Finding the Answers to Life’s Biggest Questions
By Rabbi Billy Dreskin, Woodlands Community Temple
Last November, as soon as I heard there was going to be a new URJ camp, 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy, I wrote to its director, Greg Kellner, and asked if I could serve on his first faculty. There are a couple of reasons why I jumped at the opportunity to be part of this community.
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The Jewish Connection: The Scientists, The Innovators, and Me
By Rabbi Debbi Bravo, North Shore Synagogue
What a pleasure it has been to be a part of the inaugural faculty at URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy this summer. Watching a thought on paper become a live, exciting, interactive organism that continues to develop and expand as each moment and hour passes has truly been extraordinary.
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Building a Kehillah Kedosha
By Cindy Petrak, Camp Nurse
Running through my head are my current roles: a member of this beautiful, brand-new community, the camp nurse, and mother of Andrew, a 6 Points Sci-Tech camper. Technically speaking, he is the first ever camper here at URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy because he has been here with me since Tuesday when we started staff training.
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