Beautiful weather, new equipment, and an exciting schedule all contributed to making Sydney’s two-week winter camp the most successful one to date.
The camp, run by the Tzemach Tzedek Community Centre in Sydney is geared to provide boys ages 7-12 with a constructive way to spend their mid-winter break.
Camp Director Shmuly Horowitz credits the counselors as the main reason campers went home every day with a smile.
“As every camp director knows,” Shmuly explains, “the most significant factor in the success of a camp is the quality of their staff. This season we have been truly blessed to have had a dedicated team, guaranteeing every day was memorable.”
In addition to a robust learning schedule, the camp went on numerous field trips including racing in Dixon Park, golfing on the fields of Centennial Park, orbiting space in the Powerhouse, shooting lasers, then pins, on Sydney Harbour.
The program ended with the announcement of the winners of color war.