Last Friday afternoon, an audience gathered at the waterfront for an hour of aquatic entertainment—Bogrim’s synchronized swimming show. This year’s theme was the World Cup, with each Bogrim swimming class representing a country and performing a synchronized swimming routine based on that country. The classes represented their countries—ranging from Mexico to Iran to Ghana—through their music and costume choices. Special guest judges rated their performances based on the difficulty and execution of the routine, how well they represented their country, and how much their performance was actually synchronized swimming and not just dancing around in the water. The Bogrim campers performed with smiles on their faces while everyone watching cheered them on. It was a great example of the creative programming that happens here at Ramah.