Jewish summer camps are overhauling food programs.
Special To The Jewish Week
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When I think about the time I went to Jewish sleep-away camp at age 6, the memory, much like the experience, leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. My unpleasant experience was not due to any homesickness or camper unfriendliness or even the activities at camp.
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