Maggie Bar-Tura

Cabin Fever

Summer camp world gears up to put a Jewish child in every bunk. But how big is too big?

03/29/2010
Associate Editor

Gone are the days when summer camp was the scruffy younger sibling of the Jewish communal world.

Today, while many Jewish institutions, like day schools and synagogues, are recession-battered and scaling back, the Jewish camp movement is relatively flush and poised to expand.

Some camp leaders wonder if there is a tug of war between quantity and quality.
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