Marks JCH camper challenges himself on the low ropes course.
JCC Association to partner with the Marks JCH of Bensonhurst
On this day, the Marks JCH officially unveiled the remaning of their gymnasium as the “Ben Cammarata Gymnasium”. Brooklyn Borough President, Marty Markowitz, and Marks JCH Executive Director, Alex Budnitsky, presented Mr. Cammarata with this special recognition in front of JCH’s Youth who are the ones directly benefiting from his charitable contributions.
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This summer will be my older child's 4th summer and my younger child's 2nd summer. There's a reason why we keep signing on to this summer camp - we are very happy with it!
Marks JCH summer camp is truly the best in Brooklyn - their model is copied by other camps, but no one can replicate Marks JCH. They are super organized, very safe, their trips are amazing and the Jewish theme awesomely completes the whole experience. They have a ton of arts / sports activities to make it fun for any type of kids, whether artistic or athletic. The organization is run very well - every minute is planned for, every child is accounted, every trip has enough staff to look after kids. We love the daily morning routine and the Israeli staff are awesome. We are excited to be going back! Two thumbs up!
Since 1927, the Marks JCH has been the hub of activity for millions of people. Throughout the year, programs and services are offered for young and old alike...and we don't forget about everyone in between! Our highly trained professional staff works together to create activities and services designed with you in mind.On behalf of Marks JCH Summer Day Camp, it is my pleasure to give you a tour and an introduction to summer 2015 at the “J.” Our camp is 88 years old – it was one of the first programs that were instituted at Marks JCH upon building completion. And there is a good reason for that – we always believed that camp is a crucial part of a child’s life. Camp is where children learn how to play soccer and paint; it is a safe environment where each child can make a friend; where growth is nurtured and development is a constant process; where identity is formed and character is built.