New Facility Video

We are excited about our new facility video! Click to watch the video.

Welcome Rabbi Etan Tannenbaum!

Camp Romimu is pleased to welcome Rabbi Etan Tannenbaum to our amazing staff administration. Rabbi Tannenbaum will be running the Senior Gimmel Division – for boys coming out of seventh grade. Rabbi Tannenbaum is an extremely popular and dynamic mesivta rebbi. He is the Rov of Beis Medrash Zichron Shalom in Kew Gardens Hills.

New Position! Rabbi Chaim Block Program Director

We are excited to announce that Rabbi Chaim Block has accepted the position of Program Director. We are excited that he is bringing his experience and enthusiasm to this new position. He will be in charge of special activities, night activities, intercamp games, and the overall camp schedule. In addition, he will supervise the smooth running of all activities and … Read More

Busy at the Lake

The lake may be frozen over, but there is a lot of activity going on. We are getting ready for the new Aqua Park!

Mazel Tov Pfeiffers

Mazel Tov to Rabbi & Mrs. Shlomo Pfeiffer on the birth of a grandson to Aharon & Rochel Pfeiffer (Beitar Illit) May we share in simchos!

Snow April 30th in camp!

It may have snowed on April 30th but camp is right around the corner and we are looking forward!

Welcome Rabbi Yehuda Hulkower

Camp Romimu is pleased to welcome Rabbi Yehuda Hulkower to our amazing staff administration. Rabbi Hulkower will be running Camp Rom V’Nisah – the most successful teenage program in the camping world. Rabbi Hulkower is multi-talented: An extremely popular rebbi, he is the Special Events and Trip Coordinator in his yeshiva and has served as youth director specializing in recreational … Read More

Updates

Hi Everyone! Pesach is coming up soon and we are very excited. We are also excited that camp is right around the corner. It has been a long winter and there is still a significant amount of snow on the ground in camp! Our website news and alumni page was updated and our plan is to send out updates regularly … Read More