• The Role Models Our Kids Deserve

    The New York Giants, and the NFL need to show the world – and more importantly our youth – that the actions of athletes and behavior of athletes matters to us just as much as the athletic ability of these athletes.

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  • Creating a Sukkat Shalom

    During this time of year, I can’t help but be reminded of camp: those fleeting days of summer where everything seems clearer, more real, more intense and filled with joy and belonging.

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  • Standing Together

    What moments have you experienced since camp ended that are Value Bracelet Worthy? How are you continuing to embody those values?

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  • Celebrating the Competitive Spirit

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    By humanizing our opponents, we can break through the illusion that winning is everything and, instead, measure our success by whether or not we left it all on the field for love of the game.

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  • 10 Tips to Being the Perfect CIT

    After one full session of hard work, CITs (Counselors in Training) Miriam Adler and Blake Snetman share how they have learned to be the best CITs possible. Ready to take on Session Two, here is what they are bringing in their “toolboxes” As CITs, our job is to shadow counselors and learn from them. We […]

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  • 7 Years Later

    At this evening’s Firefly ceremony to end our first session, Ashkelon camper, Daniel Pomerantz, shared his reflections on his time at 6 Points. Many – both campers and staff alike – were moved to tears. Now, Daniel shares his words with all of you. Seven years ago I was in 4th grade. Everyone had Bieber […]

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  • The Chronicles of a Camp Hopper

    In her fifth summer at 6 Points Sports Academy, counselor, Ayla Kaufman, shares what it was like to grow up going to many different camps, and why she has returned to 6 Points many more years than she could have imagined. “Sam Shabsin, Gina Salemi, Ellie Buckner,” the names continued, but mine was never called. […]

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  • Why 6 Points is a Perfect Fit for my Son

    Ever wondered about the large impact 6 Points can have on your child? Rabbi Geri Newburge, a camp mom and session one faculty member writes about her son’s experience at camp. My son is two different people. During the year he is a pleasant and social boy who often allows his peers to dominate.   He […]

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  • A Tiger’s Life

    Ever wondered what a day in the life of a Tel Aviv Tiger was like? Counselor Tyler Goldberger shares a glimpse into the fun! In Tiger Nation here at the Tel Aviv Tigers, we have plenty of adventures throughout the day! Here’s a nice little rundown of how we stay loud and proud: 7:30am- Wake […]

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