Gateways Pesach Retreat · Monday April 10, 2017 to Tuesday April 18, 2017 · Hilton Hotel, Stamford, CT|info@gatewayspesach.org
Day Camp 2016-12-28T20:20:58+00:00

Day Camp and Teen Program

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The Gateways Children’s Program has earned its’ well known reputation for an atmosphere of excitement and joy due to their handpicked group of skilled and dedicated staff who are committed to creating a memorable experience for all children under their care. These vibrant and highly qualified counselors and camp directors work tirelessly to create a program that combines stimulating educational activities with exhilarating games, and thrilling off site trips with exciting in-house entertainment.

The Gateways Children’s Program is subdivided into the Pre-School Division which offers childcare for children ages eighteen months to five years old, the Day Camp Division which provides programming for elementary school age children, and the Teen Division which stimulates the young adults through thought provoking and interactive events. All Children’s Program activities and outings are timed to coincide with Gateways lectures, thereby enabling parents the freedom to enjoy the adult program, shows, and hotel amenities. Limited private babysitting services are also available, after hours, for a nominal fee and with arrangements made during registration.

These highly skilled individuals, plus their capable and caring staff of counselors are the recipe of success that guarantee an innovative, interesting, and inimitable Gateways Children’s Program that youngsters of all ages can savor.

We will have fully stocked games rooms available for the kids enjoyment throughout Pesach including ping pong tables, air hockey and pool.

Our cadre of speakers including Rabbis Becher, Shippel, Rubinstein, Goldwasser and others will provide a Teen Program that is geared to inform, challenge and invigorate the young adults who spend time with us. When it comes to the young adults who attend a Gateways Seminar, our motto is, “We do not fit the teens into our program; we fit the program to our teens.”

Rabbi Avi Frank
Rabbi Avi FrankCamp Director
Rabbi Avi Frank, the camp director, leads a busy life as a Rebbe in Yeshiva Spring Valley (Monsey, NY) in the mornings, Principal of Telshe Riverdale in the afternoon, and director of Camp Agudah Midwest during the summer. In his rare spare time Rabbi Frank directs a Pirchei and hosts Shabbatons for various youth groups, which is why Avi Frank has found his perfect niche as Director of the Gateways Children’s Program.
Mrs. Tziri Frank
Mrs. Tziri FrankBabysitting Coordinator
Mrs. Tziri Frank, is the program director for MISHMERES, a high school based program for the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation, and is well known for a long and distinguished career motivating, inspiring and educating children of all ages. She is best known for using her creative talents on TIC Talk, the Teen Inspiration and Chizuk hotline for high school girls, FRANKLY SPEAKING, a well known humor column published in several publications, and NIGHT OF THE STARS, original song, dance and drama productions starring the Day Hab participants of Chesed 24/7. Mrs. Frank joins her husband, Avi, and their wonderful children as Babysitting Coordinator for this Gateways retreat.
Rabbi Dovid Libman
Rabbi Dovid LibmanMasmidim Rebbe
Rabbi Libman is the much loved and well respected fourth grade Rebbe at Hebrew Academy of Long Beach (5 Towns, NY) where he has built a reputation for knowing how to reach out and connect to children. In his free time time Rabbi Libman will always be found in the midst of a large pile of sefarim. Combining these two qualities together makes the Masmidim Program at Gateways Children’s Program the success that it is.
Mrs. Brocha Moldaver
Mrs. Brocha MoldaverPre-School Program Director
Mrs. Brocha Moldaver implements and executes all aspects of the Gateways Pre-School Program. Her warm and vibrant personality enable her to simultaneously entertain children in educational fun Yom Tov spirit while her competent expertise with children and engaging people skills endear her to the parents as well. The smooth success of the Gateways Day Camp is due in a large part to Brocha’s influence and interaction with counselors, staff, and guests alike. Brocha and her family live in the New Hempstead section of Monsey where Brocha works full time in wig and hair design.