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  • JCC Blue Jays sports teams on the rise

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on January 10, 2020 | Share

    You may hear a lot about the J’s adult sports leagues – the legendary Men’s Softball Program has been going strong for more than 75 years, and our pick-up sports give adults a great chance to let off steam and enjoy time with friends throughout the week. But you can find some of the biggest crowds cheering on the…

  • This fall, the J launched its new Afternoon Enrichment program which builds on the strengths of its well-known Children & Family classes while catering to the needs of growing kids as they begin to transition from toddlerhood to school-age. The redesigned curriculum is based around scheduled “blocks” that alternate between active classes and more low-key learning, designed for kids…

  • For years now, inclusion has been a growing movement in the United States. The global Jewish community has even designated February as Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (watch for a whole year of Inclusion initiatives here at the J to be rolled out beginning in February 2019)! So what makes inclusion important? Inclusive environments in classrooms, sports activities,…

  • Q&A With Registered Dietitian Emily Ludwig

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on July 07, 2016 | Share

    Registered Dietitian Emily Ludwig has been with the J since February. In that time, she’s started a series of interactive discussions on popular health topics, and built a client-base of individuals all with their own set of goals. Emily gets asked a lot of questions about health, food, and what she does. We’re glad that she’s such a popular…

  • Avoiding the Summer Slide

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on July 01, 2016 | Share

    Ahhh…summer. A time of ice cream cones, and sun lounging. But when the fun of the season screeches to a halt, are your kids left overwhelmed? What about you? After all, finding a routine after weeks of downtime can be difficult for parents and children. It is possible to relax, have a blast, and still not lose momentum and…