Category: economics

The Price of Summertime Fun – or – the Real Cost of Camp

Summer is here, and I’ve been thinking about camp. For Jews, summer camp is a long standing institution full of first loves, bug bites, bug juice, Israeli shlichim, a modicum of Hebrew, bunks, s’mores, and Friday night services. People seem to love camp. Adults often recall their years at summer camp with some affection, kids look forward to camp all… Read more →

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