Monthly Archives: May 2013

Own a Piece of History by Renowned Artist Paul Palnik, Creator of the JCC 100 Limited Edition Posters!

Many of you know renowned local artist, Paul Palnik, for his unique, spiritually-themed, cartoon-style works of art that are featured in The Ohio State University Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum at the Wexner Center. His witty and detailed pen-and-ink drawings are world-famous, yet he calls Bexley home and is a long-time JCC member. But …

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Gallery Players 65th Season Line-Up

The Columbus JCC is proud to announce the 2013-2014 season of Gallery Players. One of the oldest community theaters in the Midwest, Gallery Players continues a 65-year tradition of delivering strong performances covering the gamut of the Jewish experience. From solemnity and sentiment to a bawdy romp navigating the heights of Jewish humor, Gallery Players …

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In its 15th Year, the Shehechyanu Teacher of the Year Award Continues to Honor Life and Love

With a smile on her face and a creative project on her mind, Lisa Keller comes to work at the JCC North preschool in Dublin eager to greet her students and share her day with them. Keller’s infectious enthusiasm for learning and love for her students is especially evident to the numerous parents who nominated …

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JCC Reunion Weekend Celebrations

This July 4-7: Get the word out now to friends near and far; there’s going to be JCC reunion fun all weekend long! The excitement begins on Thursday, July 4, as we kick off our fun-filled JCC reunion weekend by walking alongside the JCC 100 float in Bexley’s 4th of July parade. The best seat …

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RSVP Today for the 2013 Annual Meeting

This year’s Annual Meeting will be a celebration of the accomplishments of the many JCC volunteers and Board members who have given so much of their time and energy on behalf of the Jewish community over the past year. The 2013 JCC Annual Meeting will be an evening honoring the strong JCC Board leadership and …

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Happy Shavuot!

Shavuot, the Feast of the Weeks, is the Jewish holiday celebrating the harvest season in Israel. “Shavuot” is the Hebrew word for “weeks” and refers to the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai, which occurs 7 weeks after Passover. This ancient Jewish festival, like many other Jewish holidays, began as an agricultural celebration marking …

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