Summer funPreschoolers learn Hebrew while playing with Hebrew letter blocks during Akiba Academy’s Camp Kulanu. | Photo: Molly Aaron A story has campers’ undivided attention during a session of Torah Day School’s Camp Kesher. | Photo: Becky Udman It’s girls’ day in at Camp Shemesh at the Ann and Nate Levine Academy. | Photo: Molly AaronChildren at Torah Day School’s Camp Kesher are all smiles as they’re photographed doing a project. | Photo: Becky Udman Everyday furniture and cups provide endless enjoyment for campers at Camp Shemesh at the Ann and Nate Levine Academy. | Photo: Molly Aaron Reese Cohen plays at the Rubin Family Playground with “windbags” they made in discovery at the Aaron Family JCC’s Camp Simcha. | Photo: Lisa Rothberg Who says there’s no running in the halls? These Camp Kulanu preschoolers are doing just that at Akiba Academy. | Photo: Molly Aaron Camp Chai campers enjoy the woods at the Aaron Family JCC Naturescape. | Photo: Lisa Rothberg Campers at the Aaron Family JCC’s sports camp start a game of dodgeball. | Photo: Lisa Rothberg They’re not acting out a scene from one of any number of TV sitcoms, but a Camp Shemesh girl remains calm while the boys play around at the Ann and Nate Levine Academy. | Photo: Molly Aaron Yael Goldstein and Ava Haviv splash around in the wading pool during Camp Kesher at the Torah Day School of Dallas. | Photo: Becky Udman Post published:July 5, 2012Post category:FeaturedPost comments:0 CommentsRead more articles Previous Post‘Reject’ Bible is a longtime companion Next PostGeorge Washington’s letter to synagogue on exhibit You Might Also Like Deli-ghtful! Man on a mission to save the Jewish deli November 26, 2009 New year, new you: JFS’ career services offers many resources for job seekers January 18, 2018 Dallas Jewish community mourns officers July 14, 2016Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to commentEnter your email address to commentEnter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.