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Happy and Healthy New Year Everyone!!!!
All My Love,
Bette Jane
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Wendy Steinberg
Posted on the 2021-07-27 at 20:00
Was a camper at Tagola in years 1954, 55, 56. My sister was Jo Steinberg. Our parents worked there, Florence and Jack. Girl\'s Camp Mother, Boy\'s Arts and crafts. Lots of memories!
Posted on the 2021-07-27 at 20:00
Hello, my name is Julie and my father, REUBEN DENSON was a camper in 1953, making him 8 years old.  There were probably other years, but that is the only year I can confirm from pictures.  He was from Bayonne, NJ and had a sister named RUTH DENSON.  I have a photo of him playing baseball.  Does anyone remember him or his sister?  He passed away in 1995 and I'd love to find anyone that might have remembered him so I can hear of other's memories of him or possibly see more pictures from his camp days.  You can email me at  Thanks so much, Julie
Gary Gilbert
Posted on the 2021-07-27 at 20:00
Camper-Waiter summer 1965. We worked hard but also
had run of the camp during free time. Group of us lived in
"the huts" behnd the main camper-waiter bunk. There was
a trail back there that led to an 'escape' to the outside
world. Part-way up was a group of transient camp laborers.
I learned quite a bit from them listening to their stories.
One worker had been a boxer, quite visible, and he taught
me how to box, was fun.
I was 16 and was lucky to have the 15 year old girls' table.
Didn't have a clue about talking to young women.
Counseling was minimal, basically kept this rambunctious
group in line.
Richard Nadler
Posted on the 2021-07-27 at 20:00
Hi All, We were talking with some new friends about her family owning a bungalow colony in Monticello. I immediately thought of Ta-go-la. So I googled it and found this website. Great memories as a camper for 3 years and then a waiter for 1; late 50's and early 60's. It was too long ago to say what bunk I was in, but I have a photo of my bunk mates. Not sure where I can upload the photo, but I'll look. 
Ron Hirshon
Posted on the 2019-07-15 at 20:00
I went to Camp Tagola at the age of about 7. I was  I think in bunk 5. I received an All Around Camper Award. I was born in 1939. So that summer at camp is unforgettable!
marsha skalet bressack
Posted on the 2019-07-15 at 20:00
Is that Betty Jane Fishman? What a delightful blast from the past to see your name! 
marsha skalet bressack
Posted on the 2019-07-15 at 20:00
Is that Betty Jane Fishman? What a delightful blast from the past to see your name! 
Ken Wexler
Posted on the 2017-09-12 at 20:00
I went to Tagola from 1962 to 1965. One of the best days of my life was hitting a single in the bottom of the 9th inning to beat Camp Sequoia 1-0. I was never happier. Aside from softball, my favorite activity was sneaking out of camp to go to "Miltie's" a run-doen candy store that looked like it belonged in the Andy Griffith Show!
Debbie Greenberg
Posted on the 2017-02-15 at 19:00
Sadly today we lost a very big part of our TaGoLa family. Lenny Weisenthal you will be missed. That face, smile, and personality. He was a warm, fun, and loving person. So many fond memories  from camp, color wars at your house, birthday parties and just hangin out. Bette, this is a tough one but you were always his Wonder Woman. Stay strong. Thinking of the whole Weisenthal family tonight. Love to all. Debbie
Carol Schwager Kaplan
Posted on the 2017-02-15 at 19:00
Great news.... Camp Reunion Sunday, April 30, 2017 12-4 Pine Hollow Country Club East Norwich, NY email me at: for additional info
Martin Filler
Posted on the 2016-06-05 at 20:00
My first recollections of Tagola are a bit fuzzy as to exact dates. I went as a camper- waiter (what a reacket - pay to work) but they did provide a counselor. that year it was Mickey Winograd who played basketball for Duquesne U. The basketball court was lit and they had some very good intercamp games, some with well known players. I think my first year was 1954 or '55. I remember one of the more creative casmper/waiters found a way from our bunk to some shack that overlooked one of the seniior girls bunk dressing. I think Helen Greenberg was in tht bunk at the time. She was the daughter of one of the camp's owners Sam. I think the camp had more pieces of ownership than a chess set. Helen's older brothers, Norman and Harold were involved. Harold being in charge of some kitcher resonsibility including the waiters. He had a pretty wife, Jane. Norman seemed to come upo on weekends and he too had a very pretty wife. One of the wife's had a really young child and the mischieviious waiters decided to try and teach him his first sentence. It went somethike, Mommy has big ----". Harold thought it was so cute. There were guest facilities on the camp grounds and a guest dinning room. The camper waiters were given turn (to make tipsZ) to work as bus boys in the guest dinning room on some of the weekends. I remember one of the leaders of the waiters was Bitzy Kramer. It seemed many people at the camp were related to the owners one way or another. I remember that it seemed that Mickey Winograd went to sleep early every evening and was often still asleep in the morning.  It was a very good summer and I loved it. The following year I went to Red Cross acquatic school and came back to work at the pool. What a great facility and by the end of the summer they got pretty much everyone swimming. Some campers got additional instruction during the normal rest hour. There were some small rooms at the pool and one of them had a green massage table in it. It was termed "the Green Room" and may have been used for activities other than massage. In fact I do not remember any massages being given there. The head waterfron was Harry Pearlman, an older man, very nice who was a teacher at I believe the high school that taught printing trades,  Those working at the pool had I think a great job and great time. We used to vacuum the pool with some sort of contraption pulled across the bottom of the pool by a rope held,or pulled by us on either side. One of the co Assistant waterfront guys (in addition to myself) was Murray Goldstein, an older guy from my neighborhood and a friend of my older brother. He introduced to to what "it" was all about' He would go over to what were called the Laurel bungalows and I had some of the wildest times of my life there. I also found out why Mickey (the waiter's counselor) went to be so early and was sleeping in the morning. After the waiters went to bed, he would get up , walk over to the Laurels, and party all night at the bungalows, coming back to camp just before dawn. I may have worked at the pool more than one year. I remember my brother had jsut returned from the military and he went with me when I was "interviewed" by the powers that be at Mr. Greenberg's office (26 Court Street?) where he conductedhis accounting practice. They were anxioius to get a veteran for the counselor staff. I think my brother lasted about eight days before he and the camp had enough of each other. They called me in to make sure I would not quit if he left - I didn't. As I said, I got my WSI (WaterSafety Instructor) from the Red cross and went on to be head waterfront at Camp Ranger (the Girl's side) and also at Camp Farrington in New Jersey. I must have really enjoyed the camp life.the waterfron staff were on something of a elevated plane. I remember instead of "hooking up" and dating one person the whoole season, Tagola was large enough that I had plenty of female company but can only remember one name - Barbara Petchnik, who I believe went to school in Pennsylvania while I attended Cornell Law School I am sadly afraid that the days of chiildrens summer camp of the ilk we experienced are gone by and large forever. Too much liability, too many lawyers.     
Barri Lynn Yormack Baltic
Posted on the 2016-05-03 at 20:00
I was a counselor at Camp Tagola in 1966 or 1965. Great times and great memories!! Barri Lynn Yormack Baltic
Susan Dworkin
Posted on the 2016-02-10 at 19:00
I have multiple pictures of my mother-in-law and friends at Camp Tagola in the Summers of 1940 and 1941.  Her name  Mitzie Dworkin nee Epstein and is now 90 years old.  Anyone interested or have relatives?  She seemed particularly fixed on a young man named Mel Weissman, also friends included Mammy, Irma Sabin, Rhoda Cantor, Rita, Claire and Renee.
Iris Bentley Wellen
Posted on the 2015-09-28 at 20:00
Attended camp in the late 50s. Loved every minute of it. Wish I knew about the reunion. Would have attended.  Let me know about all future events.
Arline wiener
Posted on the 2015-09-11 at 20:00
Hi looking for Selma Alter from Brooklyn . Who went to camp in the 40s   Arline Weiner
Rich Katz
Posted on the 2015-09-11 at 20:00
omg... I can't believe this website exists! I went to Camp Tagola when I was a little kid, it was my first (and only) sleepaway camp. I don't remember how old I was when I went, but it had to be when I was around 9 to 12 years old or something like that, back in the early to mid 60's. I'm gonna have to call my parents up and find out when it was. I remember it so well too, I was always in trouble there (for the best reasons! lol). I used to have my gang of guys and we would dress up in dark clothes and sneak out of our bunk at night and dig holes under the big wood fencing of the girls camp area and raid their bunks, stealing their underwear and basically getting all the girls to scream... LOL. I remember being punished and having to stand at the flag pole for I don't know how many hours. I remember doing that once and it was parents visiting day and there I was again, forced to stand at the flag pole as my parents showed up. hahaha. When I went there, my brother Mike, who is about 7 years older than me, was a counselor there himself for a couple of summers. I don't remember any of my friends there but I do remember my very first girlfriend there, her name was Renee, that's all I remember, have no idea what she looked like (I would kill to see a picture of her from back then). I remember when the summer was over, and I was saying goodbye to her, she gave me my baseball glove back, basically ending our 'relationship' lol, I was so upset I threw the glove up on top of one of the buildings there. My first breakup! LOLOL! If I remember correctly, the lady who either ran the Camp or was one of the owners or maybe just a top manager or something there, was related to my family in one way or another, or maybe related to my mom's best friend or something. I need to ask my mom about that. Oh yeah, I remember going to the camp dances, I remember getting dressed up and greasing my hair up and borrowing some other bunk kid's cologne to wear, to flirt with the girls. And I remember once I shattered a counselor's leg once with a baseball bat! The counselors seemed big to us but they were just high school kids, and some obviously weren't too smart. We were playing baseball and I was in the batter's box practicing swinging and he walked right into me right when I did a full swing and hit him square on in his shin, I can remember the sound of his leg snapping to this day. I was so upset I was just crying my eyes out, I felt horriible. I remember visiting him in the infirmary and he wasn't happy with me at all... In retrospect, he was a real a-hole, making a little kid feel bad cause of his mistake, ha. But yeah, the counselors, at least some of them like that guy, were just kids themselves. Oh yeah, Camp Tagola, wish I had some pics or something of those days, I think I only went there for one summer, but a half century later and I still remember it. Still remember horse back riding and taking care of the horses working in the stables, and of course my very first girlfriend! ha.... Too fun. I'll find out exactly when I went soon and visit back here. Fun!
Ken Hollander
Posted on the 2015-06-30 at 20:00
I was there 1970-71, assistant riding instructor.  I remember we burned down a bunk, when the bunk next door "raided" U.S. and threw firecrackers under our bunk which caught fire!
Franklyn Elliott
Posted on the 2015-06-03 at 20:00
Anyone remember the production of OKLAHOMA? In the early 50's or late 40's ?
My camp girl friend (of any years) was Vickie (Vivian Cohen).. Just learned she dies 20 yrs ago of ALS....great sadness..
Mindy Kosack
Posted on the 2014-10-06 at 20:00
Sad tro report camp fire Google Camp Shira fire go to You tube for a video. 10 building destroyed. I spoke to my Aunt Connie and we are both very taken back. Our memories are still in our hearts!
joyce backer
Posted on the 2014-08-20 at 20:00
 I went to ta_go last in the late50's early 60's I was there before round bunk was built and after  Joyce Backer(cohen) I have a twin brother Jeffrey backer who also went my  summer friend was Mary Kaplan also Ronda. Lynn rosenbloom past and of must not forget Ida Rosenblatt head of girls I would love to join this pre 70's group thank you joyce backer cohenF
Stan Rosen
Posted on the 2014-07-16 at 20:00
Summertime and just thinking about my summers at Camp Ta Go La and all the old friends that I made at camp.  
Lesly Frank
Posted on the 2014-06-17 at 20:00
Went to Camp Ta Go La in the 50's in Sackett Lake,Monticello. Is this the camp?
Judy Gold
Posted on the 2013-12-26 at 19:00
Just wanted to wish everyone a Happy, Healthy 2014.  Judy Goldstein, Gayle Giddons & I just had dinner together in Boca.  Next time Leslie Einbinder (our other partner in crime) will join us.  
Elizabeth Frankel
Posted on the 2013-12-12 at 19:00
I just found this website about Camp fun. I have many memories of camp during the middle part of the 60's. Jack and Irene Frankel, my aunt and uncle, owned the camp for many years.
Janice Fram
Posted on the 2013-09-15 at 20:00
Hi everyone-- I was camper from 1940-1945. I was a senior camper in 1945, and the owner Pop Tacks and Mr. Greenberg broke color war when they told us that the war was over. I would love to hear from any of my camp friends. Am I the oldest camper alive? I live in Delray Beach FL and my number is (917) 224-9261. 
Alan Kemins
Posted on the 2013-09-08 at 20:00
Name: Alan Kemins
Telephone: 5168896712
Comments: I have a picture of bunk from 1949. I was a senior, in the bunk were Gerry Goldberg aka Bones, Stan Angel and my self. I just saw Gerry in Ca. where he lived for many years, he is now 80 yrs, I am 81. Vienty lieb was the boys head counsler, he had the guys from Lincoln HS basketball team there, they were waiters in the dining hall. If any one was there at that time,please let me hear from you. I live in Long Beach NY.
Alan Lipman
Posted on the 2013-07-24 at 20:00
Just found this site. I went to TaGoLa in 1957. Have fond memories of that special summer. My dad, Fred Lipman spent summers at camp and I still have his All Around Camper trophy from 1931. My uncles Sol Lipman, David Lipman, Seymour Lipman and Herbert Lipman also attended. My grandfather, Aaron Lipman had also been involved in camp. 
Michele Benkel Greenbaum
Posted on the 2013-07-07 at 20:00
Awesome pictures...Went for one year in 1969 and there was actually a picture of me in the "Inters" group..
mike jampol
Posted on the 2013-07-07 at 20:00
life guard, water ski instructor and boating instructor summers of 63/64. Really great memories. Would love to connect with any one who remembers me
Laura kisiloff-Croce
Posted on the 2013-06-06 at 20:00
It's been years since I went to camp.  I miss some of my bunk maters - Bonnie stone,Alice and  Diane heller, Lynn, Barbara and Nina. The twins and Susan use to go to the round table in ny on Sundays to dance.  Remember when---- by the way I hate to dampen anyone spirit but Alice Feinstein died in a fire many many years ago.  
Susan Mallow
Posted on the 2013-04-07 at 20:00
Best years of summer fun friends and  Freddy Bowers eescapades on Sacket Lake and the Laurels
Lynne Reiss
Posted on the 2012-07-30 at 20:00
 I was a camper 1964 &1965. Ages 13 & 14. If only I could sign myself up as a camper once again. My best times were at sleep away camp. If anyone has pics from back then, I would love to see them. I was the redhead!Look forward to hearing from fellow campers.
Posted on the 2012-07-07 at 20:00
 Nothing but amazing happy memories and many firsts..Has anyone seen Rhoda? er mom was a nurse there when I was a waiter.Shlep
Iris Prager
Posted on the 2011-11-01 at 20:00
Hello Tagolans...I\'m was so saddened to read about the passing of Sue Fishman and Carol Singer.  They will always be young, tan and vivacious in my memories.

I was sorry to miss the reunion, but enjoyed viewing the photos on this site.  Wished the name tags were larger, but I did recognize Lenny, Betty, Ina, Alan, George, etc.  Did I see Richie Bergman in one or two of the photos?

Please feel free to find me on facebook.

With love...Go Blue Team...Iris Prager
Bette Jane Fishman Weisenthal
Posted on the 2011-10-06 at 20:00
It is with much sadness in my heart that I announce the passing of my sister, Susan Fishman Rosenfeld. After a long struggle with breast cancer, Susie died this morning, October 7th. I love her with all my heart.
Bette Jane
Paul Silberman
Posted on the 2011-09-10 at 20:00

Great to have found this site.  I was a Counselor at Ta-go-la \'61 - \'63.  Head Rifle Counselor for the last two years and am still looking for the person that took some of the mattresses from the rifle range.  I wonder what they did with them?
Looking forward to hearing from you.

Barbara Goldstein Glasser
Posted on the 2011-09-10 at 20:00
As the Holidays are approaching, I\'d like to wish everyone a Healthy and Happy New Year.  I\'d also like to thank Betty Jane for making our reunions happen.  I attended the last 2 and still keep in touch with dear friends such as Linda Lipkins Karofsky, Lois Goodman Dryer, Irv Becker and Wayne Mersky.  You may leave TaGoLa but TaGoLa never leaves you.
David Flaster (now Goldberg)
Posted on the 2011-08-27 at 20:00

Great U Tube video posted

Rhonda Bogart Irizarry
Posted on the 2011-08-14 at 20:00
I went to Camp Tagola from 1965 thru 1967. My sister Shelley and Jeffrey Bogart also went to camp Tagola as well as my cousin Audrey Bogart and Alvin Goldberg. My cousins met in camp and are married for over 50 yrs.
Mike Newman
Posted on the 2011-08-14 at 20:00
Ken Wexler
Posted on the 2011-08-14 at 20:00
 I went to Tagola from 1962 to 1965. I have fond memories of sneaking off to Miltie\'s and not-so-fond memories of color war inspections. My counselors that first year (Bunk 12B) were Denny Sidor and Jay Arkin (we were all big Koufax fans). Some buddies I remember are Jeff Shapp, Steve Shrager and Duck Davidoff (and his brother Little Duck). I remember fondly Pete Davis leading the Blue Vikings. One of the highlights of my life was singling in the winning run in the last inning to beat Sequoia 1-0 in 1965!
brian geller
Posted on the 2011-05-08 at 20:00
 just stumbled on this site by accident, i was a camper @ tagola from 1971-1974, i remember being in bunk 10, that was a very long time ago, so many friends that went there, hard to name them all, but had a blast, if there is ever a reunion, would love to hear about it, some of the names i remember are alan rousso, mitch truen, david plastik, hy ozer, my doctor jack frankel and so many more, i passed by the camp a bunch of years ago and they wouldnt let me in, it is now an orthodox place, too bad, had so many memories there
Robert Fiorello
Posted on the 2011-03-10 at 19:00
Hello to all. Went to this camp the summers of \'57 & \'58. Had a great time with wonderful people and learned lots of things to do. The thing that stands out in my mind was the plays we put on every year and especially Babes in Toyland where I played the Toymaker and had to sing. Anyone remember this? Rob in Brooklyn.
Joy S. Kurtz
Posted on the 2010-08-17 at 20:00

Camp Ta-go-la was my summer home in \'64, \'65, \'66, \'69 and \'70.  I had the best times there. I remember playing "Anna" to Larry Parker\'s "King" in The King and I.  He had to wear a headpiece to make him look bald.  When we played his death scene, he, and then I, couldn\'t stop laughing.  What a way to go! I was lucky enough to play the queen in The Princess and the Pea to Karen\'s (can\'t recall your last name) Princess.  Karen and I played tetherball at every opportunity and she always won.  I\'ve got lots of pictures and videos.  Hello to Ellen W. Robin F. Ronnie I. Rhoda B. Genie B. Bonnie C. Bette, Holly and Sheri F. Melanie and Morissa ( I was your C I T) and anyone else who might remember me.  Be well everyone!

Joy S. Kurtz
Posted on the 2010-08-17 at 20:00

Camp Ta-go-la was my summer home in \'64, \'65, \'66, \'69 and \'70.  I had the best times there. I remember playing "Anna" to Larry Parker\'s "King" in The King and I.  He had to wear a headpiece to make him look bald.  When we played his death scene, he, and then I, couldn\'t stop laughing.  What a way to go! I was lucky enough to play the queen in The Princess and the Pea to Karen\'s (can\'t recall your last name) Princess.  Karen and I played tetherball at every opportunity and she always won.  I\'ve got lots of pictures and videos.  Hello to Ellen W. Robin F. Ronnie I. Rhoda B. Genie B. Bonnie C. Bette, Holly and Sheri F. Melanie and Morissa ( I was your C I T) and anyone else who might remember me.  Be well everyone!

Ira Sklar
Posted on the 2010-07-17 at 20:00
I attended the camp for 3 consecutive summers. My dad George was the camp baker for all those years. I think it was 1970-1973. Does anyone remember my dad Everyone loved his cakes, bread and rolls at meal time in the dining room
Bonnie Chesin
Posted on the 2010-04-22 at 20:00
I haven\'t been on this site for a while and just learned of Dr. Frankel\'s passing. I grew up in Forest Hills and Dr. Frankel was my pediatrician. I loved and trusted him and when it was time to go to an "adult" doctor, I had a really hard time with it. Going to the camp infirmary was even a fun thing because of him - his warmth, kindness and sense of humor - something I doubt kids from other camps could say. My sincere condolences to the entire Frankel family. I feel honored to have known him and I\'m glad I got to see him one last time at the reunion.
Jay Benowitz
Posted on the 2009-12-25 at 19:00
The years have passed so quickly, but in my hear it seems like yesterday that we were one family bound by the Blue and Grey.
I wish all a Happy and Healthy upcoming New Year.
Jay Benowitz
gayle giddins marcus
Posted on the 2009-11-25 at 19:00
 how saddened i was to hear of our adored Dr. frankels passing. when i was at camp tagola my very first year i came down with the chicken pox, scared and crying. dr. frankel made sure i was well taken care of. he was the most kind and caring dr. and after my first child was born i made sure that or Dr. frankel was my pediatrician. my sincerest condolences to the entire frankel family for a truly sad loss. 
Michael Baker
Posted on the 2009-11-17 at 19:00
I grew up in Forest Hills and Dr. Jack Frankel was my pediatrician. I remember walking with my mother to the Cromwell building to his office.  Through pure accident, I came across information about the passing of Dr. Frankel and I wish to extend my sympathies.  Seeing some of the names and pictures of Camp Ta Go La brings back incredible memories for these were the best summers of my life.  It is nice to see that many people have kept in touch through the years.  I came of age at this camp and as a winning color war general, I actually developed some confidence that I had never known I had.  Hello to all who may remember me and hearfelt sympathies to the Frankel family.
Cynthia Vogel
Posted on the 2009-11-12 at 19:00
Dear Irene;  You and Jack were the most beautiful, caring couple at Ta-Go-La and made everyone feel loved. My parents adored you, as did all of us Fishmans.  Our heartfelt sympathy and love to you and the children. Cynthia How lucky we were to have seen you again at the reunion!
Robin Fladell Post
Posted on the 2009-11-07 at 19:00

Dear Irene, Barbara, Judy, Richie, Carolyn and Joanie,
Please know that our heartfelt condolences are with you all. As I wrote in my personal note to Irene, Jack "Doc" Frankel meant a great deal to me throughout my young life. At the age of eight I ended up in the Infirmary for 6 days. Every day, twice a day ( and sometimes more), Jack came in with his big smile, a big hug and a big kiss. He made this little eight year old girl feel that being in the infirmary was not such a terrible thing. From there on, for the next 12 years I adored the man! Everytime that he would see me I was greeted with that same hug, kiss and smile. He always seemed happy and his wonderful laugh echoed throughout the camp.
Last year at the reunion, it was an absolute joy to see Jack and Irene.  
May you all now how much your family has meant to all of us. We have been blessed to share so many wonderful moments together.

Susie Fishman Rosenfeld
Posted on the 2009-11-06 at 19:00
How saddened I was when Bette called with the news about Dr. Frankel. I know we all have many memories about him because the Frankels were such Ta-Go-La celebrities. Dr. Frankel was never the kind of doctor who made a child scared. In fact ,during our yearly check-ups, (remember waiting on line outside the infirmary?), he would make us laugh by telling us that we had "potatos and tomatoes" in our ears. He was such a wonderful presence at our camp and loved playing tennis on the courts by the pool, looking so handsome in his whites. I can still remember when the Carolyn was born, it was as if we all had a new baby sister. My condolences to all the Frankels and to our Ta-Go-La family.
Jonathan Greenberg
Posted on the 2009-11-05 at 19:00
Dr. Frankel was the first doctor I was ever aware of, from Ta-go-la infirmary days. He was kind and patient and seemed so wise and knowing, while never rushed. A far cry from the doctors I have visited since. His son Richie was my counselor one year and was uniquely well liked by everyone. 
I know that my grandparents Shirley and Sam Greenberg appreciated and admired Dr. Frankel, and I want to extend my condolences to any of his realtives reading this.

It was wonderful for me to see Dr. Frankel one last time at last year's reunion which Bette so graciously organized. 

He may have had Alzheimers, but he was entirely lucid when we spoke. He told me that at one point in his career, he had determined that he would no longer work as the camp doctor, and told my grandfather that. Sam asked him to please stay, that the camp needed him, and he reversed his decision.

"Your grandfather was the only person in the world I would have done that for," Dr. Frankel told me. "I loved him so much."

It touched and surprised me so to hear him say this, and made me cry, as it does right now, thinking of this. 

Farewell, Dr. Frankel, and thank you for being there for so many of us when we were sick.

Jonathan Greenberg
Camp Ta-Go-La Class of 1958 to 1972

Bette Jane Weisenthal
Posted on the 2009-11-05 at 19:00
We regret to inform you that, Jack Frankel, Camp Owner and Director and Camp Doctor for many years, passed away on November 2, 2009. Dr. Frankel attended the Camp Reunion last September and he and Irene were the celebrities of the party.  Judy, his daughter said it was so important to them both to be at the reunion and they talked about it for many months after. It was very important to all the Tagolians to have had him there and to have had him as part of our lives. We will miss our Dr. Frankel!!!!!

Cards can be sent to Irene at 52 Huckleberry Lane
E. Hampton, Massachussetts 01027
Eric Sturtz
Posted on the 2009-10-07 at 20:00
I was a waiter in 1966 and 1967. I was bunkmates with Kenny Bidner, Charles (Choo Choo) Rael, and Peter Marcus. I remember Millie who ran the kitchen along with Ida and Phil. I had great summers. My girlfried was Debbie Paris. I've been trying to locate Debbie along with Maxine Danowitz.

With fond memories,

Martin Goldstein
Posted on the 2009-08-29 at 20:00
Absolutelyloved Ta Go La, from meeting for the bus, color war, Laurels, raids, waitering, fireworks, bowling, sneaking to the candy store off the property, rifles?, horsebackriding, basketball under the lights, the plays, at least Bye Bye Birdie, Jerry Lewis movies on rainy days, ahhhh. ANyone remember a nickname, Shlep?
Michele Levine
Posted on the 2009-08-07 at 20:00
Greetings to all the people I knew 72-73ish
Daniel Shane
Posted on the 2009-03-06 at 19:00
Daniel Shane
Posted on the 2009-02-27 at 19:00
jill greenberg sirum
Posted on the 2008-12-27 at 19:00
Wishing i was there for the reunion and will do my best next time (or the time after!). Have sooo many amazing memories and look forward to seeing Tagola family/members in the future! Presently living in Norway, but back and forth alot. Thanks for keeping this connection going! Best wishes and happy new yr. jill
Todd Wolfe
Posted on the 2008-12-25 at 19:00
Just wanted to wish y'all a very festive & happy holiday and all the best for 2009! Peace, Todd Wolfe
Larry Brown
Posted on the 2008-09-26 at 20:00

Thank you Bette and Lenny for bringing all of us back to the summers that we remembered so well.  Seeing happy faces and sharing stories of the past, made the night go so fast.  Tagola was a fun time of my life that I'll never forget.

Daniel Shane
Posted on the 2008-09-23 at 20:00
Dear All: I can not say it any better than the words my sister chose so beautifully. This was a day I will never forget. I just find it hard to believe that so much time has passed and we aren't kids anymore. All or most of the images I had tucked away in my mind were thrust into fast forward in one day. My head is still spinning. It was great to see so many of you and thanks for remembering me. All my best to every person who made this event such a success. To Betty-Jane and Lenny thank you for your hard work. Danny Shane
Lynn Shaw Harris
Posted on the 2008-09-23 at 20:00
Ta Go La was a part of my life for almost 10 years(late 60's-70's) and they were very special memories.  My bunk was fantastic-Elyse Rosenberg, Debbie Finkel,Bonnie Baron, Ilene Shane and Erica Haft.  Barbara Benowitz was our group leader and lived in our bunlk.  We were one big,happy family.  Ilene mentioned that in her message.  I agree with Elyse that color war was my favorite part of camp .Being color war captain several times was such a thrill. I loved sing , especially  the alma maters.  We would always cry.  Also, I met my husband Lloyd there.  He was my sister Maxine's waiter. We've been married for 32 years.  I remember the raids on boys side(got caught because of my red hair) and the delicious onion rolls for breakfast.   Ta Go La was a fantastic place  and  I hope Lloyd and i can be there at the next reunion.
Melanie Herter
Posted on the 2008-09-21 at 20:00
Well that was a total high! The 4 hours went by in five minutes. It was amazing to see everyone and while I knew all us have aged just a little, I could see everyone as their younger selves running around the camp. Even two days later I am still buzzing. We have to try to do this again and soon especially since so many of us live so close by. There is nothing like camp friends. Ricky I miss your red hair!!!
Love to you all
Ilene Shane
Posted on the 2008-09-20 at 20:00


I felt like I was at a fast forward movie but it was real…..I want to thank Betty-Jane and Lenny for hosting such a successful reunion… As time went on the faces and the times became more familiar and the years disappeared between then and now.. It just took a few minutes for everything to come back, as I spoke to long lost friends and people I loved and hated…The moments of dislike I had then truly diminished into deep appreciation for every sole that was present and the ones that didn’t make it and some who are no longer on this earth.  I hope we can do this again soon and more will be familiar because today  was today. It closed the giant black hole of time.  I am so touched to have been a part of this passage of time and it will always be in my heart.. To see Dr. Frankel and Mrs. Frankel and Sylvia Tucker and the rest of the people who were the “Adults ” running our camp still well and thriving was so incredible that there faces will be embedded in my mind forever…But now we are adults too and it seems too strange..  This was really a mirror of time and I figured out today that I am no longer a kid just very immature and ridiculous but so what…I hope I see you all again whether walking down he street or at the next reunion or the promise we made to each other not to loose touch again.. Today was an OMG day.. THANK YOU!!!!!

All my Love,



PS…. My grammar and spelling is still atrocious

Jeff Turk
Posted on the 2008-09-19 at 20:00
I just got home from the reunion and all I can say is WOW !! I had chills and tears in my eyes driving home thinking about all the wonderful friends I haven't seen in over 30 Years.To see some of my old Bunk Mates Russel,John and David was amazing.My favorite Group Leader "Puppy" brought back wonderful Memories.To see all the girls I had a crush on back then was unbelievable.Ladies,you haven't aged one bit.To many people to mention.Bette Jane,THANKYOU for putting this together.To my best friend Jay Benowitz who I met at Ta-Go-La 40 years ago, thanks for talking me into coming to the reunion.I will always remember this day and hope some of us keep in touch in the very near future.There is nothing like Camp Friends and you will always be part of my life.
All the best,

Jeff Turk  1969-1974
Todd Wolfe
Posted on the 2008-09-18 at 20:00
Wow, just heard about this site and the reunion. Wish i could make it to the reunion but wont be able to. I attended camp from '69 to '73 ... great memories and a little more vivid now due to faces & names on this site. Got the info from Sherry Eiden, dated Nancy her sister back then. Just e-mailed with "Roots" Greenberg and i just wanted to say quick hey to, Gail Bialostock, Neil Kramer, "Shaps", Felice Baron, the Frankels, "Zuck" and when i've dusted off the cobwebs in the Ta-Go-La section of my brain, i'll come back and shout out to a few more ... great camp, great times! Have fun at the reunion y'all! Peace, Todd
Ed Schnipper
Posted on the 2008-09-18 at 20:00
Just saw a You Tube video of the old camp, looks almost the same as when I was there in 66 to 69. Love o haer from some of you if you didnt kill to many brain cells in the 60's and 70's. I believe marc Penn (Hilary's former adviser) was in my bunk one year.
Neil Gilberg
Posted on the 2008-09-15 at 20:00
I was a camper waiter with my freind Mitch Woods in 1967 , had a small part in Fiddler,but more importantly had a great summer. I would love to hear from old friends. I live not far from the camp, and think back to that fun filled summer each time I pass it.
Elise Rosenberg Roberts
Posted on the 2008-09-14 at 20:00
I have such wonderful memories of camp- the hot chocolate on cold mornings, the onion rolls, the usty smell of the Fallsburg theatre, sneaking out to the hotels, evacuating the entire camp as a practical joke, being the worst bunk on campus and having to make amends.  I started camp in 62 I think, in that house for sophomores- it was actually heated.  But my best memories are of the friendships made as I travelled around the camp with my friends and our pseudomom " Barbara Benowitz" as our head counselor.  Color War was always my favorite- it was nice after almost 10 years to end with being a Lieutenant.  And of course we all got our prepartations for life at camp.  What wonderful memories.  I look forward to reminiscing on Saturday. 
Robin Davidson Angel Ehrlich
Posted on the 2008-09-12 at 20:00
I will not be able to attend the reunion,but I look forward to hearing about it from Debbie Strang Greenberg who I met in camp in 1970 and who is one of my closest friend. I also met my first husband Hal Angel that summer and we have a beautiful daughter Kirsten who is now 29 years old. My brothers Daniel and Freddy were in camp with me too. Have a great reunion. Love, Robin
Karyn Goldberg
Posted on the 2008-09-11 at 20:00
So sorry I cannot join you all.  I am way at the other end of the country in Arizona.  But I do remember Bonnie Chesin, Carol Linshitz, Betty Jane, Myra Kaplan, Joanne Arbeit, Murray Becker, and happy, happy, wonderful times. My goodness, those pictures were a shock. I was much, much, thinner!!!! Have a wonderful time at the reunion and send me a note.  Would love to hear from you!!!
Melanie Herter
Posted on the 2008-08-28 at 20:00
I am also getting really excited! Because of this reunion I have been back in touch with my old bunk mates like Andrea Harnick, Morissa Schiff and others. I am so looking forward people that I haven't seen in years. Hi Ross Ozer! Had lunch with Jill, June and Andrea last Saturday. Can't wait to see everyone else. Three more weeks!
Caryl Hendler
Posted on the 2008-08-20 at 20:00
Now I'm starting to get excited
Andrew Schwartz
Posted on the 2008-08-19 at 20:00
How many of you snuck out of camp through the hole in the fence, it was behind the counslers cabins. My grand parents, Phil and Fae Levine owned the property next to the camp. Gramps kept the hole open and even provided water to the camp when needed. My memories are so sweet of the summers and campers i got to know each summer. My best memory was finding a camp shirt down at the lake and wearing it was chased for not returning to camp! Alaska is now my home, but I remain up there.
Rhonda Cohen
Posted on the 2008-08-17 at 20:00
Four years of summer memories, 1959-62, bunks 2A, 7, 11, and 4.  I remember Ava, Carol, Ellen, Peggy, and especially Mary Kaplan.  She was Dorothy, and I was the good witch. Such giggles when I had to kiss her.  Lynn Rosenberg was "Powerhouse",  the best Soph kickball player and the head counselor's daughter.  The next summer she was gone -- leukemia.  I can tell hours of detailed stories to my amazed kids. But I can't recall what I did yesterday!
Steve Parker
Posted on the 2008-08-14 at 20:00
I went with my 2 brothers Larry and Michael and my sister Ellen from 62 to 70 then worked up in Monticello  driving the bus that we all took to intercamp games, the bowling alley and the play house.
I am looking foward to seeing so many people that i remember your names and just see your face from decades ago.. can,t WAIT
Nancy Jane Levitan
Posted on the 2008-08-11 at 20:00
So I went to camp 1968-1969.  Is there anyone who went in those years?  I have a pic of my bunkmates.  What fun times I had but at first I was homesick.  I used to get great care packages from my parents.  I remember the expansive grounds and lake and the wonderful pool with so many activities.
Ian Bond
Posted on the 2008-08-05 at 20:00
Thanks for the memories! I know my brothers (Bruce "Bandana:, Glenn, and myself) had a great time in the 70's.
roberta kirstein grosinger
Posted on the 2008-07-31 at 20:00
thanks for inviting the ol detroiterssssssssss
looking forward to the familiar faces of years gone by. i attended camp tagola from 1948 to

kudos to betty jane and her support crew for this trip down memory lane......

see you soon after 46 years.........roberta kirstein grosinger
Jordon Brown
Posted on the 2008-07-25 at 20:00
I am unable to attend the reunion but I enjoyed viewing the photos on this site. 

I hope that everyone has a great time in September!

Robin Fladell Post
Posted on the 2008-07-24 at 20:00
I look through the pictures that have been placed on the website  and so many wonderful memories coming rushing back. I still remember the words of every song of every sing I participated in. From group sings to Colorwar sings.  It is hard to believe that so many years have passed since our "glory days"
I look forward to seeing you all!
Robin Fladell Post
Robin Feiner
Posted on the 2008-07-23 at 20:00
Well I was dragged there (in '68 or '69) by my mother Gloria who was girls HC.  She had a better time than I did most summers but eventually it assumed the same iconic role for me as well.  I stayed until I went off to college in Aug. '74.  For meTagola will always be defined by the era of Gail G., Holly F, Robin F et al., our impossibly cool counselors (didn't some of you actually go to Woodstock and bring back those t-shirts with the guitar/birds logo, or did I make that up?).  Cheers to all if I don't make it (Gail Bialostock, Sharon Greenberg and Elise Brodsky in particular) down.  Like camp itself, Gloria would've enjoyed this reunion a lot more than I would.  She talked about camp right to the end.
Iris Prager
Posted on the 2008-07-23 at 20:00

I have just spent the better part of two hours going through all the photos and singing all the cheers/marches/Alma Mata...good thing I was alone!

I have such wonderful memories of Camp Ta-Go-La...from first loves and kisses to the Color Wars, Ritz and talent shows.  Hard to believe I was a counselor!  : )  But my fondest memories of the fanastic BUNK 7 in 1963.

Enjoy your reunion...I will be in San Francisco attending a wedding.  Wish one tuchus could dance at two affairs (so something like that).

With loving memories, Iris...Color War General: Blue Maccabees

david leonard
Posted on the 2008-07-22 at 20:00
i attended tagola in 1963 and 1964.  i have fond memories of the camp itself, but cannot remember many of the people, unfortunately.  it was a very difficult time for me, as my father had just passed away, and i suppose my mother sent me to tagola to keep my mind off of things.  i love the photos you've all submitted.  does anyone have any photos of the boys camp from 63-64?  as i recall, i was on the blue maccabees color war team.  i would treasure any bunk photos from those years.  best to you all. david leonard
alan epstein
Posted on the 2008-07-18 at 20:00
i was a camper 1970-74
would love info
daniel Shane
Posted on the 2008-06-23 at 20:00
This all started for me on a cold winter night back in 1961. Sylvia Tucker came to our home and pitched TA-GO-LA ! WHO KNEW that 47 years later I would recognize this woman and be reunited with so many people who were just a memory, some better than others. I look forward to this reunion, it should be a real hoot !!!!!!!!
susan levitan
Posted on the 2008-06-18 at 20:00
Hi. Does anyone remember me? I remember basically no one. I gather its because camp was a long time ago, and I only went for 2 summers. I was there the summers of 69 and 70. I was in a couple of plays - Flidder on the Roof and Bye Bye Birdie. Was anyone in these plays? Back then I lived in Woodmere NY, but I have lived in the Los Angeles area since 1972. Can you tell me if anyone from those years is attending? I do remember my waiter's name - Lloyd. How odd that I would remember the waiter, but not the campers. I gather he was nice and got me what I wanted.Thanks!!
Caryl Hendler Waldorf
Posted on the 2008-06-11 at 20:00

Is Elaine Loeb or Freddy Klein coming?

Roslyn Lederman Fishman
Posted on the 2008-06-09 at 20:00
Reading some of the memories from camp has really triggered so many memories for me.  Thanks for reminding me of Milties, what a fun place to go.  That feeling of independence! Am remembering songs as well, and I'm sitting here at the computer this morning and singing to myself.  Those were such wonderful summers.  Funny someone wrote about french kissing.  I remember that being a topic of conversation.  Can't remember who taught me how to smoke but that's where I learned and thank goodness stopped 6 years later. Names I remember are the Fishman girls and their brother Louis, Maddy Shev, Herman Lakritz, his cousin whose first name I can't remember, Martin Stein, Danny Rosen, Eddie Goldstein (also know as Woody)who was my first boyfriend at camp when I was 12 or 13, Merle Rosen, Jo, Renee.  I was there from about 1953-1957.  I remember crying when I first arrived and then crying when I had to leave.  Because of the wonderful experience I had both my kids went to camp and they loved it.  Funny, I think I have a sense memory of the smell of the dining hall.  Not a good thing.  My sister, Beverly Lederman, also was with me at camp.  She's 5 years younger.  Thanks Bette Jane for the gift of time and memory.  Don't think I can attend but it's not completely out of the question.  I currently live in northern CA.
Jonathan Greenberg
Posted on the 2008-06-06 at 20:00
I am planning to be there--very excited about this reunion and this website as well. A big thank you to the organizers! Looking forward to seeing those who can make it.
Ilene Shane
Posted on the 2008-06-04 at 20:00

I am so excited!!  I often think about those fabulous days at camp!!! My fabulous bunk mates..Bonnie Baron ,Lynn Shaw, Debbie Finkle,Elyse, Erica, Barbara Banowitz,and all the people that made camp the best time of my life!!Thinking we would get shot from the pinkertons or security on those middle of the night attacks on the boys campus...and everythingelse we will talk about at the reunion!! Love to you all...

Paul Schlachter
Posted on the 2008-05-14 at 20:00
Hello to all Tagola friends. The decade of the 60's was filled with two months at camp every summer. It seems like yesterday, or a little bit longer,that these wonderful and life shaping events took place. I do recall the summer of 69 when having a day off from my waiters job that Puppy and i actually escaped and attended Woodstock! Yes, that really did happen. So many other memories.  Take care! Hope to make it to the reunion in Sept...
Kenny Miller
Posted on the 2008-05-05 at 20:00
I attended TAGOLA in the late 50's and have fond memories. My counselors included Mike Moskowitz, Dick Moed, Forbes Lapp, Bob Porges. My bunkmates included Marty Jaffe, David Cruz, Walter Kirschbaum, Richie Stahl. I remember the canteen, Sam Arbitol(Arbitush), Moe Deutsch, Harry Pearlman at the pool,color war, the basketball games against other camps, sneaking out to Miltie's, Services on Fridayand Sat., putting your finger on your nose and being called a "pig" if you're the last one, the rifle range, etc. I'm unable to attend the reunion but would love to hear from yo- Great memorie !!!!!!!!!
Jeffrey Turk
Posted on the 2008-05-01 at 20:00
I went to TA-GO-LA FROM 69-74. Lots of great memories."Puppy" Kirshner was one of my Group Leaders ? and Richie Frankel was one of my counslers.Unbelievable summers.Would love to see some of my old Bunk Mates from the good old Days especially the Waiters of 1974.Now that was a crazy summer.Memories I will never forget.
Nancy Goldmark Rosen
Posted on the 2008-04-28 at 20:00
Tagola was a special and wonderful time in my life. Love seeing these photos-I remember so much . I was there from 1965 to 1970.I also remember old camp songs! "See you in September" (I remember singing that song on the bus-anyone else?)
Judy Gold
Posted on the 2008-04-22 at 20:00
Hi all,
Maryann & I attended Tagola from '54- 63 , and I was even a counselor.  Does anyone know where Linda Brezner Gordon is???

Alan Linder is my cousin and will attend if some guys from his group are coming.  Pls let me know.  Can't wait to see everyone, although we've already had a mini reunion in FL.
Robin Schneider Weissbratten
Posted on the 2008-03-31 at 20:00
I have the strangest memories of Summer 1961 & 1962. Can't remember any names, but I recall a lot alot of weird incidents and troublemaking!
Ross Ozer
Posted on the 2008-03-27 at 20:00
Would you believe I recently sang the opening line of the Alma Mater to one of the Color War sings to my kids...they thought I was nuts.  But I was sharing how special it was to be in camp and some of the things we did.  Do you remember:  "turn around take a look at yourself, tell me what do you see...Blue and Grey together as one, united all to be free."  You think Ta-go-la meant something to me!?!

We're going to try to make it.  Seeing names like Melanie Herter and of course my bunkmate Jay Benowitz brings it all back...eventhough we're talking 33 years ago.
Patti Spitz Mondre
Posted on the 2008-03-24 at 20:00
Sorry, but I won't be able to attend the reunion. I have a wedding in Boston that weekend. But I'm hhoping to hear all the gossip. Just got off the phone with Barbara Goldstein Glasser and she's all exited. I was at Tagola '55-60. Was in the same bunk as Bette Jane, Andrea Passes, Donna Robbins, Ronnie (sister Lesli)----berg, Lynda Brodsky, Patty-----, not me., Kyra Kosack. I remember all the Fishmans, the Robbins,the Kents,the Lanes,the Shads, the Kirsteins. Wayne Mirsky,Maury Apatow,Arnie Brodsky,Marlene Molis,Roberta Frumowitz,Sandy Heimowitz,Judy Gold, Carol Pullman(she's my cousin by marriage) and am in touch with Ilene Kaplan Mandell. I'm sur ther are others I have left out that are in the back of my mind, but you know at my age, 60...Hope it's a successful and well attended reunion. Love to hear from anyone!
Melanie Herter
Posted on the 2008-03-18 at 20:00
I too have been singing camp songs that I can't believe I even remember. I was there from 66-72, Some of the best summers of my life. I am having lunch this weekend with Jill Solomon, Morissa Schiff, and June Harris! I haven't seen Morissa in over 35 years! I am hoping to see so many of you in September!
Ina Kirstein
Posted on the 2008-03-04 at 19:00
Hello Everyone! I'm so excited about the Reunion!! I've been singing old camp songs that I didn't know that I had remembered! I can hardly wait to see my old friends. Love to you all, Ina Kirstein - camper from '51 - "63!
Bette Jane Fishman Weisenthal
Posted on the 2008-03-04 at 19:00
Hi, Everyone. The time for the reunion is drawing closer. Please, please, please send in those checks now before I leave for camp. Yes, it's true, I still go to camp. I'm a director at Tyler Hill Camp.
Make checks payable to me for $65.00 and send to 105 Circle Drive Roslyn Heights 11577.
Can't wait.
Bette Jane Fishman Weisenthal
Steve Kaufman
Posted on the 2008-02-25 at 19:00
I was given the name Crazy in my early years at Ta-Go-La for a rafter moment. Who were the Crazy ones though. I did it, but I had many witnesses. Can't wait to see everyone. I promise I won't do it again.
Joanne Lehman
Posted on the 2008-01-21 at 19:00
I went to Tagola with Nan Richland, Tami Shad, Marlene Molis, Ellen Cohen, Harriet Berger, Billy Morse, Irv Becker, Ira Pittleman, Marc Coran (my boyfriend the first summer), Bruce Hermelee (whose mother grabbed him away from me in August the second summer; he was my boyfriend and the first person to stick his tongue in my mouth), remember good times and lots of others.  I used to sneak out of camp and go to Milties and the Green Door in Monticello.  I went from 1958 - 1960 and loved every minute of it.  If anyone remember me please e-mail.
Jack Miller
Posted on the 2008-01-13 at 19:00
Wow......Ta-Go-La, what a flashback. I was there 66 & 67 with Marc Grossberg & Paul Stein (I wonder what happened to them?). Only fond memories of that camp, especially the kitchen. I wish all of you well.
Debbie Strang Greenberg
Posted on the 2008-01-13 at 19:00
It was a joy putting together the last two reunions with Bette.  I am looking forward to seeing how "young" everyone still looks.  Can't wait to share all our memories and our songs. Would be nice to have a piano there again. Do you believe that Woodstock was going on while we were only 5 miles away in our nice safe haven?????????????? See you all Sept. 20th........Debbie
Bobby Bialostok
Posted on the 2008-01-06 at 19:00

Tagola was a wonderful time and I have very good memories of all the crazy things that we all were part of back then. It will be great to rekindle friedships and catch up.

Carol Wahlberg nee GINSBURG
Posted on the 2008-01-05 at 19:00
I went to Ta-Go-La from 1944-1952. They were the best summers that a kid could have. If you knew me then, please e-mail me at or call at 704-246-4330. Looking forward to hearing from some old friends.
jackie bermak
Posted on the 2007-12-27 at 19:00
My daughter just found this website (she's been wading through my old photos and got curious about TaGoLa). I was a camper in the early to mid-60's (Bette Fishman was my counselor a few of those years)-I think my last year at Ta-Go-La was as a counselor in 1969. If anyone out there remembers being in my bunk, etc. would love to hear from you! I live in Chicago but am a very frequent visitor to NYC -my kids work there.......might be able to make the 9/20 reunion. jackie
Bob Gross
Posted on the 2007-12-15 at 19:00
I'm sure anxious for 9-20-08. Imagine, forty years later. I'm not sure what to expect. How many of you will remember me and how many memories will come back to me. So many already have. 
I'm trying to build a Tagola website, I need help, SEND PHOTOS!!!!
You can visit at

Fern Fladell
Posted on the 2007-12-14 at 19:00
I cannot wait to see the faces I remember and the ones I have yet to meet who shared the love of that CAMP that we knew  high above  "SACKETT LAKE"
saul letterman
Posted on the 2007-12-10 at 19:00
I was at Camp tagola sometime back in the mid to late 60's 64 - 66.  I think one of my conselors was Steve Schwartz from Phil. Pa.
Barbara Goldstein Glasser
Posted on the 2007-12-07 at 19:00
TaGoLa was such an important part of my life.  I loved camp and the friends I made.  The last reunion was wonderful and I can't wait until September 20th.
Posted on the 2007-12-01 at 19:00
Bette Jane Fishman Weisenthal
Posted on the 2007-11-19 at 19:00
Hi, Tagolians,
Hope everyone is well and getting excited about the upcoming reunion. Please email photos so they are not all of me!!!!! Please start sending your checks as soon as possible.
Can't wait to see everyone!
Bette Jane (Louis's little sister)
Bonnie Chesin
Posted on the 2007-11-19 at 19:00
Looking forward to seeing everyone. I'm sure we all look the same as in the photos. Next best thing to being back at camp.
Judy Goldstein Zohn
Posted on the 2007-11-18 at 19:00
Can't wait to see everybody again! It has been how many years since we went to Camp Tagola?  Seems like yesterday!
Jay Benowitz
Posted on the 2007-11-15 at 19:00
My mom is so excited to see everyone. I can't wait as well
Trudy Zilberstein-Brown
Posted on the 2007-11-12 at 19:00
I am looking so forward to seeing old friends