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The Eisner dessert that doesn't fall when you turn it upside down
The Adventure structure made up of giant logs, a 'Piano', Jacob's Ladder, etc.
A favorite Eisner meal (hint: soup and sandwich)
The field between the dining hall and Manor House
The abbreviation for the building next to Manor House
The camp nature program
The standard excuse for the ropes in containers of colored water during 2nd session
The name of the color war at camp
The K'Tanim Beit-Am's technical name
Where campers get candy on certain days of the week
A song whose lyrics come from past plaques
The food that is always served at every non-breakfast meal
The full Hebrew name for the dining hall
The full name of the prayer after meals
Cleaning up after meals- Hebrew name
The hill facing the Chaverim beit-am
Where services are held on sunny days
The camp mom
Translate: Aruchat Erev
Where to go to get your medicine (It's over there!)- the Hebrew name
The holiday celebrated early on in 1st session
The bunk rumored to be haunted
The type of structure found on the lake that also serves as a security checkpoint
Where Eisner's youngest campers can be found
The 'boundary' all Eisner campers live in while at camp
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The state in which Eisner's winter office is located
Building where song sessions are currently held
The Madrichim who specifically teach the camp about Israel, its culture, its military, etc.
The one-on-one sport involving a yellow ball, a string, and a pole; commonly played at camp
The name of the girls' Olim bathroom
Eisner's sister camp
The CITs of Eisner
The name of the waterfront director
The first name of the man Eisner was named after
Name of the camp director
Everyone's favorite camp activity that even has its own fairy
The song written by Matt Stamm, now sung by Eisner campers
The building that used to be a theatre, dining hall, and Ofarim Beit-Am
The second oldest unit
The ghost who haunts Manor House
The name of the boys' Olim bathroom
The sport once played in the hockey pavillion, now in the Octagon
The structure of the Olim bunks (excluding 26)
The baseball team Louis supposedly supports
The Hebrew letter associated with the sports chugim
Zip code of Great Barrington, MA
The second youngest unit during 2nd session
The name for the step-structure next to the Bonim Beit-Am, facing the lake
Where Olimers used to hang out during Breira and Swim/Sport
The Jewish education program at camp

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