We are proud to partner with COJECO for this all inclusive weekend. COJECO (Council of Jewish Émigré Community Organizations) is the central hub of the Russian-speaking Jewish community in the New York tri-state area. This program will be designed with a focus on the unique interests of the Russian-speaking Jewish families and will have bi-lingual staff. This event is for families with young children ages 8 and under. We warmly welcome you.
Cojeco reduced rate
$214 per adult $146 per child
We are extremely fortunate to be able to offer a reduced rate for first time families joining this program in 2022 of $720 per family through the generosity of the FJC and a grant from the Maimonides Foundation. The adjusted adult rate is $214 per person and $146 for kids ages 3 – 17. Infants to 2 years old are free.
The regular price is $1,100 for a family of four or $308 per adult and $242 per youth.
For more information on COJECO or questions about this JFAM weekend, please contact Alina Bitel at email@example.com.
Scholarships are available for families who require additional financial assistance. Please contact Laurie at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about financial assistance.
Our price is all inclusive and includes all housing, meals, and activities throughout the weekend.
Dates and Registration
2022 dates: Friday, June 3, 2022 until Sunday, June 5, 2022
Registration is now open. Please register now to ensure a spot for you and your family.
We welcome families to our beautiful facility in Wayne County, PA to celebrate our core Jewish values: being kind to others, taking care of our health, and welcoming new members of the community. Spending a weekend at Camp Zeke will bring Jewish families together for a joyful Jewish experience, and give your children opportunities to make friends with other Jewish kids. Families will take part in Jewish rituals, celebrate Jewish values, and create new family traditions. We will provide healthy, gourmet meals with a variety of options for our guests of all ages. Participants should expect a weekend filled with great food, enriching activities, and new friendships.
Covid Policies and safety
Knowing that our Family Camp weekends are happening at different times during the year and that the COVID landscape is rapidly changing, we will adapt our COVID protocols so that we provide the safest environment possible. Outdoor dining under a tent will always be an option. We will determine our specific pre-weekend testing and masking procedures as each weekend gets closer, based on the CDC guidelines, Pennsylvania regulations, and other important public health guidance. At this time, a COVID vaccine is not required to attend the weekend.
Our campers have made thousands of friendships, millions of memories, and lifelong skills in athletics, cooking, and joyful Judaism. We are proudly supported by:
We are fully accredited by the American Camp Association
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