Campers in Bogrim are entering 9th grade, which means for most of them they are also getting ready to start high school. High school means more responsibility, and the Bogrim summer is about helping the campers navigate the idea of more responsibility. Highlights of the Bogrim summer include opportunities to engage more deeply in their Jewish heritage through innovative programming, performance of an awesome play and the extended camping and hiking trip in the Porcupine Mountains of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Jeremy Fineberg (Rosh Bogrim): One of my favorite things about working with Bogrim is just the energy that they put into everything. They have so much fun being together and it's great to be able to watch that and watch them as they grow.