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JCC Indy in Israel

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The J was thrilled to send two staff members and two teen athletes to Israel this spring and summer, as Myranda Tetzlaff, Director of CampJCC and Youth, was part of the national Jewish Community Center Association’s inaugural Martin Pear Fellowship, which enables JCC professionals to build and strengthen connections between their JCC communities and Israel, […]

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JCC 2023 Annual Meeting Recap

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Eric Ratner Elected Board Chair of JCC Indianapolis Organization also elects five new board members, presents Bella Wolf College Scholarship Award and honors staff and volunteers INDIANAPOLIS, IN (June 21, 2023) – The JCC Indianapolis elected Eric Ratner as board chair at its annual meeting last night. Also elected as new board members were Abe […]

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Richard Mocha Makes a Splash

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Richard has always been afraid of the water, so swim lessons have been a no-go for the past several decades. A recent fall into deep water (while wearing a life vest), however, made him realize that if he wanted to be able to prevent himself from drowning, he had to face his fears and learn […]

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MEDIA ADVISORY: “Troubled Waters” premiere film screening

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JCC Indianapolis to host May 7 premiere screening of film that examines the desegregation of the Riviera Club INDIANAPOLIS, IN – On Sunday, May 7 at 2 pm, the JCC will host the premiere screening of the documentary Troubled Waters: The Integration of the Riviera Club. Directed by Emily Reuben, the documentary explores the 1974 […]

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Ready for Summer with the Rosenwinkels

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Alan, Marla, Emilia and Annie Rosenwinkel “Sometimes [our girls] end up spending more time over here than they do at home!” Marla Rosenwinkel marveled. The family (comprised of Marla, her husband Alan, and daughters Annie and Emilia) lives in the neighborhood, and the girls have been part of the early childhood, afterschool care, summer camp […]

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Passover with Lovelace and Michael

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The Passover holiday is always an event, but if you’re spending it with ECE Ones teacher Lovelace, her partner Michael and their family, it’s especially so. Their preparations start about two weeks before the holiday itself, to ensure they’re able to use up or give away any leavened grain products, known as chametz, before Passover […]

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Group Ex Grit

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Back row: Camille, Cindy, Gwen, Gloria, Yvonne A.Front row: Chloe, Gina, Yvonne Y., Reatha Come to the J on Monday evenings, and you’ll see what looks like a family reunion. Every week, a group of 10+ women gather to attend Tim Bass‘s Total Body BoxJUMP class, then make their way down to the Mordoh Fitness […]

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Nautical Nadiya

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Nadiya, age 11, has been a JCC member since before she can remember. Her family came to the U.S. in 1996 from Donetsk, Ukraine, and received assistance from the JCC as Jewish immigrants. At the JCC, the family has enjoyed a place of belonging and are welcomed by all, something they weren’t used to feeling […]

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Walter Bishop Runs Again

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Walter Bishop has always been a runner. “Thirty years ago I used to run a lot – half-marathons, all kinds of things,” he said. But as he’s gotten older, it’s gotten harder. When he started training solo for a 5K in 2021, he ended up injuring his hamstring. His do-it-yourself rehab attempts were unsuccessful, so […]

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Chanukah at Dorit Paul’s

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The Jewish COMMUNITY Center “There wasn’t much going on in town when I got married in the 1950s,” Dorit Paul said. So in that regard, joining the then-Kirshbaum Center (at the time located at 23rd and Meridian) for the social activities was a no-brainer, especially because her in-laws were already members. Then when the JCC […]

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