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Page 9-THE NEWS-March, 1987
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Senior Health Clinics Being Held
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harlotte’s only full-time profes-
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refine their skills.
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ing ’87 JCC catalogue.
water exercises specifically
designed for Seniors, has been
rescheduled for Wednesdays
from 9:30 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
There is no charge for this
class. Come join Diane
Burkhalter in the water — you
won’t even get your hair wet!
Transportation available if
needed. Please callJane Abel,
366-5007, to register.
Community Health Services
held its first Senior Health
Clinic at the JCC for persons
over 55 on Jan. 19. Blood
pressure and pulse were check
ed and a urinalysis was given.
The next clinic will be held on
Wed., April 29 from 10 a.m.-
noon. On this date, a glaucoma
test will be administered as
well as a blood pressure and
pulse check. In July,
hemoglobin and blood sugar
will be tested followed by flu
vaccines in October. There is
a $5 annual fee for the four
clinics. Please call Jane Abel,
366-5007, if you have any
questions or concerns.
Adult Studies Institute
Session III of the Joint Adult Institute, cosponsored by Tem
ple Beth El V’Shalom, Temple Israel, Federation, Hebrew
Academy, Lubavitch of NC and the JCC, meets every Thurs
day evening at 7 p.m. at Shalom Park. It’s not too late to join
any of the following classes:
Life Study—Intensive Journal Method Pesach Preparations
Speak English, but Think Jewish Passover Cooking
Mae Goldman (R) having her blood pressure checked.
The Jewish Life Cycle
Call Jackie Fishman at the
JCC for registration informa
Tuesday Night at the Movies
Here’s a deal! For as little as $6, you get three movies, free
popcorn (courtesy of the Queen Park Theatre), soda and con
genial company. The Gorelick Hall Theatre at Shalom Park is
the place. Movie dates and times are:
Tuesday, March 24, 7:45 p.m.
“The Frisco Kid” (1979). The story of what happens when
the Old West meets the Old World. Gene Wilder stars as a
Polish rabbi on his way to a congregation in San Francisco. In
Tax Preparation his travels, he clashes with different American customs and
cultures, emerging from each a little taller.
ng is tlie Newest Craze
Normally, mud slinging is
something people would like to
avoid, but in Ceramics Class at
the JCC, they just can’t stay
away! Besides “throwing” on
the potter’s wheel, students
are learning handbuilding,
sculpture and glazing. A grow
ing core of students is
discovering that ceramics is
both stimulating and relaxing,
not to mention the satisfaction
that comes from seeing one’s
creative energy captured per
manently in clay, the oldest
and most enduring form of art.
Students range in experience
from beginners to accomplish
ed artists with several years’
experience. Call the JCC,
366-5007 for class information.
The A ARP is sponsoring a
free tax counseling clinic at
the “J” in the Chai lounge
every Wednesday from 2-7
p.m. through April 15.
Volunteers treiined by the IRS
and AARP will assist in
dividuals of all ages in prepar
ing their tax returns. There is
no charge for this service. Last
year this clinic was held at
fourteen sites in Mecklenburg
County. Call 366-5007 to
schedule an appointment.
Tuesday, April 28, 7:45 p.m.
“Lies My Father Told Me” (1975). A warm colorful story
about the loving relationship between a 6-year-old boy and his
grandfather in the Jewish ghetto of Montreal in the 1920s. Sen
sitive direction by J an Kada and appealing performances by
the entire cast. Nominated for Academy Award as Best Original
Tuesday, May 19, 7:45 p.m.
“The mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob” (1974). A clever, mad
cap French comedy.
Tickets available at the JCC desk.
$6 M / $8 NM for the series — $3 M / $4 NM per movie.
structon Janet Jaffa, Wendy Kaplan,
The Jewish Community Center gratefully acknowledges
the generous gift of a new VCR presented to the “J” by
the Charlotte Yiddish Institute. This gift will afford us
the opportunity to enhance our varied program offerings.
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