Camp Kadimah: The Story Of Our Lives
In 1943, Camp Kadimah was established to meet the needs of the Jewish community of Atlantic Canada, and over the years, it has truly become an international camp. Camp Kadimah is owned and operated by the Atlantic Jewish Council. It was first a community camp, bringing together Jewish youth from across the four Atlantic Canadian Provinces summer after summer. The magnificent property on the shores of Lake William in Barss Corner, Nova Scotia – nestled inside historic Lunenburg County – has seen up to three generations of youth (some from the same family) experience its unmatched hospitality and incredible “ruach”.