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In Support of Our Community

The JCC continues to stand with our community, which is comprised of many races, religions, colors and orientations. The JCC has always and will continue to, have no tolerance for racism or any form of hate.  Core to our values as an organization and to the Jewish people is the idea of accepting and valuing … Read More

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We’re Back

Dear JCC Member, We hope this finds you and your family well. We have some very exciting news to share!  The JCC will begin offering Outdoor Group Fitness Classes (23 person limit), Outdoor Fitground (4 person limit), Outdoor Personal Training and our Outdoor Tennis Courts (8am – 5pm) on Thursday, May 28.  We are able … Read More

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Working From Home Diaries: Becky Metzger

Becky Metzger may be a new face at the JCC, but she is no stranger to camp life. Becky has spent 28 summers across three different camps as a camper, counselor, camper recruiter, assistant program director and assistant director. Camp is in her blood! Some may say, it prepared her for her hectic life in quarantine … Read More

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The Light from the Yellow Star Workshop Art Exhibition

The Light from the Yellow Star Workshop Art Exhibition Dedicated to Margit Feldman, a Survivor of the Holocaust. Part of the outreach program of the Holocaust Memorial and Education Center at the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center of Bridgewater, NJ Middle School and High School students created artwork for this exhibit after reading, … Read More

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Working From Home Diaries: Jamie Fawcett

We are living in a time where all of our social interactions have moved to a virtual space.  While we are adjusting and trying to make our days feel normal, one thing at the JCC has stayed constant — Miss Jamie is everywhere! If you don’t know her by name, you certainly know her by … Read More

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Staying Connected in These Times Apart

“This JCC is all about community.  We are a social service agency, whose mission is to serve our members and the community-at-large.   The government mandate to close our doors is not preventing us from continuing to serve the community.  Within one day’s time, our staff created an extensive lineup of virtual programs and resources to … Read More

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COVID-19 FAQs

Dear JCC Families and Program Participants, We are writing to let you know that we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the JCC.  In consultation with the Health Department and medical experts, and based on our close monitoring of the COVID-19 pandemic and our goal of helping to “flatten the curve”, we are … Read More

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What makes you feel good about the JCC?: Crystal Quigley

Brandon Quigley’s mother, Crystal, reflects on her son Brandon’s experiences with the JCC’s programs for kids with special needs. “Last Fall 2019, Brandon, my 9-year-old son joined in the fun at the JZone Respite Program on Sundays.  I can attest that he enjoyed the program very much.  He always came out of the session happy … Read More

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