Rosh Mosh 2016 / 5776

Religious, zionistic hashkafa  

The camp is run very well, and for us reinforces the modern orthodox zionistic upbringing given at home.

Moshava parent   
Returning with pleasure  

I have been meaning to write since Eyal returned from camp. Your email yesterday about camp ending today prompted me into action.

To no one’s surprise Eyal had a wonderful summer. He returned filled with wonderful memories and I am certain he will be returning in the coming years. There is now an ongoing argument between him and his NJ based cousins over which Moshava is better.

I wanted to thank you for all your efforts early on in the decision process and all throughout the summer.

Enjoy the rest of your summer. I hope you get a chance to take a few days off!!!

Best regards,

Arye

PS the daily pictures on the website were a most wonderful daily distraction

Moshava parent   
Above and beyond  

The summer far surpassed my expectations for both my children who attended. Both want to go back next year and one wants to do a longer period next year (6 weeks) vs what he did this summer (4 wks). We are extremely happy with the staff and the communication from the camp. The effort everyone puts in really shows.|Everything – fun activities, good food, good jewish learning, megamot, safety, excellent staff, very well run, communication with parents

Moshava parent   
Great place  

Just wanted to thank you again for a wonderful Shabbat– we had a great time.

We also wanted to say that the camp seems to be in a great place, the Rabbi is amazing and the atmosphere is great! All the changes made a big difference– Yishar Koach!

Good luck!

All the best,

Ido and Shira

Montreal, Qc

Moshava parent   

Daniel Gofine

Daniel Gofine

Rosh Mosh

Hi Moshava Family!

My name is Daniel Gofine, and I’m so excited to be coming back to camp this summer as the Rosh Moshava! This will be my 11th summer in camp, and third serving on Tzevet Bachir (Upper Staff). Upon graduating from Or Chaim, I studied at Yeshivat Har Etzion in Alon Shvut and then enlisted in the Givati Brigade of the IDF. Following my service, I returned to North America to study at Yeshiva University in New York and am currently studying psychology with a minor in business. I have always been involved with Bnei Akiva, most recently serving on Bnei Akiva’s national board of the U.S. and Canada- the Hanhala Artzit.

Growing up in camp, I had always looked up to the Moshava tzevet as role models within Bnei Akiva and as proud religious Zionist Jews, and I continue to come to camp to give back to those years that I had spent as a camper. I hope that this year, we, as a Machane, will discover new things about ourselves and continue to develop our connection to Israel and the Jewish people. We are busy working on amazing and new programs for camp this year, and I cannot wait make this the FINEST summer yet!

If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact me at roshmosh5776@gmail.com.

Looking forward to see you all soon!

Kol Tuv!
Daniel Gofine