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  • 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…

  • 5 Reasons for Girls & Women to Play Sports

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on February 29, 2016 | Share

    March 8 is International Women’s Day, and while celebrating strong, healthy women is part of what we do daily, we’re very excited for this holiday. When you see young girls and women achieving goals through sport, the historical context of women being expected to be frail and submissive gets turned on its head. The benefits of sports are no…