Airplane Breaks Out Color War At Camp Ahavas Torah

pic1PHOTOS & VIDEO of Color War breakout at Camp Ahavas Torah this afternoon. Children playing in the field were stunned to see an Airplane carrying a banner with their Camp’s name on it. The Banner read ‘Color War At Camp Ahavas Torah’. The Camp is located at the Tashbar Yeshivah building.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Internet is ASSUR, colored shirts are ASSUR but wasting money on flying planes to show that we are the “Hottest” camp is OK???
    Is this not missed messages that are corrupting so many teens these days.

  2. How far have we gone? This is such a great camp, with great boys and an awesome staff. But couldn’t they think of a more economical way to usher in the hieligeh color war? Maybe I’m too old and have lost touch. But why waste so much money when so many yingeliet are struggling? Can someone explain this to me? What are the heads of the camp thinking? What positive message is being sent by literally throwing out money for no reason?

  3. I know nothing about the camp, but every time someone does something there’s got to be SOMEBODY who is critical. Mind your own business! if you think they are wasting their money… so what!?! They can do what they want with their money, yes THEIR money. So mind your own business!

  4. The way I see it is that the camps collect the camp tuition from the parents. Either they can keep a bigger profit for themselves and spend less on the kids, or give themselves a smaller profit margin in exchange for the kids having an unforgettable summer. Please explain why anyone would prefer the first?

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