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June 4 2023
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?
"This ain't for the faint of hearts"
- HP, Plugah 94'-95'
SUNDAY JUNE 4
10am - 5pm
Inviting all (men & women) for a day of fun competition to help prepare camp's site for summer 2023
+ an opportunity to show off your Plugah skills*
Site volunteer work
Enjoy camp grounds
*zero Plugah experience or skills required
All are welcome, programming geared towards age 10+
10:15am-1:30am Plugah Palooza Activities
3:00pm-5:00pm Enjoy Site
The Man, The Legend
Judge of the Plugah Palooza Golden Plunger Competition
Celebrating Vince's retirement after
of exceptional contribution & service to
"Get er' done" - VR
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Thanks for giving so many of our Camp staff their first opportunity to experience the satisfaction of building, fixing and maintaining physical spaces. They learned about the tremendous pride of serving the Camp with their own two hands, some well-loved tools and very old trucks. You showed them how to work in teams, while having loads of fun. Thank you for opening new career opportunities for many of our staff who would otherwise never have gained this exposure. Wishing you a well-deserved retirement with Karen and your whole family.
- Rena (Current Vaad Vice Chair) & Yehuda Nickerson ('85, '86, '88, '89, '91, '92) Gav Nickerson and Tiferet Nickerson-Lekowsky (each have too many years to count)
Vince, Your contribution to Camp Moshava will live on forever!.
I remember coming to come one day in the spring. Nobody was around but I saw your truck near the old girls shower house. You had jacked up the building with what looked to me, like a flimsy car jack. You were under the cabin trying to level the building . All I could think about was the scene from the Wizard of Oz, when the building falls on the wicked witch....and all you see are her legs hanging out! Thankfully the shower house was levelled and you were safe!
You have been part of the Moshava Family for so long. Best of luck to you and Karen and the entire family. Finally, you can enjoy the summer.
Vince, It's been a true honour and pleasure to work for you during the last two summers. Between working on the yearly plugah projects, laughing at Eli, Abie and I for our failed attempts to fix the shekem roof, and giving us motorcycle rides, you've given me endless memories and skills to take with me into the future. Best of luck to you and your family!
Where do I begin? 15 years of working together and not a harsh word passed between us. I am so lucky that I got to work with such a dedicated man who never said no (even when i banged on your door at all hours of the night). I wish you and Karen only happiness and good health and remember - raccoons are our friends 😉
Vince, wow 30+ years. I feel so grateful to have worked with you at acamp. You really are a legend!
All the best,
Becky Zendel Berliner
Vince, thank you for being able to fix anything and everything. But thank you the most for your kindness, your calmness and your friendship. You will
be missed. All the best
What a legend you have been Vince. Hands of an angel and patience of a saint. Thanks for putting up with me and my fellow Plugah-ers all these years. Camp wouldn't be camp without you. Howie
VINNNNNCCCEEEEEE! enjoy your retirement !! You (and Karen) deserve it!! Much Love, T.K. and Yossi! Ill misss you neighbor!
Congratulations Vince! Thirty years is an amazing achievement, so thankful that Moshava was able to have you for so long. You have been a true role model for so many. All the best to you, Karen, and your whole family.
Dearest Vince. Thank you for being a great boss and friend during the summer of 1996 when I worked plugah with Howie and Tova. You taught me how to shingle a roof and gave me my first motocycle ride. I wish you all the best!
Sincerely, Joe Krasman