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Schools Out, Lacrosse is ON!
Ages 5-14; ALL levels (beginner thru allstar)
Spend your day off school having fun with
Turn & Burn Lacrosse. Fundamentai iacrosse
skiiis, driiis, games & fun; equipment provided.
Special Guest: Casey Cittadino!
Monday, February 18 (CMS Moiiday)
at LJCC Ostrow Family Athletic Fields
Full-day (9am-4pm) M/$55 B/$33 NM/$65
Half-day (9am-12pm) M/$40 B/$24 NM/$50
704-944-6743 • firstname.lastname@example.org
2 GREAT PROGRAMS FOR
Coordinated by Ellen Martin
“Performing Arts After High Schooi?”
Grades 9-11, & their families
Students/parents will gain insight on different
Performing Arts Career paths, varying college
programs, the difference between a BA/BFA
degree, perfecting your audition “package”
and supporting your child in his/her goals.
Learn from an instructor who’s “been there.”
Saturday, February 9 • 12-5pm
M/$40 B/$24 NM/$ 50
Perform Audition Package (20-h min. individual
coaching): M/$55 B/$33 NM/$75
704-944-6778 • email@example.com
“Coliege Admissions 101”
Grades 9-12, & their families
“De-mystify” the college admissions
process. Choose 3 seminars from a wide
selection of topics such as: an overview of
college admissions, determining college fit,
writing the college essay & financial aid.
Sunday, February 10 • 2-5pm
$140/ family (Sign-up with a friend &
receive $20 off each registration!)
704-944-6739 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Action Committee
Meeting for Adults
Join the Social Action Committee to help en
gage members in mitzvot for the community.
Sunday, February 10 • 10am
Foundation Board Room
704-944-6730 • email@example.com
Room In The Inn
Choose your way to help! Volunteer to:
Set up for guests (make beds); serve dinner;
make/bring breakfast, bag lunches, dinner; Be
a driver on Sat PM (2/16) or Sun AM (2/17).
Saturday, Feb. 16 • 7pm • Gorelick Hall
704-944-6733 • mitch.ormand@charMle^.org
Teen Programs Coordinator: Ariel Krusch
704-944-6739 • firstname.lastname@example.org
“J” Crew Thursday Nights Grades 6-8
Thursdays • 6-8pm • FREE!
Jammin’ @ the J Grades 6-8
Saturday, February 9 • 7-11pm
$15 per ticket (purchase early! no refunds)
Teen Leadership Council Grades 6-8
Looking for a great leadership opportunity? Join
the Teen Leadership Council (TLC). Become an
expert planner by helping to create/run our teen
special events, community service programs &
more. Develop friendships, fun, and experience
the events YOU want to see happen at the J!
Sunday, February 17 • 5-6pm • Free
Teen Extreme: Israeli Cooking Passport
It’s a CMS holiday, so let’s have some fun
cooking - teen style! No passport required for this
culinary journey... Join other teens for a day with
Charlotte’s Shalicha, Roni Amitai. Learn about the
exciting culture & flavors of Israel through various
recipes. Limited spaces; sign up early!
Monday, Feb. 18 (CMS Moiiday) • 9am-4pm
M/$55 B/$50 NM/$65
Middle School ARTS JAM Grades 6-8
Inviting all actors, singers, bands, dancers & poets
to share their talent and socialize with other middle
school students! Free to performers;
APPLICATION REQUIRED for each act!
Saturday, February 23 • 7-9pm
$10 Audience cover charge (includes food/drink)
704-944-6778 • email@example.com
Purim Carnival Volunteers Wanted!
Need to get some vo!unteer hours for school or
your Bar/Bat Mitzvah? Feel like helping out the
community? We want your help! 704-366-5007
Sunday, February 24 (2 Shifts)
Fine Arts Special Class:
Adults, 18-h (only 8 spots)
If you missed the first one, that’s ok! Learn basic
techniques - cutting, grinding, soldering & assembly.
Artist, Paui Fronapfei will guide you In creating a
take home, beautifully crafted piece of stained glass.
Sunday, February 10 • 11am-4pm
LJCC Ceramic Studio /
M/$110 B/$66 NM/$120
(Includes materials & light lunch)
704-944-6781 • firstname.lastname@example.org /
Adult Services Director: Jodie lagnocco
704-944-6753 • email@example.com
Healthy Living, Healthy Aging:
“Healthy at 100”
Join us for FREE monthly seminars to learn how
to fool Mother Nature and make our adult years
the healthiest and best ever! A !ight hea!thy
snack wi!! be served (or bring a dairy/veg lunch).
Tuesday, February 19 • 12-1pm • Rm A110
Jewish Holiday Cooking -
Your Culinary Connection to Israel!
Cooking for Purim - A local, hands-on, private
cooking lesson with Israeli Shlicha Roni Amitai.
We’ll swap recipes, photos, and cooking tips
with women of Madera, Israel. Then we will
enjoy eating the meal that we’ve prepared!
Wednesday, February 20 • 10:30am
To register, or inguire about being a “host
kitchen” contact Ariel Krusch 704-944-6739, or
B J.S.Y Programs for Adults 55+
Tuesdays • Feb. 5-26 (4-week session)
Mah Jongg Lessons • Tue, 10am-12pm
Learn the basics of how to play this ancient
Chinese tile game from our experienced
teacher, and you’ll be a pro in no time.
Session: M/$85 B/$51 NM/$95
Tai Chi for Beginners • Tue, 3-4pm
Introduction to the basics of Tai Chi and
Qigong at a safe, relaxed pace. These ancient
movements, can improve balance, breathing,
circulation and ease arthritis pain.
Session: Oasis/M/$40 B/$25 NM/$50
Monthly Oasis Fieldtrip: UMAR
Oasis & LJCC members only
We will participate in a special art project with
UMAR (a non-profit organization supporting
adults with intellectual & developmental
disabilities), then lunch at a local restaurant.
Wednesday, February 27
Bus departs JCC 9:30am • Bus returns 2pm
Fieldtrip cost: $5 (pay in advance; covers project)
Cost of lunch: On your own
Space is limited, and reservations are necessary.
To make reservations sign up in The Weinberg
Center or contact: liana Levin @704-944-6735
Sponsored by Stan Greenspon Charitable Foundation
like us! * facebook.com/levinejcc
* An annual administration fee of $20 per individual or $35 per family is required for non-member participation in programs and services.