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On Saturday, November 18 at 7pm. the JCC will host its annual fall fundraiser, The Main Event. Each year the Main Event has three primary goals. First, to bring our Community together for an evening filled with great food, fun, and entertainment.
The Steinmetz family first started participating in JCC programs two years ago, shortly after moving to San Antonio from Kansas City.
Cell phones, computers, and other hi-tech inventions have helped us connect with each other more easily, often making our lives easier.
The Barshop JCC recently took 17 athletes to compete in this year’s JCC Maccabi Games® in Miami. Over the span of 6 days, from August 6-11, the athletes competed in a variety of different sports against teams from throughout the US, as well as a number of countries from around the world.
An Answer to the Health Care Crisis Your body makes its own medicine. When you eat a whole-food, plant-based diet and exercise regularly, you are creating an environment that allows your endothelium to maintain and repair your body naturally.
Lisa Vest Guerrero has officially begun in her new role as Director of the JCC’s Block & Dreeben School for Young Children early childhood education program, effective Sept. 1.
After looking for a fitness center to become more active, Terri & Charlie were referred to join the JCC by close friends who were already members. Nine months later, they have begun to see results, while improving their health.
A number of years ago we made a conscious effort to put a spotlight on the community aspect of the Jewish Community Center, and we intentionally tagged “Community is our middle name” in a series of marketing efforts.
The Sheldon Vexler Theatre is thrilled to kick off their 19th season with Marc Camoletti’s bedroom farce Don’t Dress for Dinner, on stage August 17 through September 10. The show is a sequel of sorts to Boeing-Boeing, which was previously produced here in 2015.