Monday, February 15, 2010


Last summer in camp we had a big learning mivtzah. That makes it sound more chassidish. Really it's the same Tzivos Hashem booklets that every CGI has.
We printed our own CGI Dollars on cardstock, and this was the currency used to buy lots of goodies throughout the summer. There were $1, $5, $20, and $100 bills.

One morning a boy in one of the younger bunks brings in CGI Dollars that look a little suspicious. You know how little kids will tell you anything? This boy nonchalantly told us that his mother made them. In all the years of camp, this was the first counterfeiting crime that we had seen.