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Every Day at the Katz JCC is a Great Day – Especially, #GivingTuesday

By Brian M. Adler, JCC Development Director & Assistant Director I have been fortunate to have been a part of the Katz JCC staff for 21 years now.  I began in the old JCC as the Children’s Program Coordinator and am proud to now serve as an Assistant Director at…

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Pheel the Love at the Festival of ABC

by Evan Marcus, Co-Founder, DillonMarcus and Co-Author, Pheel the Love! My plan was to be a Rabbi.  In that role, speaking about love would be a natural. But God had another plan. I left Rabbinical school after 3.5 years and my path led me to starting a consulting business with…

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#JCCBubbesBrisket

By Marcy Lahav, JCC Adult,Cultural & Judaic Director Most of us have recipes handed down to us from our bubbes, out grandmothers.  From brisket, kugel and matzah ball soup to babka, honey cake and challah, food is an essential staple of Jewish traditions.  Food brings friends and family together to share…

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Real Housewife Comes Home to Cherry Hill

Sabrina Spector, Katz JCC Cultural Director How do you know you are making a difference?  We go to work hoping that all the long hours we put into our jobs is making an impact.  We volunteer because we believe in a cause and hope that we can somehow improve or…

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Give Your Brain a Workout at The Forum

By: Sabrina Spector, Cultural Director I find it harder and harder each day to balance all of the numerous obligations and tasks I have on my plate.  Mother, wife, full time employee, volunteer, friend, and just being part of the human race.  When I look at all of my peers,…

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Things To Be Thankful For

By: Marcy Lahav, Adult, Cultural & Judaic Director November can sometimes get lost between the holidays celebrated in the months before and after, but here at the Katz JCC, every month has special happenings. This November 8 was particularly significant for us and everyone in the country – the end…

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