Camp Pavilion at the JCC Indianapolis
The Sablosky Pavilion, dedicated in memory of Dean Sablosky by Larry and Lisa Sablosky, is most often used for Camp JCC and rented for outdoor parties. Its covered brick patio with kid-painted picnic tables is perfect for escaping the summer sun for a midday meal.
Wooded walking trails, a playground with swingset, and a large sunken soccer field surround the pavilion to complete the escape-to-nature vibe.
A kitchen and storage room as well as two restrooms are readily available for convenience.
About the Sabloskys
Lisa and Larry Sablosky both volunteer their time, leadership, and financial contributions to empower women, care for youth and their families, and improve the future of Indianapolis. Lisa and Larry received the Outstanding Philanthropists honor from AFP and were nominated by Eskenazi Health Foundation.
In 2015, Lisa was recognized by Impact 100 Indy with a Remarkable Woman award for community contributions including involvement in the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana and Dress for Success.
Larry J. Sablosky is one of the co-founders of Finish Line, a retailer that focuses on the latest and greatest styles in athletic footwear and clothing. Established in 1982, by 2005, the company had grown to 500 stores and a billion dollars in sales.
Dean Sablosky was Larry’s younger brother, a computer expert, who died in 1984 at the age of 25. The Pavilion is dedicated in his memory.