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Tag: Camp Tawonga
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When a massive oak tree toppled over on a stage where five counselors were having breakfast at Camp Tawonga, killing one and severely injuring two others, news of the tragedy quickly rippled across the Bay Area Jewish community.
Founded in the 1920s, the camp located near...