Organic, gluten-free and locally sourced food — now available at Jewish summer campFebruary 7, 2018
“I think a lot of families are really focused on healthy living at home, and they are looking for camps that reflect those values in the camp,” said Isaac Mamaysky, who serves as the camp’s director with his wife, Lisa.
At Camp Zeke, the canteen offers a smoothie bar and trail mix instead of the traditional candy and chips. Campers can participate in a variety of exercise programs, such as yoga, martial arts, dance and climbing. And while kids still eat traditional camp offerings, such as pizza and chicken wings, they are made in healthy ways.
“We serve many of the things that you would find in other camps, it’s just they don’t come out of a box, they’re not frozen, and we’re making them from scratch and we’re making them in the healthiest possible way,” Mamaysky said.
Camp Zeke also caters to kids with food restrictions and has a separate chef dedicated to their needs.
18 Up-And-Comers To Watch In The Camp IndustrySeptember 23, 2017
“At Camp Zeke in Lakewood, PA, campers are encouraged to celebrate and embrace a healthy and vibrant lifestyle. Throughout the summer, students learn all the skills for leading a more healthful life – from yoga, to organic cooking, to mindfulness. What’s more, the camp’s picturesque and quiet lakefront location is the ideal spot to relax.”
1,800+ Attend 43rd Annual Westchester Jewish Music & Arts FestivalAugust 22, 2017
WHITE PLAINS, NY — More than 1,800 people attended the 43rd Annual Westchester Jewish Music & Arts Festival Sunday, August 20 at the Kensico Dam Plaza in Valhalla. In addition, Israeli dancing by Camp Zeke, was led by Cantor Uri Aqua throughout the day.
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