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Meghann and her husband Alex have been members of the J since 2014. They took a little break from their fitness routine to welcome their first child, Thane (3 years), followed last year by twins, Rowan and Clark.
It’s hard for me to fathom that I have now called San Antonio home longer than any other place in my life. In fact, later this year the JCC will begin to celebrate its 20th year here at the Campus.
Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death in men and women? The good news is, with the right tools, however, heart disease can be prevented. Here are eight steps to help you prevent heart disease and take control of your life.
The highly anticipated steampunk adaptation of William Shakespeare’s tragedy, Hamlet, opens at the Sheldon Vexler Theatre this Saturday, Feb. 10.
February has arrived and I am already looking forward to warm weather and all the great activities that take place at the JCC in the coming spring and summer months.
Cathy “Cat” and Carl Peck joined the JCC in 2005, having just returned to San Antonio following Carl’s retirement from GUND, a toy company. They found their way to the JCC after a strong recommendation from Dr. Mel Baden, himself a former member AND the person from whom the Pecks purchased their home.
A meeting will be held for prospective families who want to learn about the Block and Dreeben School for Young Children Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 7pm. The program's philosophy and curriculum will be highlighted and a tour of the classrooms will be given.
Tai Chi may be hundreds of years old, but it is the current low-impact exercise that is so frequently recommended for its benefits to many fitness levels and age groups.
Latkes, brisket, and Shabbat candles brought dozens of Jewish teens from San Antonio’s BBYO chapters together December 8 for a mega-event, combining Chanukah, Shabbat, and a gift exchange.