JCC Podcast

Ep 025 - Jeff (Jake) Greenberg

According to Jeff, "everybody back then lived, revolved, around the JCC." In fact, if it wasn't for the JCC, Jeff (Jake) might not have met his wife. They met at his 15th birthday party. Hear him talk about that, basketball, and more on this episode of our podcast.

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Ep 024 - Jerry Hausman

Jerry Hausman's relationship with the Allentown JCC goes all the way back to when it was on 6th Street. Personal relationships, business relationships, lifelong relationships — Jerry has them, in large part because of the JCC.

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Ep 023 - Brenda, Ed, Robyn, and Brad Finberg

The Finbergs' relationship with the JCC goes all the way back to 1984. Several generations, all intertwined in too many ways to count, you can almost guarantee you'll run into at least one Finberg any time you're at the "Center!"

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Ep 022 - Susan Zimskind and Jane Markson

Best friends as a result of meeting on the JCC playground years ago, Sue and Jane talk about their friendship and the mutual love of their families.

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Ep 021 - Joseph Facchiano

Is there a doctor in the house?

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Ep 020 - Sandy Newman and Tracy Sussman

Sandy Newman, the Acting Managing Director, and Tracy Sussman, the Director of Membership and Marketing, talk all about the old bowling alley that used to be on the lower level of the JCC. Memories of bowling certainly come up often. What do you think? Should we #BringBackBowling ? #BBBtoTheJCC

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Ep 019 - Amy Miller Sams

Now married and with two daughters, Amy grew up at the JCC. It's been a constant in her life. She talks about a special chair — meaningful to her and her daughter that can be found under the stage. When Amy was a teen, her Mom and Dad were thrilled she spent so much time at The J. Although, they weren't quite sure as to the reason. Amy tells you in this episode.

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Ep 018 - Mike Miller

Mike and Linda have wonderful memories of the nursery school with their daughters, family camping at the camp site, and hundreds of events they've attended at the JCC. Even though Mike's background is in finance, it's an investment of another kind he's now appreciating — relationships. He enjoys spending time with friends he's known for decades, along with newer members too, as he remains very active in the JCC.

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