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Edenic Camp Opens Upstate

First Jewish green summer solace

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Today marks the opening of the ambitiously named Eden Village Camp, in Putnam Valley, New York (about 50 miles north of the City, in Putnam County). Billing itself “The Green Dream of Jewish Summer Camp,” it says it is a “first-of-its-kind non-profit Jewish environmental overnight camp for 3rd –12th graders.”

According to an email blast, the camp benefited from a competitive $1.1 million Foundation for Jewish Camp and Jim Joseph Foundation grant; the site and a $1.6 million renovation from UJA-Federation of New York; Natan; and hundreds of individual donors.

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szilvia bitton says:

Please send us info on camp.

szilvia bitton says:

Please send us info on camp

hope you will write more articles soon.

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Edenic Camp Opens Upstate

First Jewish green summer solace

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