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A camp counselor plays the guitar and leads children in singing at Camp Butwin in Minnesota in 1962. University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives hide caption

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To save Jewish culture, American Jews turned to summer camp

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Covid-19 infections in New York City are climbing for the first time in months as the delta variant gains traction and vaccination rates in some boroughs remain stubbornly low. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The CDC has softened its guidance for how to operate summer camps for kids this year. Children 12 and older can get the COVID-19 vaccine. Here, a health care worker administers a vaccine dose to a teenager in Miami. Eva Marie Uzcategui/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released new guidance detailing steps summer camps should take to prevent and respond to COVID-19 infections. Brandon Chew/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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Camp Robin Hood in Freedom, N.H., was one of the few around the country to offer a summer sleepover camp. This fall, it's offering a program where students can live and attend classes remotely. Jacob Spiers/Camp Robin Hood hide caption

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Class Without Coronavirus: Students Take Schoolwork To Sleepaway Camp

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Wiley James, 10, prepares a meal as part of an online cooking camp run by a chef in Austin, Texas. Ben James/NPR hide caption

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A Cooking Camp Chef's Recipe For Remote Education: Make It Ambitious

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Campers with Williams syndrome on stage at the Grand Ole Opry performing their original song, "I Love Big," with country artist Chris Young in front of a crowd of thousands. Emily Siner/WPLN hide caption

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Country Music And Brain Research Come Together At Nashville Summer Camp

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Neil Cohen, who died at age 72. One of his books, The Law of Probation and Parole, has been cited by the Supreme Court. Courtesy of Riva Nelson hide caption

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Remembering 'Captain' Neil Cohen, Summer Camp Counselor And Sage

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