Important Registration Update
Posted December 8, 2016 by Camp Chi
As the winter weather settles in, we hope you are staying warm with the thoughts of summer at Camp Chi. With early registration ending with the highest number of registrations yet, many of our villages will soon move to wait lists!
There are less than 6 spaces remaining in the following villages:
- Yeladim Bet Girls & Boys (4th/5th grades) | 2 Weeks
- Kadima Bet Girls (6th/7th grades) | 2 Weeks
- Shoreshim Boys (4th/5th grades) | Session 2
- Tsofim Girls (6th grade) | Session 1
- Tsofim Girls & Boys (6th grade) | Session 2
- Chalutzim Girls (7th grade) | Session 2
- Habo Girls (8th grade)| Session 2
- Habo Boys (8th grade) | Session 1 and Session 2
Last call for PNW. Only 3 spaces remain.
- PNW Trip (9th/10th grades) | 5 Weeks
After these programs fill,
December News from the Chi Family
Posted December 6, 2016 by Camp Chi
It’s that time of year again when the leaves have fallen and the snow has started falling. We have some exciting news from the Chi Family to share with you all.
We have had quite a few b’nai mitzvot over the last month. We wish a huge mazel tov and shout out to Kate Sternfeld, Zach Elkes (and his sisters), Rebecca Gross, Haley Fox, Noa Yedlin and Alexa Whitehead. We are so proud of all of your hard work!
David Kohn got engaged to Samantha Salstone, and Josh Gibbs popped the question to Ashley Abramowicz.
Megan Moore McNally and her husband, John, welcomed future Chi all-star camper, Daniel, to their family on November 15th.
Mazel tov, Stacey Cohen, excuse us, DOCTOR Stacey Cohen on receiving a fellowship at UCLA medical school! If you ever want to come back and work as one of our doctors on call,
Break Out of the Ordinary for Spring Break
Posted December 1, 2016 by Camp Chi
Are you looking for something to do over spring break? Do you want to learn a new skill that you can use for the rest of your life?
This spring, March 27-31, Camp Chi is offering BreakAway, five amazing specialties for current 8th-10th grades. These programs will give you the chance to work with professionals on a variety of unique skills.
The best part… if you and your friends are interested in different specialties, but still want to spend Spring Break together, BreakAway gives you the ability to spend the week doing what you love, and spend meals and evenings with your friends in a host of other activities and field trips. Also, no prior experience is necessary for any of these programs!
Cooking Workshop: Do you love cooking and creating new recipes? Have you never cooked a meal in your life,
Where Are They Now: Alana Woolley
Posted November 29, 2016 by Camp Chi
Hello Chi Friends!
From 2002 to 2015, I spent every summer in the most special place on earth as a camper, counselor, SIT staff and village leader. Writing to you now as an alumna feels very strange, considering camp still feels like a big presence in my life even though I don’t spend my summers there anymore. My camp friends are still my best friends, and the skills and confidence I developed at camp are what have landed me every leadership role and job since. To top it off, I now have the pleasure of watching all of my old campers grow into caring, confident, and successful young adults, both in and out of camp!
Since my not-too-distant camp days, I have been living and working in Minneapolis, Minnesota as a video producer for a local food and recipe company. My typical work day involves making silly videos and eating delicious home cooked meals,
Save 20% on Chi Gear
Posted November 25, 2016 by Camp Chi
It’s our first-ever CHIBER Monday Sale!!
With Hanukkah just around the corner, we know that this weekend is a great time for people to start shopping for gifts, and we’ve got you covered! On Monday, November 28, you can save 20% on Chi Gear!
See what’s available in the Chi Gear Store. Use the code CHIBERMONDAY when you check out.
This is a great time to pick up all of your favorite Camp Chi swag to keep you on fleek until the summer.