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?
Coming off the JCC's Centennial Weekend, this episode seems to be quite appropriate. Larry talks about amazing qualities a certain community has. The Lehigh Valley is that community.
Marc talks about the early '60s at the JCC — including the snack bar run by George Hoffman, the JCC basketball games, the teen lounge, the "tween" lounge, the bowling alley, and more.
Last time Sandy and Tracy talked about the old bowling alley at the JCC. This time around they share more laughs. And more laughs. And more laughs.
In Linda's words, being involved with the JCC has been "meaningful" and "transformative."
Joe talks about the special friendships and camaraderie he's built from going to the JCC practically every morning.
Jeff and Jonathan talk about how the extremely popular squash courts came to be at the JCC. Boy did John do a 180!
Similar to Morah Bunny's story from before, here's another one out of the mouth of babes. The story of Purim — enjoy!