(FJC.ru) More Than 300 campers have enrolled in the Chabad-Lubavitch summer camp in Belarus, located on a lakeshore near the city of Pinsk in the Brest Region of the country.

"This is the first time ever that we have been able to organize the camp for so many," reported Sholom Malinkin, chairman of the Association of Jewish Communities of Belarus, which is served by chabad centers in six cities. "They come from 20 different towns across Belarus."

Lubavitch teenagers from the United States will join counselors from Belarus in creating an enjoyable time for the campers. The camp aims to acquaint its kids with Jewish traditions and culture, as well as teach them about Jewish life in their respective communities.