It is hard to believe the last full day of camp has finally come to a close. This morning started with calisthenics, which were followed by breakfast. After breakfast, we had a Sabbath service, with Dr. Michael Herts and Robert Walter leading the liturgy. One of the campers carried the Torah during the Torah procession. This morning’s worship time was very energetic, followed by a great message from Scott Schwartz on the legacy of boldness while he challenged us to follow the call of Messiah. After our worship time, the steeplechase game began. This game involved the whole camp, and the relay games were won by the orange team. After lunch and a time of rest, the campers worked on their color war songs, and there was a chalk drawing contest. For the camp-wide game, they had fun with the slip and slide, water balloons, and corn starch balls. Do not try this at home! After that, the campers had some free time where they could go to the gym, head to the pool, or just relax. Evening dinner was a cook-out with burgers, hot dogs, and chicken sandwiches. After a sweet time of worship, the evening service included cabin skits; the oldest boys’ group gave an outstanding performance. The color war skits were also great, and the winner of this week’s color war was the purple team, thanks to so many of them memorizing their bonus Bible verses. The evening ended with a campfire, s’mores, and great fellowship! The campers will be missed as they head home to their families tomorrow morning. Everyone is looking forward to Kesher Ice (winter Kesher) and next year’s summer camp!