Mark Levitt Michelle & Steven Stravitz Lori Schor Ulanow & Les* Ulanow
Genine & Josh* Fidler
Meryl & Kevin Fishkind
Judy & Craig Futterman
Cherry & Kenny* Goldblatt
Stefanie & Jeff* Greenberg
Marla & Mark Gruzin
Meredith & Jonathan Jacobs
Catherine & David* Max
Marcie & Simon Nadler
Stephanie & Eric* Nislow
Ellen Krieger & Gary Ratner*
Shelley & Steve* Rothenberg
Karen & Andy* Segall
Marcie* & Bruce Shapiro
Roberta & Keith* Solit
Courtenay & Ed Wallach
Chair, Board of Directors
David M. Phillips
President & CEO
Karen S. Bernstein
Director of Advancement
Debbie Vodenos & Sam* Boxerman
Becky & Josh Brenner
Carol & Robert* Burman
Lorraine & Bobby* Cohen
Hanna & Howard* Cohen
Maureen & Howard* Davidov
Rachel Robbins Dorf & Matt Dorf
Who we are...We are joy, relationships, laughter and learning.
We are dedicated to creating a warm and inviting
setting where individuals, organizations, families, and
colleagues can escape the ordinary and celebrate, play,
debate, and challenge themselves.
Every summer, our camp comes to life and is home to
800 campers and 150 staff. Our campers and staff are
enveloped in a fun and nurturing environment where
they experience Jewish life and traditions in a way
that profoundly affects their Jewish identity.
All year long, we host thousands of people from
both local and national Jewish and secular groups.
Shared experiences, team building, and spirituality
engage participants and result in stronger bonds
and organizational growth.
We are extremely proud of our role in creating a
legacy of Jewish identity for future generations.
We are Capital Camps
and Retreat Center.
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Saturday, March 12, 2011
Cocktails & Canteen 7:30pm
Dinner to follow
Park Hyatt Hotel
Washington, DC 20037
Dietary laws observed • Camp-chic attire • A party beyond camp re
nce upon a time, a great man named Charles E. Smith had a
dream for the Jewish community. An overnight camp
would be purchased so that Jewish children could spend
their summers living Judaism in a beautiful setting
in the Catoctin Mountains. Twenty-three years later,
through the help of visionary leaders in Washington and
Baltimore, this dream is a reality and so much more.
Jewish lives have been enriched and Jewish organizations
transformed. Tonight we share their stories.
These are stories of growth, change, and opportunity:
funny, touching, and meaningful. Join us around
StoriesAround the Campfire
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