CIT Reunions Summer 2022June 24, 2022 - July 29, 2022
1101 Peppertree Lane
Brandeis, CA 93064
We are thrilled to be hosting CIT Reunions for the following years during Summer 2022:
CITs of the 1950s & 1960s Decade, CIT 1970, CIT 1971, CIT 1972, CIT 1980, CIT 1981, CIT 1982, CIT 1990, CIT 1991, CIT 1992, CIT 2000, CIT 2001, CIT 2002, CIT 2010, CIT 2011, CIT 2012
Join us for a classic Camp Alonim Shabbat Evening to celebrate your CIT reunion! To arrange your Shabbat visit, please click your reunion link below and fill out the Eventbrite RSVP form as soon as possible — before we sell out or registration closes.
We can’t wait to welcome back to your “home away from home”!
All CIT Reunions during Summer 2022 will occur on Friday evenings.
Shabbat is a great time to experience the energy, warmth, and unique spirit that exist at Camp Alonim. We invite you to arrive at camp at between 4:00 – 4:30 pm. There will be a Schmooze and Socialize “hour” between 4:00 and 4:45 pm to reconnect with your fellow CITs and enjoy light refreshments. The group will proceed together to Kabbalat Shabbat services beginning at 5:00pm. A delicious dinner will follow at approximately 6:30, followed by a soulful song session at 8:00 and, at around 8:45, our unparalleled tradition of Israeli folk dancing. The evening concludes for guests at 10:00 p.m.
All reservations are non-refundable. Should the unlikely event occur that we cancel the reunion due to COVID-19 precautions, we will refund all reservations.
Questions? Please contact us at email@example.com.
Camp Alonim’s COVID-19 related Policies: Camp Alonim asks our visitors and guests to join in safeguarding our community against the spread of COVID-19. American Jewish University’s updated COVID-19 policy requires visitors and patrons to our campus to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. To enter our campus, please bring a photo ID and proof of vaccination, either your physical vaccination card, a picture of your vaccination card, or a digital vaccination record. All California residents may request a digital vaccination record at myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov. Please upload your proof of vaccination against COVID-19 here in advance of your CIT reunion.
Those who need a reasonable exemption for medical reasons must reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org before May 1, 2022 to seek an exemption to this policy. All exemptions will be reviewed by our Camp Alonim medical committee and may not be granted.
An additional precaution of providing proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to entering our campus may be required for all guests.
Masks are required for all visitors, regardless of vaccination status. Per local Department of Health regulations, attendees will be required to wear masks when indoors. Attendees must also wear masks outdoors when physical distancing from campers cannot be maintained.
COVID-19 related policies and protocols are subject to change and any changes will be communicated to registered guests as soon as possible.
What do I do if the cost of attending is prohibitive to my attending the reunion? Please reach out to us at email@example.com if the cost of a ticket would mean you would not be financially able to attend your CIT Reunion. We want every Alonimer to be able to return to Peppertree Lane for their reunion and will work with you to ensure attending the reunion is financially viable for you. We encourage attendees who are able to contribute to support their fellow CITs who may need assistance by adding the $25 “Sponsor Half a Ticket for a Fellow CIT” to their cart to contribute to our ability to welcome every Alonimer back to their camp reunion this summer.
Do Alonimers still wear all-white clothing on Shabbat? Yes. Guests visiting on Shabbat should wear white clothing. White shorts are fine. Belts and shoes do not have to be white.
What do I do if I can’t arrive by 4:30? Arrive whenever you can. Just follow the signs to park in the parking lot behind Fligelman and walk up to camp.
Can I arrive early? We appreciate your eagerness to spend time at camp, but we ask that you not arrive early.
Where do I sit for services? There will be open seats for guests at the back of the all camp services.
Why aren’t services being held in the Rec Hall? The Rec Hall is too small to fit the number of campers who now attend camp, not to mention everyone who is visiting. The Rec Hall is still used for camp programs and activities.
Where do I sit for dinner? There will be reserved tables for guests in the old Dining Hall.
Can I visit a bunk or see the CIT area while I’m at camp? We ask that you not enter places where our campers, CITs, or staff members reside.
Is Shabbat at Camp Alonim a wondrous experience that we can’t wait to share with you? It sure is!
Questions? Please call us in the office at (877) 225-6646.