I hope you and your family are doing well and staying healthy during these challenging times. Our relationship with our Romimu family is most important to us. We are concerned about each and every single camper and staff member and hope that everyone is healthy and doing well.
We are very optimistic that within the next several weeks everything will sort itself out. We are hopeful that before camp begins (in over three months), HaKodesh Boruch Hu will end this tremendous nisayon.
Camp is a beacon of light that campers and staff members anticipate all year long. The ruchniyos, growth, sense of responsibility, feeling of belonging to a greater whole and the friendships that are developed in camp are life changing and leave a deep and positive imprint.
This summer is particularly exciting. We have undertaken huge capital improvement projects – some of our biggest in our 32 year history (see romimu.com/new). We are particularly excited about the upcoming camp season and are fully planning a successful and memorable summer. We are sincerely looking forward to greeting all campers and staff personally.
The safety and health of campers and staff are always the highest priority at camp, and we have a long history of planning for and managing communicable diseases. Our staff will undergo meticulous training and follow all best practices protocols that are developed by our staff of health professionals.
Given the financial strain caused by the corona virus, we have decided not to charge any further payments until after Pesach. Even if you have a scheduled payment between now and Pesach, we will not charge the payment. If you specifically want the payment charged, please let us know.
If, chas v’sholom, we are not permitted to open camp, we will issue a full refund of all monies paid including the deposit and application fees. I do not feel comfortable keeping any payments if camp is, chas v’sholom, unable to open. You will be fully reimbursed.
Wishing you all the best and a Chag Kosher V’Someach. May you have a wonderful and meaningful Yom Tov filled with simcha!