Avodah 2015 / 5775

Camp strengths  

Quality of counsellors, Jewish values, relationships between campers

Moshava parent   
Thanks for the warm welcome  

Dear Vicky,

I would like to begin by thanking you and all the staff of Camp Moshava, for your warm welcome and hospitality during the Shabbat we spent at your camp.

What I saw and experienced – both from an activities standpoint, as well as from the staff and campers with whom I had a privilege to speak – was truly heartwarming and left me with a lasting impression that I will not forget.

Your role in teaching Judaism and its core values is both sacred and crucial, as our youth will now be instilled with a deeper knowledge and understanding of our rich faith and heritage.

It was also a source of pride to watch how the love to the State of Israel, was taught to the campers in the tradition of Torah Veavoda.

With your hard work, a labor of love, I must say, we can be sure that the link between Torat Israel, Am Israel and Eretz Israel will never break.

In the name of the state of Israel , it is my privilege to commend you for what you are doing to strengthen the eternal bond between the Jewish community of Canada and the State of Israel.

Kol hakavod ve yashar koach.

Sincerely yours,

Joël Lion

Consul General of Israel to Quebec and the Atlantic provinces;

Permanent Representative of Israel to the ICAO

Joel Lion   
Incredible summer experience  

My child learned to water ski on 1 ski (dropped and went around the whole lake).. cant wait to learn how to deep water start next summer… i hope the rosh agam jacob is coming back.. he was great too!!|the leadership (VIcky is a fantastic camp director and her camp experience is an asset to every parent staff and camper) and professionals that run each department…(such as nurse TK in the marp, or gilda at the pool, or shari as camp mom) they work tirelessly all for the effort of the camp.

Moshava parent   
Great camp  

The physical layout of the camp is very nice and the camp’s really clean.

Moshava parent   

Keshet Eklove

Keshet Eklove

Rosh Avodah

Hey Avodah!

Hi everyone!! My name is Keshet Eklove and I couldn’t be more excited to be this summer’s Rosh Avodah! Let me introduce myself: After growing up in Toronto, this past summer I packed up my bags and made Aliyah! I am currently doing Sherut Leumi (National Service) in Gush Etzion, and totally loving it.

After spending a summer at Moshava as a chanicha, I knew I needed to go back and be on tzevet. I had three awesome summers as Tzevet, the last one as a madricha in Avodah. I loved Avodah so much that I just knew I had to be Rosh Eidah.

Avodah this summer is going to be awesome!! We have incredible trips—3 day extravaganza anyone?— and amazing hadracha opportunities planned! As the oldest eidah in camp, I hope you you all bring your A-game with leadership and ruach. Be prepared for a summer you will never forget! And if you want to help me in the preparations, get in touch! I want to know all of your comments, thoughts, questions and suggestions—email me at kesheklove@gmail.com !

I’m counting down the days and I hope you are too!!!! Get ready for a summer you’ll never forget!