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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.
William Shakespeare’s famous tragedy, Hamlet, has been on Artistic Director Ken Frazier’s bucket list for a number of years. But it can be a beast of a show to direct, and he wanted to make sure he had not only the right cast and team, but also the right vision.
Welcome 2018! It’s hard to believe that it’s nearly 20 years since the JCC relocated to our current home here at the Campus back in 1999. So much has happened over that time. From the tragedy of 9-11 in 2001, to surviving a catastrophic hail storm in 2016, which threatened to shut down our building, we have sustained.
Jeremy joined the JCC in July 2016, after moving to San Antonio to take a job at the Audie Murphy VA Hospital as an RN. Originally from the Washington, DC area, Jeremy was very involved in the Jewish community and Jewish Federation of Greater Washington.
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An Act of God, written by 13-time Emmy-winning writer David Javerbaum, opened at The Vex in October, with the Almighty speaking through actor John Stillwaggon.
Although Ed technically joined the JCC in 2005, he started his J journey back in 1976 with his sisters and mother. Ed jokes about how his mom enrolled him and his siblings on the JCC Swim team so they would be too tired to get into trouble.
Dylan Ashworth and Rachel Rustin will take on new roles in the Youth & Camping department beginning this fall.