Religion (Karl Bernstein)

May 15, 2016

     I was a camper in the NEW D-3 (Kunatah) mess hall in 1946 when the camp was brand new.  The mess hall had not yet been stained and the wood had it's light natural color.

 
    This was a kosher dining hall. I recall that we said grace in Hebrew both before AND after each meal.  On Friday evening, the Rabbi's wife would light candles in the mess hall and cut a challah.
 
    Year later, when I was on the D-1 staff, Rabbi Goodman would invite the older staff (above 18) to his cabin on Friday evening where his wife would make a small kaddish.  How we loved that sweet wine!

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