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Meet Becca

(Published Feb 19, 2018) A recent graduate of Butler University with a BS in Arts Administration, Becca based her degree in nonprofit management in hopes of engaging youth. Most of her previous experience has been in bringing social justice leadership skills to youth through interactive activities and artistic expression. She also worked for a Jewish summer camp in Wisconsin (OSRUI), …

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Hosting an Israeli Camp Counselor

(Published Jan 22, 2018) In 2017, the Block family (Jeremy, Kelli, Teixler [6] and Hunter [3]) hosted a shlicha, Amit, for the summer. “Shlicha” is an Israeli camp counselor.  “We had a lot of apprehension in the beginning, just because we can be messy and crazy, but she just kind of fit in and the kids both really loved her,” …

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Confidence-building Swim Lessons

(Published June 29, 2017) The JCC is the place to be for Horizons at St. Richard’s. Horizons is a transformative six-week summer program that offers high quality learning for children outside of the school year. The mission of Horizons is to close the summer learning gap for Indianapolis kids from low income families through: intensive academic enrichment from pre-K to …

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Welcome Bridey Stangler

(Published May 25, 2017) If you are familiar with our school-age programs, you have most likely already met our new Director of Camps & Youth Programs. If you haven’t…well, you are missing out. Bridey comes to us with a wealth of experience in JCCs, camps and youth programs. Bridey is thrilled to be joining the Indy JCC! She grew up in the …

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Cereal Box Exhibition

(Published May 4, 2017) Children enrolled in the ECE Pre-kindergarten classrooms had an opportunity to show off a year’s worth of art projects with their 2017 Daled & Gimmel Art Show and Fundraiser, complete with an interactive gallery made up of cereal boxes. Kids set the value for their works of art; prices ranged from a penny for a vibrant-colored …

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I Love Goooooooould

(Published Apr 18, 2016) Meet Jim Gould and Have Fun with Fitness Even though JCC personal trainer Jim Gould doubted himself when he started a pre-retirement career in fitness (he was the oldest in his class by about 30 years!), he’s found his niche. “I bring energy, wisdom and age and I think people have appreciated that,” he said. “Anybody …

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Our new BBYO City Director

(Published Apr 1, 2016) Please join us in welcoming Ariel Movshovich to the JCC as our new BBYO City Director. She recently moved to Indy with her fiancé after living in Israel for five years. She holds a double major in Business Administration and Jewish Studies from Emory University, and a master’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies from the Hebrew University …

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Grandma Teddy’s Passover Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe + A Little History

(Published Apr 1, 2015) This recipe came straight from my grandmother’s kitchen. They’ve been a staple at my family Passover for as long as I can remember. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! Passover Chocolate Chip Cookies You’ll need: Next: Cream the sugars and butter together. Add vanilla and eggs and mix until well combined. Add …

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10 Tips for Choosing a Summer Camp

(Published Nov 13, 2014) Looking for a summer program for your child that will allow them to have fun, make friends, be safe and develop new skills?  Be sure to ask any program you are considering these questions to ensure your child will have a blast and the program meets your needs for appropriateness and safety. What is the camp’s …

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