Want to come back to Camp and enjoy Shabbat in the Hillman Chapel, eat Nellie's delicious fried chicken, and spend a lazy day hanging out in camp? How about leave your permanent mark on a 12x12 brick at Camp? We need to grow our network. I’m working with the Camp team to get in touch with and connect more alumni from the past 50 years of Coleman’s history, and to do this we need your help.
Thanks to Myra Wolfson, Camp Coleman alumna and parent of two current Coleman staff members, we can share with you the official Camp Coleman Cookbook- from 1971! Not sure the last time chopped liver was made in Jewish Cooking, but latkes, matzo brie, and some of the other dishes are still made in Jewish Cooking today. B'tayavon (bon appetit) and enjoy!
Living half your life as a sighted person and half as a blind man, the contrast makes for strange bedfellows — memories and present experiences crashing powerfully together in an unparalleled way.
After returning home, with red Georgia clay staining my clothes and a new hand-signed Cabbage Patch doll from Cleveland, Georgia’s Babyland GeneraI, I asked my rabbi to give my doll a Hebrew name. He did a full ceremony and even gave me a certificate proclaiming her name “Chana Leah.”
We know that not everyone will be able to join the 630+ registered Colemanites in the 30528, so we'll be posting photos and videos on our Facebook page and tweeting the event using #Coleman50.