How to Master Aging

December 20, 2016|

The Jewish Aging Mastery Program teaches seniors small steps to embrace aging & longevity. Last week, 77-year-old Sheldon Weinberg and his 24 classmates (above) became the first graduates of North America’s Jewish Aging Mastery Program. The diplomas [...]

Meet the J’s record holder: Eliza Cummings

September 9, 2016|

You read that right. Record Holder. Eliza Cummings is the youngest swimmer to ever complete the Plymouth to Provincetown (“P2P” as the insiders call it) 20-mile swim. If you’re like me, just thinking about swimming that far is exhausting. But [...]

Download Our New App!

July 5, 2016|

Class Schedules Access to our class schedule is now at your fingertips. Push Notifications Receive up-to-the-minute updates and reminders about pool closures, holiday hours and more. Mobile Check-In Keep your keys in [...]

May is Older Americans Month – They Can Change the World!

May 12, 2016|

When Older Americans Month was established in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy, only 17 million living Americans had reached their 65th birthday. About a third of older Americans lived in poverty and there were few programs to meet their [...]

In Blessed Memory of Don Kaufmann z”l

January 6, 2016|

The JCC family grieves the passing of Donald (Don) Kaufmann, a long-time community leader and JCC member. Donald was the husband of Henny and father of Steven Kaufmann, Robert Kaufmann and Leslie Sidell, and had a large extended [...]

In Blessed Memory of Harold Grueskin z”l

January 6, 2016|

A noted Colorado gasoline business entrepreneur and prominent figure in the Denver Jewish community died last week. Harold Grueskin, 92, is remembered by loved ones as a man who worked hard to better his community. Harold was an [...]