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The Ramah Camping Movement launches RamahDate

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Posted: Wednesday, May 20, 2015 10:00 am

The Ramah Camping Movement recently launched RamahDate, a partnership between JDate and the Ramah Camping Movement that will connect online Ramah alumni who are 18 and older and “share the passion for vibrant Jewish life that characterizes the Camp Ramah experience,” according to a press release. RamahDate is a project of Reshet Ramah, Ramah’s alumni and community engagement network.

“At Ramah, people find community and develop a strong Jewish identity and a commitment to living Jewishly,” Rabbi Abigail Treu, Ramah’s director of Community Outreach and Adult Engagement said in the release. “RamahDate is one more tool that our movement can use to support our alumni in a pathway of involvement in Jewish life throughout all stages of their lives.”

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