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URJ Camp Newman

One of the most powerful Jewish experiences a young person can have is a Jewish summer camp experience.

Jewish camps create a positive sense of identity and wonderful memories that last a life time.  Camp Newman has been a favorite of Bet Haverim children and teens for decades, and is operated by the Union for Reform Judaism in the Santa Rosa area.  

 


Learn more about the camp, its programs, its history and its approach to engaging Jewish youth at this link. Watch this special video about life at Camp Newman here.

 

 

You can help to ensure a Jewish camp experience for every Bet Haverim child who wants to attend by supporting the CBH Campership Fund.  This investment in the Jewish future is a particularly meaningful way to celebrate a simcha, honor a loved one, or simply to offer tzedakah to our community.  To donate now, please click here and be sure to specify that your donation be directed to the Campership Fund.

 

Click here to apply for a Campership for your child(ren). All applications will be handled in confidence.  2018 applications must be submitted by Friday, April 27, 2018.
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