- May 12, 2014 - TARRYTOWN, N.Y. --
The JCC on the Hudson in Tarrytown has added extra punch to their annual Community Celebration on Monday, June 2nd. New to the day will be a mah jongg luncheon, a sports memorabilia auction, and other surprises. Golf and tennis options, cocktails and dinner festivities will continue to be centerpieces of the event, which will take place at the Elmwood Country Club, 850 Dobbs Ferry Road in White Plains.
This year’s dinner theme, “Generation to Generation,”
represents the strength of the partnership created by the Rivertowns Jewish Consortium, and recognizes that the JCC’s past, current and future success rests in the wisdom and devotion of generations of volunteers committed to building community. Being honored are Jodi Shapiro and Meyer Grodestsky of the JCC on the Hudson; Ita Giventer and Shmuel Winograd of Rosh Pinah Chavurah; Ariel and Mark Polisar of Temple Beth Abraham; Maya and Dale Glasser of The Woodlands Community Temple; and Stephanie Luftig and Stan Stone of the Greenburgh Hebrew Center.
“I’m working on this Community Celebration because we’re supporting the fantastic programs at the J,” says event committee chair Joyce Maron, of Dobbs Ferry. The committee also includes Wendy Bruchner, Lisa Cohen, Allen Halpern, Nancy Lonky and Shari Wels of Irvington; Ellen Fader, Esther Mildner, and Hallie Wachen of Ardsley; Lois Green of Hartsdale and Beth Geiger of Tarrytown.
The JCC on the Hudson has been part of the community for 85 years, and is as relevant today as it was when it opened its doors in 1929. Last year, the JCC provided nearly 400 hours of counseling, educational workshops, and referral services; day camp programming for 350 children; social and recreational programming for more than 500 adults and seniors, and programming for more than 150 family members with developmental disabilities.
For more information, please visit http://www.JCContheHudson.org
or call (914) 366-7898, ext. 104.