Rance shares the story of how he and his wife, Sheryl, first met. Their first date was for an AZA hayride, in which he was the chairman for the event.
The Finbergs are back again sharing some memories, but also talking about some of the exciting programming offered at the JCC for kids including the theater program, art program, science program, and so much more.
In 1963, at the age of 20, Marlene moved to Allentown and began teaching at the JCC — her "home away from home." The Finkelstein's love for Allentown began to grow, and their entire family became very integral in many organizations all throughout the community.
Sandy first started working at the JCC back in 1985 and has been a fixture ever since. Here she shares some of her fondest memories.
Susan talks about the first day her son started preschool at the JCC, along with some other memories.
Last time Carole was on she shared a story of what one of her young students said in class. In this episode she has another one of those "out-of-the-mouths-of-babes" stories — perfect for the Halloween season. Hear about the Empire State Building, along with one of the JCC's trips to NYC.
Eliana and Becca chat about a few past events and what they hope for the future.
It wasn't "What are you going to do Saturday night? We all just knew that's what we were going to do." Anita recounts more memories of "The Center" — mentioning names of people, more names, and even more names — do you know any of them?