KIDDUSH HASHEM: Water Park Employee Has Incredible Message About Campers At Camp Ruach Cleveland [VIDEO]

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On Monday, Camp Ruach Cleveland (CRC) rented out Clay’s Water Resort in Ohio.

The weather was great, and a fun time was had by all.

While the camp was packing up and loading the boys onto the buses to head home, the head lifeguard remarked to a staff member that they look forward each year to the group coming to the water park.

He said there are no groups of similar ages who behave so nicely, are so well mannered and follow directions.

He was asked if he would mind saying that for the camera, which he obliged, and the video is published below:

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Wow, ישראל אשר בך אתפאר!

    כמותם ירבו בישראל
    !

    Maybe they can teach others to act similarly, so we have more such occurrences, and not, ח”ו, the opposite.

    חזק ואמץ
    !

  2. Very nice! B’H, my kids camps get the same comments all the time from the attractions they go to. We can be proud of our children from all camps all over from cleveland to lakewood for the kiddush hashem they make!

  3. Wow! What a breath of fresh air amongst all these sad stories …

    Keep up the good work Cleveland, you are an inspiration to all of us !

  4. I recently had a situation where I made a large purchase that qualified me for a discount if I presented a coupon, but I didn’t have it on me. I asked the checkout clerk if I could bring it in later and get a refund – I described which coupon it was and the exact amount of the discount. She knew just what it was but said that I needed to give her the coupon during checkout. I shrugged, said, “Oh well,” and proceeded to check out my purchase. She felt really badly although I didn’t say another word, and asked me if I’d be able to hand it to her personally the next day and specified when her shift was. I said fine, and she deducted the coupon amout – just on my word! That very day, I made my way back and handed it to her while she was still on her shift. She smiled at me and said, “I know who to trust.” It made me feel proud to be an obviously frum woman because that trust was not based on my personal interaction with her – she didn’t know me from Adam – but on her experiences with frum people. I’ve had other similar experiences, but it does bring home the point that we must always behave in an exemplary, honest and caring way to engender that kind of positive view of people who are shomrei Torah u’mitzvos.