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  • On May 26, Hannah Vigran, one of the 25 students who took part in the 2016 March of the Living trip, uploaded a video to YouTube. This video was shared within the Mayerson JCC, deeply effecting those who saw it. Within its 14 minute and 13 second run-time, Hannah and fellow March of the Living participants explored the history of the…

  • Lag B’Omer Crafts for Kids & Parents

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on May 23, 2016 | Share

    While Lag B’Omer is traditionally an outdoorsy event, there’s no reason to miss out if it’s raining or you have little ones. Here are a few crafts that are safe and fun for the whole family (indoors & out)! 1. Safe Paper Campfire – Fill paper lunch sacks with tissue paper, stack them, and surround them with rocks to…

  • 5 Questions with Jennifer Teege

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on March 21, 2016 | Share

    On March 31 at 7pm, Jennifer Teege author of “My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me,” will be visiting the Mayerson JCC.  But her visit marks much more than a simple author discussion. Teege’s life story is unusual – and riveting. Adopted as a child, Teege knew that her mother was German and her father Nigerian. She kept contact infrequently,…

  • Bravery & Joy – Purim!

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on March 14, 2016 | Share

    Purim is a time for celebration. A time for throwing away cares and focusing on freedom. While many Jewish holidays are often commemorating somber reasons, Purim is a victory. That makes it all the more special. The festivities aren’t forgotten here at the J. We host a Young Professionals Hamentaschen bake, the children of the Early Childhood School join…