2018 Fall Program Guide

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FALL PROGRAM GUIDE

2018

Adults

After School

Children &

Families

Early

Childhood

Development

Seniors

Sports & Fitness

Summer Camp

Teens

A place where everyone belongs.


Sam Pomeranz

Jewish Community Center of Syracuse

155 th Annual Meeting & Gala

June 3, 2018

Owera Vineyards, Cazenovia

Photos by Ryan MacCammon

Pictured in the foreground, from left,

is Neil Bronstein talking with Robert

Miron.

From left, Chief John Anton, Town

of DeWitt Police; Onondaga County

Undersheriff Jason Cassalia; Captain

Chase Bilodeau, Town of DeWitt Police;

and Centro Board Chairman Brian

Schultz.

Seated from left,

Jay Gillman, JCC

Board Member

Adam DuChene,

Ariel DuChene

and Jaclyn

Gnacik. Standing

from left, Donna

Gillman, JCC

Board President

Steven Sisskind,

Robin Sisskind

and Ben Gnacik.

From left, JCC Board Member

Peter Hall and JCC Executive

Director Marci Erlebacher.

From left, Rich Goldstein and

Stephen Helmer.

Pictured

from left

is Heidi

and Ron

Lowenstein

and Mickey

Lebowitz.

From left are 2018

Gala committee

members Erin

Hart, Robin

Sisskind, Linda

Drimer, Paula

King, Lynne

Pascale, Debbie

Goldwein and

Marci Erlebacher.


Welcome

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Marci Erlebacher

Executive Director

Erin Hart

Executive Asst./

Office Manager

Mission

The Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Syracuse is the nucleus

of the Jewish community built on the foundation of Jewish ethics and values.

We provide quality services and programs for all ages, serving everyone in the

Central New York Region.

Don Cronin

Controller

Nick Finlayson

Membership Director

Tammy Barzee

Daytime Receptionist

Will Wallak

Marketing Director

Michael Pawlenko

Building Superintendent

Deborah Stonecipher

Evening Receptionist

Contents

Contacts..........................................5

Registration Information ...........................6

JCC 2018 Annual Meeting & Gala ...................8

Early Childhood Development Program..............12

After School & School Age Programs ................15

Membership......................................17

Childrens Sports & Recreation Classes................22

Adults & Seniors ..................................25

Neulander Family Sports & Fitness Center............27

Group Exercise Schedule ...........................30

Tributes..........................................34

Save the Date: PJ Library Concert Dec. 10.............35

2018–2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President

Vice-Presidents

Treasurer

Secretary

Immediate

Past President

Past President

Board Members

Steven Sisskind

Phillip D. Rubenstein, Howard M. Weinstein, M.D., Debbie Goldwein

Sara Temes

Roy S. Gutterman

Alan E. Lipsy

Andrea Knoller

Shira Boschan

Kathleen Davis

Linda R. Drimer

Adam DuChene

Nan Fechtner

MaryAnne Gillson

Ben Gnacik

Ann Goldstein

Bud Greenman

Kaye Habib

Peter Hall

Paula Faith King

Michael A. Klein

Mark Levy

Scott D. Loeb

Joanne Maloff

Jessica Malzman

Helen Marcum

Melissa Romano McAllister

Ilene Feldman Mendel

Davia Moss

Lynne Pascale

Sarah Rose Pinsky

Kevin I. Rosenberg, M.D.

Susan Sloane

Steven D. Wladis

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Our Jewish Community Center

Summertime reflections…

By Marci Erlebacher

JCC Executive Director

The Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Syracuse

is the nucleus of the Jewish community built on the foundation of

Jewish ethics and values. We provide quality services and programs

for all ages serving everyone in the Central New York Region.

July 10, 2018

I love Monday nights during the summer at the JCC. Our Senior Meal Program’s Dr. Morton

and Mrs. Libby Maloff Summer Senior Dinners get this place hopping on Mondays. Seniors

reserve weeks in advance for these Monday evening meals and the room is always jumping with

anywhere from 60 to 75 attendees.

Last night in particular, as I was leaving the JCC to go home, I was thrown into a time warp.

There was this wonderful voice singing “Que Sera, Sera” coming out of our auditorium. It brought

me back to my aunt playing this song made famous by Doris Day on her record player over and

over again with the two of us singing along slightly off key.

I can’t tell you the nostalgia this filled me with. As I looked into the auditorium filled with

seniors, who were just finishing up with their dinners, so many had big smiles on their faces and

some were even singing along.

It was hard to pull myself away from the room but, as I did, I heard a lot of noise and

excitement coming from our swimming pool. Families were enjoying the warm weather and

children were taking swim lessons.

A few feet down the hall I was almost run down by a very determined baby just figuring out

that she could run but wasn’t sure how to stop as her dad was chasing behind her.

As I got into my car and looked onto a crowded parking lot, I can’t tell you how overwhelmed

I was with the joy of what was going on at the JCC. We were alive with laughter and life. We were

feeding people, singing together, laughing and teaching children how to swim. We were fulfilling

our mission to the utmost.

As I write these thoughts we are at the beginning of our summer. We are three weeks into

our eight weeks of summer camps and doing great. Fall semester will be here in the blink of an

eye. Fall promises to bring us a successful year with record enrollment in our Jerome and Phyllis

Charney Early Childhood Development Program, memberships at an all time high, after school

attendance at record numbers and high expectations for another great year.

I have confidence that the JCC will continue to meet the expectations of our mission statement

in exemplary ways continuing our tradition of food, laughter, song, building healthy bodies and

minds, and caring for children.

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Hours

FYIFOR

YOUR

INFORMATION

JCC Main Entrance

• Reception desk

Monday–Thursday. .. 8:00 am – 9:00 pm

Friday. ............. 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Saturday ........... Closed

Sunday. ............ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Neulander

Family Sports & Fitness Center

Monday–Thursday. .. 5:30 am – 9:00 pm

Friday. ............. 5:30 am – 6:00 pm

Saturday ........... 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Sunday. ............ 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

Locker rooms close 15 minutes after the

fitness areas close. The Schayes Family

Gymnasium opens at 7 am Monday

through Friday. Hours may be extended

for special programming or league play.

FOR THE SAFETY AND SECURITY OF EVERYONE

AT THE JCC, WE WILL STRICTLY ENFORCE THE

FOLLOWING SAFETY MEASURES:

• No cars may be parked in front of the main entrance

without a driver present.

• No parking in the handicapped spaces without proper

authorization.

• No parking in the loading area.

• First offense will receive a written warning.

• Second offense vehicles will be towed at the owner’s

expense.

Main. ....................................... 315-445-2360

Direct Dial to Office Extensions .................. 315-445-2040

Sports & Fitness Center. ........................ 315-234-4522

Fax ........................................... 315-449-4539

Email. ........................................info@jccsyr.org

Staff

Contacts

Administration

Marci Erlebacher. .....Executive Director. ................ x107

Erin Hart .............Executive Assistant/Ofc. Manager. ...x112

Don Cronin. ..........Controller .........................x118

Abbie Tricome. ........Bookkeeper. ...................... x138

Will Wallak. ...........Marketing Director ................ x108

Nick Finlayson. ........Membership Director. ............. x140

Michael Pawlenko .....Building Superintendent ........... x125

Tammy Barzee. .......Daytime Receptionist. ............. x100

Deborah Stonecipher. ..Evening Receptionist. .............. x100

Adults and Seniors Program

Cindy Stein

Director of Adult and Senior Programming ................ x104

Joni Paul

Adult and Senior Programming Assistant. ................. x104

Kitchen. ............................................... x124

Children’s Programming

Jerome & Phyllis Charney Early Childhood Development Program

After School & School Age Programs • Teen Programs

Pamela Ranieri........ Director of Children’s Programming.. x123

Amy Bisnett............ Assoc. Dir. of Children’s Programming.. x122

Early Childhood Development Program

Christine Flynn...... Early Childhood Assistant Director....x120

Jennifer Paine. ......Early Childhood Receptionist ....... x120

After School & School Age Programs

Joshua Van Alstyne . Asst. Dir. of School Age Programs ... x133

Sports & Fitness

Health, Physical Education & Recreation (HPER)

Patrick Scott. .........Sports & Fitness Director. .......... x144

Sherri Lamanna

Director of Gymnastics, Dance & ECDP Phys. Ed. ........... x126

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REGISTRATION INFO

How to register

To enroll in classes, use the Class Registration

Form on p. 20 of this booklet. Complete one form

for each individual registration and return to:

JCC of Syracuse

5655 Thompson Rd.

DeWitt, NY 13214

Fax: 315-449-4539

Full payment must be received with the enrollment

form. Register early as some programs have

limited space and classes fill up fast. JCC

members receive enrollment priority.

Automatic registration Auto registration may be

made for the same ongoing class next semester.

Please indicate this on the registration form and

your credit card will be billed at that time.

Cancellations, refunds & changes We do not

send registration confirmations. We will notify you

only if a class is cancelled. The JCC reserves

the right to cancel a class due to insufficient

registration. In such cases, a full refund or credit

will be issued. Transfers from one class to another

can only be made with prior JCC approval.

Billing

Membership JCC membership is a one-year

commitment. Annual membership is nonrefundable

and payment is due in full upon

joining. Or, for your convenience, you may choose

an alternate payment option such as monthly

automatic payments from your credit/debit card or

bank account.

Program enrollment Bills for the Early Childhood

Development Program (ECDP) and the After

School Program will be issued on or about the first

of every month. Payment may be made by mail, in

person or via phone/fax by credit card. You may

also choose monthly automatic payments from

your credit/debit card or bank account.

After School withdrawals, changes

To ensure proper staffing ratios, changes or

withdrawals must be made in writing to the After

School Program by the 15th of the month (or

next business day) prior to the month when the

change will occur. If written notification is not

received, you are responsible for the original billed

amount. Increases in days and times are based on

availability.

ECDP withdrawals, changes

Enrollment in ECDP is a commitment to our

10-month school year which consists of three

sessions: September–November, December–

February and March–June. Any program

withdrawals or enrollment changes must be made

30 days before the start of a session. For further

details, dates and deadlines, please contact the

ECDP office at 315-445-2040, ext. 120.

FYIFOR YOUR

INFORMATION

Kashrut policy

The JCC kitchen is under the supervision

of the Syracuse Va’ad Ha-ir. The kashrut

policy requires strict adherence to the list

of approved foods that may be brought into

the kitchen. This list is available through

program staff members.

Room rental

The JCC rents a variety of spaces at

affordable rates. Our auditorium has

computer presentation capabilities and we

offer kosher catering. We also have various

conference rooms that can be arranged to

accommodate meetings, classes, parties

and other events. For details, contact Erin

Hart at 315-445-2040, ext. 112.

Snow policy

The JCC will make every effort to remain

open during snowy and harsh winter

weather conditions. Closings will be

announced on our website www.jccsyr.org

and on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Closings will also be listed on local TV

Sept. 3, 2018 ...Closed – Labor Day

Fitness Center and Pool only open.

Sept. 10, 11 ....Closed – Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 18 .......Close at 5 pm

Eve of Yom Kippur

Sept. 19 .......Closed – Yom Kippur

Sept. 24, 25 ....Closed – Sukkot

Childcare programs and Fitness Center only open.

Oct. 1 .........Closed – Shemini Atzeret

Childcare programs and Fitness Center only open.

Oct. 2 .........Closed – Simchat Torah

Childcare programs and Fitness Center only open.

Nov. 22, 23 .....Closed – Thanksgiving

Fitness Center only open.

Dec. 25 ........Closed

Fitness Center only open.

Jan. 1, 2019 .....Closed – New Year’s Day

Fitness Center only open.

2018-2019 Holiday Closings

channels 3, 5, 9 and 10, and on radio

stations 620 AM, 570 AM and 94.5 FM.

Please call us for class or program

cancellation information.

In the event of school closings, the JCC

will make every effort to remain open for

childcare. This service is open to members

and active program participants only.

Please call ahead for the latest information.

The JCC’s main office will be closed during Jewish holidays. For the convenience of our Fitness members and

program participants, only our childcare programs (ECDP, After School) and Fitness Center will be open during

select Jewish holidays as indicated below. Questions? Contact us at 315-445-2360 or info@jccsyr.org.

April 19 ........Close at 5 pm

Eve of Passover

Fitness Center only open regular hours.

April 20 .......Passover

Fitness Center only open.

April 21 ........Closed – Passover

Fitness Center only open.

April 26 .......Closed – Passover

Childcare programs and Fitness Center only open.

April 27 ........Passover

Fitness Center only open.

May 27 ........Closed – Memorial Day

Fitness Center and Pool only open.

June 9 .........Closed – Shavuot

Fitness Center only open.

June 10 ........Closed – Shavuot

Childcare programs and Fitness Center only open.

July 4 ..........Closed – Independence Day

Fitness Center and Pool only open.

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Supporting Your Center

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The JCC of Syracuse is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your continued

financial contributions, gifts, grants and endowments allow us to serve

you, your family and the larger community six days per week, year round.

Funds raised are critical to daily operations, special programming, future

development and improvements, and scholarships and financial aid.

End-of-year donation

Public support is imperative to the JCC of

Syracuse’s survival. The center depends on

these donations for a full 7% of its annual

budget. Information about making a taxdeductible,

end-of-year contribution will

be sent out in late fall.

Matching gifts

Many area companies have matching gift

programs, which encourage charitable

giving by their employees. Under these

programs, companies match gifts—often

dollar for dollar or even two dollars to

one—that individuals make to nonprofit,

tax-exempt organizations. Your gift to

the JCC may qualify. Please check with

your employer to determine eligibility

requirements.

Tribute cards

To commemorate special occasions,

including births, birthdays, graduations,

anniversaries, marriages, Bar or Bat

Mitzvah, or to celebrate and honor the

memory of a loved one, the JCC welcomes

tax-deductible gifts to one of our many

endowment or special funds. (See the

tributes on page 34.) The JCC will

send an acknowledgement card to the

individual (or next of kin) in whose name

the contribution is made. Tribute cards

recognize someone special and help the

JCC. For more information, contact Erin

Hart at 315-445-2040, ext. 112.

Volunteer

An agency such as the JCC is dependent

on the enthusiasm and willingness of

community members who volunteer their

time and talents. Volunteers are invaluable

in bringing vital perspective, experience,

community and manpower to complement

those of our staff members.

Senior Adult Dining Program

Our Bobbi Epstein Lewis Senior Adult

Dining Program (see page 25) offers

seniors a hot, nutritious kosher meal

five days a week at a very affordable

price. It’s our way of “giving back” to

local seniors who form the foundation

of our community. You can help

keep this valuable program going by

making a contribution or becoming a

sponsor of our monthly senior newsletter.

For more information, contact

Erin Hart at 315-445-2040, ext. 112.

Jewish Federation of CNY

The JCC of Syracuse is a beneficiary

agency of the Jewish Federation of

Central New York. The JCC receives

funding from the Federation and

works in close partnership with it to

provide the Jewish community with

essential programs and services.

JCC families and members can help

by giving generously to the Jewish

Federation of CNY campaign.

Shabbat and Holiday

Candle Lighting

August 31. ................... 7:23 pm

September 7. ................. 7:11 pm

September 9. ................. 7:07 pm

September 10. ............ after 8:06 pm

September 14. ................ 6:58 pm

September 18. ................ 6:51 pm

September 21. ................ 6:45 pm

September 23. ................ 6:42 pm

September 24. ............ after 7:40 pm

September 28. ................ 6:33 pm

September 30. ................ 6:29 pm

October 1. ............... after 7:27 pm

October 5. ................... 6:20 pm

October 12. .................. 6:09 pm

October 19. .................. 5:57 pm

October 26. .................. 5:47 pm

November 2. ................. 5:37 pm

November 9. ................. 4:29 pm

November 16. ................ 4:22 pm

November 23. ................ 4:16 pm

November 30. ................ 4:13 pm

December 7. ................. 4:11 pm

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Sold out 2018 Gala a big-time celebration

The Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community

Center of Syracuse does things in a big

way. Whether it’s childcare, cuttingedge

fitness facilities, summer camp or

programs for seniors, the JCC is constantly

striving for excellence. So it’s no surprise

that this year’s 155th Annual Meeting &

Gala, presented by naming sponsor The

Wladis Companies, was one of the center’s

biggest and most successful to date.

The sold-out event, held on Sunday,

June 3, at Owera Vineyards in Cazenovia,

drew over 260 people. Supporters came

together to celebrate the JCC and honor

a large slate of award recipients, all while

enjoying an authentic New York-style deli

brunch catered by Essen New York Deli

from Brooklyn.

“We are so fortunate to have such

wonderful support from our community,

which has allowed us to make this year’s

celebration one of the biggest yet,” said

JCC of Syracuse Executive Director

Marci Erlebacher. “The fantastic lineup

Kovod Award recipient Donna Lipton shares a few

thoughts after receiving her award..

Photos by Ryan MacCammon.

Pictured, from left, is Nomi Bergman, JCC Executive Director

Marci Erlebacher and last year’s Hall of Fame Award recipients

Bob and Diane Miron. Bergman introduced the Miron’s to receive

their award this year as they were unable to attend last year’s

gala due to Bob’s illness.

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It was a special moment when law enforcement was recognized with the Kovod Gadol Award during the

JCC Gala. Pictured, from left, is Trooper Brian DeRochie, New York State Police; Investigator Benjamin

Scalise, New York State Police; Major Philip Rougeux, New York State Police; Onondaga County

Undersheriff Jason Cassalia; Michael DuBois, FBI; Onondaga County Sheriff Gene Conway; Janelle Miller,

FBI; Captain Chase Bilodeau, Town of DeWitt Police; Jewish Federation of Central New York Security

Liaison Susan Case DeMari; Chief John Anton, Town of DeWitt Police; JCC Executive Director Marci

Erlebacher; and JCC Board President Steven Sisskind.

of honorees this year is even more

meaningful as we also recognized the

law enforcement agencies that assisted us

through last year’s bomb threats. We are so

appreciative of the wonderful support from

this year’s sponsors, guests and donors.”

Following a brief business meeting

where the JCC board of directors installed

its new and returning board members, as

well as its officers, it was on to the awards

portion.

But first, before the full slate of

Gala awards were presented, a special

recognition award was given to Irv and

Cheryl Schotz for starting the Michele

Schotz Foundation in memory of their

loving daughter. The foundation is giving

the JCC funds to start a reading and

Kovod Award recipient Lynne Pascale (right)

smiles as she is being introduced by her

sister-in-law Debbie Pascale (left).

tutoring program in Michele Schotz’s

name to help children in the JCC’s After

School Program excel from “caterpillar to

butterfly” in literacy.

The JCC Gala awards program followed

and the Kovod Award, which signifies

honor and importance, was presented

to Donna Lipton and Lynne Della Pelle

Pascale.

Lipton recently retired after 15 years of

volunteering at the JCC as a senior exercise

class instructor. Pascale, a JCC of Syracuse

board member since 2013, has served as

gala committee chairperson. She also is

the owner of Farmer Street Pantry, a local

specialty food business.

Next up was the Kovod Gadol Award,

the JCC’s highest honor which in Hebrew

translates to great honor. This year’s

awards were presented to those

instrumental in keeping the JCC safe

during and after last year’s bomb

threats. The recipients were Susan

Case DeMari, Jewish Federation of

Central New York security liaison;

the Federal Bureau of Investigation

(FBI); New York State Police;

Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office;

Town of DeWitt Police Department;

and Centro.

DeMari is a senior attorney

adjudicator/attorney advisor with

the Social Security Administration

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2018

JCC CAMP

Joe & Lynne Romano

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Thank you

for an amazing summer!

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Reality cannot be changed

or doctored

By Rabbi Evan Shore

Sha’arei Torah Orthodox

Congregation of Syracuse

Recently, my wife and I vacationed in

Orlando. I couldn’t believe how many

people viewed their experience through the

lens of a smart phone or camera. Even while

watching attractions at Disney, I noticed

many people viewing the show through the

blue light of their screens. I began to think

if the same people recorded their own

actions, experiences and live interactions,

would they want to share the footage with

others?

In reality, our lives and every day actions

are recorded. Our Rabbis in the Talmud

teach us, there is a Seeing eye, Hearing ear

and all of our actions are recorded. With

our smart devices it is very easy to delete a

scene or picture. We may try to Photoshop

a picture but the truth remains. Reality

cannot be changed or doctored.

The upcoming High Holidays afford us a

chance to begin anew and to start over.

There may be actions we need to change,

others to eliminate, while there may be

character traits we need to adopt and take

on.

Rosh Hashanah is quickly approaching and

the Master Producer and Director, Hashem,

is about to call out ACTION!!! The question

that remains to be answered is clear: If we

are able to look over and view our actions

next year at this time, would we be proud

or ashamed, pleased or unhappy?

The call of the shofar is about to sound.

Let us heed its call and give our best

performance of our lives so truly the year

5779 will be one we can look back at with a

sense of accomplishment and pride in all of

our actions.

Please God, let this year be one of peace,

health, happiness and true realization

of Jewish ideals. To all: A Shanah Tova

Tikateivu!!!

S isterhood S ymposium

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 • 6:30 PM

Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community Center

Anne and Hy Miller Family Auditorium

Marriage, Intermarriage, and

Jewish Families Today

Participants

Prof. Sylvia Barack Fishman

Joseph and Esther Foster Professor of Judaic Studies

Brandeis University

Rabbi Andrew Pepperstone

Rabbi, Congregation Beth Sholom-Chevra Shas

Presented by

The Sisterhood

of Congregation Beth Sholom-Chevra Shas

and

Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community Center of Syracuse

Dinner and Symposium Open to the Public

$25 per person

Table for eight with program recognition $250

REGISTER BY OCTOBER 8!

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Please indicate whether you prefer a chicken or vegetarian/gluten-free option.

Make checks payable to:

Congregation Beth Sholom-Chevra Shas

PO Box 271, DeWitt, NY 13214

Save the date...

YALE STROM

& HOT PSTROMI

CONCERT:

Saturday, November 10 | 7:30 pm

LECTURE:

Monday, November 11 | 10:30 am

Temple Adath Yeshurun

450 Kimber Road, Syracuse

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FREE AND OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY

Presented by Temple Adath Yeshurun & the JCC of Syracuse

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• Continued from page 8

(SSA), Office of Disability Adjudication

and Review. As the volunteer security

liaison with the Jewish Federation

of Central New York, DeMari is the

designated community contact for

federal, state, county, local and university

law enforcement agencies in CNY on

behalf of the Jewish community. The law

enforcement agencies noted above each

played an important role in responding

Pictured is Hall of Fame inductee Marilyn Pinsky

(center) with JCC Executive Director Marci

Erlebacher and Board President Steven Sisskind.

“The Leslie” Award, named after Leslie London Neulander, was

presented to Carolyn Weinberg (center) this year. Also pictured, from

left, is her father Ronald Siegel, DDS, and her mother Joan Siegel

Photos by Ryan MacCammon.

Pictured is Centro’s Board Chairman Brian Schultz (second from left)

and CEO Rick Lee (second from right) after accepting the Kovod

Gadol Award. Also pictured, from left, is JCC Executive Director Marci

Erlebacher, Barry Shulman, who introduced Schultz and Lee to receive

the award, and JCC Board President Steven Sisskind.

to and investigating last

year’s threats. And Centro

provided busing for JCC

staff and children to its

offsite evacuation area

during the incidents.

“It was truly fitting to

recognize all who ‘had

our back’ during such

a trying time last year,”

said Erlebacher. “We

got through it and now

our programs are on the

upswing and doing very

well.”

Next was the Hall of Fame Award,

which recognizes and celebrates

individuals who have dedicated themselves

to the Syracuse Jewish community and

to the advancement of the JCC. The first

award, which was unable to be given last

year, was presented to Bob and Diane

Miron. The Mirons couldn’t attend last

year’s Gala because of Bob Miron’s illness.

He’s since made a great recovery and the

Miron’s looked great as they graciously

accepted their award.

This year’s Hall of Fame Awards were

then presented to Sheldon

“Shelly” Kruth and Marilyn

Pinsky. Kruth is a managing

partner with the public

accounting firm D’Arcangelo

and Co. As a child, he attended

the JCC summer camp and

participated in other JCC

programs. His connection to

the JCC continued as an adult

serving on the JCC’s board,

where he served as board

president from 1981-1982,

co-chaired the fund-raising

committee for the Holocaust

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From left, JCC Executive Director Marci Erlebacher presents a special

recognition award to Cheryl and Irv Schotz for starting the Michele Schotz

Foundation, in memory of their daughter. The reading and tutoring support

program for local children which will be used by the JCC.

Sheldon “Shelly” Kruth (far right), one of

this year’s Hall of Fame Award recipients,

chats with Victor Hershdorfer (far left) and

wife Celaine (back facing camera).

Library, and co-chaired the committee for

the Fitness Center addition. After serving

13 years as commissioner of the Onondaga

County Department of Aging and Youth,

Pinsky retired from a 36-year career

in county government. She is an active

member of Friends of the Central Library

(FOCL), Jewish Community Foundation of

Central New York and National Council of

Jewish Women.

Finally, this year’s Leslie Award, the

third to be given since being introduced

in 2016, was presented to Carolyn

Weinberg, coordinator of PJ Library

in CNY, a JCC of Syracuse program.

“The Leslie” recognizes outstanding

commitment and service to the JCC and

the local community—the qualities which

the award’s namesake, Leslie London

Neulander, personified through her many

volunteer pursuits. Weinberg has been an

active and proud member of the Syracuse

Jewish community. A Syracuse native,

she also serves as recording secretary for

Temple Adath Yeshurun’s executive board

and she is active in children, family and

young adult programs throughout the

community.

The JCC of Syracuse’s Annual

Meeting & Gala is the center’s

largest and most important

annual fundraiser. This year’s

event proceeds, as in the past,

will provide significant funding

for scholarships to individuals in

the JCC’s early childhood, after

school, summer camp and senior

programs.

For more information about

the JCC of Syracuse, call 315-445-

2360 or visit www.jccsyr.org.

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Children’s Programming

Early Childhood Development Program • After School & School Age Programs • Teen Programs

Pam Ranieri

Director of

Children’s Programming

315.445.2040 x123

pranieri@jccsyr.org

Amy Bisnett

Associate Director of

Children’s Programming

315.445.2040 x122

abisnett@jccsyr.org

We recently restructured and consolidated our children’s programs

(Early Childhood Program, After School & School Age Programs, and

Teen Programs) under the newly created Children’s Programming

department. This enhanced structure allows us to be more flexible

and responsive overall while giving these individual programs the

autonomy to better serve our members, families and the community.

Christine Flynn

Early Childhood

Assistant Director

315.445.2040 x120

cflynn@jccsyr.org

Jennifer Paine

Early Childhood Receptionist

315.445.2040 x120

Joshua Van Alstyne

Assistant Director of

School Age Programs

315.445.2040 x133

jvanalstyne@jccsyr.org

Jerome and Phyllis

Charney

Early Childhood Development Program

/ecdpjccsyr

How to Register

Registration for the 2018-2019 school year

has been ongoing, and space is typically

very limited. Each new school year requires

registration. When a class is filled, based on

New York State licensing requirements, a

wait list is developed. Once the school year

begins, children are admitted from the wait

list on a space-available basis.

There is a $25 wait list reservation fee.

This does not guarantee placement in a

classroom. We will notify you if a placement

becomes available, and you will have 48

hours to accept the placement.

Withdrawals, changes

Enrollment in ECDP is a commitment to

our 10-month school year which consists

of three sessions: September–November,

December–February and March–June. Any

withdrawals or enrollment changes must be

made 30 days before the start of a session.

For more information, and to schedule a

tour, please call us at 315-445-2040, ext. 120.

Infant Level

We offer the highest quality of care to our

youngest members in the Syracuse area. To

maintain a developmentally appropriate

environment for our infants, they are

separated into two age groups: Infant I

and Infant II. Infants who are 6 weeks to

12 months old at time of enrollment are

placed in the Infant I classroom. Infants

who are 12 months to 24 months at the

We are committed to developing the social, emotional, physical

and intellectual well being of each child, allowing them to grow and

flourish as productive members of the community. Our

Hours

Monday–Friday

7 am – 6 pm

time of enrollment are placed in the

Infant II classroom.

The ECDP provides a responsive

environment that supports and encourages

exploration through a variety of classroom

routines and experiences. Infant caregivers

focus on daily routines such as hellos and

goodbyes,

diapering

and toileting,

feeding,

dressing and

soothing

to sleep as

part of the

curriculum.

These oneon-one

routines help to build positive

relationships between infant and caregiver,

promoting trust and allowing infants to

feel secure in their environment.

Once infants have developed a

trusting relationship with their caregivers

they will start to gain new skills and

participate more actively in daily routines.

The teachers are then able to provide

intentional indoor and outdoor experiences

that allow children to learn while imitating

and pretending, connecting with music

and movement, exploring with sand and

water and creating with art.

emphasis is on helping children become independent,

self-confident, inquisitive and enthusiastic learners.

Toddler Level

• Must be 18-months old by September 4, 2018

Toddler children are at an age when they

establish secure attachments with their

caregivers more quickly and are now eager

to experience their world. They react to

what they experience through their senses

and physical activity. ECDP teachers

provide intentional experiences for

toddlers through a variety of indoor and

outdoor experiences.

Learning materials that match the

children’s growing abilities and interests

are provided and the children start to

explore objects and begin to use them

purposefully. While playing with toys,

imitating and pretending, exploring

sand and water, creating with art and

going outdoors, the toddlers learn to

communicate and socialize with peers and

adults, to think mathematically and to

discover like scientists.

Toddlers start to enjoy special

programming outside of the classroom

setting, such as Toddler Tango and gym

class. Toddlers are placed into classrooms

according to their chronological age.

Children do not need to be toilet trained,

and when appropriate, toilet training will

be incorporated into one of the goals for

your child.

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Jerome and Phyllis

Charney

Early Childhood Development Program

Calendar

AUGUST

31. ......... Meet your teacher

SEPTEMBER

3. .......... Closed – Labor Day

4. .......... First day of school

10, 11 ...... Closed – Rosh Hashanah

12. ......... PJ Library

Wear your pajamas to school!

18. ......... Close at 5 pm – Yom Kippur

19. ......... Closed – Yom Kippur

27. ......... Field trip to Beak and Skiff

OCTOBER

12. ......... PJ Library

Wear your pajamas to school!

17, 18. ...... Class and individual photos

NOVEMBER

14. ......... PJ Library

Wear your pajamas to school!

21. ......... Thanksgiving Luncheon

Rooms 2, 7, 8, A, B

22, 23. ..... Closed – Thanksgiving

DECEMBER

5. .......... PJ Library

Wear your pajamas to school!

6. .......... Chanukah Party

Rooms 2, 7, 8, A, B

24 .........Vacation Camp

25. ......... Closed

26–31 ......Vacation Camp

Three-Year Old Level

• Must be age 3 by December 1, 2018

With kindergarten just two years away,

this is an important time for every child

to learn that the world is bigger than

imagined. Children learn new skills

and concepts through our thematic,

hands-on approach to learning. Daily

activities are carefully planned to promote

children’s social, emotional and cognitive

development. Our teachers are trained to

recognize differences in rates

of development within this

age group, and individualize

instruction to meet every

child’s needs. Materials and

activities are appropriately

tailored in an effort to

challenge children’s abilities

while building their selfconfidence.

Throughout the year, children will

discover the wonder of the world they live

in. All of our three-year olds are actively

engaged in group discussions, long-term

studies, sensory play, cooking, process art

and more. Our three-year olds are reading

stories, singing songs and playing their way

through the day. We also tailor gym time

with our specialized gym instructor to

the needs of our three-year olds. We play

outside every day, weather permitting, on

our beautiful fenced-in playgrounds.

With all of these wonderful

activities happening in our three-year

old classrooms, the Early Childhood

Development Program provides a well

rounded and positive learning experience

for your child.

Pre-K Level

• Must be age 4 by December 1, 2018

Our oldest children explore the world

through our hands-on, developmentally

appropriate approach to learning. We

include both child initiated play and

teacher-directed academic experiences on

a daily basis. Planned lessons

and activities allow teachers

to informally and continually

assess each child in order

to effectively modify and

individualize instruction.

Academically, we focus

on exposing children to the

skills and concepts needed

to succeed in kindergarten.

This includes creative expression, math

and reading readiness, along with fine

and gross motor skill development to help

each child learn, grow and succeed. Each

classroom is also equipped with a SMART

board where the children are engaged in

daily interactive lessons which promote

creativity and critical thinking.

Children at the Pre-K level attend field

trips which coincide with what they are

learning. In the fall our classes will visit

the apple and pumpkin farms. Later in the

school year the teachers will plan specific

trips per their curriculums.

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Charney

Early Childhood Development Program

FUNDRAISERS

Bottle & can drive

Please bring in your bottles and cans to

FM Returnables at 202 W. Seneca St. in

Manlius! We raised over $500 last year

with the help of our families. Make sure

you tell them it’s a donation for JCC’s

ECDP when you drop off your bottles and

cans.

Square One Art

In October the Early Childhood

Department will be raising money using

your child’s artwork! Parents can purchase

coffee mugs, key chains, T-shirts and

magnets that express their little one’s

creativity. Order forms will be in your

child’s mailbox.

Great birthday parties start here!

We offer age appropriate games and activities tailored to your

preschooler’s likes and interests. Parties at the JCC are two

hours long, and include all necessary materials, invitations,

birthday cake and party supplies. Our staff will set up and

clean up, and provide one hour of structured fun.

For details and pricing, contact Josh Van Alstyne at

315-445-2040, ext. 133, or jvanalstyne@jccsyr.org.

PJ Library

PJ Library in CNY (PJ for pajamas), a JCC

of Syracuse program, holds a monthly

PJ Library day in ECDP. Children are

encouraged to wear their pajamas to school

when the PJ Library coordinator visits to

read stories, sing songs and plan activities

with the children. PJ Library offers free,

high-quality Jewish books and music each

month to parents raising Jewish children

ages six months to eight years all across

North America.

Thank You!

Special thanks to

B&B Lumber

for their generous mulch donation for our playgrounds!

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After School & School Age Programs

Kindergarten –

Sixth Grade

We provide a dynamic array of programs and activities for school-age children

in a safe, nurturing, flexible and welcoming environment that supports their

families’ needs. Programming focuses on a healthy combination of constructive

play, child- and counselor-led activities, active play and Judaic culture. Everyone

is welcomed and encouraged to become vital members of our programs.

After School Program Program

September 5, 2018

First day of the After School Program

After School withdrawals,

changes

To ensure proper staffing ratios, changes

or withdrawals must be made in writing to

the After School Program by the 15th of

the month (or next business day) prior to

the month when the change will occur. If

written notification is not received, you are

responsible for the original billed amount.

Increases in days and times are based on

availability.

Calendar

Sept. 3. ........Closed – Labor Day

Sept. 5. ........First day of

After School Program

Sept. 9, 10. .....Closed – Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 18. .......Close at 5 pm

Eve of Yom Kippur

Sept. 19. .......Closed – Yom Kippur

Oct. 8. .........Columbus Day vaca camp

Nov. 12. ........Veterans Day vaca camp

Nov. 22, 23. ....Closed – Thanksgiving

Dec. 25. ........Closed

Jan. 1, 2019. ....Closed – New Year’s Day

What is the ASP all about?

• Balancing safe, educational and

recreational programming for schoolage

children.

• Hours: Close of school to 6 p.m. on

school days.

• Recreation includes all types of sports

and games, arts and crafts, cultural

activities, sledding when there’s snow,

swimming in June and much more.

• Educational activities are experiential

and based on fun.

• The homework room is available

Monday through Thursday.

Transportation

J-D Schools transports students directly

to the JCC. This must be coordinated with

the specific school. The JCC’s own bus can

transport students from some Syracuse

City and F-M district schools, including

private schools, at no extra cost. Please

contact us for scheduling. The JCC bus

We offer class care for After School Program

families who want the convenience of sending

their child to enrichment classes without

having to transport them all over town.

Our wide range of popular classes offer

the security and quality care that comes

along with our After School Program at an

affordable price.

Pricing is based on your child’s arrival time to

the program. Pay a monthly fee based on the

number of days your child is enrolled in a JCC

class. To be eligible for class care, enrichment

classes must be at least 45 minutes long. If a

class is less than 45 minutes you must enroll

in regular after school care for the day. Your

Class Care—How it Works

is reserved for children enrolled in JCC

programs.

Program monthly rates

Days per week Members Non-members

5 $240 $310

4 $210 $270

3 $180 $236

2 $132 $175

1 $90 $132

5% sibling discount. Discount applies to lower

priced enrollment on each additional child.

After School Program rates are NOT prorated

for months with varying number of

school days or for participant absences.

child may stay in the After School Program

before and/or after class until the program

closes at 6 p.m.

Class Care Pricing*

Syracuse Hebrew Day

School & JDMS

Ed Smith, Moses DeWitt,

Tecumseh, H.W. Smith

Jamesville Elementary

and Fayetteville-Manlius

Schools

$20 per class

day per month

$15 per class

day per month

$10 per class

day per month

*Please contact us if your child’s school is not

listed here.

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After School & School Age Programs

Kindergarten –

Sixth Grade

Vacation camps

The JCC’s vacation camps offer safe and

engaging programming for school-age

children during regularly scheduled school

breaks. We make it easy and convenient

for your child to enjoy fun and creative

indoor/outdoor activities such as sports,

games, arts and crafts, field trips and more.

The camp day runs from 9 a.m. to 4

p.m. with early/late care available to extend

each day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Half-day

options are also available most days. Fullday

campers are asked to bring a nonmeat

lunch. An afternoon snack will be

provided.

Vacation camps require separate

registration and the cost is not included in

the monthly After School Program rates.

2018-2019 VACATION CAMPS

Registration flyers will be sent home with all

regular After School Program participants a

few weeks prior to each vacation camp. Our

activities vary greatly and we keep things

exciting and fun for our vaca-campers.

Times 9 am – 4 pm

Early/Late Care* 7 am – 6 pm

Prices

Full Day $48 members, $58 non-mem.

Half Day $32 members; $38 non-mem.

Early/Late Care* $2 members; $3 non-mem.

*Free for After School Program participants

enrolled at least one day/week

Columbus Day ............. Monday, 10/8

Veterans Day (observed). ....Monday, 11/12

Pre-Turkey Day......... Wednesday, 11/21

Winter Break. ...12/24, 12/26–12/28, 12/31

M.L.K. Day ............ Monday, 1/21/2019

February Break. .................2/18–22

Spring/Passover Break. ........... 4/15–19

Camp care for other days off from school

If you need care for your grade K-6 child

during other incidental days off from

school such as district-wide superintendent

days, conference days, half-days and even

unexpected snow days, we’ve got you

covered. The JCC offers camp care on

these days with the same types of cool

activities as our school break vacation

camps. These camp days run from 9 a.m.

to 4 p.m. with early/late care available to

extend each day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

We’re here when you need us

Even if you’re not a JCC After School

Program participant, you may bring your

school-age child to the JCC on these

incidental days off from school. Please call

ahead for the forms and details.

The JCC After School

Program will soon be

starting up a reading and

tutoring program thanks to

funds received from the Michelle Schotz

Foundation. This new initiative will be a

We serve the Syracuse City School District

(select schools), Jamesville-DeWitt, Fayetteville-

Manlius and area private schools. If your child

attends school in these districts or has a school

closure that coincides with one of these public

school districts, you may take advantage of

these days.

For our After School Program

participants...

Regularly scheduled After School Program

participants have the added bonus of lowcost

child care—only $10 per child—for

camp care during these incidental days off

from school. Plus, early/late care is free on

these days.

Questions? Call us at 315-445-2360.

Reading and tutoring support from caterpillar to butterfly

great way for students to get some extra

help outside of school in order to excel

from “caterpillar to butterfly” in literacy.

For information on enrolling your

child, contact the After School Program at

315-445-2360.

TASTY FUNDRAISER

Get your kosher challah here every Friday!

It’s quick and convenient to get your challah at the end of each work week. Challah is

available for sale on Fridays in the JCC’s main lobby and Early Childhood Program. All

proceeds benefit the JCC’s Children’s Department. Pre-order your challah by downloading

our order form at www.jccsyr.org or pick one up at the main office. Pre-orders must be

placed by noon on Wednesday for Friday pick up.

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Membership

Your JCC of Syracuse Membership Department is dedicated to developing and

maintaining relationships with current and prospective JCC members. We’re

all about strengthening the JCC through member participation and support by

providing individualized service and attention as well as accountable actions.

Join the JCC!

The JCC of Syracuse offers a variety of flexible membership options to

anyone in the community. Members enjoy use of the center, the outdoor

heated pool, access to the fitness facilities and program exclusives and

discounts. Specific benefits vary depending on whether you join as a Full-

Facility (Fitness) or Non-Fitness member. Please see the chart at right for

details.

You do not have to be Jewish to become a

member of the JCC of Syracuse. Your JCC

membership is a one-year commitment

Benefits

and automatically renews each year unless

cancellation notice is given in writing.

Annual membership is non-refundable and

payment is due in full upon joining. Or, for Sports & Fitness Center

your convenience, monthly payment plans

are available including automatic payments

from your credit or debit card. Enroll today

by completing pages 18–19.

Dedicated to serving our community

As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit community

center, our mission is to serve our

community. We occasionally offer

membership allowances on a case-by-case

basis to accommodate those with special

needs and financial circumstances. Contact

our Membership Director for additional

details.

Questions?

For more information about joining the JCC

of Syracuse, please contact our Membership

Director at 315-445-2040, ext. 140.

JCC MEMBER BENEFITS

Full-Facility

(FF)

Non-Fitness

(NF)

Member Rates on Programs & Svcs. • •

Pool Membership • •


Non-

Member

Group Exercise Classes* • ¢ ¢

Personal Training ¢ ¢ ¢

Fitness Assessment • ¢ ¢

Massage ¢ ¢ ¢

Nutritional Counseling ¢ ¢ ¢

Special Fitness Packages ¢ ¢ ¢

Indoor Running/Walking Track

Towel Service



Member Reciprocity • •

Open Gym & Leagues • ¢ ¢

Campus Play Grounds & Courts • • •

Senior Lunch Program ¢ ¢ ¢

Access to Early Childhood

Development Program (ECDP)

• •

Room/Space Rental ¢ ¢ ¢

• Included with membership

¢ Additional fees or restrictions may apply

*TRX for Golf fee per class: $15 for Full-Facility members, $25 non-members.

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Please complete and submit this form along with the Membership Application form on page 19.

MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS

Membership Options & Rates

RATES (ANNUAL / MONTHLY)

FULL-FACILITY

CATEGORY CODE TYPE DESCRIPTION

(FITNESS) NON-FITNESS

Family A 2-Parent Family

2 adult caregivers, children and dependent students within a

single household $823 / $71 $441 / $40

Family B 1-Parent Family 1 adult caregiver, children and dependent students $598 / $54 $334 / $32

Couple C Adult Couple 1 adult couple with no dependants living at home $711 / $63 $399 / $37

Individual D Individual Adult* 1 adult age 18+ $520 / $47 $299 / $27

Student E Individual Student* Any student age 14+ with valid student ID $329 / $30 N/A

Senior F Senior Adult 1 adult age 60+ $463 / $42 $129 / $14

Senior G Senior Special 1 adult age 60+, weekdays only $261 / $25 N/A

Senior H Senior Couple 2 married adults, one is age 60+ $643 / $57 $199 / $19

*Individuals age 35 and younger may add a spouse to a Full-Facility (Fitness) membership for an additional $99/year.

ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTION

I Mitzvah Monetary tax-deductible contribution in addition to any membership Any amount

J Silver Monetary tax-deductible contribution in addition to any membership $100

K Gold Monetary tax-deductible contribution in addition to any membership $200

L Platinum Monetary tax-deductible contribution in addition to any membership $300

LOCKER RENTAL (Full-Facility memberships only; optional)

M Small Annual cost for a small personal locker; limited availability $95

N Large Annual cost for a large personal locker; limited availability $195

ONE-TIME ENROLLMENT FEE (New and lapsed memberships only)

Full-Facility (Fitness) members – A, B, C, D $50 Non-Fitness members – A, B, C, D $30

Full-Facility (Fitness) Student/Senior – E, F, G, H $25 Non-Fitness Senior – F, H $15

PLEASE FULLY COMPLETE...

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In the spirit of

Tzedakah, please

consider making

a tax-deductible

contribution

along with your

membership

payment.

Today’s Date: Full Name: Date of birth:

REGISTRATION CODE AMOUNT

Membership Type (A–H)

Additional Tax-Deductible Contribution (I–L)

Locker Rental (Full-Facility only; M–N)

Enrollment Fee (If applicable) —

TOTAL

PAYMENT METHOD q Check (Payable to JCC of Syracuse) q Cash (Do not send cash in the mail)

q Credit Card (MC, Visa, Discover, Amex)

Acct. #: Exp. Date: Security Code:

Please complete

the Membership

Application on

the next page. >>

Cardholder Name:

Signature:

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PRIMARY MEMBER

Title q Mr. q Mrs. q Dr. q Ms. Gender q Male q Female

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Membership Application

Last Name First Name Date of Birth

Address City State Zip

Home Phone Cell Phone Email

Occupation Employer Employer Phone

Emergency Contact Name Phone Relationship

Synagogue Affiliation (optional) q No Affiliation q Not Applicable

How did you hear about us?

MEMBER #2

Title q Mr. q Mrs. q Dr. q Ms. Gender q Male q Female

Last Name First Name Date of Birth

Address City State Zip

Home Phone Cell Phone Email

Occupation Employer Employer Phone

CHILDREN/DEPENDENT STUDENTS

Last Name First Name Gender Date of Birth School Grade/Year

q Need to list additional children? Please use a separate sheet.

AGREEMENT/SIGNATURE

q M

q M

q M

q M

q F

q F

q F

q F

I, the undersigned primary member, for myself and all

persons listed above, hereby agree to the following:

I am applying for membership with the Jewish

Community Center (JCC) of Syracuse. I agree to

abide by its rules and bylaws. I understand that all

members 18 years and older may participate in the

JCC’s annual meeting.

I understand that membership dues are payable in full

at the time of joining or renewal unless a payment plan

has been approved in advance. A payment plan only

specifies the manner in which payments will be made

and does not reflect a month-to-month membership

commitment. If paying by monthly automatic payments

from a credit card, I authorize the JCC of Syracuse to

automatically charge my credit card account for each

consecutive month of the plan.

I understand that membership dues are automatically

renewed each year unless I give notice in writing.

Note that the JCC of Syracuse reserves the right to

cancel a membership for any reason at any time with

appropriate notice. I understand that membership

is not transferable and membership dues are

non-refundable.

I have read and agree with these membership terms

as acknowledged by my signature below.

Primary Member’s Signature

Date

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BILLING INFORMATION (parent/guardian if applicable)

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Class Registration & Emergency Authorization

Last Name

First Name

Address City State Zip

Home Phone Cell Phone Email

PARTICIPANT(S) AND CLASS SELECTION(S)

Name Class Day(s) Time Fee

1.

2.

3.

4.

Payment: q Cash q Check q Credit Card (Visa, MC, Discover, Amex) Total Amount Enclosed _______________________

Card # _______________________________________________________________________________________

Exp. Date __________________________

Cardholder Signature _______________________________________________________________________ JCC Member? q Yes q No

EMERGENCY AUTHORIZATION

PLEASE NOTE: The JCC must have a current Emergency Authorization for medical treatment of minors on file for each participant in its programs.

I hereby appoint the appropriate JCC staff members to act on my behalf in authorizing unexpected medical, dental or surgical care and/or

hospitalization for the below named minor(s) during the period of Sept. 1, 2018 through August 31, 2019 in the event of my unavailability.

Name Date of Birth Allergies/Special Conditions

1.

2.

3.

4.

Medical/dental/hospitalization coverage for above named minor(s):

Insurance company/government program ____________________________________________________________

Family physician _______________________________________________________________________________________

ID/contact/group # ____________________________________

Phone # ________________________________________________

PUBLICITY RELEASE

I hereby q give q do not give

permission for my above named child(ren) to be used in any JCC of Syracuse photos, videos, publicity or promotional pieces.

AGREEMENT/RELEASE SIGNATURE

I recognize that participating in athletic/recreation programs have certain

inherent risks for which the Jewish Community Center of Syracuse, Inc.,

is not liable. I hereby, for myself, executors and administrators, waive and

release any and all claims for damages I may seek against the JCC or places

used by the JCC in conjunction with this athletic/recreation program. I also

recognize that medical expenses I may incur in connection with participation

in this athletic/recreation program are my own responsibility. I hereby appoint

the appropriate JCC staff to act on my behalf in authorizing unexpected

medical, dental, surgical or hospital care should I be unable to do so. I have

read the preceding paragraphs as acknowledged by my signature below.

Signature

Date

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For Regal Cinemas

• $9.50 each

• No expiration date

• No restrictions

Purchase tickets at the JCC’s

front desk. Proceeds benefit the

JCC Children’s Dept.

Saturday, March 2, 2019 • 7 pm

Syracuse Crunch vs. Rochester Americans

Look for tickets to go on sale soon at the JCC.

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Childrens Classes

Sports School & of Fitness

[ Gymnastics ] dance

Preschool & School Age

We work with pre-K to pre-teen children to teach physical education,

teamwork, sportsmanship and cooperation.

Sherri Lamanna

Director of Gymnastics, Dance and

ECDP Physical Education

Lil’ Kickers Soccer – Pre-K

Age: Pre-K

Day: Wednesday

Time: 11–11:30 am

Dates: 9/12–11/28 (not 9/19, 11/21)

Fee: $140 members, $160 non-members

This fun and fast-paced class is focused on

boosting balance, coordination and fundamental

soccer skills. A variety of creative games

are used to help kids develop listening skills,

cooperation and teamwork.

SPORTS

Throwing, catching, kicking and running made fun for preschoolers

through pre-sports skills training. Miniature equipment is used with an

emphasis on fun and good sportsmanship.

Rookie Sports I

Age: 3 (must be three by 12/1/18)

Day: Friday

Time: 1–1:30 pm

Dates: 9/14–11/30 (not 9/21, 11/23)

Fee: $120 members, $140 non-members

Rookie Sports II

Age: Pre-K

Day: Monday

Time: 1–1:45 pm

Dates: 9/17–11/26 (not 9/24, 10/1)

Fee: $155 members, $175 non-members

KARATE

Little Dragon Karate

Age: Pre-K

Day: Friday

Time: 1–1:30 pm

Dates: 9/14–11/30 (not 9/21, 11/23)

Fee: $155 members, $175 non-members

CNY Karate School at the JCC! This preschool

karate class provides a fun and appropriate

way to introduce your youngest to this popular

and healthy sport. Additional fees may be

incurred for uniform and sparring equipment.

Kids Karate

Age: Grades K–6

Day: Friday

Time: 4:15–5 pm

Dates: 9/14–11/30 (not 9/21, 11/23)

Fee: $175 members, $195 non-members

Students will progress through the beginning

ranks of CNY Karate Gojoryu style. Karate

enhances motor skill progression and self

discipline. Additional fees may be incurred for

uniform and sparring equipment.

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Preschool Gymnastics

The JCC offers a wonderful program that

introduces preschoolers to gymnastics at

times designed to be convenient for parents.

Sports School & of Fitness

[ Gymnastics ] dance

Preschool & School Age

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Tumbling Tots I

(Preschool Gymnastics I)

Age: 3 (must be three by 12/1/18)

Day: Wednesday

Time: 1–1:45 pm

Dates: 9/12–11/28 (not 9/19, 11/21)

Attire: Girls: leotard; boys: shorts

Fee: $155 members, $170 non-members

Pre-gymnastics skills for 3-year olds! Emphasis

on safely using the beam, bars and vault.

Tumbling Tots II

(Preschool Gymnastics II)

Age: Pre-K

Day: Tuesday

Time: 2–2:45 pm

Dates: 9/18–11/27 (not 9/25, 10/2)

Attire: Girls: leotard; boys: shorts

Fee: $155 members, $170 non-members

Pre-gymnastics movement skills are taught in

a safe and fun environment using floor, beam,

bars and vault.

Tumbling Tots II

(Pre-school Gymnastics II)

Age: Pre-K

Day: Wednesday

Time: 2–2:45 pm

Dates: 9/12–11/28 (not 9/19, 11/21)

Attire: Girls: leotard; boys: shorts

Fee: $155 members, $170 non-members

Floor, beam, bars and vault for pre-K students!

SCHOOL-AGE GYMNASTICS

The JCC Gymnastics School offers a comprehensive

regimen of gymnastics instruction.

Students develop agility, flexibility and

self confidence. Classes are taught by Sherri

Lamanna. Placement is based on skill, not age.

Gymnastics – Levels I, II, III

Age: Grades K and up

Day: Monday

Time: 3:30–4:30 pm

Dates: 9/17–11/26 (not 9/24, 10/1)

Fee: $130 members, $150 non-members

Beginning gymnastics foundations taught

on floor, beam, bars and vault in a safe and

encouraging environment.

Gymnastics – Levels I, II, III

Age: Grades K and up

Day: Monday

Time: 4:30–5:30 pm

Dates: 9/17–11/26 (not 9/24, 10/1)

Fee: $130 members, $150 non-members

This level progresses the student to an intermediate

development in all events.

Sensory Gym Class

This class is perfect for the child with

boundless energy who likes to use all of his

or her senses. The class caters to the needs

of children of all abilities and developmental

levels, and provides the appropriate sensory

input which is most beneficial for your

child. Children will thrive through games,

movement, jumping and more. The class

is run by Amy Bisnett, associate director

of children’s programming and inclusion

specialist, and Sherri Lamanna, director

Pre-Team Gymnastics

Days: Wednesday and Friday

Time: 4–5:30 pm

Dates: 9/12–11/30 (not 9/19, 9/21, 11/23)

Fee: $340 members, $365 non-members

Participants will be accepted on the pre-team

through tryouts or approval from coach. Gymnasts

will work on skills and develop compulsory

routines for introduction to competitions.

Team Gymnastics

Days: Tuesday and Thursday

Time: 3:45–5:30 pm

Dates: 9/13-11/29 (not 9/25, 10/2, 11/22)

Fee: $340 members, $365 non-members

Participants will be accepted on the team

through tryouts or approval from coach. Gymnasts

will compete against other gymnastics

programs in the area. Some additional fees will

be incurred.

of Preschool Physical Education and

Gymnastics. Classes will require

a minimum of four children and a

maximum

of six to

ensure that

all children

receive

proper

support and

attention.

Age: 3–4 (must be three

by 12/1/18)

Day: Thursday

Time: 12:30–1:15 pm

Dates: 9/13–11/29 (not 11/22)

Fee: $180 members,

$190 non-members

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Creative Tots

Childrens Classes

PRESCHOOL DANCE

Age: 3 (must be three by 12/1/18)

Day: Thursday

Time: 1–1:30 pm

Dates: 9/13–11/29 (not 11/22)

Limit: 8

Attire: Girls: Leotard and tights

Boys: Shorts and T-shirt

Shoes: Ballet shoes

Fee: $155 members, $165 non-members

For the youngest dancers, this class is an introduction

to music and movement with a focus

on fun and creativity.

Pre-Ballet

Age: Pre-K

Day: Thursday

Time: 1:45–2:15 pm

Dates: 9/13–11/29 (not 11/22)

Limit: 8

Attire: Girls: Leotard and tights

Boys: Shorts and T-shirt

Shoes: Pink ballet shoes (girls)

Fee: $155 members, $175 non-members

This Pre-K class is an introduction to ballet

techniques and terminology.

Sports School & of Fitness

[ Gymnastics ] dance

Preschool & School Age

School of Dance

Ballet, Tap and Jazz form the curriculum of the JCC Dance Program. Girls and boys are

invited to participate in this program and gain flexibility, strength and coordination while

having lots of fun. Dance classes are held in the dance aerobic studio with mirrors,

dance bars and wood flooring. The program includes a recital in June with additional

fees for costumes. We have some dance shoes available for our students at no cost.

Please ask for details.

Fancy Feet

Age: Pre-K

Day: Thursday

Time: 2:30–3 pm

Dates: 9/13–11/29 (not 11/22)

Limit: 8

Attire: Girls: Leotard and tights

Boys: Shorts and T-shirt

Shoes: Black tap shoes and black jazz

shoes or black ballet shoes

Fee: $155 members, $175 non-members

Tap and jazz class for boys and girls. Develop

rhythm, strength and flexibility.

Tap and Jazz

SCHOOL-AGE DANCE

Age: Grades K–4

Day: Thursday

Time: 4:30–5 pm

Dates: 9/13–11/29 (not 11/22)

Limit: 8

Attire: Girls: Leotard and tights

Boys: Shorts and T-shirt

Shoes: Black jazz shoes and tap shoes

Fee: $160 members, $175 non-members

Ballet

Age: Grades K and up

Day: Thursday

Time: 5–5:30 pm

Dates: 9/13–11/29 (not 11/22)

Limit: 8

Attire: Girls: Leotard and tights

Boys: Shorts and T-shirt

Shoes: Pink ballet shoes (girls)

Fee: $160 members, $175 non-members

Classes begin the week of

September 10. Please use

the registration form on page 20.

Questions? Contact Sherri Lamanna

at 315-445-2040, ext. 126.

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Adults and Seniors Program

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We strive to get adults and seniors throughout the community involved by offering

various activities and events designed to meet a range of different interests. For

seniors age 60 and older, we provide opportunities for socialization, fitness, good

nutrition, entertainment, education and assistance. The program also incorporates

Jewish culture through celebration, fellowship and weekly Shabbat experiences.

Cindy Stein

Director of Adult and

Senior Programming

Joni Paul

Adult and Senior

Programming Assistant

Donna Carullo

Chef

Helping east-area seniors

live independently

Outreach

Information

Referrals

The JCC’s

Neighborhood Advisor

Sharon Kieffer.

For more information about the JCC’s

Neighborhood Advisor Program, call

Sharon Kieffer at 315-445-2040, ext. 156.

Flu Shot

Clinics at the JCC

October 10

11 am – 2:30 pm

October 23

11 am – 2:30 pm

Provided by Wegmans Pharmacy.

Sponsored by the

Green Family Foundation

Must be 18 or older.

Medicare and most insurances accepted.

Reservations requested.

Call 315-445-2040, ext. 104.

Bobbi Epstein Lewis Senior Adult Dining Program

There’s no better place to go for a

delicious, well-balanced, kosher meal

in the company of friends. Meals are

prepared fresh in our kosher kitchen.

Our Bobbi Epstein Lewis Senior

Adult Dining Program is the only senior

nutrition program available outside of New

York City serving kosher meals five days

a week. The program is funded in part

by the Onondaga County Department of

Aging and Youth and the New York State

Office for the Aging and Administration

for Community Living.

Senior kosher lunches

Day: Weekdays

Time:

Cost:

Noon

$4.00 suggestion contribution.

$5.00 special holiday luncheon

suggested contribution.

Menu: Posted in our senior newsletter

and online at bit.ly/jccsrmenu.

Reservations: By noon the business day

before. Call 315-445-2360 or stop

by the JCC main entrance

reception desk.

Special holiday luncheons

Rosh Hashanah Celebration .......Sept. 7

Jewish Harvest Celebration ...... Oct. 19

Thanksgiving Celebration .......Nov. 16

Hanukkah Celebration ...........Dec. 7

Check our senior newsletter for the latest

info on upcoming holiday luncheons.

Meal Site gift certificates

Meal Site gift certificate booklets make

a great gift! Each certificate is good for

a delicious lunch at the JCC. For more

information, call 315-445-2040, ext. 104.

Live entertainment

Enjoy live entertainment once a month

during lunch! Check our senior newsletter

for dates.

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Adults and Seniors Program

Connect. Learn. Have fun.

Birthday celebrations

Each month we hold a birthday celebration

for all the senior birthdays in that month.

The dates are posted in the newsletter.

Come help us celebrate!

Bridge

We welcome new bridge players of all ages

and levels on Mondays from 1–3:30 p.m.

Join us for lunch and then hit the tables!

A new table will open up when we have

enough extra players signed up. Please stop

by the front desk to get on the list.

Driver safety courses

We regularly host driver safety courses

at the JCC. See the upcoming fall classes

at right. Check the senior newsletter or

our website www.jccsyr.org for future

announcements.

Mah Jongg

Come play Mah Jongg at the JCC on

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

at 12:30 p.m. New players are always

welcome! For more information, call us at

315-445-2040, ext. 104.

Neighborhood Advisor

The JCC’s Neighborhood Advisor

program offers outreach, information

and referral services to seniors age 60

and older living in DeWitt, Jamesville,

Fayetteville, Manlius and Minoa. This free,

confidential service helps seniors so they

can live independently in their homes. The

program is part of the Onondaga County

Department of Adult and Long Term

Care Services. For more information, call

Sharon Kieffer at 315-445-2040, ext. 156.

Presentations

We regularly hold informational

presentations by our Neighborhood

Advisor and other speakers on topics of

interest to seniors. Check our newsletter

for upcoming topics and dates.

Free nutrition counseling for seniors at the JCC

Want to eat healthier to be healthier? If

you’re age 60 or older or a caregiver for a

senior, you are eligible to receive

free nutrition counseling at the

JCC.

Nutrition counseling

appointments are available

the third Monday of every

month from 11 a.m. to noon

and from 1–2 p.m. Registered

Dietitian Laurie Zirilli, MA, RD, CDN, is

a consulting dietitian for the Onondaga

County Office for Aging and will

provide this service at the JCC.

Whether you are newly

diagnosed with an illness that

requires you to alter your eating

habits, or just need to discuss

proper nutrition, Zirilli is

available to help. Again, there

Fall driver safety courses

at the JCC

We can all use a refresher every now and

then when it comes to safely navigating the

roadways. Check out these upcoming driver

safety courses coming to the JCC.

Fall 2018 driver safety schedule

• AARP Driver Safety Course

Tuesday, Sept. 25 and

Wednesday, Sept. 26

9 am – noon

• National Safety Council Defensive

Driving Course

Sunday, Oct. 7 ~ 9:30 am – 4 pm

Both classes are $25 per person. $20 for

AARP members for the AARP class and $20

for JCC members for the National Safety

Council class. Attendees must bring their

drivers license. For the AARP class, must

attend both days.

The AARP Driver Safety course teaches

current rules of the road, defensive driving

techniques and how to operate your vehicle

more safely in today’s increasingly challenging

driving environment. Attendees will also

learn how to manage and accommodate

common age-related changes in vision,

hearing and reaction time.

Upon completing either course, participants

are eligible for a discount on their auto

insurance and up to a four point reduction

for recent infractions.

To register for these classes, call the JCC of

Syracuse at 315-445-2360 or stop by the JCC

front desk.

is no charge for this service, however

voluntary contributions are accepted and

appreciated.

A nutrition counseling appointment is

required to meet with Zirilli. To schedule

an appointment, contact Cindy Stein

at 315-445-2040, ext. 104, or email

cstein@jccsyr.org.

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Family Sports & Fitness Center

Hours

Mon. – Thurs. ........5:30 am – 9:00 pm

Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:30 am – 6:00 pm

Saturday ............8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Sunday .............7:00 am – 6:00 pm

We provide fitness and health education, training and programming to individuals of

all ages in order to help promote permanent, healthy lifestyle patterns and enhance

overall physical and emotional well-being.

Patrick Scott

Sports & Fitness Director

Michael S. Knapp

Personal Trainer

Paula Pacini

Group Exercise Coordinator

Locker Rentals

• Large $195/year

• Small $95/year

/jccsyrsf

OPEN GYM

Please see the schedule at the Fitness desk or

view it online at www.jccsyr.org/sf-gym-cal.html.

BASKETBALL

Member’s Pickup Basketball

(18 and older)

Days & Times: Thursdays 7–9 pm

Sundays 9–11 am

Cost: Free for Fitness members

Non-Fitness members:

• $5 drop-in (with Fitness member)

• $75 one day/wk, $110 two days/wk

Gym Rentals

We rent out our collegiate size gymnasium at

affordable rates to local groups who run

volleyball and basketball leagues as well as

other sporting events. For more information,

please call 315-234-4522.

Everything you need

in one state-of-the-art facility

We understand the importance of regular

exercise in leading a healthy lifestyle.

That’s why we’re dedicated to helping

you attain your fitness goals. Our

family-friendly facility offers

something for every age group. From

group exercise classes, free weights

and fitness machines, to personal

training and more, you can count on

our experienced staff to help make

your time at the gym productive and

enjoyable.

If you’re not already a JCC

Fitness member, come for a tour!

Experience our friendly, casual

atmosphere and what makes us

different from other facilities. If you

are a Fitness member, step out of

your regular routine and add a fresh

twist to your workouts with massage,

nutritional counseling or TRX

suspension training. Whatever exercise

program you choose, you can count on the

JCC to support you every step of the way.

Check out all that the JCC Sports &

Fitness Center has to offer:

• Open 7 days per week.

• Over 25 cardio machines.

• Keiser M3 bikes.

• Banked indoor running/walking track.

• Comprehensive free-weight area and

strength training machines.

• Clean showers and locker rooms with

towel service provided.

• Over 50 group exercise classes offered

weekly including free regular TRX classes.

• Collegiate-sized gymnasium.

• Free orientation by our professional staff.

• Free fitness assessments.

Not already a fitness member?

Call 315-234-4522 today for a tour!

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Family Sports & Fitness Center

JCC now accepts Optum gym membership program

The Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community

Center has started offering many local

seniors another option for working out

at little or no cost. The JCC’s Neulander

Family Sports & Fitness Center recently

became a UnitedHealthcare Optum

participating gym.

Through some of

Optum’s health plans

for seniors, a JCC gym

membership is available

as an insurance benefit,

usually at no additional cost.

“We’re excited to be part of the Optum

program and to make our facility even

more accessible to more local seniors,”

said Marci Erlebacher, JCC of Syracuse

executive director. “It’s a good fit for us

and enhances our already strong position

as a participating gym with other health

One-on-One Personal Training

As low as $27 per half-hour. Stop by the

Fitness desk for details and to set up a time.

Rates

60 minutes

1 session. ..................$60

5 sessions. .................$290

10 sessions. ................$550

20 sessions. ................$1,060

50 sessions. ................$2,500

30 minutes

1 session. ..................$35

5 sessions. .................$165

10 sessions. ................$320

20 sessions. ................$600

50 sessions. ................$1,350

Group Training

More fun for everyone!

Rates

1 session. ..................$80

5 sessions. .................$370

10 sessions. ................$700

PERSONAL TRAINING

plans. It also nicely compliments the JCC’s

other senior outreach programs such

as our senior kosher meal program and

Neighborhood Advisor program.”

UnitedHealthcare Optum is a

comprehensive program designed to help

keep individuals and

families healthy. The JCC

Sports & Fitness Center is

also a participating gym

in the Silver&Fit, and

SilverSneakers programs

for seniors, which are similar to Optum

and offered through other health insurance

companies.

For more information about Optum,

and to see if you’re eligible, contact

the JCC’s Nick Finlayson, membership

director, at 315-445-2040, ext. 140, or

nfinlayson@jccsyr.org.

We also accept the following senior gym membership programs:

Questions? Contact Nick Finlayson at 315-445-2040 x140 or nfinlayson@jccsyr.org.

FREE Fitness Assessments

Stop by the Fitness desk today to schedule

your complimentary 60-minute fitness

assessment.

Fitness Assessments Include:

• Overhead squat assessment

• Goal setting

• Nutrition counseling

• Machine help

• Exercise advice

Start developing your road to a healthier you!

Speed up your results!

Workout with one of our

experienced trainers.

Call 315-234-4522 today

for an appointment!

GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES

• All classes are free for Fitness members

(except TRX for Golf).

• $10 per class for non-Fitness members.

• TRX for Golf: $15/class for Fitness

members; $25/class for non-members.

Check out the schedule on page 30.

Family Gym

Ages: 3 and up

Day: Sundays (starts up again Sept. 23)

Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Fee: Free for Fitness members

Non-members – $5 per child,

$10 per family maximum

Parents and their children will get moving and

enjoy a variety of structured and unstructured

play with our obstacle courses, floor mats,

inflatable tumbling run and other fun activities.

Parents should be prepared to participate with

their children.

Nutritional Counseling

Consult with JCC Sport & Fitness Director

Patrick Scott to develop a healthy nutrition program.

With a master’s degree in applied clinical

nutrition, Patrick can help review and recommend

specific foods to promote healthy living.

Whatever your goals are, from losing weight to

improving sleep, a proper nutrition program is

a must. Call 315-234-4522 today to schedule

your complementary 30-minute consultation!

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Family Sports & Fitness Center

Fall tap dance classes start Oct. 9

Adult tap dance classes will start up again

at the JCC on Tuesdays beginning Oct. 9.

Four class levels will be offered each

evening: remedial starting at 6:30 p.m.,

beginner at 7:00 p.m., intermediate at 8:00

p.m. and advanced at 9:00 p.m. The weekly

group sessions will run through Dec. 18.

The JCC’s tap classes are open to

anyone age 12 and older. No prior dance

experience is necessary. The cost is $5 per

person each night. No RSVP is necessary

and plenty of free parking is available.

The remedial and beginner classes

are for newcomers and teach from the

beginning. A limited number of tap shoes

are available to borrow each night on a first

come, first serve basis. Class registration is

not necessary, although tappers are asked

to arrive early to sign in.

Local attorney and choreographer

Barry Shulman will once again lead the

classes. Shulman, who has held the tap

classes each fall and spring at the JCC for

many years, teaches “New York City” style.

Students do not need to commit to every

class and can attend as much as they’d like.

Fall 2018 Tap Dance class schedule | Tuesdays

Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30 • Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 • Dec. 4, 11, 18

“We’re excited to have Barry bring tap

back again this fall,” said Patrick Scott,

JCC sports & fitness director. “He’s an

excellent teacher and makes the classes

lively and entertaining. For all levels of

dancers, Barry does a great job of getting

everyone moving and having fun.”

Shulman, a partner with the law firm

Mackenzie Hughes LLP, has taught many

principal dancers on Broadway and with

national tours. He keeps the cost of the

tap classes to a minimum and donates the

proceeds to the JCC of Syracuse. Shulman

received the JCC’s Kovod Gadol award in

2013 for his extraordinary commitment,

energy and loyalty to the center.

For more information about the adult

tap dance classes, contact the JCC’s Sports

and Fitness Center at 315-234-4522 or visit

www.jccsyr.org.

East Coast Swing dance classes running

through September

The JCC Fitness Center will continue

offering weekly adult East Coast Swing

dance class throughout the month of

September.

The class is

held on Thursdays

from 6:45–7:45 p.m.

The cost is $5 per

person each night.

Pre-registration is

not required and

attendees should

check-in at the

Fitness Center.

No experience

is necessary to

take this class.

Attendees are

encouraged to wear

dance shoes, although they’re not required.

Shoes with smooth soles are more than

adequate. Attendees are not required to

come to every class meeting; they may

attend as often as they’d like.

The East Coast Swing dance class

instructor is Maria

Cirino, who has

been dancing and

teaching dance

locally for over 25

years.

For more

information about

the East Coast

Swing dance class,

contact the JCC’s

Sports & Fitness

Center at 315-234-

4522 or visit

www.jccsyr.org.

Play pickleball at the JCC:

Look to move your game

indoors soon!

As the warmer weather

begins to wind down in the

near future, pickleball play

at the JCC will then move

from our two outdoor courts

(on the tennis courts) to the

gymnasium.

In the meantime, there’s still plenty of outdoor

pickleball play to be had! Court times are

Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to

noon and Tuesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to

9 p.m. The courts may be reserved for one hour

at a time, weather permitting.

Pickleball paddles and balls are available

to use free of charge on a first come, first

served basis. Pickleball is free for JCC Fitness

members. The charge for non-members is $5

per person. Court reservations are suggested

by calling 315-234-4522.

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Family Sports & Fitness Center

FALL 2018

GROUP EXERCISE CLASS SCHEDULE

6 AM

SUN

MON

5:45–6:30 AM

Muscle Sculpting

Bev

TUE

5:45–6:30 AM

Group Cycle

Ron

WED

5:45–6:30 AM

TRX

Bev

THU

5:45–6:30 AM

Group Cycle

Karen/Cindy/Marie

FRI

5:45–6:30 AM

Muscle Sculpting

Bev

SAT

7 AM

6:45–7:30 AM

Yoga

Linda R.-S.

8 AM

9 AM

10 AM

11 AM

12 PM

9–9:45 AM

Group Cycle

Team

9:50 – 10:35 AM

Muscle Sculpting

Team

STARTS 9/23/18

11:30 AM–12:30 PM

Family Gym

Team

8:15–9 AM

Muscle Sculpting

Dianne

9–9:45 AM

Exercise Chair* – Joe

9–9:55 AM

Line Dancing – Tom

10–10:55 AM

Group Cycle – Kim

10–10:45 AM

TaijiFit & Bone

Density – Paula

11–11:50 AM

Senior Strength &

Balance**

Paula

9–9:45 AM

50/50 (Cycle/TRX)

Linda S.

9–9:55 AM

TaijiFit, WERQ & Core

Paula

11:05 AM

Chair &

Balance

Class*

Sue L.

10–11 AM

Pilates

Sue L.

11:05 AM

NIA

June

8:15 – 8:55 AM

Cardio Conditioning

Dianne

9 AM

Step &

Sculpt

Vanessa

9 AM

Yoga*

Kelly

10–10:55 AM

Group Cycle – Kim

10–10:50 AM

Line Dancing – Tom

11–11:50 AM

Chair Yoga Fusion

Paula

8:45–9:30

Group Cycle

Kim

9:30–10:30 AM

Yoga

Kay

10:30 AM

Pilates

Karen

11:35 AM

NIA

Elaine

11 AM

Exercise

Chair*

Joe

8–8:50 AM

50/50 (Muscle

Sculpting/TRX)

Peg

9 AM

Step &

Sculpt

Vanessa

9 AM

Yoga*

Linda S.

10–10:50 AM

Zumba Gold – Paula

10–10:55 AM

Group Cycle – Kim

10:30–11:30 AM

Tai Chi Arthritis* - Genoa

11–11:50 AM

Senior Strength

& Balance

Paula

8:30–9:15 AM

50/50 (Cycle/TRX)

Bev

8:30–9:15 AM

Muscle Sculpt–Dianne

9:20–10:05 AM

Zumba

1 st , 3 rd , 5 th Sat.

K’box 2 nd , Step 4 th Sat.

10–10:45 AM

TRX – Joe

10:30–11:30 AM

NIA

Team

*Class Meets Upstairs

4 PM

5 PM

6 PM

7 PM

Line Dancing

WEDNESDAYS

6:30–7:25 pm

Beginners Line

Dancing

In JCC Auditorium

7:30–8:30 pm

Intermediate

Line Dancing

In Dance Studio

Stop by the Fitness

desk for details.

Tap Dance

with Barry is

returning this fall

starting Oct. 9!

5:45–6:30 PM

WERQ Dance Fitness

Paula

5:45–6:30 PM

TRX

Bev

6:35–7:30 PM

Yogalates/Pilates

Paula/Karen M.

4–5 PM

Yoga – Kelly

5:30–6:30 PM

Intermediate Line

Dancing – Tom

5:30–6:30 PM

Pilates* – Sue

5:45–6:30 PM

Group Cycle – Bev

5:45–6:30 PM

TRX

Bev

5:45–6:30 PM

Muscle Sculpting

Team

Line Dancing – Tom

Beg. 6:30 pm, Int. 7:30 pm

See details at left.

6:35–7:30 PM

Pilates/Barre Combo

Sue L.

4–5 PM

Yoga – Paula

5:45–6:30 PM

50/50 (Cycle/TRX) – Bev

5:45–6:30 PM

Zumba

Sandy J.

6:30–7:15 PM

TRX for Golf***

Team

All classes except TRX for Golf, Tap and

Ballroom Dance are free for Fitness members.

Fee for non-Fitness members is $10/drop-in.

**Free class open to all seniors (membership

not required). Questions? Call or stop by the

Fitness desk.

TRX Classes – Registration required.

Call or stop by the Fitness desk.

***TRX for Golf class fee: $15 for Fitness

members, $25 for non-members.

Schedule is subject to change. Classes

may be cancelled if minimum enrollment

levels are not met.

The JCC Neulander

Family

Sports & Fitness Center

at the JCC of Syracuse

For more information, contact the Fitness desk at 315-234-4522.

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Neulander

Group

Exercise Classes

Family Sports & Fitness Center

• All classes are free for fitness members

(except TRX for Golf, Tap and Ballroom Dance).

• $10 per class for non-Fitness members.

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• TRX for Golf: $15/class for Fitness members;

$25/class for non-Fitness members.

MIND AND BODY

Barre

A combination of ballet techniques with Pilates

movements and principles offers an energizing workout

that strengthens, stretches and tones the body.

Chair Yoga Fusion

Seated and standing gentle stretching. Includes

light weights for bone density. Concludes with quiet,

reflective meditation time and breathing exercises.

NIA (Neuromuscular Integrative Action)

NIA is a blend of concepts, cultures, theories and

movement from the east and west. It is a barefoot

technique offering a fusion of movement styles.

Experience the expressiveness of dance, the power of

martial arts and the wisdom of the healing arts.

Pilates

Based on the principles of Joseph Pilates, this class’

multiple levels of participation uses bands, magic

circles, stability balls and BOSUs. Mostly done on a

mat, but some standing work is incorporated as well.

ALL FITNESS LEVELS

20/20/20

For those looking for some variety... 20 minutes of

cardio, 20 minutes of muscle sculpting and 20 minutes

of stretching. Wow!

Balance & Bone Density

An integrated balance training and bone density

building class. Also helps address fall reduction and

prevention as well as postural stability.

Cardio Conditioning

This high-energy class offers all the benefits of a

muscle sculpting class combined with different cardio

techniques such as steps, BOSU ball and glides.

Format will differ from class to class to offer the best

fat- and calorie-burning workout in town.

Group Cycle

Designed by an Olympic mountain-biking coach,

the Keiser M3 Plus bike brings the mountain-biking

experience indoors to safely deliver a full-body

workout. Unlike other cycling classes which just work

the legs, this cutting-edge class works the whole body.

Line Dancing

Get moving with line dancing—a fun way to exercise!

Line dance to all varieties of music using a series of

basic steps and patterns of all dance styles. Challenge

yourself as the dances change direction and move

around the room. Class is designed for beginners,

those who want moderate exercise, and also for those

who want a more intense workout.

Muscle Sculpting

Instructors use barbells, free weights, bands and balls

to create the ultimate total body shaping class.

Tai Chi for Arthritis

Tai Chi is an ancient practice proven to improve mental

and physical well being. Tai Chi for Arthritis uses gentle

Sun-style Tai Chi movements to help reduce stress,

improve breathing and develop balance, mobility and

body awareness. All ability levels are welcome and you

don’t need to be diagnosed with arthritis to participate.

TaijiFit

TaijiFit is not just an exercise—it’s an experience!

It’s about making fitness more graceful and holistic

through great music and great energy by combining

the best elements of fitness, meditation and the

ancient martial art of Taiji (Tai Chi). TaijiFit is

mindfulness in motion.

Yoga

A hybrid style drawing from Vinyasa, Lyengar and

Viniyoga that brings physical benefits by integrating

body and mind performance. Bring a towel, water and

we recommend that you bring your own Yoga mat.

Yogalates

This class is a fusion of Yoga and Pilates.

Step & Sculpt

A dynamic blend of step and cardiovascular activities

along with intervals of strength movements help

increase muscle tone and the body’s metabolism. An

overall power packed workout!

TRX Suspension Training

Free; $15 for non-Fitness members

• Registration required‐—call/stop by the Fitness desk

TRX (total body resistance exercise) utilizes a band

(two-handled nylon strap) to harness the power of

gravity and movement for body weight exercises. The

result is a mix of support and mobility to train strength,

endurance, flexibility, coordination, balance, power and

core stability across a wide range of resistance.

TRX for Golf

Fee: $15 for Fitness members, $25 non-members

• Registration required‐—call/stop by the Fitness desk

TRX (total body resistance exercise) training specifically

designed to help golfers with off-season conditioning.

Helps build stability in the lower spine while working

to optimize mobility and power in the hips and upper

spine, making the golfer’s swing unyielding and smooth.

WERQ Dance Fitness

This wildly addictive cardio dance workout is based on

the hottest dance music and can be modified for all

levels. WERQ (pronounced work) is a dance term that

means “own it.” WERQ routines are a great blend of

athletic moves and different styles of dance.

Zumba

This blood-pumping cardiovascular workout for all ages

helpd tone and sculpt the body while you learn easyto-follow

dance steps. Zumba Gold is the low-impact

version for all levels.

BALLROOM DANCE

Ballroom Dance with Maria continues throughout August

and September with a focus on East Coast Swing!

Classes are held on Thursdays from 6:45–7:45 p.m.

The cost is $5 per evening. Check-in at the Fitness

desk. Dance shoes or shoes with smooth soles are

recommended. No experience necessary.

BASIC

Chair & Balance Class

Exercises designed for a chair for those individuals who

have difficulty getting down to the floor for mat work.

Also some standing work for balance training.

Exercise Chair

Get a total-body workout while sitting in a chair with a

built-in push-pull pulley system! Helps increase strength,

flexibility, balance and endurance. The easy-to-use chair

is great for those with very limited mobility and anyone

looking to tone and strengthen their upper body.

Family Gym

Ages:

Day:

Fee:

3 and up

Sundays 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Will start up again September 23, 2018.

Free for all JCC members

Non-members – $5 per child, $10/family max.

Come enjoy some structured and unstructured play with

your little one!

SENIORS CLASS

Senior Strength & Balance

Day: Mondays

Fee: Free – open to all seniors in the community

Day: Wednesdays, Fridays

Fee: Free for Fitness members

$5 non-fitness members, $10 non-members

Get moving with this low-impact workout geared toward

improving strength and balance. Set to big band and

oldies music, participants will dance and execute chair

exercises that are less strenuous on the body.

TAP DANCE

Look for Adult Tap with Barry to return on Tuesday

evenings this fall starting Oct. 9!

For the latest class schedule

updates visit www.jccsyr.org.

JCC membership is not required to

take group exercise classes.

For more information, call the

Fitness desk at 315-234-4522.

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Get a friend to join, get a FREE month

added to your JCC membership!

New member referral program

For JCC of Syracuse members*

What’s in it for you (our current member)

Refer a friend or family member who joins the JCC

Sports & Fitness Center and get one month added to

your annual JCC membership term.

What your friend or family member gets

15% off any JCC of Syracuse Sports & Fitness Center

annual membership.

Questions? Stop by the Fitness desk or call

315-445-2040, ext. 140.

The JCC Neulander

Family

Sports & Fitness Center

at the JCC of Syracuse

*Must be a current JCC of Syracuse member in good standing.

FREE regular TRX classes

for JCC of Syracuse Fitness members!

Mondays ~ 5:45–6:30 pm

Wednesdays ~ 5:45–6:30 am

Saturdays ~ 10–10:45 am

Does not apply to TRX for Golf class.

Regular TRX class fee is $15 for non-JCC Fitness members.

Class registration required. Sign up at the Fitness desk or call 315-234-4522.

MASSAGE at the JCC

Elite Sports Massage

Orthopedic/Medical

Swedish/Relaxation

Myofascial Release/Deep Tissue

Chronic Pain Management

...and more!

For more details and to book an

appointment, call the Fitness desk

at 315-234-4522.

Family Gym

at the JCC Sports & Fitness Center

Fun for the whole family!

• Inflatable gymnastics

tumbling run

• Obstacle courses

• Floor mats

• Mini-soccer

• Mini-basketball

• Kidnastics

• ...and more!

STARTS

SEPT. 23

We offer lots of structured and

unstructured play options. Please

be prepared to participate with

our child. Come and have a blast!

Ages: 3 and up

Day: Sundays 11:30 am–12:30 pm

(starts up again Sept. 23)

Fee: Free for ALL JCC members!

Non-members – $5 per child,

$10 per family maximum

32 JCC of Syracuse | 2018 Fall Program Guide


Matthews grant to benefit JCC’s Early Childhood Program

The Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community

Center of Syracuse has received a $1,000

grant from the Matthews Children’s

Foundation to benefit its Jerome and

Phyllis Charney Early Childhood

Development Program. This latest

round of funding is the result of JCC

Board President Steven Sisskind’s

ongoing efforts to sponsor the JCC’s

grant application.

“We are extremely grateful

for the Matthews Foundation’s

continued support of our children’s

programming,” said Sisskind. “The

foundation’s outstanding generosity

has been incredibly helpful in

providing funds for playground

equipment and much needed items in

our classrooms.”

The Early Childhood Program will

use the funds to create an outdoor

learning center where JCC preschoolers

will be able to creatively explore

their world in a hands-on manner.

Matthews Children’s Foundation

awards grants to nonprofit organizations

whose purpose is to support children. It

has contributed millions of dollars to date

From left, JCC of Syracuse Executive Director Marci Erlebacher

receives a $1,000 Matthews Children’s Foundation grant

check from JCC Board President Steven Sisskind. The JCC’s

Matthews grant application has been sponsored by Sisskind for

many years.

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to such charities. The JCC of Syracuse has

received a substantial amount in grants

over the years from Matthews Children’s

Foundation to benefit the JCC’s

children’s programming.

“I am so appreciative of all that

Steven has done on behalf of the JCC

to secure the Matthews Foundation

funding,” said Marci Erlebacher, JCC

executive director. “We are delighted

to receive the Matthews Foundation’s

continued generosity.”

For more information about the

JCC of Syracuse and supporting

its many programs serving infants

through seniors, contact Erin Hart at

315-445-2040, ext. 112, or

ehart@jccsyr.org.

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Tributes

The following tributes were received from April 20, 2018 to July 25, 2018.

TO FROM TO FROM

BEN MELTZER ENDOWMENT FUND

Mathew & Ethan Berger In honor of your high school graduation!

Dr. Arthur E. Brown & Mrs. Jo Frances Brown

Arthur E. Brown, M.D.

In honor of the retirement of Arthur E. Brown,

M.D. from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer

Center, after 42 years of dedicated service!

Mrs. Jo Frances Brown

Dr. Arthur E. Brown &

In honor of your retirement!

Mrs. Jo Frances Brown JCC of Syracuse

Susan & Dr. Mark Kaufman In celebration of the birth of baby boy,

Porter Kace, first child of Jordan & Ashley

Kaufman and the proud grandparents,

Susan & Dr. Mark Kaufman!

Dr. Arthur E. Brown & Mrs. Jo Frances Brown

GENERAL OPERATING FUND

Ken Moss

In honor of Ken Moss on his special birthday!

Paula Lapin Zeman

IDA RUBIN SENIOR ADULT NUTRITION ENDOWMENT FUND

Mr. & Mrs. Alan Koldin In honor of your Wedding Anniversary!

David & Ruth Miller

JCC SENIOR ADULT DINING PROGRAM

Mrs. Barbara Buck & Family My deepest sympathy for you and your family

with the passing of your dear husband.

Hannah Groskin

Susan Demari

Congratulations on your receiving of the

Kovod Gadol Award!

Maxene & Richard Alderman

Susie Drazen

In honor of Rabbi Paul Drazen, may his memory

be for a blessing.

Dr. Arthur E. Brown & Mrs. Jo Frances Brown

Michael Klein

In memory of your mother, Pat Klein.

Andrew Isenberg

Michael Klein

In memory of Patricia Ester Klein.

Paula Eannace

Shelly Kruth

In honor of receiving the Hall of Fame Award!

Bob & Carole Millstein

Shelly Kruth

In honor of Shelly Kruth’s receiving of the

Hall of Fame Award!

Marla & Steven Share

Shelly Kruth

Congratulations on your receiving of the

Hall of Fame Award!

Maxene & Richard Alderman

Donna Lipton

To a wonderful person who always does great

things for others. Congratulations on receiving

the Kovod Award!

Sherman & Carol Chottiner

The Maloff Family

In memory of Hilbert Maloff.

Helen Marcum

Marilyn Pinsky

In honor of your receiving the Hall of Fame Award!

Mark & Susan Field

Paul & Georgina Roth

On the loss of your beloved son, Aaron.

Richard & Maxine Alderman

Dr. & Mrs. Rothenberg & Family In memory of Helen Rothenberg.

Marilyn Novins

JCC SENIOR ADULT DINING PROGRAM (cont.)

The Rothman Family

In memory of Arthur Rothman.

Marsha & Aaron Zimmerman

JEFFREY SUSSMAN ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Eileen Feingold & Family In memory of Joe Brown, beloved husband,

father, grandfather & great grandfather.

Shelly & Karen Kruth

Eileen Feingold & Family In memory of Joe Brown, beloved husband,

father, grandfather & great grandfather.

Mel & Sarah Charney

Shelly Kruth

Mazel Tov on your award, you are

in good company!

Eileen & David Feingold

Shelly Kruth

In honor of receiving the Hall of Fame Award!

Mark & Susan Field

Shelly Kruth

Congratulations for receiving the

JCC Hall of Fame Award!

Neil & Jackie Kassel

Paul & Georgina Roth

In memory of your son Aaron.

Jackie & Neil Kassel

JEROME AND PHYLLIS CHARNEY

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Maxene & Richard Alderman In honor of your 50th wedding anniversary!

Diane & Harlin Gingold

Sarah & Mel Charney

In honor of your 50th + 1 wedding anniversary!

Diane & Harlin Gingold

Celebrate, honor and remember

To commemorate special occasions —births, birthdays,

graduations, anniversaries, weddings, Bar or Bat Mitzvah,

or to perpetuate the memory of a loved one—the JCC

welcomes tax-deductible gifts to one of our many

endowments and special funds. The JCC will send an

acknowledgement card to the individual (or next of kin) in

whose name the contribution was made. Some of our funds

are listed below. For further information, please contact

Erin Hart at 315-445-2040, ext. 112.

Ava & Irving Raphael Maccabi Endowment Fund

Ben Meltzer Endowment Fund

Bert & Laura Erlebacher Cultural & Education Fund

General Operating Fund

Ida Rubin Senior Adult Nutrition Endowment Fund

Jeffrey Sussman Athletic Scholarship Fund

Leadership Development Fund

Morris & Dorothy Cohen Endowment Fund

Sydelle Rothman ECDP Scholarship Fund

34 JCC of Syracuse | 2018 Fall Program Guide


SAVE THE DATE

PJ Library in CNY Special Event!

FREE Jason Mesches Concert!

Monday, December 10, 2018 • 4 pm • JCC of Syracuse

PJ LIBRARY IN CNY IS A PROGRAM OF

Spend the last night of Hanukkah

with Jason!

Born in New Jersey and raised at summer camp, Jason has

drawn on his own experiences as a child to bring a new

sound and style to the world of accessible family music.

His newest album, “The Nosh Pit,” is a continuation of his

efforts to create fun, educational music for Jewish families.

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FAMILY FRIENDLY—OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY

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SAVE THE DATE

Birthday Parties

at the JCC!

ISRAEL

INDEPENDENCE DAY

CELEBRATION

YOM HA’ATZMAUT

FREE OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY

MAY 9, 2019

6-8 PM

Hosted by

Temple Adath Yeshurun

For preschoolers and school-age children!

Check out our awesome theme parties!

• Arts and Crafts

• Fun and Games

• Gaga Pit Party

• Glitter and Glam

• Inflatable Fun

• Pool Party (summer)

• Preschool Party

• Sports

• Yoga and Fitness

Start planning your party today!

Contact Amy Bisnett at

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Welcome.

With programs and services for all ages, there’s something for everyone at the

JCC! You don’t have to be Jewish to become a member. Call today for a tour.

Adults & Families

• Classes, social, entertainment

After School & School Age Programs (K-6)

• Vacation camps, snow days, school breaks,

before school care (J-D)

Children’s Classes

• Dance, gymnastics, sports, and more

Early Childhood

• Preschool, toddler/infant care

Outdoor Heated Pool

• Swim lessons and aquatics programs

Seniors

• Kosher meal program, Neighborhood

Advisor program

Sports & Fitness Center

• Basketball courts, exercise classes, gym,

indoor track, personal training and more

Summer Camps

• Preschool – teens

Teen Battle of the Bands

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