Ohel’s Camp Kaylie proves an event of Xtreme success
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Ohel’s Camp Kaylie proves an event of Xtreme success

Drora Arussy of Fair Lawn and her son push through the challenge’s mudslide course. (Courtesy Ohel)
Drora Arussy of Fair Lawn and her son push through the challenge’s mudslide course. (Courtesy Ohel)

Ohel held its second annual OXC Xtreme Challenge at Camp Kaylie in Wurtsboro, N.Y. More than 300 women, men, and children of all abilities participated in a 5-mile and 1½-mile obstacle course competition. OXC committee founders and chairs are Ben Englander, Aryeh Jacobson, and Jeffrey Schwartz and Etan Kestenbaum.

Aiden and Ben Englander at the start the Ohel OXC Xtreme Challenge. (Courtesy Ohel)
Aiden and Ben Englander at the start the Ohel OXC Xtreme Challenge. (Courtesy Ohel)

Participants, ranging in age from 5 to 65, many with disabilities, climbed, jumped, swam, crawled and muscled their way through the finish line.

Start training now for next year’s annual OXC event. Preregister at www.oheloxc.org.

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