Recent News

June 17th, 2016

*****Please note that Camp Moshava frequently uses email—during both the off-season and the summer—as a method of communication with parents, especially to send out group notifications. Please make sure to set your email filters to allow all messages from the moshavawildrose.org domain.
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May 23rd, 2016
Dear Camp Families,


We are excited to offer some camp apparel for summer 2016. We will be selling mesh shorts and white Shabbat polo shirts with the Camp Moshava Wild Rose logo on them.

Please click on the link below to view the shorts and the colors.
https://www.alphabroder.com/cgi-bin/online/webshr/prod-detail.w?sr=NB5301

Please see attached photo of the camp shorts with the logo on it.

Please email skroll@moshavawildrose for an order form. All forms are needed  by June 3rd  The children will receive their items at camp.

May 13th, 2016
Dear Families,

We want to wish everyone a Chag Sameach and a happy Yom Haatzmaut.
Please see below a letter we just received from Daniel Gottesman, a former chanich and madrich, who sent this letter on behalf of himself, Rami Pinchot and Elazar Kolom, also former chanichim and madrichim who are currently serving in the IDF. We are looking forward to their return to Machane after their service is complete.

"As the days of Yom Hazikaron and Yom Haatzmaut are upon us we would like to thank Camp Moshava Wild Rose for having a direct impact on our decision to enlist in the IDF. These days bring up much thought on the meaning behind the army and the ability to have a homeland and the privilege to protect it; we would like to thank the camp for its inspiration, our madrichim who have both inspired us and guided the path for us by serving before us. Josh, I want to thank you and Shira for all the camp has done and all it has taught us throughout the years, it was undoubtedly the greatest force in the decision and biggest push whenever things get hard here. As we will sorely miss camp this summer we are truly grateful for all it has given us."
- Daniel Gottesman

May 13th, 2016

Dates To Remember:

 

June 22, 2016:  Tzevet/Sayeret Torah V'Avodah/ MIT Leave for Camp

June 23, 2016:  Luggage Bus leaves from Skokie Valley 

June 27, 2016:  Chanichim Arrive

July 17, 2016:   Visitors' Day

July 25, 2016:   4 week campers leave

August 8, 2016: 6 week campers/Avodah/MIT leave

August 10, 2016: Tzevet Goes home

 

 


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