JCC Podcast

Ep 007 - Rebecca Markson, Talia Katz, and Eliana Katz

A Katz, another Katz, many cats, and a Markson. Sounds like the setup to a joke, but it's not. It's a friendship formed, and later reunited, all because of the JCC.

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Ep 006 - Bobby Hammel

Past President of the JCC Board of Directors, Bobby Hammel, didn't know anyone when he first moved to town. He joined the B'nai B'rith Bowling League and met a lot of people that have become lifelong friends. For decades now, he's been involved with the JCC in many different ways. It's a very big part of his life.

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Ep 005 - Rabbi Allen Juda

Allen Juda was the rabbi of Congregation Brith Sholom for 39 years (1975-2014). He was named rabbi emeritus in June 2014. Rabbi Juda is married to the former Toby Keller and they have three children: Adam, Tamar and Aaron, who is married to the former Danielle Metson. Danielle and Aaron are the proud parents of Kayla Rose and Asher Eli. Rabbi talks about their connection to the JCC Day Camp, along with several fun birthday parties they held over the years at the JCC.

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Ep 004 - Kathy Zimmerman

Kathy Zimmerman and Peter Fisher, like most parents, always strive to be the best parents possible to their 3 sons. They credit the JCC Summer Camp as a leading reason why moving to Allentown was a great decision for their family.

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Ep 003 - Rabbi Seth Phillips

Rabbi Seth Phillips of Congregation Keneseth Israel, Dr. Bob Wilson, Dr. Marc Berson, Dr. Marc Vengrove, Dr. Houman Ahdieh, the JCC, and Trexler Park — what do they all have in common? And what exactly is Club 555? Find out in this episode! 

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Ep 002 - Vicki Wax & Robby Wax

Listen to Robby's fond memories of playing basketball at the JCC. So much fun was had nobody ever wanted to leave. Hear what coach Jonathan Schultz had to do to get Vicki and the other parents to realize the season was over!

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Ep 001 - Rance Block

On this inaugural episode of our very special podcast series, Rance shares his memories of being 6 years old and attending the dedication of the JCC at 22nd and Tilghman in Allentown.

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100 Years, Thousands of Memories - Our JCC Story Continues

Welcome to the JCC's Centennial Podcast. As we celebrate 100 years, we realize that there are many stories that have yet to be told. Our goal is to revisit our roots by sharing these stories featuring our community and its connections around the globe.

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