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Winter 2015/16

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路 Welcome Arnie Sohinki, Our New Executive Director 路 2016 JCC Annual Gala 路 Camp Sisol Early Bird Event 路 HOT JCC Staff!


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Contents In this issue 4

A Special Message from Matt Ryen, President, JCC Board of Directors and Arnie Sohinki, the JCC’s new Executive Director


Youth Fitness

8 Fitness 10

HOT JCC Staff!


Children & Families


Cultural Arts


Adult Programs

21 Highlights 22

Happy Hanukkah Join Us to Celebrate Hanukkah at the JCC b Candle Lighting, Donuts & Hanukkah Fun

Monday, Dec 7, 4-6pm; JCC Hanukkiyah by Main Parking Lot, Rear Lobby & Auditorium A Free

b Lots of Latkas Hanukkah Lunch

Thursday, Dec 10, 12pm; Auditorium A Registration required. For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or $9 Member: $6


JCC HOURS Sunday: 8am-8pm Monday-Thursday: 5am-9:30pm Friday: 5am-5:30pm Saturday: 8am-8pm Holiday Hours:

Nov 26 7am-1:30pm Thanksgiving Day Dec 24 5am-5:30pm Christmas Eve Dec 25 8am-5:30pm Christmas Day Dec 31 5am-5:30pm New Year's Eve Jan 1 8am-1:30pm New Year's Day *Locker Rooms & Spas close 30 minutes later.

The JCC Welcomes the Newest Members of the Board of Directors JCC Member for over 15 years. Radiologist at Rochester General Health Systems.

Jonathan Broder, M.D.

JCC Member for over 11 years. Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition, Xerox Corporation.

Martin Spokony

JCC Member for over 40 years and former JCC President. CEO, Kessler Group, Inc.

Laurence Kessler 3

The JCC of Greater Rochester will be relevant to every member of our Jewish community. The mission of the JCC is to strengthen Jewish identity and promote Jewish continuity through all stages of life. This is accomplished in an environment that provides opportunities for meaningful cultural enrichment, physical well being and social, educational and recreational experiences for individuals and families. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS

President Matt Ryen

Vice Presidents Dan Goldstein Richard Gray Burton Kleinman Karen Menachof


Staci Henning


Justin Goldman


Valerie Alhart Bernard Birnbaum Judy Blaustein Jonathon Broder Howard Cohen Loren Flaum Robert Fogel Sharon Gray Aaron Hiller Laurence Kessler Josef Kilimnick Sheila Konar Susan Sagan Levitan Ben Levy Robyn Morgan Rabbi Michael Silbert Seth Silver Martin Spokony Marcia Stern Ron Von Perlstein

Chairman, Board of Governors: Jeremy Wolk

Executive Director: Arnie Sohinki Associate Executive Directors: Eke Aiono David J. Pieramico

Development Director:

Sarah Goldstein Post Membership Director: Barbara Conklin

Chief Membership & Marketing Officer: Susan LaRosa

Graphic Designer: Lyndsay Thomas JCC Magazine is published quarterly by Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester 1200 Edgewood Avenue Rochester, NY 14618 Contact us at (585) 461–2000 Or online at

Dear JCC Members and Friends, It is with sadness and excitement that I write to you. As many of you know, Leslie Berkowitz informed the board of directors at the beginning of the year about her intention to step away from being the executive director at the JCC and begin a new chapter in her life, spending more time with her family and consulting. With deep gratitude for her leadership and vision, the board and I thank Leslie for her 19 years of dedicated service to the JCC. Leslie is a consummate professional, thoughtful, insightful, and a visionary, who has made an indelible mark on our community. Soon after Leslie notified us, we formed a search committee and conducted an intensive nationwide search for the best candidate. Leslie's leadership paved the way for us to attract high quality Jewish communal leaders. We are fortunate that strong leadership will continue at the JCC with the arrival of Arnie Sohinki. Arnie began his career with his work for the B’nai B’rith Youth Organization and served as the associate director of the JCCs of Greater Los Angeles and the chief executive officer of the JCC of Greater Washington before his leadership experience at the Jewish Community Center Association in New York where he helped community centers around the country bring best practices into action. Arnie and his wife, Jo, are eager to become a part of our Rochester community. I know Arnie will be glad to meet each of you-so reach out and introduce yourself to him. Jo will be joining Arnie in December as she finishes up her commitment at the Kaplan JCC on the Palisades as the early childhood director. Their son, Rich, lives in New York and is a senior account executive for Brand|Connections. Their other son and daughter-in-law, Lewis and Laura, live in Pittsburgh, where Lewis is the director of the day camp and year-round program for the JCC of Greater Pittsburgh. They are the parents to Arnie and Jo’s first grandchild, Charlie, who is 8 months old. Welcome, Arnie and Jo Sohinki. We are very happy that you have chosen to build a life here in our community and we look forward to your involvement. Thank you, Leslie for all you have done for the JCC and the Rochester Jewish community. Your legacy will live on with the numerous staff and volunteers who call you their mentor. Sincerely,

Matt Ryen, President, JCC Board of Directors Greetings to All, I am honored to be named the executive director for the JCC of Greater Rochester. In the midst of significant changes, this is an exciting time for the JCC! The current services and programs offered here rival those found at other JCCs throughout North America. My goal is to build on these successes and continue to identify new and innovative programs that meet the needs of our members and the Rochester Jewish and larger community. My other immediate goals are to continue the momentum in moving the JCC forward with renovations and fundraising, while maximizing programs and services for our members and the community. There are challenges ahead but our opportunities are limitless. I look forward to getting to know each of you and I value hearing your thoughts, ideas, and suggestions. I feel lucky to have joined a fantastic team of lay leaders and professional staff within an inspiring and vibrant community. Together, we will make a difference. I share with you a quote from an outstanding individual: “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller. B’shalom,

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Arnie Sohinki, JCC Executive Director 4




CELEBRATE THE HONOREES WILLIAM AND MILDRED LEVINE FOUNDATION TIKKUN OLAM (REPAIRING THE WORLD) AWARD Recognizes local individuals, families and foundations who are committed to strengthening the Jewish community and making a difference in the world.

JUSTIN GOLDMAN YOUNG LEADERSHIP AWARD This award honors an individual who exhibits personal commitment, strong leadership qualities, and dedicated involvement in the Jewish Community Center and its programs.

Tickets are on sale now. Visit, call 461-2000 or stop by the Main Desk. For more information, contact Sarah Goldstein Post at ext. 210 or


JUNIOR GALA! SUNDAY, JANUARY 10 1:30-3:30pm Ages 4-11

“Fiercely funny, honest and moving.” – New York Times

“Riotously funny and ultimately quite moving.” – Hollywood Reporter

“A genuine mitzvah.” – Time Out New York

Under 6 must be accompanied by adult.

Enjoy the fun of the JCC’s Annual Gala kid-style! Children will enjoy an ice cream bar, photo booth, crafts, music, and dancing! For more information, contact Lauren McKenna at ext. 301 or $20/Child $15/Child with a non-perishable food item to donate $50 Maximum/Family

by Kate Moira Ryan and Judy Gold

ReseRved seating $45 Adults $40 JCC Members & Subscribers $25 Students ReseRved viP seating w/Meet & Greet (2 pm Only)

$75 Adults $70 JCC Members & Subscribers

Community Partner

Sunday, January 10 at 2 pm & 6:30 pm Emmy-winning actress/comedienne Judy Gold‘s heartfelt and hilarious play is her personal journey about becoming a parent while learning to be a daughter to a nagging Jewish mother of her own. Gold seamlessly weaves anecdotes from her own life with snippets from interviews conducted with 50 Jewish mothers across the United States.

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In Zone

Hours of Operation Sunday: 9am-4pm Monday-Thursday: 3-8pm Friday: 3-5:30pm Saturday: 8am-4pm For In Zone holiday hours, please visit


Youth Fitness Winter Schedule


Register your child for one session per class. Registration opens Sunday, December 13! Session 1 starts week of Jan 4 Session 2 starts week of Feb 22 If you have a Family Membership, check out some of the FREE Youth Fitness classes that are included in your membership! Space is limited, so register early! Monday 4:30-5:30pm: Youth Karate 4:30-5:15pm: TRX® for Tweens Tuesday 2-2:30pm: Pre-K/K Gym Class 4:30-5:20pm: Table Tennis 4:30-5:20pm: Core Conditioning Wednesday 4:30-5:20pm: Sport Court Fun (3-6) Thursday 10-10:30am: Pre-K/K Gym Class 2-2:30pm: Pre-K/K Gym Class 4:30-5:20pm: F.I.T. Females 4:30-5:20pm: Krav Maga Friday 4:30-5:20pm: Moves & Grooves

Pre-K and Kindergarten Physical Activity Classes

Tuesdays, 2-2:30pm Session 1: Jan 5-Feb 9 Session 2: Feb 23-Mar 22 Thursdays, 10-10:30am & 2-2:30pm Session 1: Jan 7-Feb 11 Session 2: Feb 25-Mar 24 (No class Mar 3) Ages 5-6 Encourage healthy habits and a positive attitude through fun and play. Activities are designed for children to become engaged in noncompetitive interactive games and sports which emphasize flexibility, confidence, and emotional wellbeing to build stronger minds and bodies. Instructor: Carolyn Whitbeck $70/session Member: Free

Table Tennis

Tuesdays, 4:30-5:20pm Session 1: Jan 5-Feb 9 Session 2: Feb 23-Mar 22 Ages 6-11/Gymnasium Learn the rules and strategies behind this fast-paced game. Develop serve, backhand, forehand, and volley techniques. Instructor: Iosif Moscovici $70/session Member: Free

Sport Court Fun

Wednesdays, 4:30-5:20pm Session 1: Jan 6-Feb 10 Session 2: Feb 24-Mar 23 (No class Mar 2) Grades 3-6/Gymnasium Whether it's soccer, kickball, hockey, or something else, the instructor and kids will come up with something fun! $70/session Member: Free

Youth Fitness Specialty Classes TRX ®for Tweens

Mondays, 4:30-5:15pm Session 1: Jan 4-Feb 8 Session 2: Feb 22-Mar 21 Ages 10-11/TRX Room TRX Suspension Training® is the ultimate bodyweight exercise tool and it's now geared toward tweens! Instructor: Carolyn Whitbeck $70/session Member: $35/session

F.I.T. Females

Thursdays, 4:30-5:20pm Session 1: Jan 7-Feb 11 Session 2: Feb 25-Mar 24 (No class Mar 3) Ages 8-11/TRX Room Explore a variety of exercises (running, strength training, yoga, TRX) and receive encouragement to find and follow individual paths for health and fitness. Instructor: Carolyn Whitbeck $70/session Member: $35/session

Youth Karate

Moves & Grooves

Fridays, 4:30-5:20pm Session 1: Jan 6-Feb 10 Session 2: Feb 24-Mar 23 Ages 5-11/Dance Studio Get ready for a high-energy fitness party packed with specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines and all the music kids love! Instructor: Jen Grow $70/session Member: Free

Krav Maga

Thursdays, 4:30-5:20pm Session 1: Jan 7-Feb 11 Session 2: Feb 25-Mar 24 Ages 8-11 Youth Krav Maga (Israeli SelfDefense) offers self-defense, basic Hebrew, fitness, and life skills through improving aerobic endurance, strength, agility, and coordination. Instructor: Ron Finstuen $70/session Member: $35

Mondays, 4:30-5:30pm Session 1: Jan 4-Feb 8 (No class Jan 18) Session 2: Feb 22-Mar 21 Ages 6-11 Learn intelligent training techniques emphasizing self-defense, fitness, self-control, and development of character. Instructor: Martial Arts America $70/session Member: $35/session

Core Conditioning

Tuesdays, 4:30-5:20pm Session 1: Jan 5-Feb 9 Session 2: Feb 23-Mar 22 (No class Mar 3) Ages 8-11/TRX Room Walk taller, run faster, feel stronger– it all starts with your core! Build core muscle groups while improving posture through a variety of exercises to strengthen the abdomen and back muscles and increase flexibility. Instructor: Carolyn Whitbeck $70/session Member: $35/session For more information about FREE Youth Fitness classes or Youth Fitness Specialty Classes, contact Carolyn Whitbeck at ext. 290 or

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Basketball Clinic

Sundays, Dec 6-Feb 7, 1:30-2:15pm (No class Dec 27 or Jan 17) Grades K-2/Gymnasium Bring your child in to learn the basic skills of the great game of basketball. They will learn the fundamentals of the game, build positive character, and have a ton of fun! Instructor: Isiah Ewing (Former Razorshark Player) $80 Member: $50

Teen Basketball League

Sundays, Dec 6-Feb 7, 2:45-4:45pm (No class Dec 27 or Jan 17) Ages 11-16/Gymnasium Join our organized Sunday Basketball League combining 30 minutes of skills and strategy development with a fun and competitive 8-week tournament. Awards will be given to the Most Improved Player, the Offensive, and Defensive League Players. Instructor: Isiah Ewing (Former Razorshark Player) $70 Member: $40


Thursdays, Dec 3-Feb 11, 4-5:30pm (No class Dec 24 or 31) Ages 11-16/Gymnasium Show off your arm while you demonstrate your ability to duck, dive, dip, and dodge! You will always have new teammates, we will chart your success, and awards will be given at the end of the class. Instructor: Anthony Fazzary $70 Member: $40

Floor Hockey

Sundays, Dec 6-Feb 7 (No class Dec 27 or Jan 17) Grades 7-9: 1:30-3pm Grades 3-6: 3:15-5:45pm Gymnasium League is suitable for boys and girls of all skill levels. Passing, shooting, defense, and fun will be emphasized. Includes playoffs and awards. Participants must have their own lensed eye guards. Sticks are provided. Instructor: Anthony Fazzary $70 Member: $40

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. Instructor: Anthony Fazzary 1-hour session $30/individual $20/group of 2+

The PiT

An afterschool destination exclusively for teens to socialize, have fun, and refuel. Hours of Operation Sunday: 12-4pm Monday-Thursday: 3-8pm Friday: 3-5:30pm Saturday: 12-4pm For The PiT holiday hours, please visit For more information or to register for Youth/Teen Sports Leagues or Classes, contact Anthony Fazzary at ext. 291 or or visit

Youth Tennis Development Ages 4-8 Tuesdays, Jan 5-Feb 9, 4:30-5:15pm Ages 9-12 Fridays, Jan 8-Feb 12, 4:15-5:15pm Gymnasium/Tennis Courts This instructional program teaches beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels how to swing with proper technique. Each week, learn the basic strokes: forehand, backhand, volleys, overheads, serves. Progress into games with scorekeeping. Tennis racquets in all sizes, and balls provided. Instructor: Professional Tennis Instructors (Colombo’s High Performance Tennis Academy) $60 Member: $30


Sports Leagues & Classes for Youth & Teens

HOMESCHOOL AT THE JCC! Children ages 5-15, enjoy the JCC in addition to your homeschool education!

Activity days are a great way to supplement your child’s homeschool education with academic activities, fitness, arts, and more. Informal education opportunities focus on accessibility for all learning styles and abilities. Be a part of our warm, friendly community! Members can also enjoy Sitter Service, PlayGym, In Zone, the fitness center, and café! $10/day Member: $5/day For more information, contact Lori Ball at 461-2000, ext. 397 or


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Thanksgiving Food Raiser & Group Fitness Class Schedule

Bring a non-perishable food donation to class for our Thanksgiving Food Raiser. All donations go to Brighton Food Cupboard. Guests are welcome! 9am Zumba® with Mandi Power Yoga with Jen G 10:15am BodyPump™ with Marcy Group Cycling with Ursula 11am Silver&Fit® with Andrea

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 Force. Come 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

Men’s 30+ Wednesday Night Basketball League


League begins Dec 2 7-9:30pm; Gymnasium Teams will be created by those registered by Nov 27. Game shirts and refs provided, with awards banquet at end of season. Save $25 by registering by Nov 25. For more information, contact Brian Dengler at ext. 248 or $200 Member: $125


Pickleball Clinic

Tuesdays, 10:30-11:30am Session A: Dec 8 & 15 Session B: Jan 12 & 19 Session C: Jan 26 & Feb 2 Session D: Feb 9 & 16 Session E: Feb 23 & Mar 1 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

December 25 Group Fitness Class Schedule 9am Zumba® with Steve C. Group Cycling with Kim 10:15am Mixed Levels Yoga with Wendy BodyPump™ with Rhonda 11am Silver&Fit® with Andrea

Pilates Reformers and Chairs

8-week small group classes begin week of Jan 3 Private and semi-private session packages available. Get more details at For more information, contact Val Redmond at ext. 271 or

12 Weeks to Tri: Triathlon Training Class

Pickleball Leagues

Beginner-Intermediate Mondays, Jan 11-Mar 14, 7-9:30pm Advanced Thursdays, Jan 14-Mar 17, 7-9:30pm Member registration opens Dec 21 Non Member registration: Dec 28 Sign up early for a fun adult league. All skill levels welcome. Have fun and improve your game. League format and schedule varies. For more information, contact Brian Dengler at ext. 248 or $40 Member: $30

January 1 Group Fitness Class Schedule 9am BodyAttack™ with Shara Group Cycling with Ursula 10:15am Mixed Levels Yoga with Dylan BodyStep™ with Suzy 11am Silver&Fit® with Andrea

Wednesdays, Jan 6-Mar 30, 6pm Orientation & Registration MeetingTRX® Training Wednesday, Dec 30, 6:30pm Classes begin Wednesday, Jan 6, 9am This class will focus on all aspects and Thursday, Jan 7, 6:30pm of triathlon training: swimming, Complete a 6-week intro session cycling, and running. Stamina and skill and get a TRX® class pass for life! building as well as strength training Choose from two class options. Get will be covered. Participants will be A L Lthe class schedule for pass holders at guided through a personalized in 2012! training plan based on their For more information, contact experience and fitness level. This Val Redmond at ext. 271 or is a great class for beginners and experienced triathletes alike. Member: $60 Price includes 12 training sessions and registration JCC fee for the Ultimate Indoor Triathlon on Sunday, Apr 3! For more information, Wednesday, February 10 contact Val Redmond at ext. 271 or vredmond@jccrochester. Celebrating American Heart Month org. Exercise your heart by using your $225 Member: $150 soles to move at the JCC!

Heart & Sole

Save the Date! JCC Ultimate Indoor Triathlon Sunday, April 3

See the New Fitness Mural in the Gym! Thank you to Michael Bobry, whose generous support made this beautiful mural possible.

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Spirituality in Motion

Mindful Meditation Wednesdays, Dec 9-Jan 13 11:30am-12:30pm People who meditate tend to be calmer, happier, friendlier, and more resourceful. Meditation can be very easy when you know how to do it properly. Bring a blanket or yoga mat. Class is limited to 15 participants. For more information, contact Carrie Dengler at ext. 214 or Instructor: Gary Updyke, M.A. $60 Member: $50 Restorative Yoga Monday, Jan 11, 7:30-9pm Yoga Studio Realign your body and soul as we welcome the new lunar/Jewish month of Shevat. Instructor: Liza Savage-Katz Member: Free Chair Massage with Cherie Tuesday, Feb 9, 12-1:30pm & 5-7pm Fitness Hallway by the Main Desk Start the lunar/Jewish month of Adar with a relaxing, complimentary massage. First come, first served! 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 Shabbat Yoga Fridays, 11:15am-1pm Yoga Studio Bring together Jewish spirituality with the practice of yoga. Suitable for all levels. Instructor: Wendy Beller-Madway Member: Free For more information about Spirituality in Motion programs, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or


Stretching the Limits Parkinson’s Class

Intermediate Mondays & Wednesdays Nov 16-Jan 6, 3-4pm Tuesdays & Thursdays Nov 17-Jan 19, 3-4pm (No class Dec 24 or 31) Advanced Sessions begin in Nov Mondays & Wednesdays 11:50am-12:50pm An 8-week group exercise class for individuals with varying stages of Parkinson’s disease. Improve flexibility, posture, and balance; increase body awareness, strength training, and the ability to get up from a chair or the floor. An evaluation must be completed prior to class. For more information, contact Val Redmond at ext. 271 or Member/Non Member: $100

Music, Mindfulness, and Motion

Tuesdays & Thursdays Jan 5-Feb11, 1-2pm Mar 1-Apr 7, 1-2pm Provides people with early- to midstage dementia and their caregivers an opportunity to exercise in a safe and nurturing environment. Instructors: Carm Heidt and Kathy Mulvehill, Certified Personal Trainers To register, call Carm at ext. 817 or Kathy at ext. 831. Free Underwriten by the Konar Family Foundation and co-sponsored by the Alzheimer's Association.

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 Member: $180/year


provides eligible members with no-cost or low-cost fitness memberships and older adultoriented group exercise classes through arrangements with certain health plans. Silver&Fit® is provided by American Specialty Health Fitness, Inc., a subsidiary of American Specialty Health Incorporated. To join the JCC, bring your health insurance card to the JCC Main Desk and complete a membership application. You can pay the $25 annual member fee for 2016 by calling American Specialty Health Fitness at 1-877-4274788 or online at Silver&Fit® members must scan their key tag card each time they visit the JCC. Your JCC membership includes participation in any of our group fitness classes, which are free with membership. Zumba® Gold Wednesdays, 11-11:45am Silver&Fit® II: Experience Sundays, 11-11:45am


This series combines our commitments to health, wellness, Jewish culture, and Jewish traditions through programs designed to rejuvenate our minds, bodies, and souls. These programs are made possible through the generosity of the Harry and Regina Cornell Fund.

Wellness Programs


The JCC is a fitness provider for the Healthways SilverSneakers® Fitness Program. To receive your free JCC membership, present your Healthways SilverSneakers® card and your health insurance card at the time of joining. SilverSneakers® members must scan their key tag card each time they visit the JCC. Your JCC membership includes participation in any of our group fitness classes, which 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, 1pm & Saturdays, 11am

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I own ELEVEN fanny packs. (And he wears them...)

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I design and color shoes as a hobby and detest all things mayonnaise.

be an opera singer and can say all 50 states alphabetically in one breath.


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I can balance a chair on my nose. (We say, prove it...)

Lori Harter


Ralph Meranto


I used to watch The Flying Nun and wanted to be one, until my mother said, "You can't fly and no way are you going to be a nun!"

I have seen Nine Inch Nails in concert 42 times and am a wooden roller coaster fanatic.

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My PEZ collection has its own room in my house.

I grew up in a small rural town where my graduating class was only 77 people.


TYKEs Theatre

Ivy & Bean the Musical Saturday, Jan 16 & 23 11am & 2pm Sunday, Jan 17 & 24 2pm Ages 4+/Hart Theater The mischievous heroines of Annie Barrows’ New York Times bestselling stories will be plotting their exploits, concocting magical spells, and (practically) breaking world records onstage in this hilarious and lively TYKEs musical! For tickets, visit or the Main Desk. For more information, contact Freyda Schneider at ext. 269 or $16 Member: $15


TYKEs Vacation Camps


Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, Jan 18, 8:30am-5:30pm Optional before camp care from 7-8:30am available at no additional cost. Ages 8+/Hart Theater Embracing MLK’s message, kids will create a giant theater backdrop representing their dreams for our community, the world, and themselves. Keeping with that theme, we’ll read the script and listen to the soundtrack from the musical Free to Be You and Me and perform the title song on stage – in front of our backdrop! – for family and friends at 5:30pm. That’s not all…we’ll proudly display the backdrop at the JCC upon conclusion of the program! For more information, contact Freyda Schneider at ext. 269 or $70 Member: $60 TYKEs School Break Camp Feb 15-19, 8:30am-5:30pm Optional before camp care from 7-8:30am available at no additional cost. Ages 8+/Hart Theater Come enjoy a very unique and exciting theater program where kids will create their own “fractured fairy tale.” Participants will select an existing, well-known fairy tale or

children’s story and wildly recreate it – while retaining the essence of the original story. Think Aladdin landing on Mars in his magically carpeted futuristic spaceship or Jack growing an organic beanstalk, so he can be a contestant on a cooking competition television show. The sky’s the limit as kids use their powerful imaginations to come up with clever, creative plot twists and compelling characters. We’ll perform our show at 4pm on Friday, Feb 19 for family and friends. For more information, contact Freyda Schneider at ext. 269 or $350/week Member: $300/week

Gesher Before and After School Care

Gesher bridgesGhome ESHER and school life for children in grades K-6. Our programs include: Before School Care ­Start the day in a calm, enriching environment before riding the bus to school (Brighton or RushHenrietta). After School Care - Choose from activities like performing arts, cooking, gardening, athletics, homework help, and more! Options rotate every 10 weeks. Kids may also sign up for Youth Fitness classes (if registered at least 3 days/week) at no additional cost. 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, participating in entertaining and stimulating activities during time off from school. NEW THIS YEAR! Gesher participants receive 1 free vacation camp day for every two months of Gesher registration (subject to availability). Registration for the 2015-16 school year is ongoing. For more information, contact Olivia Frost at ext. 262 or

JCC Vacation Camps

December Vacation Camp Dec 23, 28, 29, 30, 31, 7am-6pm Grades K-6 Winter Hobbies: choose among sports, arts and crafts, drama, and so much more! For more information, contact Olivia Frost at ext. 262 or Pre-registration is required! $70/day Member: $60/day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, Jan 18, 7am-6pm Grades K-6 Field Trip to Camp Sisol to sled, sing camp songs, drink hot cocoa around a fire, and go on nature hikes. For more information, contact Olivia Frost at ext. 262 or Pre-registration is required! $70/day Member: $60/day February Break Feb 15-19, 7am-6pm Grades K-6 Field Trips to Rochester Museum & Science Center and Adventure Landing, as well as exploring all the JCC has to offer! For more information, contact Olivia Frost at ext. 262 or Pre-registration is required! $70/day Member: $60/day


Ages 2-10 Free to JCC Family Members! Children under the age of four must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or sibling in the seventh 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

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FREE to JCC Family Members 6 weeks to 4 years of age. 2-hour time limit and ratios observed. Hours of Operation Sunday: 8am-4pm Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-8pm Friday: 8:30am-5pm Saturday: 8am-4pm For Sitter Service holiday hours, visit

Story Time with Mike

Tuesdays, Dec 8, Jan 12 & Feb 9, 11:15-11:45am; JCC Coffee Shop Mike Miller has been telling stories as a teacher, camp counselor, and professional storyteller for over 30 years to parents, grandparents, and children of all ages. Join us for this monthly event. Free

Birthday Parties

Early Bird Winter Registration & Reunion


Bar and Bat Mitzvahs


Plan your child’s next birthday party at the JCC! Let our staff entertain your kids and run the party for you. Many packages to choose from, including PlayGym, In Zone, bounce house, reptiles, disco roller skating, ponies, mini ark, magician, and a 70’ obstacle course bounce house! To reserve your date today, contact Amy Exton at ext. 268 or

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Diaper Drive for ROC City Bottoms

(good deed)

What if you couldn't afford diapers for your baby? The JCC is pleased to partner with ROC City Bottoms Diaper Bank, a small nonprofit striving to eliminate diaper need in the Greater Rochester area. Unopened packages, partially used packages, and single (clean) diapers accepted. Drop-off bin located in the Wolk Children's Center reception area. Let's work together to ensure "No Bottom Left Behind." For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or



In addition to children's birthday parties, the JCC is a great place to host your child's Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration. We will work with you to create a unique event that your family will remember forever! Activities may include disco skating, sport games, DJ, dancing, and much more. To reserve your date today, contact Amy Exton at ext. 268 or aexton@

Eye Glasses Drive

Give someone the gift of sight. Donate your used eyewear prescription and non) to individuals in need here in Rochester and throughout the world. Collection bin located near the Main Desk during the month of December. For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or In partnership with Richard Levy at Eye Openers Optical Fashions.

These programs are made possible through the generosity of the Harry and Regina Cornell Fund.

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• Tuesday, January 19, 2016 - 9:00am For parents of Grades K-8

• Wednesday, February 24, 2016 - 9:00am For parents of prospective Kindergartners

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• Tuesday, March 22, 2016 - 9:00am Visit Kindergarten Day for Preschoolers

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ComiNg SooN:

WoRld pREMiERE MuSiCAl! December 5–20 East Coast PrEmiErE When a young Jewish girl is cast to play the role of Jesus in the school Christmas pageant, her immigrant parents struggle to balance their holiday traditions with their new role as Americans. This new play weaves together nostalgia, music and multi-holiday pageants into a delightful holiday show for people of all ages and all faiths.

Brill and Beyond

February 6–21 The team that brought you last year’s sensation The Hit Factory is back with an allnew tribute to American popular music.

NeW Year’S eveNtS:


featuring Mrs. Kasha Davis and Aggy Dune


One of this area’s most versatile performers, Janine Mercandetti, presents an evening of songs—from classics to contemporary and Broadway. Unwind with this charming and captivating reflection on life’s quick changes and wardrobe malfunctions. With Special Guest: Mrs. Kasha Davis

Wed. Dec 30 at 7 PM Cheese and Wine Reception

New Year’s eve at 7 PM

$26 Adults $24 JCC Members $20 Students

Concessions Available

BAcK By PoPulAr DeMAnD!

MiChAEl duBoiS’ SoLo CirCUS

with The Incredible ViKtoRia GRiMMy


Rochester’s favorite drag duo are back by popular demand to ring in the new year with dead-on impersonations of your favorite musical divas. This all-new show features favorites like Barbra, Liza, Judy, Tina, Cher, Celine, and some new surprises. Mrs. Kasha Davis has been touring the world since appearing on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7, but will be back in Rochester for this annual JCC tradition. Big Wigs sells out, so book your tickets early.

Sun. Dec 27 at 2 PM New Year’s eve at 9 PM


Rochester-area native Michael DuBois and aerialist Viktoria Grimmy are back for another weekend of amazing magic, juggling and circus/sideshow stunts. Expect new tricks and routines in this fast-paced show for all ages (although you could find a little more adult banter at the Saturday night show).


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$16 Adults $15 JCC Members


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$29 Adults $27 JCC Members $20 Students


Faith, Identity and Leadership Wednesday, Dec 16, 8:15pm; Hart Theater Gregory, former NBC newsman and host of Meet the Press, has a new book, How’s Your Faith? Brown, a religious scholar, is the author of Take Your Soul to Work. Come hear them discuss issues of faith, identity and leadership in one’s personal and professional life. $9 Member: $7 Underwritten by Pinnacle Investments, LLC

Joachim Prinz: I Shall Not Be Silent

A Special MLK Jr. Day Film Screening Sunday, Jan 17, 5pm; Hart Theater I Shall Not Be Silent celebrates Joachim Prinz’s undying commitment to Jewish values in practice and the partnership between Jewish equality and justice. (Film run time 50 min.) Free

Underwritten by Freedman/Freedman-Weiss family in loving memory of our father, Leonard S. Freedman, former Executive Director of the JCC of Greater Rochester

Ron Lieber

Advanced Style

Monday, Feb 8, 2pm; St. John’s Brickstone, 1325 Elmwood Avenue Based on Ari Seth Cohen’s famed blog, Advanced Style paints intimate, colorful portraits of independent, stylish women aged 62 to 95 who are challenging conventional ideas about beauty, spirit and aging. (Film run time 72 min.)


David Gregory & Erica Brown with Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein

consultant Monica Flaum. $11 Member: $8 Underwritten by St. John’s

Judith Viorst

The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money Sunday, Mar 6, 7pm; Hart Theater New York Times columnist and best-selling author Lieber provides a practical guidebook for parents wanting to use conversations about money to imprint good values. Through his compelling presentation, he delivers practical tips for turning discussions about money into lessons about living. $11 Member: $8

Wait For Me: And Other Poems About the Irritations and Consolations of a Long Marriage Sunday, Mar 20, 2pm; Atkin Center of the Jewish Home, 2021 S. Winton Road Award-winning author and newspaper journalist Viorst writes for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and has been a contributing editor to Redbook magazine. Her latest book, Wait For Me, casts a rueful eye on the amusing annoyances, deep satisfaction, and pleasures and peeves of long-term marriage. $11 Member: $8

Underwritten by Alesco Advisors

Underwritten by Jewish Senior Life Foundation

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The following programs are presented by The Resource Place at the JCC 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 or Carrie Dengler at ext. 214 or If minimum registration is not met, classes may be cancelled. Please call 461-2000 for more information.

Parenting College Planning Seminar Wednesday, Dec 2, 7pm College Assistance Plus (CAPlus) is a college consulting firm that offers invaluable services to families. This seminar is geared toward parents of high school-aged students; students welcome as well. Free


StressLess Parenting Tuesday, Feb 2, 7pm 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. Facilitator: Emily Krohn, LCSW-R and Dr. Zendi Moldenhauer, Ph.D., NPP/ PNP, RN $25 Member: $18


ALL-NEW TIMES! Drop-In Parenting Discussion Group Wednesday, Jan 13, 8-8:45am & Tuesday, Feb 9, 5:15-6pm Join other parents to discuss setting limits, meal time issues, bedtime routines, and anything else you have on your mind! Facilitator: Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW Free *Parenting programs are for parents with children of all ages. To reserve your spot in a program contact Michele Ruda Leve.

Nutrition and Wellness Footloose and Fall Free Wednesday, Dec 2, 9:30am As we age it’s important to maintain confidence in our ability to move and find ways to decrease our risk of falling. This presentation will give an overview of falling risks and prevention tips. Presenter: Dylan Mariah, RN $18 Member: $15

Maintain, Not Gain: How to Eat Healthy During the Holiday Season Thursday, Dec 10, 1pm Enjoy the holiday season! Learn strategies that will enable you to participate in festive celebrations without gaining extra weight. Take home great tips and new recipes! Facilitator: Adrienne Markus, Certified Health Coach and Nutrition Consultant $20 Member: $16 Sounds for Life: When a Hearing Aid Isn't Enough Wednesday, Dec 16, 2pm Get information about devices designed to help people with hearing loss function optimally in a variety of settings. Assistive Listening Devices (including amplified phones, TV listeners, alerting devices, etc.), CaptionCall phones, and other devices will be discussed. Presenter: Ramona Stein, Ph.D., CCC-A $20 Member: $15 Super Noggin Why Should I Exercise My Brain? Tuesday, Feb 2, 2pm Join us for an introduction to Super Noggin and brain fitness. We will discuss brain fitness and lifestyle choices to stay mentally sharp with age. Facilitator: Emily Krohn, LCSW-R, CDP, Owner, Connection Compass, Certified Super Noggin Instructor Free Laughter and the Mind-Body Connection Tuesday, Feb 9, 2pm Conference Room Learn the physical and emotional health benefits of humor and laughter. Facilitator: Emily Krohn, LCSW-R, CDP, Owner, Connection Compass, Certified Super Noggin Instructor $25 Member: $20

Eating for Your Heart Wednesday, Feb 10, 1pm Your heart works hard to keep you alive! Treat it well and it will keep ticking for a long time. Learn what foods are most heart-healthy and how to avoid foods that can cause harm. Take home new recipes and effective strategies for everyday life. Facilitator: Adrienne Markus, Certified Health Coach and Nutrition Consultant $20 Member: $16

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! Jewish Family Service of Rochester First & third Friday of each month 9-11am; Main Lobby A Geriatric Care Manager will be available to answer your questions related to older adults living in Monroe County. For more information, call Kate O’Brien, B.S.W., M.S., M.H.S.A., Supervisor of Community Case Management, at 461-0110, ext. 123. 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

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Caring for a Parent/Loved One Support Group Mondays, Dec 21, Jan 18 & Feb 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: Kate O’Brien, B.S.W., M.S., M.H.S.A., Supervisor of Community Case Management, 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. WXXI Reachout Radio This audio information service provides convenient access to printed material for people who can no longer read standard print. Free

The Mothers Circle For women in interfaith relationships who want to learn about Jewish rituals, ethics, and creating 585-461-6339 a Jewish home for cell: 585-729-1312 their children. The Mothers Circle is a program of the REALTOR® Jewish Outreach Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker Institute. Free Sitter Service is available. Facilitator: Michele Art and Music Ruda Leve, LMSW The Art of Painting For more information, visit Mondays, 10am; Art Studio or contact Want to paint and be inspired by Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW. others? Work in the medium of your Free choice and enjoy demonstrations The Grandparents Circle from guest artists. All ages and For Jewish grandparents whose abilities are welcome. Painting children are intermarried. Share your coupon booklets must be purchased Jewish heritage and nurture your at the Main Desk to enter the class. grandchildren’s Jewish identities. The Instructor: Allison Roberts Grandparents Circle is a program of $88 Member: $55 the Jewish Outreach Institute. Facilitator: Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW Marquetry Wednesdays, 9am; Art Studio For more information, visit or Marquetry is art made from thin contact Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW. pieces of wood veneer glued Free together to form a picture or pattern. Jewish Life programs, Interfaith Drop in to learn this craft and work Connection, Interfaith Relationship on a project. A list of materials will Counseling, The Mothers Circle, and be provided. The Grandparents Circle are made Facilitator: Nadia Sanow possible through the generosity of $20 Member: Free the Harry and Regina Cornell Fund.




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 on the first and third Friday of each month. For an appointment, call 613-7662. Free

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.


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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 Show Tune Showcase Tuesdays, Dec 8, Jan 12 & Feb 9 10-10:30am Join us to sing popular show tunes, facilitated and accompanied by Michael Miller. Free

Clubs and Connections


Coffee, Coloring & Conversation Thursdays, Dec 3, Jan 7 & Feb 4 10-10:45am; Yiddish Culture Center Relax and unwind with Jewishthemed coloring sheets, coffee, and conversation with new friends. For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or jgetnick@ Free


Men in Transition Tuesdays, 8:30-10am The Resource Place An association of retired men ages 60+. Enjoy bagels, coffee, and discussion. Special speakers are regularly scheduled. Free Current Events Wednesdays, 11am-1pm; Room 1 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 The Resource Place 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. Free

J C C L A N E D W O R K I N Book Club JEWISHBOOKFESTIVAL Room 2 Calling all book lovers! In 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 All New! Why Buy When You Can DIY? Wednesdays, Dec 2 & Jan 13 10-11:30am Thursday, Feb 11, 7-8:30pm Gesher Room 12 Do you see things on Pinterest or in a store or sale and think, “I can make that myself”? Well, now you can. Join us for these workshops to make easy, beautiful projects and keepsakes. Each class offers three different projects to take home. All materials are provided. Instructor: Ashley Lofthouse Dec 2: The Gifts of Giving- Make things to keep or give as gifts: Necklace, Photo frame, Truffles in a box. Jan 13: A Little Somethin’ for Everyone- frame, pendant, kid’s magnetic playboard Feb 11: This is How YOU Do Itplaque, cupcake bouquet, vintage transfer $30/class Member: $25/class Save on all three classes: $85 Member: $70 AARP Driver Safety Course Mondays & Wednesdays, Dec 7 & 9 Jan 11 & 13, Feb 8 & 10; 9am-12pm 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 Great Decisions: A Jewish Perspective Thursdays, Jan 14, 28 & Feb 11, 25 10-11:30am Yiddish Culture Center A unique version of the Foreign Policy Association’s Great Decisions program. Course materials are

designed to engage students in critical debate regarding contemporary foreign policy challenges, with an emphasis on Jewish values and ethics in practice. Reading prior to each class is required. Price includes course textbook. For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or $46 Member: $35 A partner program with Rochester Kollel at Temple B’rith Kodesh. The Joy and Oy of Yiddish: Language, Literature, and Culture Yiddish Culture Center Come explore the humor and beauty of this quintessential Jewish language. Instructor: Deborah Rothman Beginner Please contact Joy Getnick if interested in joining a beginner class. Date and time TBD based on participant availability. Intermediate and Advanced Tuesdays, Jan 26-Mar 22 10:30am-12:30pm For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239 or $120 Member: $90

TechAge Adult Computer Learning Center

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

Schmoozing and Socializing Happy Hour with Live Music Thursday, Jan 7, 5-6pm JCC Coffee Shop Come and have a complimentary glass of wine and some fun with musical guest Pianist Ken Colombo. Free

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Always having fun at the JCC! Here's what's happened this fall!

Our Vision, Our Future JCC Capital Campaign & Building Project

The Excitement is Building...

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Todah Rabah (Thank You) A special thank you to our donors for contributions received July 7-October 6, 2015. 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


Veenakumari and Rajkumar Aggarwal Lisa Altman Jacqueline and Anthony Andolina Robert Angst Joyce Ashman Thelma Jo and Marshall Atwell Deborah and Kevin Baldwin John H. Barnes Virginia and Ainsworth Bennett Carol and John Bennett in honor of Ethan Ryen’s Bar Mitzvah Anne Berger Audrey Biernbaum Marcia and Eric Birken Florence and James Braker Kathleen and Carl Brennessel Linda Brooks Juliana and Richard Buck Margaret Buckel Jennifer Burdett Vincent Butler Jr. Geraldine Calder Carolyn and Sollie Calderon John Callaghan Mary and Paul Callaway Kathleen Carroll and Margaret Keller Ali Citron Valerie and Philip Ciufo Barry Clements Esten Coan Mary and James Coffey Sharon and Sydney Cohen Charlotte and Nelson Cohen Janet Collamer and James Baker Patricia Corcoran Anne and Arnold Cordts Kay Cotton Marcia Cupery Diane and Leon De Roos Sue and Joseph R. DeGeorge Barbara and Maurice DeMay Anne and Hyman DeMayo Sharon and Melvyn Diamond Louise Dolliver Pat and Bill Dykstra Brian Edelbach Louise and Richard Eggleston Marcia and Richard Eisenberg Lisa and Joel Elliot Mary Alice Rudolph and Ralph Ellis Robert Ellson Faith Ertischek Susan and Raymond Feasey Jacob Finkelstein Dolly and Harold Fishman

Eileen and Marvin Fishman Judith and Kevin Fleissig Agnes Foley Suressa and Richard Forbes Carol Foxenburgh Eugene Fram Dorothy Fredenburg Irene Freedman in memory of Libby Edelson Dawn and Hugh Fuller Sharon A. Garelick Dana Gent in memory of Evelyn Gold David Every Alice and Joseph Gold Robin Goldberg Morton Goldberg Betty Goldstein and Myrtle Goldstein Inge and Lawrence Goldstein Sandra Gonyo Mary Lou Greibus Andrew Grossman Marsha Grossman Rachelle Gruber Mary Ann Guarre Suzanne Hallowell Sylvia and David Harrison Mary A. Hartshorn Harriet Heller and David Larson Fran and Arnold Henry Harry Hoffman Dot and Ron Horning Nobuko and Frank Ichishita Barbara and Edward Ingerick Irene Johnston Charles Julien Naomi and Jerrold Kalnitz Roberta and Frederick Kalsbeek Chi and Kyung Kim Roberta Kinel Regina Kiperman-Kiselgof Patricia Klees Karen and Gerald Kral Hy Kreitzman Isadora and Stephen Kunitz Deborah Larrabee Donna and Martin Lawrence Brent and Carly Layton Henrietta and Maurice Levine Sandra and Meyer Levy Hela Lipitz Linda Lowenstein Susan and Norman Lurie Svetlana Gerner Jane and Jerry Margolis Rose and Wayne Martin Retha L. McCollough Anna and John McLaughlin

Rosa and Hans Menco Ruth Messinger Jonathan Miller Fritz Minges Sofiya Moldavskaya and Zakhar Shvartsman Sylvia Moukous Linda and Joseph Mulcahy Mahendra and Jyoti Nanavati Jack Nau Beth VanFossen and Lewis Neisner Estelle and Ed O’Connell Thomas O’Neill Lawrence Ota Glenn Palmer Christine Perry Marilyn Petz Barbara Phillips Merle and Nick Pieramico Carole and Joseph Plate Carol and Yonathan Preiss Lucy and Roman Press Beverly Proper Bella Shteyn and Sam Rabinovich Linda and Milt Rapkin Golda Rayburn Anne and Stanley Refermat Luke Render Lynn and Jack Rogan Ruth Roncinske Hannah and Arnold Rosenblatt Marcia and Harry Rosenfeld Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Rourke Roslyn and Bruce Rubin Michael Rumizen Lyudmila and Marat Rutman Margie Sabath Marilyn and Robert Sanow Florence B. Sarachan Mary Jane and John Schmitt Fran and Bob Schoenfeld Bernese Schranck John Schwartz Terry K. Schwartz and Richard Mader Edward Schwarz Lore and Hans Schwarz Tracy Seligman Pearl Shaff Bernice and Alan Shank Anne and Jerard Shuman Bernice and Willard Sklar Esther Smalline Susan and David Spector Patricia and Clinton Stone Jacqueline Stricker Tamara Strubel Elaine P. Tecler

Markus Society gifts received July 7-October 6, 2015 Eke and Claudette Aiono Carol and John Bennett Amanda and Aaron Cantor* Carl Lasky & Lottie Weinrib Lasky Charitable Fund Gloria and Pincus Cohen Tamara Cohen and Barry Silverstein Davenport-Hatch Foundation, Inc. Jacqueline Davis and Jack Glickman* Eric Dreyfuss Frederick Dushay Perry Eck Rachel Farkas and Jacob Moalem* Lisa and Robert Fogel Esther C. Germanow Donald Gold Sol Goldstein Patti and Robert Gordon Miriam and David Gray Sherrie and Martin Handelman Joyce and Warren Heilbronner Linda and Bruce Hellman Staci Henning Susan and Howard Itkin Timothy Keef Harriet and Jack Kurz Dawn and Jacques z’l Lipson Lynda and Edward Miller* Patrice and Jeffrey Pierce Bertram Rapowitz Jodi Groden Roberson and Jonathan Roberson Richard and Sandy Rosenbloom* Drs. Michelle Shayne and Edward Sassaman Bunny and Morton Skirboll Nancy and Edward Smith *We welcome new Markus Society Members

Camp Seneca Lake

The Cohens of Rochester, for the Sailboat Fund in honor of Bob Marcus’ 50th birthday

Esther C. Germanow in memory of Sheldon Sachs Staci Henning Lenore and Marshall Lesser in honor of Ethan Ryen’s Bar Mitzvah Dan McComb Nancy and Neil Rapp in memory of Larry and Jane Glazer Noreen Salerno in memory of William Konar Marcia Silber in honor of Sy Zivan’s special birthday The Stein Family Kate Tompkins Chris Tzetzo

Campership Fund

Elaine and Leonard Gold in honor of Sandy Gaffe’s retirement

Campership Fund for Camp Seneca Lake

Valerie and Philip Ciufo in honor of Ethan Ryen’s Bar Mitzvah Gail Goodman Barbara and Marvin Gray in memory of Evelyn Gold Ellie Holtzman in memory of Evelyn Gold The Menachof Family in honor of Ethan Ryen’s Bar Mitzvah and Karlie Ruda’s Bat Mitzvah Jodi Groden Roberson and Jonathan Roberson Jane Snyder Linda and Sherwin Weinstein in honor of Ethan Ryen’s and Finley Weinstein’s Bar Mitzvah and in memory of Gloria Jacobs


Patricia Chadwick Nelson and Charlotte Cohen Charlotte and Stuart Nelson Cohen Patricia and James Cronmiller in memory of Frumel Ureles Lauren Frank and Annette Miller Claudia and John Giffen Barbara and Marvin Gray Dr. Joel and Marilyn Greenberg Rhonda and Earl Gurell Sara and Peter Hartman Dr. Art Hengerer Jennifer Kling Norma and Loren Kroll in memory of Frumel Ureles Dawn and Jacques z’l Lipson Dr. Steven and Pam Marsocci Masiello Retirement Solutions Julie Petit Marcia and Harry Rosenfeld Paul and Robin Rudy Judy and Harold Samloff in memory of Frumel Ureles Bernese Schranck Joanne Selvaggio Trillium Health Judy and Alan Wertheimer Diane Zielinski

City Kids to Sisol

Josh, Lauren, Rachel, and Jacob Kolko in honor of Ann and Art Kolko

Cultural Arts Programs

Sybil and Arnold Bernhard in memory of Mel Gumbiner Joyce and Edward Burg in memory of Evelyn Gold Johanna Eason in memory of Evelyn Gold Esther C. Germanow in memory of Irving Fierman and Mickey Michaels

Fitness, Wellness, and Recreation

Michael Bobry Paul Eissenstat in memory of William Masucci Knights of Pythias Jay Lodge #639 in memory of Evelyn Gold Elaine and Ivan Sanzel in memory of Evelyn Gold Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.

Holocaust Survivors’ Memorial Project

Linda and John Greve Shari and Alan Kinel Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation Joseph Nardone


Carl O. Thomas Virginia and Edward Thorp Patricia Tobin Sharon and Jeffrey Trest Dolores Trotta Sheryl Silberman and Eliezer Tuber Carolyn Vacanti Paul Vail Ellen and Werner Wandersleben Lois T. Whitcomb Judith and David White Angela and Sidney Wilkin Betty Wilson Craig Wittlin Rachelle Yablin Isa and Ying Yee Netta and Thomas Zahavi Paula and Robert Zeman Sarisa and Leon Zoghlin

JCC Lane Dworkin Jewish Book Festival Maureen Dell in memory of Elizabeth Norman Richard Horwitz

The Jewish Community Center

In Memory of Evelyn Gold Leslie Berkowitz Anna May and David Eisenberg Virginia and Irving Gordon Adell and Al Ornstein Phillis Oliver Dr. and Mrs. Norman Pollock Alice Zoth, Tobi, and Bobby Rozen Dolores Schwartz Ellen Altman in memory of Sarah Perlman Ruth Baker in honor of Betsy and Stuart Bobry’s great-grandchild and their lovely family Leslie Berkowitz in memory of Bill Konar and Carm Heidt’s mother Thomas Fink in memory of B.J. Yudelson Alice and Joseph Gold in honor of Brandy Gold and Michael Snyder’s anniversary and new home Lynda Newman in honor of Bob Sagan’s retirement from the Rochester Broadway Theater League

JCC Ames Amzalak Rochester International Jewish Film Festival

Center for Holocaust Awareness Freedman/Freedman-Weiss family in loving memory of our father, Leonard S. Freedman, former Executive Director of the JCC of Greater Rochester



Richard Horwitz David Mann Jewelers

Jewish Life Programs

Lloyd E. Klos Historical Fund of the Rochester Area Community Foundation Maxine Newman in memory of Willard Sklar

Thank you for supporting the 2015 JCC Lane Dworkin Jewish Book Festival

Kesher at Gesher

B. Thomas Golisano Foundation

Larry and Jane Glazer Memorial Campership Fund for Camp Seneca Lake Shirley Mink in memory of Merv Mink Jack Rogan in memory of Larry and Jane Glazer

Men's Health Spa

James Sloan in memory of Steve Connelly

Miriam Lipman Katz Fund Stan Katz

Ory Pranger Group Discussion Fund

Rose Levin in memory of Beth Bruner

Sandra Dreyfuss Membership Scholarship Fund Anonymous

Senior Adult Programs


Eileen and James Anderson in memory of Evelyn Gold Joyce Burg in memory of Willard Sklar Sharon Johnson in memory of Evelyn Gold Knights of Pythias Jay Lodge #639 in memory of Seymour Spector Pauline and Leonard Ofsowitz in memory of Evelyn Gold


Susie Goldstein Sands Fund for Camp Seneca Lake

Inge and Larry Goldstein in honor of David Bunis’ special birthday Elizabeth Steinberg in memory of Susie Goldstein Sands

TechAge Learning Center Jean Shafer

JCC TYKEs Children's Theatre Program Laura Michaels

Winkler-Lococo Campership Fund Sue and Michael Lococo in memory of Larry Feist and in honor of Edie Silver receiving the 2015 New York Excellence in Summer School Learning Award; Justin Goldman receiving the JCC’s “Young Leadership Award”; and Bob Sagan’s retirement as Education Director at Rochester Broadway Theater League Sue, Megan, and Michael Lococo in memory of Donald Hiller on his birthday, Ginger Lerner’s beloved mother Eleanor, and our beloved Lab Joyce and Bob Sagan in honor of Michael Lococo’s special birthday Jane Snyder in honor of Etta Zweihorn’s first day of school

AUTHOR $5,000+

Alesco Advisors LLC Jewish Senior Life Foundation The Lane Dworkin Family


Ames Amzalak Memorial Trust The Kovalsky Families M & T Bank

NOVELIST $1,250+

Sharon Brodsky Futerman Supporting Foundation Genesee Valley Trust Deborah G. Goldman Mona and Mark Kolko Dawn and Jacques z'l Lipson Drs. Saul Moress and Max Presberg Service Fund Oppenheimer Rochester Municipal Bond Funds Pinnacle Investments LLC St. John's Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP

EDITOR $500+

Judy and Norm Blaustein Center for Holocaust Awareness and Information of the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester Class Action LLC / Marc Frankel - Constable Ellen and David Comisar Dr. Eric M. Dreyfuss David and Roberta Feldman Mike and Heidi Fishman Carol N. and Michael G. Hirsh, MD Sharon Kovalsky Hy Kreitzman Sarah F. Liebschutz Charlie and Joyce Schachter Drs. Robin and Michael Weintraub Melanie and Jeremy Wolk

READER $300-$499

Betsy and Stuart Bobry Roberta and Seth Borg Simon and Josephine Braitman Family Supporting Foundation Robert Kravetz, Brighton Securities Ronny and Alan Frishman Essie Germanow Lenore and Michael Lesser Dr. Gerald and Maxine Rosen Rachel Rosen and Ron Wexler Rita Rudnick Dr. Joseph and Elise Wojciechowski


Chabad Lubavitch of Rochester, Drs. Saul Moress and Max Presberg Service Fund on behalf of Jane Schuster, Harold and Terri Bobry, Ron and Marilyn Furman, Dennis Kessler and Andrea Miller, Paulina and Larry Kovalsky, Dr. Ed Sassaman, and Dr. Michelle Shayne


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Wealth Management Since 1969 Brighton Securities is a member of FINRA & SIPC

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Our Vision, Our Future 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 commitments between April 9, 2015 and October 10, 2015. VISIONARY ($1,000,000$1,999,999)

Harold and Joan Feinbloom Family Foundation

FOUNDER ($250,000-$499,999) Dawn and Jacquesz”l Lipson

CHAMPION ($100,000-$249,999) Saul and Susan Marsh and Family

PILLAR ($25,000-$49,999)

Marilyn and Howard Berman Dr. Michael G. and Carol N. Hirsh Eva Pressman and Seth Zeidman in memory of Alina Pressman Lee Rosenthal

SUSTAINER ($18,000-$24,999) Howard and Daphne Cohen Sherry and Richard Goldstein Robert and Michelle Marcus

PATRON ($10,000-$17,999)

Blanche and Ed Fenster Arthur and Susan Kaufman Karen and Howard Kessler Paul Klingenstein Family Foundation LeCesse Construction Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Rosenfeld Schupan and Sons, Inc.

ADVOCATE ($5,000-$9,999)

Donna and Marty Adwin Henra Briskin in memory of Richard Briskin Eby and Laurie Friedman and Family

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

Anonymous (1) Mary Allison Callaway and Paul R. Callaway Rachel and David Clar Lynette Dolby and Sandra McDonald Dr. Paul Fine Stanley Friedman Jonathan and Kate Goldstein Julian and Lillian Gordon Dr. Jocelyn M. Hicks-Brody Allan and Sharon Kaplan Susan Sagan Levitan and Michael, Zach and Max Levitan Dr. and Mrs. Edward Messing Shirley Mink in memory of Merv Mink Gabriella Nozik Barbara Orenstein and James Present Payment Processing Consultants, Inc. Rachel Rosen and Ron Wexler in honor of Leslie Berkowitz Arnie and Hannah Rosenblatt Richard and Sandy Rosenbloom in honor of the dedicated staff at the JCC Joyce and Bob Sagan Ivan and Elaine Sanzel


Letty Gail and Robert Schacht Sharon and Paul Underberg Judy and Alan Wertheimer

SUPPORTER ($1,000-$2,499)

Anonymous (2) Anonymous in honor of Leslie Berkowitz Barbara and Marvin Becker Cheryl and John Bero Holli and James Budd Nancy and Peter Castro Charlotte and Nelson Cohen Jack and Loralyn Crozier Joel and Dottie Elias Phil Eissenstat and children, Jeff and Gail, in memory of Jacqueline Eissenstat and Florence Helis Evelynz”l and Donald Gold Inge and Lawrence Goldstein Jane Gordon and Miles Zatkowsky in honor of Burt Gordon Alan Gruber Al and Shari Kinel The Kravetz Family: Michael, Suellen, Deborah, and Howard Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Krieger Susan and Franklin LaRosa Karen and Ron Newman Molly and Bernard Panner Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation Dave Rogachefsky Henry and Rochelle Richter Maxine and Jerry Rosen Robert and Reeca Rothbaum in memory of our grandparents Claire B. Rubin Bob and Terry Schwartz Terry Schwartz and Richard Mader Joan Shulman Marc and Deb Solomon Lou and Gene Spiro Marcia and Gary Stern


Anonymous (15) Veenakumari and Rajukmar Aggarwal Emmanuel and Charity Akowuah Kathleen Anetrini-Falzone Jennifer Ascher Noyema and Zigmund Averbakh Ray and Charmaine Babineau Allison Baird Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker Ruth Baker Deborah and Kevin Baldwin Seymour Baskin Scott Bauman in memory of David P. Bauman Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Beal David Beck Robert Begg and Nancy Laemlein Susie Berzansky Bensoussan

Harold Berger Raimonda Bernacki Sybil and Arnie Bernhard Paul Bernstein and Tamara Dinolfo Harvey and Linda Berson Deborah Biedenkopf Audrey Biernbaum Allen and Linda Blair William Blake Lila Bluestone Melanie Bobry and Daniel Polant Lynette and Robert Bolger James Braker Louise Braun Mary Jo Brennan Debi and Ralph Brenner Esther Brill and R. J. Ruble Leni and Harvey Bronstein in memory of Lea Tebor Jeffrey and McKenna Brown Sharon and George Brunner Elizabeth and John Bunce Geraldine Calder Charlene and Stanley Caplan Charles and Nancy Carson Kimberly Cashin and James Miller Felicia and Jeffrey Cerini Mitchell Chait Ellie Cherin Mary Ann Chiella Darryl Cigelnik Philip and Valerie Price Ciufo Joan and Robert Clar Beryl and Bill Clymer Mary and James Coffey Gloria and Pincus Cohen Norinne Cole Brenda R. Comisar Ellen and David Comisar in honor of our parents Kristina and Steve Conklin Joyce Conner Amy and Daniel Considine Dr. Robert and Lori Conway Soralee Cook Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper Deborah DeCaire and Otto Muller-Girard, Jr. Anne and Hyman DeMayo Sharon Dickman and Michael Wentzel Marie D’Lima Beverlee Dorren and Gary Gottfried Karen Drysdale Brian Edelbach Marcia L. Elwitt Linda Epstein Louise Epstein Julia B. Everitt Phil and Loretta Fedele Dr. and Mrs. Scott Fine Mark and Cindy Finestone

Minnie Finestone Sheila and Dan Fleysher Gloria Forgione Lauren Frank and Annette Miller Joan and Fred Franke Eunice and Burton Freedman Barbara and Charles Freeman Nadine and Steve Friedlander Friend in Fairport Alan and Ronny Frishman Sarah and Michael Gannon Sharon Garelick Joan Gerber Jodi and John Giancursio Beth Goldenberg Florence Goldstein Howard and Esther Golove Steven and Susan Goss Marlene and John Green Joel and Marilyn Greenberg Marc and Beth Greenstein Rachelle Gruber Cindy Gurell David and Kathy Haight Barbara and Randy Hamilton Lori Harter John and Deborah Harvey Kevin Heilbronner and Erin Brauer Paul and Laurie Heise Bev Hillabrandt The Hirschberg Family Barbara Hollander Ellie Holtzman Nancy Horn Ron and Dot Horning Richard Horwitz Daniel and Julia Irving and Family Dr. Bernard Isaacson and Madlyn McKay Ellen Pfeiffer and David Johnson Jerome and Rosalind Joseph Jackie Kaufman Carol Kellogg and Donald Stedman Aaron and Kim Kelstone Dolores Kennard Yosef and Suzie Kilimnick Dolores L. Kleinberg Dvorah and Mikez�l Kolko Anne Korenstein Dr. Martin and Phyllis Korn The Kotz Family Carol and Eugene Kramer Ruth Kramer and Peter Kristal Jack and Harriet Kurz Howard and Nancy LeVant John and Janet Leverson Arlean B. Levinson in memory of Lea Tebor Sandra and Meyer Levy Lois London Linda Lowenstein Camilla Maas Laura and Bruce Maas William and Patra Maher Mounir and Camelia Marzouk David W. Mason

Maureen and John May Retha L. McCollough Joan McCormack Marie and Neil McCoy Therese and Robert McCrone Lauren McKenna in memory of Carl Link and Henoch Szajnberg Anna and John McLaughlin Glenn Mehalek and Joni Steinman Ralph Meranto Esther Miller Christine Miller Raquel and Abraham Monk Laurie Morphet Craig Morrell and Michelle Cicilline Estelle and Herbert Morris Jaymie Morton Phyllis Mutz Lewis Neisner Drs. Sarah Nemetz and Michel Berg Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Newman Art and Diana Nielsen Debra Ogie Pamela Oleary Richard D. Olsan Alice Palokoff Alice Perlmutter-Cohen and Barry Cohen Marilyn Petz Dorene and Melvin Pizer Michael E., Mary Lou and Emma Pollock in memory of all fallen soldiers and first responders Helen and Saul Presberg Howard and Dorothy Proskin The Proukou Family Irina Rapaport Matan Rapoport Norm and Judie Reich Richard and Nancy Reitkopp Rene Reixach Margaret and Robert Reynolds Thomas Rheinstein Esta Richter Sylvia Rose and Paul Rosenfeld in honor of Deborah Rothman Ellen Rosen and Charles Konar Nancy Rosenberg Marcia and Harry Rosenfeld Ken and Debby Rosenfeld Pauline and David Rutberg Margie G. Sabath Robert and Dorothy Sadick Judith Salzman Tom and Mari Saytes Betsy Schaffer in honor of Bev, my trainer, and all of the wonderful staff at the JCC Rebecca Schmidt The Schneider Family Frances and Bob Schoenfeld Cathie Schoenfelder Eve Scofield Mr. and Mrs. Gerald and Susanne Segelman Gnaneswara and Ranjini Selvanayagam

Michael Shacket Patrick Shaw Family in memory of Mrs. Lea Tebor Phil Silver Ellen and Irwin Solomon Marie and Jim Sorrentino John and Adele Squires Linda Stolt Wendy Strauss Richard and Lori Stromberg Barry Swan Mary Tachco Sandy and Bob Temkin Karin Topfer Ken and Mollie Traub Mark and Lois Utell Lisa Vangellow and Neal Morchower Molly Viener Mandi, Paul, and Brayden Warner David and Theresa Weagley Ron and Joan Weetman Eric and Margot Weinberg Bev and Morrie Weinstein Philip Weisberg Oren and Michal Weiss Mrs. Caryl Weiss and Mr. Richard Horwitz in honor of the 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Marty Becker Frank and Wendy West Carolyn Whitbeck David and Judy White Dawn Williams-Fuller and Hugh Fuller Samera Wilson Bruce A. Winship Marjorie and Gary Wiseman Bobby and Jerry Zakalik in honor of Scott, Sarah, Michael, Adam, Noah, and Benjamin Barb and Dave Zimmer Dr. Leon and Sarisa Zoghlin


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