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Life Care Senior Living an affiliate of Jewish Senior Life

2000 Summit Circle Drive Rochester, NY 14618

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Contents In this issue 4

Change Brings Progress


To Be Honored


The Latest New Fitness Equipment


Cultural Arts


Youth/Teen Fitness




HOT! JCC Staff

20 Adults

10 Fitness 12

Children & Families

JCC Hours

Sunday: 8am-8pm Monday-Thursday: 5am-9:30pm Friday: 5am-5:30pm Saturday: 8am-8pm

Holiday Hours:

Monday, July 4: 7am-1:30pm Independence Day *Locker Rooms & Spas close 30 minutes later.

Pictured on cover: Expansive view of the new family pool under construction looking into the completely renovated lap pool just beyond the glass panels.


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Free to JCC Family Members 6 weeks-4 years-old Hours of Operation Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-8pm Friday: 8:30am-5pm Saturday & Sunday: 8am-4pm For SitterService holiday hours visit

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CHANGE BRINGS PROGRESS Here's what's underway this summer... Bridge Corridor

• Renovation of finishings on the bridge corridor

Main Entrance

• New reception area and main entrance with new Welcome Desk • 23' canopy outside new main entrance with new lighting and wood ceiling

Community Space and Lounge

• New ADA bathroom • Renovated lounge that offers open space, fireplace, and seating near the new Café


• Begin renovations of the Auditoriums including vinyl plank flooring

Gymnasium Corridor

• Gymnasium corridor that runs along the gym allowing access from Gesher to PlayGym

Aquatics Complex

• Family pool and splash pad will open in August!

Fitness Addition

• New fitness floors will open soon with tons of new, exciting equipment • Renovation of new group fitness spaces • Renovated family locker room • New entrance to women's locker room • Addition of new fitness offices

Family pool formwork

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Fitness addition


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THE LATEST + Plate Loaded Leg Extension

Functional Trainer

Leg Press

Plate Loaded Chest Press

Converging Chest Press

Keiser Funtional Triple Trainer

Hub Training Station (HTS)



Workout Tires

Plyometric Boxes



Coming soon to the new JCC Fitness Center... over 100 pieces of cardio equipment PLUS all state-of-the-art functional training and strength equipment.

Sparc Trainer

Espresso Bike

Stages Bike

Non-Motorized Treadmill

Keiser Cycling Bike Adaptive Motion Trainer (AMT)

Upright Bike


Storage Unit Elliptical Trainer

Core Bags


Core Momentum Trainer


Dumbell Rack

Bulgarian Bag


TJ's Next Level Hoops Shooting and Skills Clinic

Sundays, Jun 5, 12, 19, 1:30-4:30pm Grades 7-10 /Gymnasium Are you a dedicated, passionate, and motivated basketball player that wants to succeed at the next level? Join former Razorshark player, Coach TJ, for an intense 3 days of basketball training. Basketball drills that work on ball handling, shooting, agility, and overall conditioning will be incorporated. For more information, contact Anthony Fazzary at ext. 291 or $125 Member: $75




Fencing Class

Sundays, Jun 5-26 Grades (K-2) 2-3pm Grades (3-6) 3-4pm Gymnasium An exciting Olympic activity that your youth can enjoy! Bring your child in to learn the basic fundamentals and fun activities offered in class. Fencing is a sport that teaches great self-discipline and mental conditioning. Instructor: Jean-Raynaud Lao-Kan (Fencing Degree from French Coaching School; Fencing coach at Back Alley Fencing) For more information, contact Anthony Fazzary at ext. 291 or $80 Member: $50

Floor Hockey League

Olympic Day at the J

Thursday, Jun 23, 12-5pm Gymnasium/Pool In the spirit of the Summer Olympics, the JCC will be holding its first Olympic-themed event. Have fun while challenging yourself in a variety of appropriate events for the following age groups: 5-7 years, 8-10 years, 11-13 years, 14-17 years and 18+. Take a look at this exciting schedule of events12-4pm: Sports events include basketball shot, bicycling, rowing, Xerwall, soccer skills, tire throw, pull ups, ball toss, track events, “J” decathalon. Pool events-25, 50, 100yd swim. (There will be outdoor events weather permitting). 4-5pm: Wind up the day in a huge 70’ bounce house while you compete in races and time trials. Snacks and certificates of participation will follow. 5-5:30pm: The closing ceremony will include medals and winners will be announced. After competing, finish your workout with our Olympic-themed HIIT class! For more information, contact Brian Dengler at ext. 248 or bdengler@ Free

Basketball League

Mondays, Jul 11-Aug 15, 4:30-6pm Grades: 3-6 /Outdoor Basketball Court/ Gymnasium (if rain) A summer basketball league just for kids! Grab your friends and join us for 4 weeks of fun games followed by 2 weeks of playoffs. Instructor: AnthonyFazzary For more information, contact Anthony Fazzary at ext. 291 or $80 Member: $50

Wednesdays, Jul 13-Aug 17, 4:30-6pm Grades 3-6/ Gymnasium Shoot, pass, and score your way through this fun league. Each player will play in a 4 week league and compete in a very exciting 2-week playoff tournament! Instructor: Anthony Fazzary For more information, contact Anthony Fazzary at ext. 291 or $80 Member: $50

Advanced Basketball Skills

Monday-Friday, Aug 15-19 9am-12pm Grades: 7-10 /Gymnasium Based off of TJ's Next Level Hoops Shooting and Skills Clinic, join an intense 3 days of basketball training. Coach will focus on the footwork, drills that work on ball handling, shooting, agility, and overall conditioning. Come prepared to learn, sweat, and succeed! For more information, contact Anthony Fazzary at ext. 291 or $175 Member: $125

Sport Specific Coaching

Grades 3-8 Want to sharpen your skills to become a better athlete? Coach Anthony will help you take it to the next level. 1-hour session $30/individual $20/group of 2+

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Sports Camp Weeks at the JCC!

The skills portion of the day runs from 9am-12pm and the afternoon programming is from 12-4pm. Included in the price is the optional after camp care in the In Zone noted below. Tennis Skills Tuesday-Friday, Jul 5-8, 9am-6pm Grades 3-6 Learn tennis skills and strategies from the pros! This camp is designed to teach players of all level how to perform tennis strokes with proper technique. Our goal is to create a fun and active class that shows your child how much fun tennis is and helps them succeed. Please bring your own racquet. Extra racquets and tennis balls will be supplied. Instructor: Professional Tennis Instructors (Colombo’s High Performance Tennis Academy) $180 Member: $130 Soccer Skills Monday-Friday, Jul 18-22, 9am-6pm Grades 3-6/Athletic Fields Summer soccer is back at the JCC! Former Rhino’s player, Gabi Sankowski will teach the fundamental skills and team strategies in the popular sport of soccer. Each player will learn rules and practice new skills in a variety of fun games and drills. Instructor: Gabi Sankowski (Former Rochester Rhino’s Goalkeeper and Goalkeeper Coach. Experienced Varsity Soccer Coach. Owner of “In the Zone” Goalkeeper Training and Soccer Field Training $225 Member: $175

Basketball Skills Monday-Friday, Aug 8-12, 9am-6pm Grades 3-6/New Basketball Courts It is time for summer basketball with the pro! Coach TJ is here to teach you offensive and defensive skills and strategies. Every day you will learn drills to help you become a better player. Instructor: Isiah Ewing (Former Rochester Razorshark Player) $225 Member: $175

All sports camps follow this afternoon schedule: 12-12:45pm 1-2:45pm 3-4pm 4:30-6pm

Lunch (bring your own bagged lunch) Cooperative games and cross training Free swim Free after camp care in the In Zone

Please download the registration form at Return the completed form at least one week prior to the start of camp. For more information, contact Anthony Fazzary at ext. 291 or

Summer Hours of Operation Effective Jun 20-Sept 4

In Zone

The PiT

Sunday: 9am-4pm Monday-Thursday: 4-7pm Friday: 3-5:30pm Saturday: 8am-4pm

Sunday: 12-4pm Monday-Thursday: 4-7pm Friday: 3-5:30pm Saturday: 12-4pm

Interactive, state-of-the-art fitness equipment designed just for kids ages 6-11!

A summer hangout destination for ages 11-16 to socialize, have fun, and just hang with friends.

For In Zone and PiT holiday hours, please visit


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Krav Maga

Mondays & Wednesdays 6-7pm & 7-8pm; Auditoriums Learn how to defend yourself and protect your home and family. Practice the techniques developed by the Israel Defense Forces. Join or observe a class in a comfortable learning environment. For more information, contact Brian Dengler at ext. 248 or 5-class pass $80 Member: $60

Pilates Reformers and Chairs

8-week small group classes begin week of Jun 19 (No classes week of Jul 3) Private and semi-private session packages available. Visit or for more information, contact Val Redmond at ext. 271 or

Pickleball Clinic

Tuesdays, 2-3pm Session A: Jun 7 & 14 Session B: Jun 21 & 28 Session C: Jul 12 & 19 Session D: Jul 26 & Aug 2 Session E: Aug 9 & 16 Learn the game or improve your skills. Review rules, strokes, and strategies. For more information, contact Brian Dengler at ext. 248 or $20 Member: $15

Summer Olympics Group Fitness Challenge

Jul 10-Aug 20 Win a Bronze, Silver or Gold place prize for attending group fitness classes. Prizes based on how many classes are attended in 6 weeks. Register at the Main Desk to pick up your scorecard. For more information contact Val Redmond. Free to JCC members


Fall Pickleball Registration

Member registration: Aug 8 Non member registration: Aug 15 Monday and Thursday leagues start in Sept. Please note when registering, Monday league is minimum 2.5 to 3.9 level and Thursday is minimum 4.0. If you are not sure of your level, please contact Brian Dengler at ext 248 or $40 $30 Member

Spirituality in Motion

This series combines our commitments to health, wellness, Jewish culture, and Jewish traditions through programs designed to rejuvenate our minds, bodies, and souls. 19th Annual Rikud Rochester Israeli Dance Marathon/ Workshop with Ken Avner Saturday, June 18, 7pm-2am Sunday, June 19, 1-5pm Join together with dancers from the US and Canada for our 19th Annual Israeli Dance Marathon with guest programmer/ teacher Ken Avner. Come to dance your favorite Israeli dances and learn the latest hits from the Memorial Day camps. Experience the relaxed friendly atmosphere and see why people come back year after year. $45/ Entire Weekend (includes Sunday supper post-dancing) $25/ Single Day Saturday $20/ Single Day Sunday Jewish C omm uni ty

Greater Rochester


Sunday, Jun 26, 1pm; Main Desk Join Bev Hillabrandt for a casual walk down the canal to Schoen Place to stop for ice cream. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, and money for ice cream. Free

Registration opens Monday, Aug 1 League runs Aug 31-Nov 16. Register your team (a team consists of 6 players) or individuals will be drafted on Monday, Aug 29. For more information, contact Anthony Fazzary at ext. 291 or afazzary@jccrochester. org. $600/team Member: $450/team $125/person Member: $90/person

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Summer Celebration Canal Walk

Men’s Over 30 Basketball Registration

A Special SilverSneakers® Yoga Event! Thursday, Aug 18, 12-1pm Auditorium C Join us for an hour of yoga, reflection, and refreshments as together we celebrate Tu B’Av, the traditional Jewish day of love. Instructor: Reut Ben-Zikri Free to JCC Members Just for You!: Relax, Renew, Revive Thursday, Aug 18, 7:15-8:30pm Downstairs Courtyard (Rain/heat location: Yoga Studio) Join us for an evening of starlight yoga, reflection, and refreshments as together we celebrate Tu B’Av, the traditional Jewish day of love. Take the time to focus on our most precious relationship – the one we have with ourselves – as we relax and rejuvenate under the warmth of the summer sky. Advanced registration appreciated. Instructor: Liza Savage-Katz $5 Member: Free Israeli Dance for Everyone Sundays 6:30-7pm: Beginner Lessons 7-9pm: Open Dancing and Instruction Dance Studio No registration required. Just drop in and dance! Instructor: Max Steiner $6 Member: Free The Spirituality in Motion series is made possible in part with support from the Michael & Ruth Kravetz Fund. All Jewish Life programs are made possible through the generosity of the Harry and Regina Cornell Fund. For more information about the above Spirituality in Motion programs, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or

Save the Date!

Monday, September 5 26th Annual J5K Register at $25 $20 before 8/15

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Call 585-389-1029 Cell: 585-230-1187


Wellness Programs


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Silver&Fit® provides eligible members with no-cost or low-cost fitness memberships Stretching the Limits Parkinson’s Class and older adult-oriented group exercise classes through Intermediate Mondays & Wednesdays, Jul 11-Aug 31, 3-4pm; Dance Studio arrangements with certain health plans. Silver&Fit® is provided by American Specialty Health Fitness, Inc., a Tuesdays & Thursdays, Jul 19-Sept 8, 3-4pm; Dance Studio subsidiary of American Specialty Health Incorporated. Advanced To join the JCC, bring your health insurance card to the Mondays & Wednesdays, Jul 11-Aug 31, 11:50am-12:50pm JCC Main Desk, complete a membership application An 8-week group exercise class for individuals with varying and pay the $25 annual member fee for 2016. stages of Parkinson’s disease. Improve flexibility, posture, and Silver&Fit® members must scan their key tag card each balance; increase body awareness, strength training, and the ability to get up from a chair or the floor. An evaluation must be time they visit the JCC. Your JCC membership includes participation in any of our group fitness classes, which completed prior to class. For more information, contact are free with membership. Val Redmond at ext. 271 or Zumba® Gold Member/Non Member: $100 Wednesdays, 11-11:45am Music, Mindfulness, and Motion Silver&Fit® II: Experience Tuesdays & Thursdays, Apr 28-Jun 14 and Jun 28-Aug 4 Sundays, 10:30-11:15am 1-2pm; Dance Studio Provides people with early- to mid-stage dementia and their SilverSneakers® caregivers an opportunity to exercise in a safe and nurturing The JCC is a fitness provider for the environment. Healthways SilverSneakers® Fitness Instructors: Carm Heidt and Kathy Mulvehill, Certified Personal Program. To receive your free JCC membership, present Trainers your Healthways SilverSneakers® card and your health To register, call Carm at ext. 817 or Kathy at ext. 831. insurance card at the time of joining. SilverSneakers® Free members must scan their key tag card each time Made possible with support from the Sheila Konar Fund for they visit the JCC. Your JCC membership includes Music, Mindfulness, and Motion in honor of William Konar. participation in any of our group fitness classes, which

Cardiac Fitness Program

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 8:30am-12pm Individuals learn to self-manage their overall cardiovascular health, decrease risk factors for heart disease, and implement a healthy lifestyle in this supervised exercise program. For more information, contact Carm Heidt at ext. 817 or cheidt@ Member: $180/year


are free with membership. Contact your health insurance carrier for eligibility information or by calling, toll-free, 888-423-4632. SilverSneakers® Classic Mondays & Thursdays, 11-11:45am SilverSneakers® Circuit Tuesdays & Fridays, 11-11:45am SilverSneakers® Yoga Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12pm

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Swim Lessons


Tiny Tots and Parent Sunday, 10-10:30am Ages 10 months-2 years Become comfortable in the water through water games, blowing bubbles, kicking and beginner floating. Minimum 4, maximum 12 Advance Tiny Tots and Parents Sunday, 10-10:30am Ages 3-4 years For the older baby or pre-schooler and parent. Become comfortable in the water, beginning kicking, floating, blowing bubbles, arm stroke and safety. Minimum 4, maximum 12 Level 1 Sunday, 10-10:30am or 10:30-11am Tuesday, 4-4:30pm Thursday, 4-4:30pm Ages 4-5 years Water and class adaptation, kicking, floating, jumping in, and putting the face in the water. Child must be at least 4 Minimum 3, maximum 4 Level 2 Sunday, 10:30-11am or 11-11:30am Tuesday, 4-4:30pm Wednesday, 4-4:30pm Thursday, 4-4:30pm Ages 4-7 years For the child who is comfortable in the water, but needs to work on basic swimming skills. Students will be introduced to the front and back crawl, floating safety and rescue skills. Minimum 3, maximum 4

Level 3 Sunday, 10:30-11am; 11-11:30am or 11:30am-12pm Tuesday, 4-4:30pm Tuesday, 4:30-5pm Wednesday, 4:30-5pm Thursday, 4:30-5pm Ages 6+ years Pre-requisite: Level 2 Students will be taught elementary backstroke, rotary breathing, front and back crawl, stroke development, safety, survival and rescue skills. Minimum 3, maximum 5 Level 4 Sunday, 11:30am-12pm Tuesday, 5-5:30pm Wednesday, 5-5:30pm Thursday, 5-5:30pm Ages 6+ years Pre-requisite: Level 3 For the child with good front and back crawl for 10 yards. Course will review already learned strokes, introduce sidestroke and breast stroke kick, safety and rescue skills. Minimum 4, maximum 6 All Lessons: Begin Tuesday, Jul 5-Sunday, Aug 28 (8-weeks) $140 Member: $80

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JCC Jaws Swim Team

Thursdays, Jul 5-Aug 25, 4:45-5:30pm Ages 7+/Pool JCC’s brand new swim team is designed to develop stroke efficiency and swimmer endurance. Swimmers will focus on the four strokes, flip turns and competitive starts. US Masters Coach: Rob West $156 Member: $96


JCC Masters Swim Team


Tuesday and Thursday, Jul 5-Aug 25, 6:30-7:45am Ages 18+ /Pool Ideal for those wishing to continue squad swimming, improve stroke technique and those training for triathlons. Instructor: Rob West $100 Member: $60

SWIMTEAM! Private/Semi Private Swim Lessons Lesson times and days are at your convenience. Anyone can learn to swim, or enjoy lessons to improve your current abilities. We offer one on one instruction for adults and children or semi private lessons designed for 2-4 participants. Private Lessons 1 Lesson: $50 Member: $30 3 Lessons: $145 Member: $87 5 Lessons: $234 Member: $140 10 Lessons: $450 Member: $270 Semi Private Lessons 1 Lesson: $60 Member: $35 3 Lessons: $174 Member: $102 5 Lessons: $280 Member: $164 10 Lessons: $540 Member: $315


Please understand that due to instructor/student ratios we cannot offer makeup lessons for missed classes. If the aquatics department cancels classes for any reason, a makeup date will be added.

Please contact Rob West at ext. 289 or e-mail for swim class placement or questions about the new JCC Jaws swim team. Register online at, at the JCC Main Desk, or by calling Rob West at ext. 289.


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Outdoor Triathlon Training at Markus Park

Gesher Before and GESHER After School Care

Gesher bridges home and school life for children in grades K-6. Registration for the 2016-17 school year is ongoing. Our program includes athletics, swimming, enrichment, and more.

Wednesdays, Jun 1-Aug 24 6:30-8:30pm Focus on swimming, running, cycling, and strength training. Instructor: Kim Levitsky For more information, contact Marisa Garber at ext. 285 or $210 Member: $125

Before School Care - S ­ tart the day in a calm, enriching environment before riding the bus to school (Brighton or Rush-Henrietta). After School Care - Choose from activities like theatre, cooking, gardening, athletics, homework help, and more! Options rotate every 10 weeks. Sign up for Youth Fitness classes at no additional cost.



Summer Kick-off at Camp

Sunday, Jun 5, 3-7pm In conjunction with PJ Library® we are proud to share this introduction to all that Markus Park has to offer. Activities for all ages including Ga-Ga tournament, hikes, petting zoo, crafts and more. Food will be available for sale and the Amy Hazard Band will be performing at 6pm. For more information, contact Marisa Garber at ext. 285 or $5 Member: Free

Kindercrew - Wraparound care designed for kindergartners to foster independence. Taught by a NYS certified teacher, the curriculum focuses on both academics and social skills in a playful setting. Snow Days, Superintendent’s Days, and Half Days - Convenient for parents, fun for kids! Enjoy time with friends while participating in entertaining and stimulating activities during time off from school. For more information, email

HIDDEN IN THE JCC! How many JCC-related words can you find in the puzzle below? Words go in all directions, but always in a straight line. When you have found all words there will be only 5 unused letters left. Rearrange them to form the name of a JCC personality!









Word List: Sisol, Pool, Playgym, Theaters, TRX, Massage, Aquatics, Pilates, Squats, Yoga, INZONE, TYKES, Zumba, CSL



Ages 2-10 Free to JCC Family Members! Children under four must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or sibling in the 7th grade or above, who shall remain with the child in the PlayGym area and on the structure at all times. Children ages 4-10 must be signed in and out by an adult remaining in the JCC. All children must be potty trained. Hours of Operation Sunday: 8am-4pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 8:30am-2pm, 4-8pm Wednesday: 8:30am-2pm, 5-8pm Friday: 8:30am-2pm Saturday: 8am-4pm For PlayGym holiday hours visit

Story Time with Mike

Tuesdays, Jun 14, Jul 12 & Aug 9 11:15-11:45am Mike Miller has been telling stories as a teacher, camp counselor, and storyteller for over 30 years to parents, grandparents, and children of all ages. Join us for this monthly event. Free

B'nai Mitzvot

The JCC is a great place to host your child's Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration. Let us create a unique event that your family will remember forever! Activities may include sport games, DJ, dancing, swimming, and more.

Birthday Parties

Plan your child’s next party at the JCC! We will entertain your kids and run the party for you. Many packages to choose from, including PlayGym, In Zone, bounce house, reptiles, roller skating, ponies, movie in the pool, mini ark, magician, and a 70’ obstacle course bounce house! To reserve a date today for your B'nai Mitzvot or birthday celebration, contact Amy Exton at ext. 268 or

And the JCC personality is “___ ___ ___ ___ ___!”


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Traditional Camp (Entering grades K-6) Jul 5-Aug 26 Come for one week, come for all eight, or anywhere in between! With busing, lunch, snack, swim lessons, late nights, overnights, trips and more all included, the experience is unbeatable! Hobby Camp (Entering grades K-6) Jun 27-Jul 1 & Aug 29-Sept 2 Hobby camp provides an opportunity for campers to choose a program area (arts & crafts, athletics or nature/ adventure) to focus on for the week. In the afternoon, there is the option to stick with their morning track, or try out a different one! All campers enjoy extended free swim daily! TYKEs/KidStage (Entering grades 3-6) Campers will have a fun-filled summer camp adventure plus an extraordinary theatre experience. Choose from one-week workshops in musical theatre, sign language theatre or comedy writing, or two-week full productions! KidSport (Entering grades 3-6) Week-long sports camps provide the perfect balance of training and fun! Camps emphasize teamwork and sportsmanship along with technical skills in a variety of sports!



• heated swimming pool

Specialty Camps (Entering grades 3-6) Specialty camps are nature-based programs, designed to feature new adventures and discoveries every week. Options include aeronautics, canoeing, cooking and more! Chalutzim Teen Travel (Entering grades 7-9) In each two week session, campers will grow their outdoor living skills, canoeing abilities, hiking distances and so much more! In the second week, campers will take a fourday, three-night camping trip to a state park in New York! Counselors in Training (CIT) (Entering grade 10) CITs will spend part of their day receiving direct training and supervision from the CIT director, and the other part of the day fully immersed in the camp program, putting their new skills to use! For more information about Camp Sisol, contact Dan Irving at ext. 274 or


There is still time to register for summer at Camp Sisol!

Markus Park this summer! FREE TO JCC MEMBERS

• kiddie pool

• men’s, women’s, and family locker rooms

• children’s playground

• picnic area

Opening Saturday, May 28!

• tennis courts

• stream and pond


• basketball court

• 70 acres for hiking

May 28 & 29.......................................... 10am-7pm

Markus Park Pool Schedule

May 30 (Memorial Day)......................... 10am-6pm

JUNE Saturday & Sunday (beginning 6/4)................ 4-8pm Monday-Friday (beginning 6/27)............. 10am-8pm

JULY & AUGUST July 4..................................................... 10am-6pm Saturday & Sunday................................ 10am-8pm Monday-Friday............................................. 4-8pm

Markus Park is available to rent for your next special event!


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What better way is there to say goodbye to the summer than spending a weekend in the beautiful Finger Lakes region with your family?

Join Us August 26-28

Weekend overview: • All meals are kosher and prepared by our team of chefs • Enjoy swimming, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, waterskiing, paddleboarding, fishing, tennis, volleyball, archery, soccer, basketball, arts and crafts, and the high ropes challenge course • Adult only fitness classes: Zumba®, yoga, and total body workouts • Wine and cheese receptions • Campfires, s’mores, and ice cream buffets


For more information, contact Aaron Cantor at 461-2000, ext. 263 or visit

Enroll Today for 2016/17 Year! Exemplary Early Education & Care for children 8 weeks through Pre-K.

Professional staff, developmentally appropriate curriculum, beautiful, spacious outdoor play spaces, 2-4 year-olds enjoy weekly PlayGym, 3 & 4 year-olds participate in open gym time, and free swim. Space is limited. Call us today!

To Be Honored

JCC to host Brighton Volunteer Ambulance vehicle being dedicated to EMT, Zhe "Zack" Zeng. Zhe “Zack” Zeng gave his life trying to help save others’ lives at the World Trade Center on 9/11.

9/11 hero to be honored by Brighton Volunteer Ambulance at the JCC May 26.

Zack was one of over 400 rescuers (police, fire, and EMS) that perished that day, but what was unique about him was his connection to Rochester, and most particularly to Brighton Volunteer Ambulance.

receiving his B.A in 1995 and his M.B.A. from the William E. Simon Business School in 1998. While Zack was at UR his father died, which profoundly affected him. He wanted to give back to society, and his mother encouraged him to do so. That is when Zack joined BVA to become an EMT. He trained and worked side-by-side with other volunteers, and was a well-liked member of the team.

A special dedication service will take place at the JCC at 4pm on Thursday, May 26, in memory of Zack as Brighton Volunteer Ambulance (BVA) dedicates their new ambulance,“Brighton 3059” in perpetuity “In memory of Zhe ‘Zack’ Zeng and all the rescuers who died on September 11, 2001, So Others May Live.”

After returning to Brooklyn to support his family, Zach was on his way to his job in the lower financial district that fatal day when the twin towers were struck. Zack saw the towers ablaze and his natural instinct as an EMT took over. He gathered first aid kits from the building where he worked and raced to the scene of the devastation.

The public is invited to attend the event that afternoon in front of the Jewish Community Center. Local dignitaries and representatives from all public safety agencies will be present at the dedication. The new BVA vehicle, Ambulance 3059, will be on display. Speakers and a video will explain the relevance of Zack’s contribution. Light refreshments will be served.

There are reports that Zack assisted FDNY firefighters in carrying victims to safety. His heroic actions are best documented in video footage taken by Fox5 NY News at the base of the WTC South Tower. A scene shows Zack kneeling over one of wounded, now his “patient,” rendering patient care. Zack called his mother from the scene and said things were very chaotic. He then said he had to go to help rescue more people. She never heard from him again.

In Jewish terms, Zack’s was an act of “gemilut hasadim,” an act of loving kindness. This is an important Jewish value that will be shared with the community as well as children of the JCC Gesher Before and Afterschool program at the event. Here is Zack’s story:

Join us at the JCC on May 26 to learn more about this heroic man and friend to many of the staff at Brighton Volunteer Ambulance. Thanks to them, Zack’s memory will live on through Ambulance 3059 and future replacements for it.

Born in Canton, China, Zack emigrated with his parents and brother, settling in Brooklyn when he was 15. He came to Rochester to attend the University of Rochester,






The following programs are presented by All of the following listings are open to Members and Non Members.

The Resource Place offers programs designed to help people of all ages navigate life’s challenges and opportunities. Stop in and meet the staff or visit The Resource Place library. For more information, contact Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW, at ext. 232 ( or Carrie Dengler at ext. 214 ( If minimum registration is not met, classes may be cancelled. Please call 461-2000 for more information.

Parenting StressLess Parenting Thursday, Jun 9, 12pm We all need to learn to maintain balance in our stressful world. Learn strategies that you can use as well as how to teach your children to cope with a full and fast-paced life. Includes lunch. Facilitator: Emily Krohn, LCSW-R and Dr. Zendi Moldenhauer, PhD., NPP/ PNP, RN $20 Member: $15 *Parenting programs are for parents with children of all ages. To reserve your spot in a program contact Michele Ruda Leve.


Nutrition and Health


Super Noggin: A Brain Fitness Program Tuesday, Jun 14, 2-3:30pm Stress Reduction: Stress can interfere with your memory. This fun and enlightening class gives a brief overview of the effects of stress on brain fitness and presents simple mental and physical techniques for relaxation that will de-stress you, invigorate your brain, and even get you laughing! Facilitated by: Emily Krohn, LCSW-R, CDP, Owner Connection Compass, Certified Super Noggin Instructor $20 Member: $16 Meditation For Everyday Wednesdays, Jul 6-Aug 10 11:30am-12:30pm People who meditate tend to be calmer, happier, and more resourceful. Learn how to meditate properly. Bring a blanket or yoga mat or use a chair. Class is limited to 15 participants. Facilitator: Gary Updyke, M.A. $60 Member: $50

Create Your Vision Thursday, Jul 21, 10am Surround yourself with images of who you want to become and what you want your life to be. It’s a powerful reminder of your deepest desires, and works as a guide to help you to allow them to come true. Supplies included. Facilitated by: Adrienne Markus $20 Member: $15 Food and Mood Thursday, Aug 11, 1pm Have you ever noticed that certain foods seem to affect your mood negatively, or how others can have a positive affect? Learn how and why this can happen and discover the key ingredients that can have the greatest impact on your mood! Facilitated by: Adrienne Markus, Certified Health Coach and Nutrition Consultant $20 Member: $15 Mindfulness is a Skill Tuesdays, Jul 12-Aug 16, 1:30-3pm The practice of being mindful is a new way of relating to yourself and the world around you. Through experiential learning and guided mindfulness practices, participants will see how these practices affect their inner and outer lives, and will learn to direct their attention in a more focused way to what is happening in the present moment. Facilitator: Deb Appleton, M.S.Ed. $60 Member: $50

Support Help Fulfill the Mitzvah of Hachnasat Orchim (welcoming guests) Are you willing to open your home during secular and Jewish holidays to those who are new to the area or don’t have family here? If so, call Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW. You may be asked to provide transportation. Thank you for your kindness!

Lifespan Presents: Health Insurance Information, Counseling, and Assistance Program Are you eligible for Medicare and want information about choosing health insurance? Lifespan’s trained volunteer counselors can help. To schedule an appointment, contact Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW. Free Shop. Compare. Enroll. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. can assist you with the enrollment process through New York State of Health, The Official Health Plan Marketplace. Appointments may be made at the JCC for the first and third Friday of each month. For an appointment, call 613-7662. Free Divorce and Your Home Wednesday, Jun 8, 12pm Discuss how divorce impacts your family home and what options are available to you. Topics will include: selling the home, refinancing on one income, determining your home’s value, qualifying for and purchasing a home of your own. Feel free to bring a bag lunch. Facilitator: Rachel Wexler, Realtor, Nothnagle Realtors and Michelle Corbani, Mortgage Consultant $10 Member: $5 Divorce- Heal, Strengthen & Move Forward Wednesday, Jun 15, 7pm This will provide a roadmap for individuals and couples going through the tumultuous waters of separation and divorce. When you are overwhelmed by the decisions that need to be made about family and finances, it’s easy to crumble emotionally. Self-care, self-preservation and planning will ensure that you emerge stronger at the end of this journey. Facilitator: Andra Niculescu, MS, LMFT $15 Member: $10

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Caring for a Parent/Loved One Support Group Mondays, Jun 20, Jul 18 & Aug 15 1pm Get the support you need to help care for your aging loved one. Registration is required 48 hours prior to a group meeting. Facilitator: Dee Schwartz, LMSW, Jewish Family Service of Rochester To register, contact Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW. Free Us TOO Prostate Cancer Support, Education, and Advocacy Second Thursday of each month, 7-9pm Conference Room Free monthly meetings include medical experts and a forum for survivors of prostate cancer and their loved ones to speak.

Interfaith Interfaith Connection Connect with other interfaith couples in a welcoming, supportive group. This program serves couples with one Jewish partner in a committed relationship, with or without children. For more information, contact Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW. Free Interfaith Relationship Counseling The interfaith subject can be a sensitive one. Get free guidance and help to find solutions that work best for you. For an appointment at the JCC or an area synagogue, contact Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW.


The Mothers Circle For women in interfaith relationships who want to learn about Jewish rituals, ethics, and creating a Jewish home for their children. The Mothers Circle is a program of Big Tent Judaism. Free Sitter Service is available. Facilitator: Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW For more information, visit or contact Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW. Free The Grandparents Circle For Jewish grandparents whose children are intermarried. Share your Jewish heritage and nurture your grandchildren’s Jewish identities. The Grandparents Circle is a program of Big Tent Judaism. Facilitator: Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW For more information, contact Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW. Free Jewish Life programs, Interfaith Connection, Interfaith Relationship Counseling, The Mothers Circle, and The Grandparents Circle are made possible through the generosity of the Harry and Regina Cornell Fund.

Art and Music Show Tune Showcase Tuesdays, Jun 14, Jul 12 & Aug 9 10-10:30am Join Michael Miller and sing popular show tunes. Free Happy Hour with Live Music Thursday, Aug 11, 5-6:30pm JCC Lobby Come and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and snacks while listening to the melodic tunes of the folk-rock band, Liar’s Moon. Free The Art of Painting Mondays, 10am; Art Studio Work in the medium of your choice and enjoy demonstrations from guest artists. All ages and abilities are welcome. Painting coupon booklets must be purchased at the Main Desk. Instructor: Allison Roberts $88 Member: $55

Marquetry Wednesdays, 9am; Art Studio Marquetry is art made from thin pieces of wood veneer glued together to form a picture or pattern.Drop-in to learn this craft and work on a project. A list of materials will be provided. Facilitator: Nadia Sanow $20 Member: Free Crafting Thursdays, 10am-2pm; Art Studio Work on a project and get tips and assistance. Instruction will focus on copper enameling and quilting. Facilitator: Norma Gingold $20 Member: Free

Clubs and Connections Coffee & Conversation First Thursday of each month, 10-10:45am; Yiddish Culture Center Relax and unwind with coffee and conversation with new friends. For more information, contact Carrie Dengler. Free


Medicare Basics Tuesday, Jun 14, 7pm Gain a better understanding of the most important things to know about Medicare and have your concerns addressed. Be better equipped to figure out how best to meet the goal of maintaining good and affordable health coverage. For more information or to register, contact Michele Ruda Leve at ext. 232 or Facilitator: Renee Pettenski, MVP Healthcare Free

Men in Transition Tuesdays, 8:30-10am An association of retired men ages 60+. Enjoy bagels, coffee, and discussion. Special speakers are regularly scheduled. Free Current Events Wednesdays, 11am-1pm Discuss news topics that interest you. The group breaks for lunch. Free Connections for Women First Thursday of each month 1-2:15pm; Room 1 A group of women ages 60+. Enjoy coffee, speakers, outings, and discussion. Free Senior Days at the “J” Mondays & Thursdays, 10:15am-1pm Looking to meet other adults in a casual atmosphere? A calendar of events including discussions, card games, bingo, movies, sing-alongs, and more are enjoyed each week. Monthly schedules are available in The Resource Place office. Free

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Book Club J C C L A N E D W O R K I N Calling all book lovers! In JEWISHBOOKFESTIVAL conjunction with the JCC Lane Dworkin Jewish Book Festival, we host a Book Club that meets every six weeks. Read thought-provoking books and enjoy stimulating conversation. Facilitator: Michael Miller Free

Education AARP Driver Safety Course Jun 6 & 8, Jul 11 & 13, Aug 8 & 10 Conference Room Earn discounts on your auto insurance with this New York State-approved driver safety course. Payment must be made by check to AARP on the first day of class. AARP Member: $20 Non AARP Member: $25


Bridge Instruction Wednesdays, Jun 15-Jul 20, 1-2pm Learn the basics of playing bridge in this six-week class from a skilled instructor. Instructor: Cindy Reid $60 Member: $55


Mah Jong Instruction Wednesdays, Jul 6-27, 10am-12pm Join others as you learn the basics in this four week class taught by a master teacher. Class limited to 4-5 participants. Instructor: June Rapowitz $55 Member: $50

TechAge Adult Computer Learning Center

"Classes for Adults, Taught by Adults" Monday-Friday, 12-2pm Windows 10, iPad, and Android tablet classes. FREE drop-in help sessions. For more information, call ext. 463 or visit

Shavuot Ice Cream Scoop Shop for Adults

Monday, Jun 6, 11:30am-1pm Auditorium A Enjoy a fresh scooped ice cream sundae in honor of the Jewish holiday of Shavuot. For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or Free to JCC Members

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Music and Lyrics by Michael Friedman Book by Alex Timbers Announcing the


40th AnniversAry seAson

Church & State by Jason Odell Williams

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My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy December 1–11, 2016

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The Hit-Makers February 4–19, 2017

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Todah Rabah (Thank You)

A special thank you to our donors for contributions received January 9-April 7, 2016. Your generosity ensures the excellent programming we enjoy; enhances and maintains the facility we love; and serves our community, including individuals and families who require financial assistance. Special thanks to our Markus Society members, who support the JCC each year with a minimum gift of $360. Annual Campaign

Erica and Matt Bland in honor of Loren and Jamie Flaum Joyce and Roger Miller Ann Chazan Joan and Robert Clar Marlene and Ross Elkin Judith and Kenneth Harbison Suzanne and Nathan Jaschik Dvorah Kolko Glenn Palmer Karen Robbins Seymour Sandler Rosalyn Schreiber Elaine and Peter Schwarz Louise Vanni Alison and Donald Wilder


Markus Society


(Gifts received Jan 9, – Apr 7, 2016) Betsy and Stuart Bobry Joyce Burg Joan Feinbloom Risa and Warren Frankel Kimberly and Richard Gray Merilyn and Robert Israel Karen and Howard Kessler Rosemarie and Benjamin Levy Shirley Mink Mary Ann and James Philippone Sarah Goldstein Post and Daniel Post Shelby Nelson and Lewis Rothberg Noreen Salerno Hedria and Robert Saltzman Rivka Chatman and Myron Silver Rona and Howard Weinstein Linda and Sidney Weinstein

Camp Seneca Lake

Harold and Terri Bobry Mitchell Brodsky The Cohen Family in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of Leo Lorge Lenore and Marshall Lesser in memory of Ed Burg The Meltzer Family in honor of Jacob Goldstein's Bar Mitzvah Morris Iron & Steel Co., Inc. Noreen B. Salerno Advised Fund in memory of Brian Salerno Dr. Kate Berry Tompkins

Campership for Camp Seneca Lake

Denise and David Cyrkin in memory of Harold Mann and Stanley Underberg Hyla and Rich Mink in memory of Ed Burg Lisa and Gary Philipson in memory of Stanley Underberg

Dr. Kate Berry Tompkins Jane Gordon and Miles Zatkowsky in honor of Jim Woods and Jocelyn Schaible's friendship and for celebrating our birthdays with us


Jamie and Loren Flaum Elaine P. and Richard U. Wilson Foundation Ann and Steve Fox Jack and Bonnie Garner Lois and Arthur Kuh Nancy and Howard LeVant Ralph Meranto in memory of Harriet Lempert New York State Council on the Arts Courtney Pulire

Children's Programs & After School Care Elaine and Ivan Sanzel in memory of Bernard Yablin

City Kids to Sisol

Five Star Bank John F. Wegman Fund

Fitness, Wellness and Recreation

Elaine and Ivan Sanzel in honor of Mark Miller's 50th birthday James Sloan Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.

Jewish Community Center

Lois and Ronald Dworsky in memory of Ed Burg Karen and Sidney Goldstien in memory of Katie Goldstien Dwaine and Mort Levy in memory of Ed Burg Lois London in honor of Sarah Jacobson Helen and Saul Presberg in memory of Ed Burg

Membership Scholarship Fund

Jane Gordon and Miles Zatkowsky in honor of Sally Hirst and Doug Miller's friendship and for celebrating our birthdays with us

Sandra Dreyfuss Membership Scholarship Fund Eric Dreyfuss in memory of Sandra Dreyfuss

Senior Adult Programs

Ann and Murray Astarita in memory of Ed Burg Norma Gingold in memory of Fay Wroniak and Donald Seeholzer Golda Rayburn in memory of Ed Burg

Special Needs Programs

Maxine and Jerry Rosen in memory of Rick Packard and Karen Kessler's beloved brother

Susie Goldstein Sands Fund for Camp Seneca Lake In honor of Julia Sand’s Bat Mitzvah Marcia and Norman Abelson Inge and Larry Goldstein Liz Paley Jewell Pam, Rob, Brad and Jared Ross Enid and Louis Ryen in memory of Elliott Gilels and in honor of Sherwin Weinstein's special birthday

Sylvia & Philip Kowal Fund for the Jewish Film Festival

Ann Anderson Lynn and Arnold Goldman in memory of Ed Burg Richard Horwitz Bonnie Jackson Noreen Salerno

TYKEs (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy) Sarah Barons Shelby Nelson Jason Vandemark Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.

Winkler-Lococo Campership Fund

Sue and Michael Lococo in honor of Melanie Wolk receiving the 2016 Athena Young Professional Award, in memory of Ann Riemer’s father, William, in memory of Jim Littwitz and wishing James Catalano a speedy recovery Sue, Megan and Michael Lococo in memory of Ginger Lerner's mother Eleanor

Wolk Children's Center

Committee of 25 Leslie and Howard Crane in honor of Jeff Voldman's special birthday Tracy Seligman

Yiddish Cultural Center

Mona and Mark Kolko in memory of Rivka Chatman's sister Liz

Capital Campaign Donors Thank you to the following extraordinary donors who have made commitments to the Our Vision, Our Future Campaign. We are so grateful for your wonderful support. This list recognizes all donors who made or increased their commitments between January 13-April 20, 2016.

Nancy Moscov-Rapp CBR, ASP

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ADVOCATE ($5,000 - $9,999) Randy and Erni Schuster

FRIEND ($2,500-$4,999)

Dairy Queen of Rochester Richard Mader and Terry Schwartz Alice Palokoff and Family

CONTRIBUTOR ($1 - $999)





Robb and Nancy Adams Anonymous (2) Murray Deutsch ACSW, LCSW Carol Foxenburgh Jean Fuller Jonathan and Joy Getnick, Eric Newman, and Sam Newman in loving memory of Bruce Newmanz”l The Hackleman Family in memory of Marilyn Goldberg Shirley Grossman Jeanette Hauck and Philip Neuer Fran and Arnold Henry Geraldine Hoag Jayne and Wendell Kane Rose Levin Hela and Jan Lipitz Lauren McKenna in memory of Scott Wiesenberg Diane Morse and Mark Winsberg Jill and Edgar Musicus Dorothy O’Brien Norm and Judie Reich Ruth Roncinske Lore and Hans Schwarz Tracy Seligman Don and Carol Sheehan Neal and Pam Sherman in honor of Loren and Jamie Flaum Bernice Sklar Louise Vanni


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In Middle School I got to interview Robert Redford for our school newspaper...even had dinner with him!


P Everyone tells me I look like Harry Connick, Jr.


My favorite food is my mom's homemade sauerkraut.

I was a Lancer Dancer and part of a dance team for our NASL soccer team.




LORI HORTON BALL I own more cameras than pairs of shoes.




My first time at the JCC was in 2009 in the SummerStage production of "Hair!"

COURTNEY LYNNE ROGAS I have been building homes with Habitat for Humanity for 10 years.


E I have taught yoga to over 2,000 kids and have run 6 marathons!


P JOY GETNICK I am taking my 8th trip to Israel this summer.


JAYMIE MORTON I play roller derby with the ROC City Roller Derby team.

Come join us and see for yourself the “Hillel Experience” and how we transform lives! • Small class sizes offering a low student-teacher ratio • Laptops/tablets for all students in grades 1-8 • After school enrichment clubs in Robotics, Math, Sports, and more • Warm & inclusive community COMMUNITY FAMILY PICNIC & ANNUAL BOARD MEETING

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