Step

16 years old

14

Kelila

Rotto

15 years old

17

Alec

Willerman

15 years old

14

Jacob

Mobley

14 years old

19

Eliana

Kaplan

16 years old

14

Sam

Bush

12 years old

19

10 years old

Shir

Ketayi

13 years old

14

Juliette

Frost

9 years old

19

16 years old

Reilly

Arena

13 years old

16

Eden

Levinson

14 years old

21

Asher

Rosenblatt

15 years old

9 years old

16

Cierra

Goren

10 years old

21

Alexandra

Mandel

14 years old

Weprin

8 years old

16

Matteo

Shahar

11 years old

21

Eitan

Penner

14 years old

26 Hannah

Forman

14 years old

17

Jeremy

Epner

10 years old

21

Jacob

Kollegian

9 years old

26 Sydney

Furman

14 years old

19

Yarden

Abed

15 years old

22

Mijal

Buchsbaum

12 years old

26 Samuel

Adler

12 years old

22

Judd

Wexler

14 years old

Romero

12 years old

19

Nathaniel

26 Jacob

Adler

12 years old

23

Mitchell

McKenzie

15 years old

Sophia

Flores

13 years old

20

26 Benjamin 27 (Ben) Zack

Myers

11 years old

23

Noah

Smith

13 years old

20

Evan

Parness

14 years old

Jensen

13 years old

23

Noah

Elgerabli

11 years old

23

Alexandra

Erdman

16 years old

28 Evan

Weissman

13 years old

24

Hayley

Nelson

13 years old

23

Noah

28 Rina

Pilevsky

13 years old

26

Andrew

Book

12 years old

Raymond

Stashower -Marcus Gruber

14 years old

24

12 years old

11 years old

12 years old

Moehringer

Curtis

Kohanbash

Andrew

Hayden

28 Daniel

27

24

14 years old

11 years old

Ramirez

Provol

Ptashek

Madeline

Jason

29 Karen

27

25

Goodman

13 years old

Denburg

14 years old

13 years old

Trevor

Robert J

Burkholz

28

25

31 Gabi

Samantha

Cowell

14 years old

25

Mia

Kaufman

10 years old

Haley

Evic

10 years old

26

Jayden

Yalen

10 years old

28

David

Nemiroff

11 years old

29

Naomi

Christian

9 years old

29 30 31

Max

Glaser

9 years old

13 years old

14 years old

Winter: 4950 Murphy Canyon Road, San Diego, CA 92123 • p: (858) 499-1330 • f: (858) 499-1331 • www.campmountainchai.com Summer: 42900 Jenks Lake Road, Angelus Oaks, CA 92305 • p: (909) 794-3800 • f: (909) 389-1148


Welcome NEW CMC Campers! All 192 of you! Edan Yarden Jacob Samuel Kailey Nicole Sarel B Parker

Abed Abed Adler Adler Aliezer Aliezer Anbar Appelbaum

San Diego, CA

Jenna

Friedman

Tucson, AZ

Arielle

Lavi

Beverly Hills, CA

San Diego, CA

Juliette

Frost

San Diego, CA

Gabriel

Lavi

Beverly Hills, CA

San Diego, CA

Logan

Lavine

Carlsbad, CA

San Diego, CA

Garrett

Layton

San Diego, CA

Vista, CA

Ilan

Levy

Chula Vista, CA

San Diego, CA

Jayden

Luban

Carlsbad, CA

San Diego, CA

Justin

Luban

Carlsbad, CA

San Diego, CA

Maayan

Mamane Biran

Israel

Mana

Israel

Tustin, CA Tustin, CA La Jolla, CA La Jolla, CA San Diego, CA El Cajon, CA

Will Rhett Zachary Max Nona Yotam

Gallegos Gavson Gedal Glaser Golan Golan

Reilly

Arena

Palo Alto, CA

Zoe

Goldstein

San Diego, CA

Shay

Lauren

Ashkenazi

Beverly Hills, CA

Cierra

Goren

San Marcos, CA

Jonah

Mandel

San Diego, CA

Jordan

Attias

Los Angeles, CA

Dante

Grace

Oceanside, CA

Benjamin

Markowitz

Carlsbad, CA

Aaron

Avent

Escondido, CA

Emma

Greenberg

San Diego, CA

Samantha

Martinez

Los Angeles, CA

Bradley

Baltman

Phoenix, AZ

Max

Greene

San Diego, CA

Olivia

Marx

Palm Desert, CA

Evan

Baltman

Phoenix, AZ

Noah

Greene

San Diego, CA

Yonatan

Mashal

San Diego, CA

Rachel

Barron

San Diego, CA

Dylan

Gruber

Del Mar, CA

Ryan

Mekler

Carlsbad, CA

Sarah

Barron

San Diego, CA

Leo

Gruber

Huntington Beach, CA

Joshua

Miller

San Diego, CA

Adam

Bernstein

San Diego, CA

Raymond

Gruber

Huntington Beach, CA

Rachael

Montgomery

Tucson, AZ

San Diego, CA

Coleman

Gussman

Pacific Palisades, CA

Avery

Moore

Del Mar, CA

Israel

Jacob

Moore

Del Mar, CA

San Diego, CA

Hayley

Nelson

San Diego, CA

San Diego, CA

Tyler

Nelson

San Diego, CA

San Diego, CA

David

Nemiroff

Carlsbad, CA

Calabasas, CA

Ryan

Nemiroff

Carlsbad, CA

San Diego, CA

Graci

Novack

Palm Desert, CA

O'Malley

Santee, CA

David Nina Fletcher Daniel Max Sam Ashley

Bernstein Bernstein Block Book Brown Bush Casden

San Diego, CA Encinitas, CA San Diego, CA Claremont, CA San Diego, CA San Diego, CA

Yuval Haim Joey Mia Sophie Gabriel Madison

Hagbi Harris Harris Harris Havtan Held

Mihal

Chait

San Diego, CA

Aaron

Hoffman

Palm Desert, CA

Joseph

Joy

Cheskin

Los Altos, CA

Liam

Hoffman

San Marcos, CA

Dylan

Oratz

Rancho Santa Fe, CA

Naomi

Christian

San Diego, CA

Mari

Hoffman

San Diego, CA

Justin

Oratz

Rancho Santa Fe, CA

Julia

Ciletti

Long Beach, CA

Marley

Hughes

Long Beach, CA

Abigail

Parker

San Diego, CA

Max

Clark

Carlsbad, CA

Myzelle

Hughes

Long Beach, CA

Max

Parker

San Diego, CA

Debbie

Cohen

Guatemala

Jake

Hussin

Carlsbad, CA

Joshua

Parness

New York

Gal

Cohen

Israel

Julian

Ildau-Tarmo

Carlsbad, CA

Amalia

Parzen

La Jolla, CA

Lynn

Cohen

San Diego, CA

Jonah

Jacobson

San Diego, CA

Gabriel

Perico

San Diego, CA

Michelle

Cohen

Solana Beach, CA

Joel

Jaffe

La Jolla, CA

Sebastian

Perico

San Diego, CA

Will

Cohen

San Diego, CA

Sarina

Jassy

San Diego, CA

Flora

Perlmutter

San Diego, CA

San Diego, CA

Rina

Pilevsky

San Diego, CA

Poway, CA

Carly

Provol

San Diego, CA

San Diego, CA

Jason

Provol

San Diego, CA

San Diego, CA

Matthew

Remish

San Diego, CA

Los Alamitos, CA

Jacob

Renert

Carlsbad, CA

San Diego, CA

Ori

Rickler

San Diego, CA

Chula VIsta, CA

Bess

Romero

Vista, CA

Rosen

Carlsbad, CA

Kristopher Hayden Rachel Robert J Jenna Sydney Hayley

Constable Curtis Dean Denburg Derman Detmer Ditter

Ramona, CA San Diego, CA San Diego, CA Miami, FL Tucson, AZ El Cajon, CA San Diego, CA

Zack Spencer Elsa Carly Max Shane Zachery

Jensen Kahn Kalal Kalunian Kass Katz Katz

Benjamin

Effress

La Jolla, CA

Mia

Kaufman

Henderson, NV

Jeremy

Noah

Elgerabli

Las Vegas

Tara

Kaufmann

San Diego, CA

Lauren

Rosen

Carlsbad, CA

Michal

Elmakiyes

Israel

Jack

Koenig

San Diego, CA

Jack

Ross

San Diego, CA

Daniel

Engel

San Diego, CA

Daniel

Kohanbash

Beverly Hills, CA

Allie

Schneider

San Diego, CA

Rebecca

Engel

San Diego, CA

Jacob

Kollegian

San Diego, CA

Aria

Schneider

San Diego, CA

Haley

Evic

Tucson

Devyn

Kontur

Yorba Linda, CA

Sunshine

Schneider

San Diego, CA

Matthew

Ewing

San Diego, CA

Cailey

Koren

San Diego, CA

Micah

Schoenwald

San Diego, CA

Matt

Farhi

Scottsdale, AZ

Mariana

Kramer

Downey, CA

Yael

Sefchovich

San Diego, CA

Ariel David

Farzan

Los Angeles, CA

Alexis

Lafer

San Diego, CA

Ellis

Selznick

Tucson, AZ

San Diego, CA

Noah

Shafton

Los Alamitos, CA

Rancho Mirage, CA

Gali

Shalev

San Diego, CA

Rancho Mirage, CA

Gillian

Shapiro

San Marcos, CA

Rancho Mirage, CA

Tori

Shapiro

Carlsbad, CA

Rancho Mirage, CA

Noah

Simon

Encinitas, CA

San Diego, CA

Noah

Smith

Winchester, CA

Daniel Sara Joshua Ariella Haley Jessica

Farzan Feinman Feldman Fisher Fisher Flam

Los Angeles, CA San Diego, CA Palm Desert, CA San Diego, CA San Diego, CA San Diego, CA

Zachary Noah Rand Rylan Skye Dylan

Lafer Lander Lander Lander Lander Landow


New campers (continued) Cole

Sorosky

Phoenix, AZ

Zoe

St. John

Beverly Hills, CA

Jesse

Steinberg

Poway, CA

Justin

Stueland

San Diego, CA

Ethan

Swidler

San Diego, CA

Jonathan

Tacher

Chula Vista, CA

Adam

Talpalatsky

San Diego, CA

Michelle

Telles

Valencia, CA

Ofelia

Tenenbaum

Guatemala

Hagar

Tenenboim

Israel

Raquel

Vertheim

Newport Beach, CA

Alice

Vilenski

San Diego, CA

Aaron

Wainstein

San Diego, CA

Juliet

Walker

Stevenson Ranch, CA

Brianna

Wallace

Las Vegas, NV

Sophia

Weprin

Portland, CA

Jordan

Whiting

Riverside, CA

Sophie

Williams

San Diego, CA

Seth

Windham

Tucson, AZ

Lance

Wolmer

San Diego, CA

Jayden

Yalen

Tucson, AZ

Louisa

Youngerman

Tucson, AZ

Diane

Zashin

Tucson, AZ

SAN DIEGO  /  LA  JOLLA  -­‐  UCSD  Lot  705           ARRIVAL:  8:45am    BUS  DEPARTS:  9:30am Directions: From  I-­‐5  take  exit  29  -­‐  Genesee  Ave. Go  East  on  Genesee  Ave. Turn  right  at  Campus  Point  Drive Turn  left  on  Voigt  Drive Turn  left  in  Lot  705

CAMP TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION All transporta+on  informa+on  for  the  summer  is  also  located  on  the  Camp   Mountain  Chai  website  at  www.campmountainchai.com  under   Summer  2012  -­‐  Transporta+on

San Diego Pick-Up/Drop-off Map

FULLERTON -­‐  Fullerton  Town  Center         ARRIVAL:  8:15am    BUS  DEPARTS:  8:45am Address:   900  South  Harbor  Blvd. Fullerton,  CA  92832 (meet  in  far  northwest  corner  of  the   COSTCO  parking  lot  -­‐  Fullerton  Town  Center) GLENDALE  /  LOS  FELIZ  –  COSTCO  parking  lot     ARRIVAL:  9:30am    BUS  DEPARTS:  10:00am Address:   2901  Los  Feliz  Blvd. Los  Angeles,  CA  90039 (Meet  in  the  far  southeast  corner  of  the  COSTCO   parking  lot) REDLANDS  -­‐  McDonald's  Parking  Lot     ARRIVAL:  10:45am    BUS  DEPARTS:  11:15am Address:   1796  East  Lugonia  Ave Redlands,  CA  92374-­‐2703

ONTARIO AIRPORT We  will  be  meeting  all  campers  flying  into  Ontario  airport.  Our  staff  will  be  waiting  to  meet   campers  at  their  gate.   *If  you  are  dropping  your  camper  off  at  Ontario  airport  for  pick  up   please  arrive  no  later  than  10:15am  and  meet  at  the  Southwest  Airlines  Baggage  Claim. SAN  DIEGO  AIRPORT We  will  be  meeting  all  campers  flying  into  San  Diego  airport.  Our  staff  will  meet  campers  at   the  gate. ARRIVAL  AT  CAMP  BY  PERSONAL  CAR Please  plan  to  arrive  at  camp  between  11:00am  and  12:00pm.  We  need  all  parents  to   depart  camp  by  12:00pm  as  the  buses  will  arrive  shortly  after  and  you  will  find  yourself   staring  at  three  large  buses  on  a  one  way  camp  road.

END OF SESSION / SUMMER DEPARTURE INFORMATION We will  be  deparMng  camp  at  1:00pm  on  the  last  day  of  each  session.  We  will  be  sending  out  a  final  departure  e-­‐mail  about  a  week   before  your  child  is  scheduled  to  leave  camp  confirming  your  camper’s  drop-­‐off  locaVon  and  Vmes.

The Scoop - Summer 2012  

2012 Summer Edition Newsletter

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