"In the staff lounge [one] night, someone had put on some ridiculous kung fu movie but it became the perfect venue for us to sit next to each other," Sara, 26, said.
"The moment I knew it was something real was when he reached out to hold my hand during the movie.
Lisa and Larry are one of countless married couples who met at camp.
“There have been a significant number over the years,” confirms Larry Zeitz, director of Willow Grove Day Camp in Willow Grove, PA.
No matter where we were, the adventures we had made us feel free and happy.
We welcomed dirty hands and skinned knees, because we played as kids do…with authentic joy pouring from our hearts.
“We are a family to many generations of campers who will tell you that their camp friends have been their lifelong friends.” Camp fosters a deep sense of community that provides the framework for all types of relationships and interactions — including romance.
You will have to wait about 48 hours to see the full rainbow, but beautiful things take time!
In the summer of 1984, Lisa Singer and Larry Ashery met at Camp Harlam. Deep breath — this isn’t a tale of matrimony between minors.
At the time, Lisa was song leader at the Reform Jewish overnight camp in Kunkletown, PA, and Larry, a fellow counselor and college student.
One week into camp ("In camp time, a day is like a week, a week is like a month, etc.," Sara said), Sara kept telling her fellow counselors that someone should really hook up with Jeremy, now 27.
Then they made it official (or at least, official in camp terms).