As Young Shluchim count down the days until the start of the Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camp in Lake Worth, FL, the Shluchim Office announces the head staff for the girls division.
With only a few weeks left until the Girls Session of the Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camp in Lake Worth, Florida, the Shluchim Office announces the head staff for the girls division.
Young Shluchos are counting down the days until camp, where they get to spend quality time in a warm, chassidishe, fun environment together with fellow Shluchos from around the world. It is a treasured opportunity for kids in remote places on Shlichus, who look forward all year to the camp.
“She had so much fun, in a beautiful chassidishe atmosphere, with counselors and head staff who were amazing role models!” wrote Mrs. Devorah Leah Yaras, Shlucha to Rochester, New York, after her daughter’s experience last year. “They gave her so much individualized attention, making sure she was happy, giving her an added sense of pride in her role as a Young Shlucha.”
The girls division will be directed by Mrs. Mushka Minsky with head counselors Chana Paltiel and Zelda Minsky. Joining them is a talented group of staff including Simi Greenberg, Chavi Swued, Chana Levertov, Mushkie Hecht, Chana Grossbaum, Shterni Hami, Bracha Barber, and Sorole Golumb.
“The amazing staff have been hard at work, creating an incredible program for the Young Shluchos,” shared Mrs. Mushka Minsky. “With everything that’s going on in the world, we can’t wait to give them a fun, safe and meaningful experience!”
Following Covid guidelines of health professionals, camp will take place from 6 Teves / December 21st until 15 Teves December 30th. With registration for the girls session almost full, parents looking to take advantage of this amazing opportunity can register at youngshluchim.org.
Machane Berel and Machane Rivka Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camp is a project of The Shluchim Office. The Shluchim Office and the Young Shluchim division honor the memory of Rabbi Don Yoel Levy A”H of OK Kosher organization, a longtime sponsor of this worthy cause.
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