Monthly Archives: November 2013

What’s coming up at the JCC – CenterScene #96

Please click here to read this week’s CenterScene: Due to technical difficulty, this week’s issue is available on our website. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Florlyn Freedman Women’s Health Center Dedication

Florlyn Freedman was a member of the JCC for more than 62 years. She began as a volleyball player when the Center on College Avenue first opened. A lifetime regular at the JCC, Freedman could usually be found working out or lounging and chatting in the health club with friends. According to her niece, Rhonda …

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BBYO Continues Annual Toga Party Tradition

On Friday, November 1, over 70 Jewish teen BBYO members from around the Kentucky-Indiana-Ohio region gathered together for the young men of Heart of Ohio AZA’s annual chapter fundraiser. Heart of Ohio is one of the three Columbus BBYO chapters, and in partnership with Pops DSK AZA and Aliah BBG, invited BBYO teens from the …

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Activities, Elijah Pierce Art Display, and More In Store for JCC 100 Finale Play, Elijah’s Angel

To celebrate the conclusion of its 100th year, the JCC will bring to life the children’s book, Elijah’s Angel, by Columbus’ own Michael J. Rosen, who has adapted his National Jewish Book Award-winning book for the stage. As a picture-book, Elijah’s Angel was loosely based on Rosen’s own friendship with treasured local folk artist, Elijah …

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Y’Mai Limud Days Of Learning Featuring Return of Debbie Goodman

The JCC and the Florence Melton School of Adult Learning are pleased to welcome former JCC Director of Jewish Life and Learning Debbie Goodman back to Columbus for a series of special learning engagements, November 18 through 19. On Monday, November 18 at 10 am at the JCC, Goodman will speak on the topic of …

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Film Fest Continues with Two More Films this Week

There are two more chances to catch a film at the 2013 Columbus Jewish Film Festival. On Sunday, November 17, closing night will include a double feature and a dinner, for those who RSVP. The festival’s closing night begins with The World is Funny at5 pm at the JCC. The whimsical tragicomedy weaves together multiple storylines about family and …

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