At the annual meeting on June 11, JCC members elected new board members and the board elected new officers. Edited comments from a speech delivered by new board president, Kathy Zimmerman, follows.more»
J-AMP (Jewish Aging Mastery Program) had his first every graduation at the JCC this fall, supported in part by donor contributions to adult program initiatives.more»
The JCC is looking to bridge that gap and let members and community get to know the upcoming fall programming in a more intimate setting.more»
Open from June 4 to June 11, anyone in the country could bid on exclusive items from vacation packages to gourmet food.more»
Thanks to the Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) fraternity of Muhlenberg College, the JCC now has a beautiful butterfly garden.
This year, the JCC of the Lehigh Valley was able to compete in the Mid-Atlantic Junior Games on Sunday, May 7 in Delaware.more»
From it’s humble beginnings as a backyard sport invented by three fathers to entertain their kids, pickleball has grown into one of the most-played international sports.more»
Local JCC staff joined with nearly 500 other JCC professionals from across North America to show the strength of the JCC Movement.more»