Adult camp weekend lures Tawonga alumni to woods

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Activities included hiking, arts and crafts, and swimming, as well as creative writing workshops and Shabbat services. Unscheduled events ranged from campers "wandering around and looking for [their] names on plaques and marveling at the new buildings to finding [their] old cabins and walking around with lanterns," said Tawonga Associate Director Deborah Newbrun. "For a lot of people, it was the first time back at camp in 10 years."