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					                             Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center
                             Sanford L. Ziff Campus


                             WINTER/SPRING 2 0 1 1
                             18900 NE 25th Ave.• North Miami Beach, Florida 33180



                             Program Guide 5 7 7 1
                             w w w . m a r j c c . o r g • 3 0 5 - 9 3 2 - 4 2 0 0
    Sanford L. Ziff Campus




Winter/Spring
Enrichments
Monday, January 24-
Friday, June 3


Registration Begins:

•Founders Club:
 Monday, January 3

•All Access Members:
 Monday, January 10

•Associate Members
 & Non-Members:
 Monday, January 17

•Early Registration
 Discounts
 (for members only)
 Through Friday,
 January 21
                                                Dear Friends,

                                                The end of 2010 marked the conclusion of a very exciting year at the MAR-JCC, which was
welcome - who we are
                                                highlighted with the completion of our Social Center/Outdoor Athletic Complex - the first phase
                                                of our Capital Expansion Project. Members and guests have shared with us their overwhelming
                                                enthusiasm of having on our Sanford L. Ziff Campus, a Kosher Subway and Elsie’s Café with
                                                outdoor seating on the Waxman Family Deck; of new areas for programming and “hanging out”
                                                in the Kiblisky Lounge and the adjacent Ceci’s Baby Gym; a Feldenkreis-Hanono-Feig Athletic
                                                Field with artificial turf, being able to accommodate our vast Sports and Leagues programs; a
                                                covered Finvarb Outdoor Playground, accessed through the Solomon Gateway, as a place for
                                                young families to meet and socialize while their children are at play; a comfortable changing
                                                area with the renovation of our locker rooms and shower facilities; the use of an upgraded
                   The Michael-Ann Russell      Schmidt Aquatics Center for competitive, lap, and leisure swim and lounging; and feeling an
                   Jewish Community             enhanced sense of community that has opened new programming opportunities with the MAR-
                   Center is dedicated to       JCC and Temple Sinai becoming just a “walk away” via the George J. and Lila M. Berlin Bridge.
                   the enrichment of            Adding to this excitement is the upgrading of our Fitness Center with new fitness equipment that
                   Jewish life; fostering the   has made its way to us with the arrival of Bommarito Performance Systems to our JCC family.
                   spiritual, emotional, and
                   physical development         This remarkable growth and continued hustle and bustle of activity for all ages - from the sports
                   of its individual            field to the stage, from the art room to the dance studios, from exercise to discussion groups,
                   members through all of       from early childhood development to the kosher hot meals site…has created an enormous sense
                   life’s stages and            of excitement for our professional and lay leadership. It has served as a catalyst for us to take a
                   circumstances; and           step back for reflection as we move ahead to plan for the future. Soon, under the leadership of
                   strengthening the            Jeffrey Scheck and Ariel Bentata, we will establish long range planning committees that will be
                   connection with the          charged with laying the groundwork for what our MAR-JCC facilities and Sanford L. Ziff Campus
                   People and Culture of        will look like along with the kinds of programs and services that we will be providing…five, ten,
                   Israel, along with other     fifteen, and twenty years from now. We welcome your involvement and participation so that we
                   Jewish communities           will continue to create for you, your families, and our community a better tomorrow.
                   throughout the world.
                                                Through our committee structure and partnership with our outstanding team of professionals, we
                   The MAR-JCC                  look forward to providing you with excellence in programs, activities, services, and special
                   represents a model of        events. We welcome your input, support, and involvement so that we may truly be the Center of
                   acceptance,                  your life and seeing you and greeting you here at the MAR-JCC.
                   understanding, and
                   diversity. As such,          Happy New Year to you and your families.
                   people look at the
                   MAR-JCC as a Center of
                   excellence that              Sincerely,
                   epitomizes how shared
                   Jewish values support a
                   vibrant and evolving
                   constituency.
                                                Jeffrey Scheck                       Fanny Hanono                               Gary J. Bomzer, MSW
                   The MAR-JCC is a             President                            Chairman of the Board                      Executive Director
                   beneficiary agency of
                   the Greater Miami
                   Jewish Federation and
                   the United Way of            Board of Directors
                   Miami-Dade County,           •Jeffrey Scheck     •Fanny Hanono                 •Mike Segal                   •Terry Drucker
                   and a member of the
                   Jewish Community
                                                 President           Chairman of the Board        Co-Chairman, Development      Chairman, Advisory Board

                   Center Association of
                   North America.
                                                    Board Members                                         Advisory/Past Presidents Council
                                                     Marcos Ackerman       Dr. Rick Mars                   Sherman Canter
                                                     Helen Beda            Ely Morjain                     Barbara Feingold
                                                     Ariel Bentata         Viviana Neumark                 George Feldenkreis
                                                     Gabriela Berenstein   Ari Odzer                       Charles Ganz
                                                     Bart Birnbaum         Veronica O’Hayon                Dr. Enrique Gorin
                                                     Amy Chafetz           Nicole Papu                     Gary Holtzman
                                                     Elliot Dornbusch      Rochelle Parrino                Jose Kavana
                                                     Samy Feld             Eva Rub                         Steven Kravitz
                                                     Denise Fiske          Rachel Sapoznik                 Dr. Robert Layton
                                                     Stephen Fiske         Adrienne Scheck                 Bill Lehman, Jr.
                                                     Danny Halberstein     Elise Scheck-Bonwitt            David Parish
                                                     Mindy Hardoon         Mike Scheinblum                 Aaron Podhurst
                                                     Seth Kaplan           Sami Shiro                      Muriel Russell*
                                                     Jonathan Kingsley     Dr. Joseph Singer               Michael Scheck
                                                     Paul Kruss            Robert Singer                   Dr. Steven Silvers
                                                     Bruce Lehr            David Waxman                    Michael Turtletaub
                                                     Judge Myriam Lehr     Josh Weingard
                                                     Norman Leopold        Dr. Sanford L. Ziff             *Deceased
                                                     Jeffrey Levinson      Alex Zylberglait
                                                                                welcome
table of contents




                                                                                                                 table of contents
Important Dates                             2         Bronson Early Childhood Development Center   12/13
Staff Directory                             3         Camp Sol Taplin                              14
Membership Categories & Dues                4         Homework/Tutoring/F-CAT Prep/Robotics        15
Membership Services & Policies              5
                                                      Or Gadol – Special Needs                     16
Membership Benefits Program                 5
Membership Dues/Payment Options             5         Hebraica/Maccabi Tzair                       17
Membership Cards                            5         Hebraica/Rikudim Highlights                  18
Parking                                     5         Princeton Review's SAT and ACT Prep          18
Use of the MAR-JCC                          5         Bamachol Dance Academy                       19-20
Guest Policy                                5         Hebraica Cultural Arts                       21
Class & Program Registration                5
                                                      Israel Programs & Resource Center            22
Fee Assistance                              5
Payment-private lessons/personal training   5         Mussman Cultural Arts Department             23
Outside Professionals Use of the MAR-JCC    5         Lieberman Children’s Cultural Arts Series    23
Program Refunds                             5         Jewish Book Series                           23
Lockers                                     5         J-CAT                                        24/25
Security                                    6         Israel cultural programs                     26
Personal Belongings                         6
                                                      Kosher subway and Elsie's Cafe               27
Bullying                                    6
Cell Phones                                 6         Older Adult Services & TQOL                  28
Shabbat                                     6         Older Adult Classes & Programs               29-31
Kashrut                                     6         Seniors On The Go - Trips                    32
Caring for our JCC/Environment              6         Aventura Hospital & Medical Center           33
Smoking                                     6         Sports & Wellness Complex/Fitness Testing
Pets                                        6         Youth Fitness/Martial Arts                   34
Room & Party Rental                         6         Adult Fitness Classes                        35
Gift Certificates/Gift Cards                6
                                                      Silver Sneakers & Quality of Life            35
Website                                     6
Serving Our Community                       7         Personal Training                            36
                                                      Adult Fitness Class Descriptions             37
Financial Resource Development              8         Adult Fitness Class Schedule                 38
Membership Benefactor Program               8         Spinning                                     38
Tribute/Education/Endowment Funds           8/9       Schmidt Aquatics Department                  39/40
Advertising/Sponsorships                    9
                                                      Girls’ Field Hockey/Volleyball               41
Sponsorship Opportunities                   9
Capital Campaign Donor Recognition          9/10      Future All Stars                             41
Social Center/Naming Opportunities          10        Gymnastics                                   41
Upcoming Special Events                     11        Basketball                                   42
                                                      Flag Football                                43
                                                      Soccer                                       44
                                                      Tennis                                       45-47
                                                      Membership Application                       48
                                                      Program Registration Form                    49




                            Schedule Your Next Party at the MAR-JCC...
                            With numerous facilities and meeting space, plus food service from Kosher Subway
                            and Elsie’s Cafe’, the MAR-JCC may be your ideal place for a Birthday Celebration,
                            Brit Mila, Baby Naming, and any other simcha.
                            Call Simon, at 305-932-4200 x103, for information and assistance




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important dates   what’s happening
                  DATE                  EVENT
                  Monday, Jan 3         •Founders Registration begins for winter/spring enrichments
                  Monday, Jan 10        •All Access Member Registration begins for winter/spring enrichments
                  Thursday, Jan 13      •Opening of J-CAT’s The Boys Next Door
                  Monday, Jan 17        •Martin Luther King Day - Normal operating hours
                                        •Assoc. & Non-Member registration begins for winter/spring enrichments
                                        •No enrichments/Mini-camp available
                  Thursday, Jan 20      •Tu B’Shvat
                                        •Normal operating hours
                  Friday, Jan 21        •Last day Fall/Winter enrichment classes
                  Sunday, Jan 23        •Community Tu B’Shvat Celebration at TY Park
                  Monday, Jan 24        •Winter/Spring enrichment classes begin
                  Thursday, Feb 3       •Opening of The Black Jew Dialogues presented through J-CAT
                  Tuesday, Feb 8        •Senior Health Fair
                  Monday, Feb 21        •Presidents Day
                                        •Normal operating hours/no enrichments/Mini-camp available
                  Monday, Feb 28        •Last day for first Camp Sol Taplin early registration discount
                  Wednesday, March 2    •Opening of J-CAT’s “My Favorite Shorts”
                  Saturday, March 12    •Annual Tennis Fest Player Auction
                  Sunday, March 13      •Annual Tennis Fest Tournament
                  Monday, March 14      •Spring Vacation Mini-camp begins
                  Saturday, March 19    •Erev Purim – Time to read the Megillah
                  Sunday, March 20      •Hebraica’s annual Verbena Purim Carnival
                  Sunday, March 27      •ANSWER THE CALL - Greater Miami Jewish Federation’s Super Sunday
                  Wednesday, March 30   •Opening of J-CAT’s Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Bloom
                  Tuesday, April 5      •J-CAT Shopping Boutique
                  Monday, April 18      •Close 3 pm
                                         Erev Passover – First Seder
                                         No enrichments through April 26
                  Tuesday, April 19     •Closed – 1st day of Passover
                  Wednesday, April 20   •Closed – 2nd day of Passover
                  Sunday, April 24      •Close 6 pm – Erev 7th day of Passover
                  Monday, April 25      •Closed – 7th day of Passover
                  Tuesday, April 26     •Closed – 8th day of Passover
                  Wednesday, April 27   •Enrichment classes resume
                  Monday, May 2         •Yom Hashoa - Holocaust Remembrance Day
                                        •Normal operating hours
                  Monday, May 9         •Yom Hazikaron – Israel’s Memorial Day
                                        •Normal operating hours
                                        •Erev Yom Ha’atzma’ut
                                        •Community Israel 63 Celebration
                  Tuesday, May 10       •Happy Birthday Israel
                                        •Israel 63’s Festival Shirim
                  Wednesday, May 11     •Opening of J-CAT’s Radium Girls
                  Friday, May 13        •Alan & Diane Lieberman Children’s Cultural Arts Series presents
                                         Theatre IV’s Jungle Book
                  Thursday, May 19      •Alan & Diane Lieberman Children’s Cultural Arts Series presents
                                         Corbian Visual arts & Dance’s Darwin the Dinosaur
                  Sunday, May 22        •Lag B’Omer
                                        •Normal operating hours
                  Wednesday, May 25     •Maccabi Tzair’s End of the Year Party/School of Madrichim Graduation
                  Thursday, May 26      •Gelvan Awards
                  Friday, May 27        •Festival Yachad Visiting Dance Group Performance
                  Sunday, May 29        •Festival Yachad Gala Performance
                  Monday, May 30        •Memorial Day
                                        •Health & Wellness facilities open 8 am – 6 pm
                  Thursday, June 2      •Camp Sol Taplin Parent Orientation
                  Friday, June 3        •Last day of Winter/Spring Enrichment Classes
                  Sunday, June 5        •Festival Yachad Children’s Performance
                  Tuesday, June 7       •Erev Shavuot – Close 6 pm
                  Wednesday, June 8     •1st day of Shavuot – Closed
                  Thursday, June 9      •2nd day of Shavuot - Closed
                  Sunday, June 12       •Camp Sol Taplin – Meet the Counselor
                  Monday, June 13       •Summer Camp begins
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Department/Title
                       MAR-JCC directory    Name                  305-932-4200 - Email
J-CAT Educational Director                 Lillian Andron         ext. 130 landron@me.mac




                                                                                                         how to reach us
J-CAT Artistic Director                     Michael Andron        ext. 130 mandron@me.mac
Or Gadol Coordinator                       Yafit Avni             ext. 135 yafita@marjcc.org
Hebraica Admin Ass’t.                       Diani Azout           ext.119 diani956@aol.com
Executive Director                         Gary Bomzer            ext. 134 marjccgary@aol.com
Maintenance Supervisor                     Genna Bresler          ext. 131 genab@marjcc.org
Membership Associate                       Michele Brodsky        ext. 145 micheleb@marjcc.org
Dance Instructor                           Renatta Bucaresky      ext. 154 rbukac@gmail.com
ASP Dir. / Maccabi Tzair Coordinator       Neal Buchholz          ext. 178 nealb@marjcc.org
Director Sports & Wellness                 Nancy Carroll          ext. 166 nancyc@marjcc.org
Exec. Adminstrator/HR Coordinator          Ruthie Williams-Cass   ext. 133 ruthiew@marjcc.org
Assistant Aquatics Director                Gloria Castano         ext. 147 gloriac@marjcc.org
Finance Director                           Enid Cohn              ext. 137 enidc@marjcc.org
Membership Director                        Tanya Copernik         ext. 173 tcopernik@aol.com
Controller                                 Ike Cruz               ext. 138 ikec@marjcc.org
Fitness                                    Fitness Desk           ext. 129 N/A
Front Desk/Operator                        Front Desk             ext. 121 N/A
Admin. Ass’t., Camp/Aquatics               Elisa Duenas           ext. 147 elisad@marjcc.org
Senior Transportation Services             Drivers                ext. 179 N/A
Party Reservations                         Simon Erdfrocht        ext. 103 simon1061@aol.com
Prime Time Sports Director                 David Fried            ext. 124 Fried@primetimefootball.com
Ometz Coordinator                          Abel Garza             ext. 204 abelg@marjcc.org
Gatehouse/Security                         Front Gate             ext. 162 N/A
Shaliach/Israel Programs Director          Dror Gershoni          ext. 128 dror.gershoni@gmail.com
Financial Resource Development             Helga Gorin            ext. 163 helgag@marjcc.org
Security Director                          Shai Habosha           ext. 110 shaih@marjcc.org
Aquatics Director                          Dale Hughes            ext. 115 daleh@marjcc.org
ECD Administrative Assistant               Shirley Jacobs         ext. 151 shirleyj@marjcc.org
10 Sport Soccer                            Luis Carlos Jimenez    ext. 227 10sportjcc@gmail.com
Accounting Clerk                           Christine Kisman       ext. 203 christinek@marjcc.org
Program Administrative Ass’t.              Andee Kochavi          ext. 195 andeek@marjcc.org
Information Technology Manager             Shimon Kochavi         ext. 118 shimonk@marjcc.org
Development/Grants Administrator           Iris Kohn              ext. 141 irisk@marjcc.org
Infant Day Care Coordinator                Phyllis McGuire        ext. 112 phyllism@marjcc.org
Administrative Ass’t., Adult Services      Miriam Meislik         ext. 144 qualityoflife@marjcc.org
Children & Family Services/Hebraica Dir.   Guila Mermelszteyn     ext. 155 guila54@yahoo.com
Tennis Pro Shop Manager                    Celine Messeri         ext. 160 celineofparis@cs.com
Program Director                           Iris Mizrahi           ext. 228 irism@marjcc.org
Leagues and Recreation Director            Chris Moltmann         ext. 193 marjccsports2@aol.com
Head Tennis Pro Manager                    Bill Ogene             ext. 160 tennisman76@aol.com
Accounting/Registrar                       Flora Reich            ext. 126 florareich@marjcc.org
Hebraica’s Youth Movement Director         Marleny Rosemberg      ext. 139 marlenyr@marjcc.org
Fitness Director                           Marc Scanlan           ext. 140 marcs@marjcc.org
Social Worker                              Galit Shemesh          ext. 142 socialworker@marjcc.org
Communications Director                    Alan Silverberg        ext. 189 alans@marjcc.org
Assistant Bamachol Director                Tammy Slimak           ext. 152 tammyslimak@hotmail.com
Assistant Executive Director               David Surowitz         ext. 127 marjccdavid@aol.com
ECD Assistant Director                     Jenny Tettner-Gugig    ext. 155 jennyt@marjcc.org
Tennis Manager                             Donna Tollefsen        ext. 113 dlcerami@aol.com
Tennis Desk                                Tennis Desk            ext. 160 N/A
Membership Associate                       Edna Warren            ext. 146 ednaw@marjcc.org
Bamachol Academy Director                  Roger Weiger           ext. 152 weiger@aol.com
Master Cycling                             Dany Weil              ext. 164 jccmastercycling@gmail.com
Accounts Receivable Supervisor             Morris Wishnia          ext. 171 m.wishnia@gmail.com
Health, Sports, & Wellness Specialist      Ashley Ziff            ext. 168 ashleyz@marjcc.org

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                                                                             membership categories & dues
                                                                             Membership Services Director, Tanya Copernik, ext. 173
belonging is easy
                                                                             Membership Associates, Edna Warren • Michele Brodsky, ext. 146/145
                                                                             Co-chairs: Rochelle Parrino & Laura Waich
                       Michael-Ann Russell JCC/Sanford Zi Campus
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                       Michael-Ann Russell JCC/Sanford L. Zi Campus




                                                                             ALL ACCESS MEMBERSHIP USE OF...
                               AC
                           ALL AC C E SS
                                                         YOU!
                                                         YOU!



                                                                             • Aventura Hospital Medical Center Sports and Wellness Complex
                                                                             • Scheck Family Indoor Gymnasium with indoor running track
                                                                             • Soffer Family Tennis Center with 3 clay & 9 hard lighted courts

                    Join Us...                                               • Renovated Schmidt Aquatics Center with indoor heated and an outdoor pool
                    Make the MAR-JCC the                                     • Lighted Feldenkreis/Hanono/Feig Athletic Field & jogging/walking path
                    Center of your life and                                  • Aerobics/dance studio with suspended floor
                    become part of our family.
                    We are a community                                       • Locker rooms and showers (Lockers available for rent from the Membership Services Office)
                    organization that seeks to                               • Sauna (adults only)
                    meet the diverse needs of
                                                                             • Jordan Savage Playground with covered pavillion
                    all ages while embracing
                    our rich Jewish cultural                                 • Marlene Haime De Finvarb Playground
                    heritage.                                                • Ceci’s Baby Gym

                    Annual Dues
                                                                             • Kosher Subway

                    (based on a yearly contract                              • Newly opened Elsie’s Cafe’
                    Valid 1/1/11-6/30/11)                                    • Brand new Kiblisky Lounge

                    Paid in full                          Monthly*           • Schmidt Library
                                                                             • Outdoor basketball courts
                    Founders Club
                    $1,800                                            $153
                    Standard Family                                          FOUNDERS CLUB MEMBERSHIP - Receive the benefits of our All Access Membership, plus:
                    $855                                               $78   • Early registration for enrichment classes and for Camp Sol Taplin
                    Single Parent Family                                     • 12 Guest Passes per membership year
                    $741                                               $68   • 2 complimentary tickets to select J-CAT productions and performances
                                                                             • VIP seating at select events
                    Standard Couple
                                                                             • 15% discount on MAR-JCC facility rentals
                    $707                                               $65
                                                                             • Free daily locker upon request
                    Individual
                                                                             • Complimentary give-away at time of enrollment/renewal
                    $593                                               $55
                                                                             • Recognition on the MAR-JCC website and in the MAR-JCC Links
                    Senior Couple                                            • The satisfaction of knowing that the MAR-JCC Scholarship Fund will benefit from your generosity and those less
                    $479                                               $45      fortunate will have the opportunity to avail themselves of MAR-JCC programs and services

                    Senior Individual
                    $365                                               $35   ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP
                                                                             Benefits all Hillel students and Jacobson Sinai Academy middle school students. This membership entitles
                    Student                                                  students use of MAR-JCC facilities except the Fitness Center. A teen interested in utilizing the Fitness Center
                    $468                                               $44   must become a student All Access Member. Associate Members may enroll in enrichment classes, after-school
                                                                             and sports & leagues programs, and Hebraica’s Maccabi Tzair at Associate Member rates. This membership is
                    College Student
                                                                             valid for the school year and does not apply for Camp Sol Taplin enrollment.
                    $250 (May-Aug + holidays)
                    Snowbird Couple                                          Associate Members under 10 years of age must be enrolled in a program or accompanied by an
                                                                             adult in order to utilize the MAR-JCC campus.
                    $350
                    Snowbird Individual
                    $250
                                                                             ALL ACCESS MEMBERSHIP DESCRIPTIONS
                                                                             Family • Two adults and dependent children through age 22 (25, if student living under the same roof)
                    Friend of the Center                                     Single Parent • Unmarried parent and dependent children through age 22 (25, if student living under same roof)
                    $360 Non-usage affiliation                               Couple • A couple living at the same address with no dependent children
                    Out of Town                                              Senior Couple • As above, except one partner has attained the age of 65
                                                                             Snowbird Couple • Non-Florida residents except for five month seasonal period
                    $295 For summer camp only
                                                                             Snowbird Individual • Non-Florida resident except for five month seasonal period
                                                                             Non-local College Student • May-August and holidays
                    *Includes $3 per month
                                                                             Individual • Individual adult ages 23-64
                     processing fee
                                                                             Student • Ages 13-22 • attending school or college
                                                                             Senior Individual • Individual adult who has attained the age of 65
                                                                             Out of Town • For camp registration only (June-August)



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membership services, policies, & procedures
Membership Services Office hours are: Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 6:30 pm; Friday, 8:30 am - 5 pm. Telephone: 305-932-4200 ext. 145/146/173.

Membership Benefits Program
An added feature to your MAR-JCC membership, receive discounts on services and merchandise from area businesses when presenting your
valid MAR-JCC membership card. Go to www.marjcc.org to view participating businesses.

Membership Dues - Payment Options                                                                                                                NEW!
1. Pay in full and save 5%.
2. Automatic monthly payment system (Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover) based on a yearly contract. Automatic monthly payments are
easy and secure. Once enrolled, there is no lapse in membership UNLESS the membership office receives in writing a cancellation request at least 30 days prior
to membership renewal date. Automatic monthly payment dues plus the processing fee of $3 will be processed for your convenience. There is a $10 declined
credit card fee, and a $30 returned check fee. Membership renewal month is set from the time of enrollment and will NOT be altered unless there has
been a membership lapse of at least six months. At least one adult in household must sign the membership agreement/contract.
Membership dues are NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-TRANSFERABLE and cover a minimum one-year period. Dues cannot be pro-rated. The MAR-JCC is open
to the entire community, regardless of race, religion, or national origin.
Membership Cards
Every member 13 years and up is required to carry a photo membership card. To facilitate entrance into the MAR-JCC, please present your
membership card at the front gate and to the Front, Fitness, and Tennis desk receptionists. Though we make every effort to recognize our members,
we ask everyone to carry his/her membership card at all times. If your membership card is lost or stolen, please notify the Membership Services
Department. A $10 fee will be charged for replacement cards. Membership cards are non-transferable and can be revoked upon violation of MAR-
JCC policies.
Parking
To expedite entry to the MAR-JCC, all members should have a valid MAR-JCC parking permit in the windshield of their cars. Parking permits may be
picked up at the Front Desk of the Robert Russell Building (Main Building).The MAR-JCC reserves the right to tow (at operator’s/owner’s expense) or
place a boot (removal charge of $50) on any vehicle parked in an unauthorized or undesignated parking area.

Use of the MAR-JCC
The MAR-JCC is delighted that it is viewed as a “home away from home” for children and families. Beginning at age 10, children may utilize MAR-JCC
facilities without “parental” supervision. Those 9 years old and younger may be on campus ONLY if enrolled in an organized MAR-JCC class or activity
OR if in the company of a parent or under other authorized adult supervision. The MAR-JCC reserves the right to place unattended “under-age”
children in the care of MAR-JCC program staff until children have been picked up by a parent or his/her designate. There will be a charge for this
service based on the fee structure of the Elementary After School Program.
Guest Policy
All Access Members are entitled to bring a guest up to three times a year at a fee of $10/adult and $5/senior or ”junior” (13 and under) for use of
MAR-JCC Health & Wellness facilities. Guest must be accompanied by a member. Same non-member guest may utilize the MAR-JCC up to 3 times
per year. Out-of-town guests who belong to another JCC outside the area receive complimentary guest privileges for up to two weeks per year.
Upon presenting a valid membership card from the other JCC to the Membership Department.

Class & Program Registration
In order to register during early registration and receive priority registration and member rates on programs, membership must be in good standing and in
effect for the duration of the program. If membership expires during the course of the program, members must either pay for the renewal at registration
or give a post-dated payment for the renewal. Payment must accompany all registrations for classes and programs. To be eligible to register,
member accounts must be up-to-date including membership fees. Associate and non-members may register for classes, when specified. No phone
registration will be accepted. Registration will be accepted in person or by fax with completed registration form using Master Card, Visa, Discover,
or American Express with registrar approval. There will be a $30 charge for any returned checks, and a $10 fee for any declined credit card. A
registration will not be processed, a space (if available) will not be reserved in the class or program, and attendance will not be permitted until a
signed registration form (accompanied by payment) is received. The MAR-JCC reserves the right to cancel any class or program due to insufficient
registration and fees will be refunded.

Fee Assistance
MAR-JCC offers fee assistance to qualified individuals and families. Extended payment plans are also available. All requests are handled
confidentially. Call extension 142, for scholarship application and to schedule a confidential interview.
Payment for Private Lessons/Personal training
Per MAR-JCC policy and for insurance purposes, payment arrangements for all personal training and private lessons at the MAR-JCC must be
processed through a MAR-JCC registrar located in the Membership Office, Fitness and Tennis Center. MAR-JCC membership is required. Only
approved personnel and independent contractors employed by the MAR-JCC are eligible to provide personal training and private instruction.

"Outside Professionals" Use of the MAR-JCC
No outside trainers, teachers, coaches, tutors, therapists, pros, etc., may utilize the MAR-JCC for professional purposes - even in the company of and
with the permission of a MAR-JCC member, without written authorization from the MAR-JCC Executive Director. "Outside Professionals" receiving said
authorization must comply with all insurance requirements and provide all required documentation.
Program Refunds
Program refunds will be awarded if request is made no later than the second week of class for those classes offered on a semester basis. For classes
that have a yearly registration, refund requests must be made by the 4th week of the program. Refund requests after this period of time must be
addressed in writing to the Executive Director explaining the extenuating circumstances for the request. Allow 4 weeks for refund checks. There is a
processing fee of $35 per transaction. NO REFUNDS or CREDITS will be issued for programs requiring try-outs, such as sports travel teams & Bamachol
dance troupes. Credits expire one year from date of issue.
Lockers
You may bring a lock to secure your belongings in a “daily locker” in our locker room facilities. The lock must be removed by the end of each day, or
it will be removed by MAR-JCC staff. Permanent lockers are available annually for $65. Visit the membership office, or call ext. 145/146.


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                                                                               membership services, policies & procedures
                                                                               Security
policies, procedures, services, & community
                                                                               Security and safety are our highest priority. The MAR-JCC reserves the right to check trunks and vehicles
                                                                               for security purposes. It also reserves the right to check backpacks, lunchboxes, and other types of
                                                                               sealed or closed containers without prior notification. No weapons are permitted on campus. Among the
                                                                               permanent security systems at the JCC are:

                                                                               • Security gates and guards • Surveillance cameras, recording systems and monitors at strategic places
                                                                                 throughout the buildings and outdoor areas • Signage that will alert all visitors that the premises are under
                                                                                 surveillance • Emergency alarms that are directly connected to law enforcement authorities • A photo I.D. is
                                                                                 required to enter the MAR-JCC - access to the MAR-JCC may be denied if appropriate I.D. is not presented.
                                              Member get a Member              The overall effect is a high level of security at the MAR-JCC that prompts quick action in the event of any
                                              Refer a new member to the        danger signs.

                                              MAR-JCC* and receive an          Personal Belongings
                                              additional month of              The MAR-JCC is not liable for the theft, loss, or damage to any personal belongings or property.
                                              membership FREE when
                                              you renew your annual            Bullying
                                              membership. New member           The MAR-JCC is a meeting place that promotes friendship, belonging, and camaraderie. MAR-JCC
                                                                               members, guests, and staff are expected to treat one another with respect and dignity and no form of
                                              will receive an $18 gift         bullying will be tolerated. Any act of bullying should be brought to the attention of MAR-JCC staff and
                                              card to Elsie’s Cafe             may result in suspension from the MAR-JCC.
                                              *Restrictions Apply
                                                                               Cell Phones
                                                                               Cell phones may not be used in any MAR-JCC bathroom or locker room facility and when operating a
                                                                               vehicle on the MAR-JCC’s Sanford L. Ziff Campus.
                                              Party Central
                                                                               Shabbat
                                              Let us help you plan and         In recognition of the significance of Shabbat, the MAR-JCC encourages its members to use its facilities for
                                              create your next party or        rest, relaxation, and family interaction. Sports and fitness facilities are open on Saturday, from 1-6 pm.
                                              event. Different Party           Business and membership offices are closed.
                                              Packages available
                                              including, but not limited to:   Holidays
                                                                               Operating hours and openings may vary in observance of Jewish and national holidays. Please refer to
                                              •All Sports Party                the “Dates to Watch Out For” schedule on page 2.
                                              •Dynamic Fun & Messy
                                                Games                          Kashrut
                                              •Disco Dance                     All food provided and used within the MAR-JCC facility must be Glatt kosher. Food service must be
                                                                               provided by the MAR-JCC’s in-house Glatt kosher food service purveyor, J Cafe/Kosher Subway/Elsie’s
                                              •Outdoor Fiesta                  Cafe. Call Maurice Lichy, 305-778-5946.
                                              •Spinning Party
                                                                               Caring for our JCC...and our environment
                                              Packages includes food,          As part of our responsibility to care for the environment, please dispose recyclable cans, bottles, and
                                                                               paper in the many recycle bins located throughout the campus. Please use these easily identifiable
                                              drinks, JCC tables & chairs,     containers for recyclables, not for garbage.
                                              & professional facilitators.
                                                                               Non-Smoking Zone
                                              Call Simon at x103 for more      The MAR-JCC is a non-smoking facility. Please refrain from smoking at the MAR-JCC at all times.
                                              information and to assist        No Pets
                                              you with your plans.             As a licensed child care facility, concerned about hygienics combined with a sensitivity to those with allergies
                                                                               and fear of animals, pets are not permitted at the MAR-JCC.

                                                                               Room & Party Rental
                                                                               The MAR-JCC offers its rooms, and various facilities for rent for parties, reunions, and business meetings.
                                                                               Food service must be provided by the MAR-JCC’s in-house Glatt kosher food service provider. For
                                                                               bookings and more information, call ext. 103/195.

                                                                               Gift Certificates & Gift Cards
                                                                               MAR-JCC gift certificates are perfect for any occasion. Available for any amount, gift certificates may be
                                                                               purchased for membership, fitness, and tennis. Call the Membership Services Department for information
                                                                               at ext. 145/146. Gift cards may be purchased for Kosher Subway and Elsie’s Cafe directly from these two
                                                                               restaurants.

                                                                               Website
                                                                               Check out the MAR-JCC website at www.marjcc.org. Content is updated regularly by the MAR-JCC
                                                                               Communications Team. Visit the website for membership information, upcoming events, class listings and
                                                                               schedules, MAR-JCC news, photos from recent events, and much more!




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community
The Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center/Sanford L. Ziff Campus is utilized by outside companies, and non-
profit community agencies that serve the North Miami-Dade and surrounding community. A number of them either
meet regularly at the MAR-JCC and/or lease office space in the Lipton Community Building.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation (North Dade/Aventura Branch)
For more than 70 years, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has been working to mobilize human and financial resources to care for those in need,
strengthen Jewish life and advance the unity, values and shared purpose of the Jewish people in Miami, in Israel and in 64 other countries
worldwide. Through the Annual Federation/UJA Campaign, Federation supports people through 45 constituent agencies in Miami-Dade County –
including the MAR-JCC and JCCs in South Dade and Miami Beach; 14 Jewish Day Schools; synagogue religious schools; Jewish Community Services
and more – providing a lifeline of services for people in Miami. At the same time, Federation-funded programs are at work around the globe,
rescuing and resettling those in peril, helping the vulnerable, combating anti-Semitism and rebuilding Jewish life. Federation maintains an office on
the MAR-JCC campus for its North Dade Branch, Women’s Department Northeast Dade, and International Department, and works with Jewish
agencies, day schools and synagogues to organize programs and provide services that meet a variety of needs. For further information,
call 305-705-0800.

Alexander Muss High School In Israel
For high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors seeking to have Israel as their classroom...and receiving full high school credit from the high school
they are presently attending and the opportunity to receive an additional 6 college credits. Choose from four 8-week sessions offered during the
school year or from a slightly shorter session during the summer. For info, contact Orlie Braha, Director of Admissions, at (786) 262-2609/(305) 891-8868.

Bommarito Performance Systems
A performance training company specializing in the development of speed, agility, sports specific movement, power, and strength. Small group
training classes for youth athletes are offered - MAR-JCC members receive a discounted rate. For information, call 305-343-8389.

The American Friends Of Beit Issie Shapiro
Provides the financial resource support for the various treatment and educational programs and services provided for over 10,000 children and
young adults with various developmental disabilities at its Center in Ra’anana, Israel. The mission is to promote the rights and quality of life of people
with special needs and their families. For further information, call (305) 933-0774, or visit its website at www.beitissie.org.

Golden Care Foundation
An affiliate of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Golden Care is an advocacy, referral, and support program. Through a far-reaching network of
support services for seniors, Golden Care can assist in solving issues including home health care, living arrangements, homemaker services, meals, long
term care, legal assistance, and financial counseling. Call (305) 705-0800 or (305) 576-4000.

Hebrew Free Loan Association
Provides assistance with interest-free loans for Jewish people in financial need. Funding for this program is provided by individual families and Jewish
institutions. Call 1-800-635-0120.

Jacobson Sinai Academy
Utilizes MAR-JCC Health and Recreation Department facilities and staff for its middle school health and physical education program.

Jewish Community Services of South Florida
Designed to facilitate independence and assist individuals in maintaining themselves in the community. There are four service divisions including:
1. Behavioral Health Services 2. Kosher Food Services 3. Rehabilitation & Employment Services 4. Senior Adult Sessions. MAR-JCC facilities are utilized
by JCS for its hot meals program. For information and referral, call (305) 576-6550.

Kesher
Provides a quality Judaic and secular education to children with learning disabilities and other special needs in a Jewish day school environment.
Call (305) 792-7060.

The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day School/The Ben Lipson Community High School
Utilizes the Scheck Family Gymnasium and Feldenkreis/ Hanono/Feig Athletic Field to conduct its Health & Physical Education classes. The MAR-JCC’s
Scheck Family Gymnasium is the home of the Hillel Hurricanes.

Theatre League of South Florida
An alliance of theatrical organizations and professionals dedicated to nurturing, promoting, and advocating for the growth and prestige of the
South Florida theatre industry. It is a membership organization for actors, singers, dancers, directors, producers, theatre technicians, and theatre
companies. Contact Andie Arthur, Executive Director, at (954) 557-0778, or visit www.theatreleague.net.

Yeshiva Toras Chaim
Utilizes the MAR-JCC health and wellness facilities for “motz’ai Shabbat” sports and wellness activity for its middle, high school, and college-age
students.

Victory Center for Autism
Offers a year round school (established by Barry and Judge Judith Nelson) to serve children ages 3+ who are suspected of or have been diagnosed
with Autism. Call (305) 466-1142, or www.victoryschool.org




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                                                  financial resource
                                                  development
support us

                                                  Development Associate/Grants Administrator: Iris Kohn, ext. 141

                                                  MEMBERSHIP BENEFACTOR PROGRAM
                                                  Stars of Giving
             To supplement the revenue that is    Mitzvah Star - $2,500
             derived from membership dues,        • All the benefits of the Founders Club Membership* plus a $1,000 value Program/Event
             class/program registration fees,     sponsorship of your choice
             procurement of grants, and
             funding from the Greater Miami       Silver Star - $3,600
             Jewish Federation and the United     • All the benefits of the Founders Club Membership* plus $2,500 value Program/Event
             Way of Miami-Dade, the MAR-          •24 guest passes per year • 1 permanent assigned locker
             JCC is dependent upon the good
             will and generosity of members,      Gold Star - $5,000
             friends, and the business            • All the benefits of the Founders Club Membership* plus $3,600 value Program/Event
             community to sustain its             sponsorship of your choice • 24 guest passes per year • 1 permanent assigned locker
             operation and myriad of              • 2 VIP tickets to Festival Yachad • 1 player at JCC Golf Classic
             programs and services through
             contributions, sponsorships, and     Platinum Star - $10,000
             advertising.                         • All the benefits of the Founders Club Membership* plus $7,500 value Program/Event
                                                  sponsorship of your choice • 24 guest passes per year • 2 permanent assigned lockers
             To explore the different ways in
                                                  • 4 VIP tickets to Festival Yachad • 2 players at JCC Golf Classic • 4 Purim Verbena
             which to support the MAR-JCC
                                                  unlimited ride wristbands • 2 complimentary tickets to all J-CAT productions
             and to customize the different
             opportunities that would be most     A portion of your payment in excess of a standard family membership may be tax
             suitable to your budget and          deductible.
             needs, please contact Gary
             Bomzer, at 305-932-4200, ext. 134.   *See page 4 for description of Founders Club Membership


                                                  MITZVAH FUND
                                                  Bar/Bat Mitzvah children perform a Mitzvah by giving a portion of their gifts to this fund
                                                  and to have their parents and grandparents match it. Areas of support include Special
                                                  Needs programs and the Scholarship Fund.


                                                  TRIBUTE/EDUCATION FUNDS
                                                  MANNY BERLATSKY FUND •            Provides funds for scholarship assistance

                                                  JACOBO CABABIE FUND •            Supports the construction of the MAR-JCC’s new Social Center
                                                  established in memory of Jacobo Cababie

                                                  FANNY HANONO FUND •             Supports MAR-JCC youth and teen programs

                                                  MORIS KHOUDARI FUND •            Benefits the Learn to Swim program; memorializing Moris Khoudari

                                                  STEVEN KRAVITZ FUND •         Supports adult Jewish educational programming


                                                  LORRAINE FAYE LINDER GROCERY SHOPPING TRANSPORTATION FUND •                              Supports round
                                                  trip, door to door bus service for supermarket shopping for seniors

                                                  MURIEL RUSSELL FUND •         Benefits special populations, established in memory of Muriel Russell

                                                  JULIUS WERBNER FUND •          Provides funds for scholarship assistance

                                                  PAPA ZZ FUND •       Supports the Early Childhood Development Center, memorializing Buzzy Jacobs

                                                  JCC GENERAL FUND •          Provides funds for scholarship assistance




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                            financial resource
                                 development




                                                                                                                                 support us
                                                 Capital Campaign: Gary Bomzer, ext. 134
                                                                     Helga Gorin, ext. 163
                                                 Co-chairs: Fanny Hanono and Mike Segal
Endowment Fund
Provides the funding in perpetuity, or for a specific number of years, or through a
testamentary device for the continuation of vital programs and services at the MAR-JCC.
Recognition will be given during the donor’s lifetime made through current commitments          Our sincere thanks to the
and/or through provisions in Wills and Trusts, such as Charitable Gift Annuities, Remainder     following for their generous
Annuities, and Unitrusts, and Charitable Unitrusts. For further information, contact Gary       support of our Social
Bomzer, at ext. 134.                                                                            Center/Outdoor Athletic
                                                                                                Complex Capital Campaign so
Corporate Partnerships For Special Events, Website, and Newsletters                             they we may be the Center of
Important to Financial Resource Development is the support from the business and                Jewish communal life in North
professional community. The goal of this Corporate Partnership program is to offer              Miami-Dade. There is still time
opportunities to establish a special relationship with the leadership, members, participants,   to add your name to this
and guests of the MAR-JCC. This program enables companies to market to this valuable            growing list of contributors.
audience through direct presence at various events, on the MAR-JCC website, and on
                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Larry Abramowitz • Mr.
printed materials and newsletters.                                                              and Mrs. Marcos Ackerman • Mr. and
As a Corporate Partner, recognition of names and brands are given depending on the              Mrs. Joe Ackerman • Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                Ronny Ackermann • Dr. and Mrs. Alan
various levels at the events, with personal acknowledgements, corporate logos, on signage,
                                                                                                Ackermann • Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
in newsletters and invitations, and through our printed and electronic mailings. We authorize   Almosny • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Alter
and encourage this relationship “as a proud corporate partner with the MAR-JCC” in your         •Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Assor • Mr. and
own publicity.                                                                                  Mrs. Miguel Assor • Mr. and Mrs. Alan
                                                                                                Azizollahoff • Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Advertising                                                                                     Bakalarz • Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baum •
Promote your business to the more than 1,800 MAR-JCC membership households, 1,000 Student       Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beda • Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                Jimmy Benarroch • Mr. and Mrs. Elias
Associate Members, 1,000 Senior Adult Associate Members, and to the general community
                                                                                                Benasayag • Mr. and Mrs. Alan
through advertising in the Links - the MAR-JCC newsletter; with a web-banner on the MAR-JCC     Benenson • Mr. and Mrs. Albert
website; and/or the hanging of a corporate banner. Call Iris Kohn or Alan Silverberg, at        Benhamu • Mr. and Mrs. David
305-932-4200, ext. 141/189.                                                                     Bensadon • Mr. and Mrs. Ariel Bentata •
                                                                                                Dr. and Mrs. Eran Berenstein • Mr. and
                                                                                                Mrs. Gregorio Berliavsky • Mr. and Mrs.


        Annual Sponsorship Opportunities
                                                                                                Leon Bibas • Mr. and Mrs. Alain
                                                                                                Bibliowicz • Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo
                                                                                                Brender • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brener
                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Michell Brown • Mr. and
        •   Summer Camp                                                                         Mrs. Sam Burstyn • Mr. and Mrs. Natan

        •   Enrichment Programs
                                                                                                Bursztyn • Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Camhi •
                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Salomon Chaillo • Mr. and
        •   Sports Leagues                                                                      Mrs. Robert Chehebar • Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                Abraham Chehebar • Mr. and Mrs.
        •   JCC Golf Classic                                                                    Miguel Chocron • Mr. and Mr. Jonathan
                                                                                                Cohen • Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cohen •
        •   Hebraica’s Annual Maccabi Games                                                     Mrs. Rachel Dagan • Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                Sidney Delarosa • Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Di
        •   Tennis Fest                                                                         Marcobernardino • Mr. & Mrs. Adrian

        •   Yom Ha’atzma’ut - Israel Independence Day
                                                                                                Dombey • Mr. and Mrs. Roberto
                                                                                                Dorfzaun • Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Dornbusch
            Community Celebration                                                               • Mr. and Mrs. Rony Doron • Mr. and
                                                                                                Mrs. Jose Edery • Mr. and Mrs. Joel
        •   Senior Health Fair                                                                  Eidelstein • Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Elovic
        •   Gelvan Sports Awards Evening
                                                                                                • Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Enslein • Mr.
                                                                                                and Mrs. Michel Ernst • Mr. and Mrs.
        •   Community Chanukah Celebration                                                      Sergio Faigenblat • Mr. and Mrs. Sergio
                                                                                                Farache • Mr. and Mrs. Enrique
        •   Bamachol’s Chanukah Dance Festival                                                  Feldman • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Feldman
                                                                                                • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Feldman • Mr. and
        •   JCC 5K Run & 1 Mile Fun Walk                                                        Mrs. JoseFincheltub • Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                Meyer Fincheltub • Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
        •   Verbena Purim Carnival                                                              Finvarb • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finvarb •
        •   Festival Yachad                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Max Fischbach • Mr. and
                                                                                                Mrs. Stuart Fishman • Mr. and Mrs.
        •   J-CAT Theatre Productions                                                           Victor Fleischman • Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                Alberto Franco • Dr. and Mrs. Leonardo
        •   Annual Meeting                                                                      Frydman • Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fuhrman •
                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Simon Galante • Mr. and
                                                                                                Mrs. Abraham Garzon • Mr. and Mrs. Eli
                                                                                                Gelman • Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Geller •
                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gelrud • Mr. and
                                                              -9-                               Mrs. Israel Getzel ...
               • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goihman •
               Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Gross • Mr.
capital campaign                                       financial resource development
               and Mrs. David Guenoun • Mr.
               and Mrs. Alex Guenoun • Mr. and                             Capital Campaign Continues -
                                                         Help us meet our goal by adding your name to the list of supporters
               Mrs. Elias Gutt • Mr. and Mrs.
               Daniel Halberstein • Mr. and Mrs.
               Eduardo Halberstein • Mr. and                      of our Social Center/Outdoor Athletic Complex
               Mrs. Ricardo Halfen • Mr. and Mrs.
               George Hanz • Mr. and Mrs.
               Andres Hausman • Mr. and Mrs.
               Ezra Kassin • Mr. and Mrs. Patrick      Though the construction phase is complete, the capital campaign continues so it may
               Kiblisky • Mr. and Mrs. Allan           meet its goal of $2.5 million. Many commemorative and recognition opportunities are still
               Kiblisky • Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
                                                       available and those interested in adding their names to our list of contributors are asked
               Kiblisky • Mr. and Mrs. Josi Kiblisky
               • Mr. and Mrs. Sergio Kiblisky •        to call Gary Bomzer, MAR-JCC Executive Director, at 305-932-4200, ext. 134.
               Mr. and Mrs. Motty Klainbaum •
               Mr. and Mrs. Michael Klinger • Mr.
               Paul Kruss • Mr. and Mrs. Saul
               Laniado • Mr. and Mrs. Paul                                                      Naming Opportunities
               Lapco • Mr. and Mrs. Roberto
               Lechter • Mr. and Mrs. Marcos           Outdoor Athletic Complex
               Lencovsky • Bank Leumi • Mr.
                                                       Artificial Turf for the Feldendreis/Hanono/Feig Athletic Field................... SUBSCRIBED
               and Mrs. Bernhard Lewinsky • Mr.
               and Mrs. Edward Liberman • Mr.          Covered Bleachers........................................................................................ $75,000
               and Mrs. Jeffrey Luidrinousky • Mr.     New Scoreboard............................................................................................ $100,000
               and Mrs. Jacobo Luidvinovsky •          Running/Walkway Track ............................................................................... $150,000
               Dr. and Mrs. Moises Lustgarten •        Outdoor Basketball Courts............................................................................ $150,000
               Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Mann •
               Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mars • Mr. and
               Mrs. Isaac Mendal • Mr. and Mrs.
                                                       Aquatics Center
               Isaac Merenfeld • Ms. Tatiana           Aquatics Deck (new canopies, tables, chairs, & umbrellas)................... $150,000
               Monk • Mr. and Mrs. Elie Milhem •       Outdoor Pool Complex................................................................................. $250,000
               Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Minski • Mr.       Locker Rooms................................................................................................. $200,000
               and Mrs. Moises Mizrahi • Mr. and
               Mrs. Simon Mundlak • Mr. and
               Mrs. Bernhard Murciano • Mr. &
                                                       New Social Pavilion
               Mrs. Daniel Naim • Mr. and Mrs.         Elsie’s Cafe’................................................................................................... SUBSCRIBED
               Samuel Papu • Mr. & Mrs. Leo            Kiblisky Lounge.............................................................................................. SUBSCRIBED
               Peicher • Mr. and Mrs. Leon Perez       Outdoor Deck................................................................................................. SUBSCRIBED
               • Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Perlman •        Solomon Gateway......................................................................................... SUBSCRIBED
               Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Politano • Mr.
               and Mrs. Isaac Possin • Mr. and
                                                       Computer/Wi-Fi/Entertainment Lounge...................................................... $100,000
               Mrs. Jose Preschel • Mr. and Mrs.       Ceci’s Baby Gym........................................................................................... SUBSCRIBED
               Boris Rimeris • Mr. and Mrs. Simon      Waxman Family Outdoor Deck.....................................................................SUBSCRIBED
               Rozenberg •Mr. and Mrs. Moris           Playground (Finvarb Outdoor Park)..............................................................SUBSCRIBED
               Ruah • Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruah
               • Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Sabo • Mr.       Jordan Savage Playground.......................................................................... SUBSCRIBED
               and Mrs. Abel Salk • Mr. and Mrs.       New equipment:
               Jaime Schuster • Mr. and Mrs.           Fully accessible and adaptable.................................................................Various items
               Andre Seibal • Mr. and Mrs.
                                                       (for preschool age children through grade 6)
               Jacobo Serfati • Mr. and Mrs.
               Gabriel Serfaty • Mr. and Mrs.          Wall of Honor:
               Sami Shiro • Mr. and Mrs. Marcos
                                                       Diamond ($15,000/ 5 years).......................................................................... $75,000
               Singer • Mr. and Mrs. Mauricio
               Sion • Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo             Gold ($10,000/ 5 years)................................................................................. $50,000
               Skolnik • Mr. and Mrs. John             Silver ($5,000/5 years).....................................................................................$25,000
               Skolnik • Mr. and Mrs. Philip           Bronze ($2,500/5 years)..................................................................................$12,500
               Solomon • Mrs. Perla Sultan • Mr.       Star ($1,000/5 years)....................................................................................... $5,000




                                                                                  Be a part of it!
               and Mrs. Simon Sultan • Ms.
               Vanessa Tabacinic • Dr. and Mrs.
               Isaac Talmaciu • Mr. and Mrs.
               Salomon Toledano • Mr. and Mrs.
               Jonny Tryzmel • Mr. and Mrs.
               David Tuaty • Mr. and Mrs. Eittan
               Vainstein • Mr. and Mrs. Max
               Waich • Mr. and Mrs. David Waich
               • Mr. and Mrs. Javier Wainer • Mr.
               and Mrs. Isaac Wakszol • Mr. and             In continuing to plan for its future and how to better serve our
                                                          North Miami-Dade Jewish community, we will soon be developing
               Mrs. David Waxman • Mr. and
               Mrs. David Weisinger • Dr. and
               Mrs. Simon Weiss • Mr. and Mrs.                            Long Range Planning committees.
                                                                    To get involved in the process, pleaes contact
               Maxim Weitzman • Mr. and Mrs.
               Jorge Woldenberg • Mr. and Mrs.
               David Wolf • Mr. and Mrs. Paul                   Gary Bomzer, Executive Director, at 305-932-4200 x 134.
               Yanovich • Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
               Yecutieli •Mr. and Mrs. Jacobo
               Zaga • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zarco
               • Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Zebede •
               Mr. and Mrs. Ariel Zisman                                                      -10-
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 upcoming special events




                                                                                             upcoming special events
Mark your calendars for these special events, shows and activities:

•The J’s Cultural Arts Theatre presents…
The Boys Next Door by Tom Griffin • January 13–23
The Black Jew Dialogues by Ron Jones & Larry Jay Tish • February 3-6
My Favorite Shorts • March 2-13
Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Bloom • March 30–April 10
Radium Girls by D.W. Gregory • May 11-22

•Community Tu B’Shvat Celebration at TY Park
Sunday, January 23, 11 am-3 pm
Developed by the MAR-JCC & Posnack JCCs and co-sponsored by Broward and
Miami-Dade synagogues, Jewish organizations, and day schools.
Free Admission to program/Park admission applies

•Senior Health Fair – A Spicey Affair!
Tuesday, February 8, 9 am-2 pm
Health Screenings • Guest Speakers • Food Demonstrations • Exhibitors
Light Refreshments – Free Admission

•Tennis Fest 2011
Saturday evening, March 12 - Player Auction & Party
Sunday morning, March 13 - Pro Am Charity Tournament

•Hebraica’s Annual Purim Verbena Carnival
Sunday, March 20, 11 am-6 pm

•J-CAT Shopping Boutique
Tuesday, April 5, noon – 7 pm

•Alan & Diane Lieberman Children’s Cultural Arts Series presents
Jungle Book by Theatre IV • Friday, May 13, 10 am - Scheck Family Gymnasium
Darwin the Dinosaur by Corbian Visual arts and Dance • Thursday, May 19, 10am -
Julius Littman Performing Arts Theater

•Senior Celebration
Friday, May 20, 11 am-2 pm
Lunch • Music • Dancing • Entertainment • Year Book

•Maccabi Tzair End of The Year Party/School of Madrichim Graduation
Wednesday evening, May 25

•Gelvan Awards
Thursday evening, May 26

•15th Annual Festival Yachad
Friday, May 27-       Visiting Dance Groups performance - Free Admission
Sunday, May 29-       Gala Performance at Broward Center
Sunday, June 5-       Children’s Performance at the Julius Littman Performing Arts Theater

•MAR-JCC Annual Meeting
Sunday, May 29, 11 am

•Camp Sol Taplin
Thursday evening, June 2-     Parent Orientation
Monday morning, June 13- Camp Begins
        For info, call the Tennis Center at 305-932-4200, ext. 160

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                                                                             sandra & lawrence bronson
                                                                             early childhood
                                                                             development center
infant-toddler center/preschool/Mommy & Me

                                                                             Children & Family Services Director: Guila Mermelszteyn, ext.155
                                                                             Assistant Early Childhood Director: Jenny Tettner Gugig, ext. 155
                                                                             Infant/Toddler Coordinator: Phyllis McGuire, ext. 112
                                                                             Administrative Assistant: Shirley Jacobs, ext. 151
                                                                             Co-chairs: Rivka Goren & Flavia Kac
                                             Mission:                        MEET THE STAFF:
                                             To provide a safe, secure,
                                                                             Guila Mermelszteyn, Children & Family Services Director
                                             and nurturing environment
                                             within a Jewish setting where   • Has a Master’s in Leadership Education from Barry University
                                             each child may grow, learn,     • Involved in the field of education since 1977, including positions in
                                             mature, and “socialize” at        school counseling and as a school principal, in Venezuela
                                             his/her own pace under the
                                             guidance and supervision of     Jenny Tettner-Gugig, Assistant Early Childhood Director
                                             a warm, caring, trained, and    • Has a Master’s in Teaching and Learning from Nova Southeastern
                                             certified professional staff.     University
                                                                             • Has been involved in the field of education since 1998, including
                                             All children who graduate
                                                                               serving as a PreK and VPK state certified teacher in South Florida,
                                             from our program are
                                             equipped with the skills and      from 2004 - 2010
                                             knowledge that will enable
                                             them to succeed in              Phyllis McGuire, ITC Coordinator
                                             kindergarten.                   • Has served as the Infant/Toddler Center Coordinator for over
                                                                               20 years


                                                                             ABOUT THE PROGRAM:               Serves children 2 months through PreK. Limited space
                                                                             currently available - Registration for the 2011/12 school year begins on February 1, for
                                                                             current enrollees - February 15, for new registrations

                                                                             • Infant/Toddler Center (ITC) (Ages 2 months - 2 years)
                                                                             A 12-month program offering a safe environment where you can leave your child
                                                                             with complete confidence and peace-of-mind. Children are grouped by age
                                                                             and enjoy music and movement, finger play, and playground time, as well as
                                                                             holiday celebrations and weekly Shabbat programs. Appropriate challenges are
                                                                             built into activities to encourage each child’s developmental, cognitive, and
                                                                             social growth using the model of the Creative Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers.

                                                                             • Playgroup (Ages 2 - 3 years)
                                                                             A 12-month program that incorporates music, movement, social interaction, and
                                                                             playground fun, into the basic components of early learning. Classrooms are
                                                                             center-based with language development activities, small and gross motor activity
                                                                             centers, and cognitive growth activities. These activities are blended together to
                                                                             offer toddlers the opportunity to learn and grow in a stimulating and safe
                                                                             environment using the model of the Creative Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers.
                                                                             Included in the curriculum is music, Israeli dance, and physcial education -
                                                                             conducted by program specialists, along with a weekly Shabbat program.

                                                                             •ITC and Playgroup:
                                                                             Hours:
                                                                             Monday - Thursday: 8am - 6pm • Friday: 8am - 5pm
                                                                             Tuition for new enrollees:
                                                                             January 3 - June 30, 2011 $4,794 Tuition contract - ($799/month)
                                                                             Non-refundable registration fee - January 3 - June 30, 2011 - $150

                                                                             Early Drop-off
                                                                             Hours: 7:30-8am • Fee: $420 Tuition Contract, January -June, 2011 - ($70/month)
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sandra & lawrence bronson early childhood development center
Preschool/Pre-Kindergarten (Ages 3 & 4 years old and turning 5 after 9/1/10)
Center-based classrooms are set up for areas of math, science, writing, reading, art, manipulatives, library, language,
and housekeeping/life skills using the model of the Creative Curriculum for Preschool. Outside playtime provides gross
motor development in the Jordan Savage Playground. Jewish holiday celebrations, Shabbat programming, mitzvot,
and Jewish culture are integrated into the program. Weekly activities that are part of the regular curriculum and
conducted by program specialists include music, physical education (swim and sports instruction), and rikudim (Israeli
dance).
Hours:                             Tuition for new students: January 3 - June 7, 2011
Monday - Friday, 9am - 3pm         $3,425 Tuition contract (5 months) - $685/month
                                   Non-refundable registration fee: $150
                                   (January 3 - June 7, 2011)
Extended Day:
Hours:                             Fee: January 3 - June 7, 2011
Monday - Friday: 8-9am             $1,240 (5-months) - $248/month
Monday - Thursday: 3-6pm
Friday til 5 pm


Preschool Vacation Day Programs
Monday, February 21 & Thursday, April 21: 8am-6pm • Friday, April 22: 8am-5pm • Monday, April 25: 8am-6pm
Vacation day progamming will include a variety of activities, such as swimming, sports, arts & crafts, singing, outdoor
games and playground, movie time, and indoor play. Glatt Kosher lunch included - lunches during Passover will be
Kosher for Passover. For further information, contact 305-932-4200, ext. 151.

Daily Fee:
JCC Preschool Children (ages 3 & 4)   $40
JCC Member (must be 4 years old)      $50
Assoc Member (must be 4 years old)    $62.50
Non-Member (must be 4 years old)      $75




          E C D                            C A L E N D A R
     January 20                    Tu B’Shvat
     February 28                   Multi-Cultural Day                                     of Events
     March 18                      Purim
     March 21                      Pajama Day
     April 13                      The Exodus
     April 14                      Infant/Toddler Passover Model Seder
     April 15                      Preschool/PreK Passover Model Seder
     May 6                         Mother’s Day
     May 11                        Yom Ha’atzma’ut
     May 20                        Lag B’omer
     June 2                        Pool Party - PreK 4
     June 3                        PreK 4 Graduation
     June 7                        Pool Party - PreK 3
     June 13                       Summer Camp begins



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                                          camp sol taplin
                                          Camp Administrator: Iris Mizrahi, ext. 228
camp sol taplin
                                          Camp Co-Directors: Guila Mermelszteyn & Chris Moltmann, ext.155/193
                                          Co-chairs: Eva Rub & Josh Weingard




              Half Day Swim Academy
                             •
                   Swim Academy
                             •
                  Sports Academy
                             •
                Mommy & Me Swim
                             •
                        Nitzanim
                             •
                         Kitanim
                             •
                          Tsofim
                             •
                         Yeladim
                             •
                        Chaverim
                             •
                        Giborim
                             •
                        Madlikim
                             •
                         Soccer
                             •
                    Junior Aquatics
                             •
                        All Sports
                             •
                      Super Sports
                             •
                   Future Star Tennis
                             •
                      Gymnastics
                             •
                          T’nuah
                             •
                     Camp Picasso
                             •
                    Senior Aquatics
                             •
                J-CAT Summer Stock
                             •
                        Girls, Inc!
                             •
                 Tournament Tennis
                             •
                       MagiCamp
                             •
              Science & Space Camp
                             •
                  Extreme Aquatics
                             •
                 Extreme Adventure
                             •          •Camp begins, Monday, June 13 and runs through Friday, August 5
                     Extreme Sports     •Four, Six, and Eight-Week options are available in most programs
                             •
                    Extreme T’nuah      •Summer Camp Hours -
                             •                 •Swim Academy Half-Day: 9am-12:30pm
                       Teen Travel             •Swim Academy Full-Day: 9am-2:45pm
                             •
                        Madatzim               •Sports Academy: 9am-2:45pm
                             •                 •All other camps: 9am-4pm
                         Koach
                             •          Morning drop-off begins at 8:30am
                          Ometz         Optional extended care available: 7:30-8:45am & 4-6pm (5pm on Friday)
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                              elementary services                                                 (Grades K - 5)
                                                                           ASP Director: Neal Buchholz, ext. 178
After School Program




                                                                                                                                                    elementary after-school program & homework assistance
Monthly Fees - (with & without bus transportation)
                                              ASP Only               Transportation        ASP &
                                              (no trans.)            Only                  Transportation
4/5 Days A Week                               $205                   $110                  $265
3 Days A Week                                 $180                   $100                  $240
2 Days A Week                                 $155                   $90                   $210
1 Day A Week                                  $90                    $60                   $130
Transportation Times & Places:
•Highland Oaks Elementary School 2 & 3pm • Ojus Elementary School 2 & 3pm                                          Description:
•Aventura-Waterways Grades, K-8, 2 & 3pm • Sunny Isles Charter School Grades, K-8, 2 & 3pm                         The ASP provides working
•Aventura Charter School 3pm only • Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus 3:15pm only                                        parents with “peace of
•Pick-up at all schools on Early Release Days                                                                      mind” knowing that after
                                                                                                                   school their children will be
Monthly Fees - Hillel/Temple Sinai - (with & without walkover option)                                              in a well supervised and
                                              ASP Only               Walkover              ASP &                   structured program where
                                              (no trans.)                                  Walkover                they will be able to enjoy
4/5 Days A Week              $205        $55            $220                                                       indoor and outdoor activity
3 Days A Week                $180        $45            $190                                                       as well as do homework in
2 Days A Week                $155        $40            $165                                                       a quiet, study condusive
                                                                                                                   environment. Transportaion
1 Day A Week                 $90         $35            $105
                                                                                                                   to the MAR-JCC is
Walkover Times:                                                                                                    available from area public
Hillel: Monday-Thursday, 3:45pm • 2pm on Fridays                                                                   and private schools. A
Temple Sinai: Monday-Thursday, 3:15pm • 2:30pm on Fridays                                                          supervised walk-over from
                                                                                                                   Hillel and Jacobson-Sinai
School Days Out Feb 18 & 21, April 4 & 22, June 10                                                                 Academy is also available.

Spring Mini-Camp March 14-18
Enjoy a full day of fun at the MAR-JCC for school days out, based on the Miami -Dade Public School
Calendar. Spring Mini-camp programming features daily field trips to popular South Florida locations.
Includes glatt Kosher lunch and afternoon snack; 8 am - 6 pm (until 5 pm on Fridays).
Fee:                                                                        Daily
ASP Participant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40
Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50
Assoc. Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62.50
Non-member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $75

Yearning For Learning Programs
                                                                                                                   On school vacation days,
Homework Corner • Monday – Thursday, 3-6 pm                                                                        working parents also have
A personalized environment for homework assistance in a small group setting with qualified staff.                  the opportunity to enroll
1 hour/week: $230/semester • 2 hours/week: $450/semester                                                           their children in school-
3 hours/week: $630/semester • 4 hours/week: $760/semester                                                          day-out vacation
Day(s)/Hour(s) of attendance must be selected at time of registration!                                             programs.

Private Tutoring •       Monday – Thursday                                                                         ASP includes a weekly
Provides 1:1 personallized attention                                                                               Friday pre-shabbat
Fee: $40/hr. • Call (305) 932-4200 ext. 135 to register.                                                           program and different
                                                                                                                   programs and projects that
                                                                                                                   revolve around the
FCAT Prep Course • Thursdays, January 27 - April 14: Grades 3, 4 and 5                                             calendar of Jewish
•Grade 3: 4-5pm • Grade 4: 5-6pm • Grade 5: 6-7pm                                                                  holidays. Daily snack is
Reading, Math and Science (Science is for 5th grade only) • Maximum 8 students                                     provided. 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 day
Students work in a small group setting to learn effective FCAT test taking strategies from Josh                    a week monthly registration
Clarin, Certified Elementary School Teacher. Students practice their skills using state approved                   options are available.
sample tests & customized home learning and in-class packets.
Fee: MAR-JCC Members: $360 • Assoc. mem: $450 • Non-mem: $630                                                      Mondays-Thursdays,
                                                                                                                   2-6 pm, Fridays 2-5 pm.
Robotics Design & Build Program • Mondays or Tuesdays, 4-6pm • Ages 6-12
Design & Build autonomous robots, gain hands-on experience, learn teamwork skills, apply
math, science & technology, and research concepts.
Fee: Mondays (15 classes): $350-Member / $440-Assoc. Member
     Tuesdays (17 classes): $390-Member / $490-Assoc. Member
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Autism & special needs                                       Or Gadol
                                                              Coordinator: Yafit Avni, MA Special Education ext. 135
                                                              Ometz Coordinator: Abel Garza, MS Special Education ext. 204
                                                              Co-chairs: Nancy Zaretsky and Michele Scheck, DO

                                                             Class              Code    Days            Times      Semester Price            Description
                                                             Or Chadash         10001   Mon-Fri         2:30-5pm   1day /week $650      2:1 student to counselor
                                                             After School               Jan 24 –                   2days /week $1,250   • Mon: Yoga, Tennis, & Swim
                                                             Program                    June 3                     3days /week $1,800   • Tues: Basketball & Swim

                         OR GADOL is an
                                                             (Ages 5-12)                                           4days /week $2,300   • Wed: Gymnastics & Music
                                                                                                                   5days /week $2,600   • Thurs: Swim & Music
                         integrated program that                                                                                        • Fri: Basketball & Swim
                         works with all MAR-JCC        Ometz           10012            Mondays &       4-6pm      1 day/week $350      Hands-on learning
                                                       (Ages 15 & up) 10013             Thursdays                  2 days/week $650     environment designed to
                         program departments to
                                                                                        Jan 24-                                         teach pre-vocational and
                         provide special needs                                          June 2                                          daily living skills. Includes an
                         services, ensuring that all                                                                                    off-site work experience 1
                         children have the opportunity                                                                                  day/week.
                         to participate in different    Basketball      10008           Fridays         3-4pm      $300                 All levels welcome
                         aspects of MAR-JCC             (Ages 10 & up)                  Jan 28 –
                         programming, regardless of                                     June 3
                         skill or ability.              Exceptional                     Sundays         10am-Noon $250                  See below
                                                                        10009
                         •In each activity, each        Theatre                         Feb 6-
                         participant is evaluated and   Company                         May 29
                         an individualized curriculum   (Ages 12 & up)                  (12 sessions)
                         is developed based on skill    Teen/Adult                      Sundays         12:30pm    $550                 Enjoy on & off-site weekend
                                                                        10010
                         and ability.                   Social Group                    Feb 6-                                          friendships and enhance
                                                             (Ages 13 & up)             May 29                                          Social Skills.
                         Or Gadol is open to the entire                                 (12 sessions)
                         community. Non MAR-JCC              Photography                Wednesday 3:45-5:15pm $250 (Does not            Hands-on photography skills;
                                                                                10011
                         members are required to             and Photoshop              Jan 26-               include materials)        Portrait, Landscape, Micro,
                         become an Or Gadol Affiliate        for Teens                  May 25                                          Black & White, Lighting,
                         Member, at a fee of $54.            (Ages 13 & up)             Bring your                                      Computer retouch skills.
                                                                                        own camera                                      Training in shooting events.
                         (Affiliation fee is valid through                                                                              Bring your own camera!
                         the school year and entitles
                                                             Fitness/Wellness 10008     Wednesdays 3-4pm           $300                 All Levels Welcome
                         the Affiliate Member to enroll
                                                             (Ages 10 & up)             Jan 26-
                         in all programs and activities                                 May 25
                         offered through the Or Gadol
                                                             Homework           10004   Mon-Thurs       3-5pm      1   day/week $230    A more personalized
                         Department).                                           10005                              2   days/week $450   environment for homework
                                                             Corner                     Jan 24 –
                                                             (Ages 5-18)        10006   June 2                     3   days/week $630   assistance in a small group
                                                                                10007                              4   days/week $760   setting.

                                                             Private Tutoring           Mon-Thurs     4-6pm        $40/hour             One on one for personalized
                                                             (Ages 5-18)                By appt. only                                   attention.


                                                             Hebrew and Jewish Traditions for Children with Autism
                                                             (Ages 6-12) (code: 10002)
                                                             Hands-on experience learning about Jewish holidays including music & dancing. Create the
                                                             symbols and culture of the Jewish holidays through cooking and arts & crafts.
                                                             •Instructor: Yafit Avni
                                                             •Sundays, January 30 - May 29 • 10am - 1pm • Fee: $475

                                                              Drama Program / the Exceptional Theatre Company (Ages 12 & up)(code: 10009)
                                                              ETC teaches techniques in improvisation, movement, and music, and enhances verbal skills, builds
                                                              self-confidence, and advances socialization, while stimulating self-expression through the arts.
                                                              •Instructor Debra Rivera
                                                              •Sundays, January 30 - May 29 • 10am - Noon • Fee: $250
                                                              End of Sememster Talent Show on Thursday, May 26, at 7pm (admission $5).

                                                             Build A Career        (Ages 20 and up) (code: 10011)
                                                             Training in photography & Graphic Design, and learning the basic aspects of
                                                             what it takes to create a business. (Bring your own camera)
                                                             •Instructor: Yafit Avni •Wednesdays, 10am - Noon
                                                             Jan 26-May 25 (12 sessions) $250
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                                                               Hebraica
                           Hebraica Director: Guila Mermelszteyn, ext. 155




                                                                                                                               hebraica • p e r p e t u a t i n g J e w i s h i d e n t i t y
         Hebraica’s Youth Movement Director: Marleny Rosemberg, ext. 139
                              Administrative Assistant: Diani Azout, ext. 119
                                  Co-chairs: Samy Feld & Mindy Hardoon


 maccabi tzair
 Coordinator: Neal Buchholz, ext. 178
                                               grades K-10
 Co-chairs: Lia Fischer & Lynn Elovic                                                              Mission:
 Maccabi Tzair Miami, a branch of Maccabi World Union, serves as one of the                        Hebraica emphasizes the
 few “Jewish Youth Movements” in our community. Through its programming,                           importance of promoting
 Jewish youth are engaged in activities promoting Jewish identity, the People                      Jewish Identity, Jewish
 and Land of Israel, and Jewish socialization. Madrichim (Leaders) in our Youth                    values, a love for Israel,
 Program are graduates of our School of Madrichim, who have been trained                           and the importance of
 to conduct social, cultural, educational, and recreational activities with their                  family and community.
 Chanichim (group members) through varied peulot (activities).                                     Created to maintain
                                                                                                   cultural, religious, and

 youth program
                                                                                                   social ties, Hebraica
                                  grades K-8                                                       reaches out to all segments
                                                                                                   of our diverse Jewish
 Maccabi Tzair youth participants enjoy activities that promote Jewish life and                    community through
 tradition along with activities that embrace global awareness. Mitzvah                            ongoing youth programs,
 projects, educational and recreational trips, holiday celebrations, an                            holiday celebrations and
 overnight at the MAR-JCC, and machanot (overnight camping trips) are part                         festivals, family activities,
 of the overall program.                                                                           and lectures and seminars.


teen leadership program                                grade 9
One year leadership & adventure program that includes group building and
development, mitzvah projects, field trips, machanot, Jewish identity, and survival
instruction. Program culminates with a boot camp experience.

Name         Sessions              Meets         Code      Time        Grade        Fee
Youth       Jan 22-May17         Saturdays       50001      3-6pm       K-8         $180 M
Program*                                                                            $225 AM
                                                                                    $315 NM
Teen       Jan 22-May 17          Saturdays       50002     3-6pm         9         $115 M
Leadership                                                                          $145 AM
Program*                                                                            $200 NM

*Fee does not include costs for machanot, field trips,among other special events and activities.




school of madrichim                           grade 10
Chair: Karen Kaswan, Ivone Talmaciu

A YEAR-LONG Leadership Training Program for high school sophomores that
promotes Jewish identity and develops young Jewish leaders to work with Jewish
children and teens in our community. The SOM culminates with a 4-week summer
program in Israel for those who successfully fulfill the program’s requirements.
Registration will open in August for the 2011/12 program year.




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hebraica happenings & SAT/ACT prep classes   hebraica happenings                                    SAT/ACT prep classes
                                             Friday-Sunday • February 4-6                           Princeton Review
                                             Bamachol Rikudim Trip
                                             Orlando, Florida• Keff & Kochavim Dance Troupes
                                                                                                    SAT/ACT Courses
                                                                                                    at the MAR-JCC
                                             Sunday • February 20                                   Prepare for the May 7
                                                                                                    SAT Exam!
                                             Trip to “Harry Potter Express” for grades 6-9

                                             Sunday • March 6                                       •10 week/30 hour course
                                             Bamachol’s “Dancing With The World”                    •16 hours of testing
                                             International Folk Dance Festival                      •Learn important information
                                                                                                     and exam-taking strategies
                                             Sunday • March 20 • 11am - 6pm                         Sundays, 9am-noon (Class Days)
                                             Verbena Purim Festival                                 •February 27
                                             This annual celebration will feature carnival, music   •March 6, 20, 27
                                             & entertainment, costume contest, glatt Kosher
                                                                                                    •April 10
                                             food court, and the “tombola”- where everyone
                                                                                                    •May 1
                                             is a winner.
                                                                                                    Sundays, 9am-1pm (Test Days)
                                             Wednesday-Monday •March 30-April 4                     •February 20
                                             Bamachol Festival Aviv                                 •March 13
                                             Mexico City, Mexico • Ameinu Dance Troupe              •April 3,17

                                             Friday-Monday • April 1 - 4                            Prepare for the June 4
                                                                                                    SAT Exam!
                                             Bamachol New York Rikudim Festival
                                             New York, New York • Hora Keshet Dance Troupe
                                                                                                    Sundays, 9am-noon (Class Days)
                                             Wednesday-Wednesday •April 20-27                       •March 27
                                             Barcelona Bamachol Dance Awards                        •April 3,17
                                                                                                    •May 8, 15, 29
                                             Thursday-Tuesday •May 19-24
                                             Bamachol Canada Rikudim Festival                       Sundays, 9am-1pm (Test Days)
                                             Vancouver, Canada • Ruach Dance Troupe                 •March 20
                                                                                                    •April 10
                                             Wednesday • May 25                                     •May 1, 22
                                             Hebraica End Of The Year &
                                             School of Madrichim Graduation                         Prepare for the June 11
                                             Friday • May 27                                        ACT Exam!
                                             Bamachol’s 15th Annual Festival Yachad                 Sundays, 9am-noon (Class Days)
                                             Visiting Dance Groups Performance                      •March 27
                                             for local school groups and seniors                    •April 3,17
                                                                                                    •May 8,15
                                             Sunday • May 29                                        •June 5
                                             Bamachol’s 15 Annual Festival Yachad                   Sundays, 9am-1pm (Test Days)
                                             Gala Performance at the Broward Center                 •March 20
                                                                                                    •April 10
                                             Sunay • June 5
                                             Bamachol’s 15 Annual Festival Yachad                   •May 1,22
                                             Children’s Performance at the Julius Littman
                                             Performing Arts Theater                                     $499 - MAR-JCC Member
                                                                                                           $599 - Non-Member
                                             Tuesday • July 5                                           To register, call 1-800-2-REVIEW
                                             School of Madrichim departs for 4 week trip
                                             to Israel




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Bamachol Dance Academy
                                                             Director: Roger Weiger, ext. 152




                                                                                                                                    hebraica dance
                                                    Co-chairs: Esther Fuhrman & Nicole Papu
                                                             Honorary Chair: Tita Calemczuk


ISRAELI DANCE - RIKUDIM                         grades PK-3 - Adult
Our Israeli Dance (Rikudim) program is well known in our South Florida community. As a vehicle
to learn and maintain our Jewish culture and tradition, our children learn Rikudim (circle and
line dances) and choreographies throughout the year. Groups from 5th grade through college
have trips for special performances and dance festivals in Orlando (Universal Studios), New             Mission:
York, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, and Israel. Celebrate our Jewish heritage in a fun, high
energy, and friendly environment.
                                                                                                        Bamachol, which in Hebrew
                                                                                                        means “in the dance,” brings
                                                                                                        the Israeli concept of dance
Code     Class            Grade Days        Time          Instructor              Location              academy to our Michael-Ann
70010    Dardasim         PK3      Mon     4:15-5pm       Esther/Sarita            Aerobics
                                                                                                     Out!
                                                                                                        Russell JCC.
70013    Malachim         PK4      Wed      4-5pm         Anat/Buca/Jennifer       New Studio Sold
                                                                                                   Out! The combination of Israeli
70014    Metukim          K        Tues     4-5pm         Jenny/Adi G.             Katz      Sold       Dance, Ballet, Jazz, Latin,
70015    Metukim          K        Thurs    4-5pm         Jenny/Adi G.             New Studio
                                                                                                    ut!
                                                                                              old O
                                                                                                        and Hip-Hop offers a total
70017    Pishpishim       1        Thurs    4-5pm         Buca/Eugenia            Katz      S           experience in the diversity of
70018    Efrochim         2        Wed      5-6pm         Denise/Micaela          New Studio            dance styles and allows

70019    Habonim          3        Wed      5-6pm         Buca/Esther             Aerobics
                                                                                                        children to grow physically,
                                                                                                        socially, artistically, and
70020    Garinim          4        Wed      4-5pm         Denise/Sarita           Aerobics
                                                                                                  Out! Academy promotes skills
                                                                                                        creatively. Bamachol Dance
70021    Keff             5        Thurs    5-6pm         Margot/Ivette           Katz      Sold
70022    Kochavim         6        Thurs    6-7:30pm      Buca/Jenny              Aerobics              development, friendship,
                                                                                                  O ut! mutual respect, and Jewish
70023    Hora Keshet      7        Mon      4-6pm         Yael/Margot/Ivette      Katz      Sold
                                                                                                     t!
                                                                                  Aerobics Sold Ou supervision of highly
                                                                                                        culture, under the
70024    Ruach            8        Tues     6-7:30pm      Raquel/Raquel
70025    Ameinu           9        Tues     5-6:30pm      Denise/Buca             Katz                  qualified and talented staff.
70026    Nirkoda          10       Mon      6-8pm         Roger/Esther/Odaly      Katz                  The division into age groups

70027    Libeinu          11       Wed      6-8pm         Tammy                   Katz
                                                                                                        and class levels allows each
                                                                                                        child to have his/her own
70028    Hemshech      12-College Thurs     7:30-9:30pm   Roger                   Katz
                                                                                                    ut! on need and talent.
                                                                                               old O
                                                                                                        path of advancement, based
70029    Kulanu*          7-9      Wed      4-6pm         Tammy/Yael/Tammy        Katz       S
70030    Yachad*         10-12     Thurs    6-7:30pm      Tammy/Yael              Katz
70031    Caravan**        6-8      Tues     6:30-8pm      Roger/Silvio/Jenny      Katz
                                                                                                        Our Bamachol Dance
                                                                                                        Academy is performance
70032    Chavaya       Adults      Mon      9:30-10:30am Silvio                   Katz                  oriented - allowing each
                                                                                                        child to “learn dance, while
                                                                                                        dancing.” Being part of a
                                                                                                        choreography gives each
                                                                                                        child notions of space

Fees for new participants beginning January 24:
                                                                                                        orientation, the sense of
                                                                                                        belonging, and the
Grade/Program          Member                        Assoc Member                                       responsibility of having a
PreK 3 - 5             $325                          $405                                               place “in the dance,” which
6-9                    $380                          $475                                               will promote his/her growth
10 - College           $430                          $540                                               as an artist and as a person.
Kulanu/Yachad/Caravan* $280                          $350
Chavaya/Haftaah        $280                          $490 (Non-member)
*Kulanu and Yachad Dancers must first register for their regular classes. Upon a successful
audition, they may register for their respective groups.

**Bamachol Caravan is a performing troupe that sings and dances, performing in our local
South Florida community, bringing Israeli folklore and Jewish culture to their audience. Audition
required.
There is a mandatory $50 costume fee per child, per class.


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bamachol dance academy & festival yachad   Bamachol Dance Academy

                                           Ballet and Jazz             Grades PK3 - 7
                                           An introduction to Ballet and Jazz through technique, choreography, and
                                           dance games.
                                           Code      Class        Grade         Days      Time         Instructor    Location
                                           70000    Ballet        PK3           Tues      4-5pm          TBA         Ballet Studio
                                           70001    Ballet I      PK4-K         Thurs     4-5pm          TBA         Ballet Studio
                                           70003    Ballet II     PK4-K         Thurs     3-4pm          TBA         Ballet Studio
                                           Member: $305 • Associate Member: $385
                                           Ballet program will not be part of the performances. At the end of each session, there will
                                           be an open class where parents may watch their children’s achievments.




                                           Hip-Hop              Grades 1 - 10
                                           Bamachol brings a family oriented approach to this dance style. Through clean songs and dance
                                           movements, our children are introduced to this unique dance style.
                                           Code     Class           Grade        Days     Time         Instructor   Location
                                           70004    Hip-Hop     1     1-2         Thurs    4-5pm        Zedric      Aerobic Studio
                                           70005    Hip-Hop     II    3-5         Tues     5-6pm       Zedric       Aerobic Studio
                                           70006    Hip-Hop     III   6-7        Thurs    5-6pm        Zedric       Aerobic Studio
                                           70007    Hip-Hop     Team* 8-10        Fri     4-5:30pm     Zedric       Katz Aud.
                                           Hip Hop I, II or III: Member: $355 • Associate Member: $445
                                           Hip Hop Team: Member: $490 • Associate Member: $615
                                           *by invitation or audition only



                                                                  15th Annual Festival Yachad
                                                    showcasing the accomplishments of our Bamachol
                                                    Academy dancers and featuring other local dance
                                                   groups plus visiting dance groups from Latin America.

                                                                                    Friday • May 27
                                                                       Bamachol’s 15th Annual Festival Yachad
                                                                         Visiting Dance Groups Performance
                                                                             for local school groups and seniors

                                                                                    Sunday • May 29
                                                                      Bamachol’s 15th Annual Festival Yachad
                                                                      Gala Performance at the Broward Center

                                                                                    Sunday • June 5
                                                                    Bamachol’s 15th Annual Festival Yachad
                                                      Children’s Performance at the Julius Littman Performing Arts Theater

                                                                         Sponsorship Opportunities available
                                                          For further information, call Roger Weiger at 305-932-4200 x152



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                                  Hebraica
                     Cultural Arts Program




                                                                                                    enrichment & fine arts
                                                               Director: Roger Weiger, ext. 152


fine arts          grades PK3 - 5
Enhance creativity and imagination, using different media and art forms.
Arts & Crafts, Art, or Painting: Member: $345 / Associate Member: $435
Ceramics:                        Member: $400 / Associate Member: $500
Class             Grade              Days               Time           Instructor           Code
Art               K-2                Mon                4-5pm          Miryam Adatto        70035
Painting          K-2                Tues               4-5pm          Miryam Adatto        70036
Painting          3-5                Tues               5-6pm          Miryam Adatto        70037
Ceramics          K-2                Wed                5-6pm          Miryam Adatto        70038
Ceramics          3-5                Wed                4-5pm          Miryam Adatto        70039
Ceramics          K-2                Thurs              4-5pm          Miryam Adatto        70040
Ceramics          3-5                Thurs              5-6pm          Miryam Adatto        70041
Arts & Crafts     PK3-K              Thurs          3:15-4pm           Jenny Moscatel       70042




private piano lessons                              grades K & up
Based on a 1/2 hour class. All ages welcome. Includes end of semester recital.

Class           Days                         Time               Instructor              Location
Piano           Mon-Thurs                    3-6:30pm           Alexandra Broyde         Library
                Friday                       3-5pm
1x week: Member: $490 • Associate Member: $615 • Code - 70043
2x week: Member: $980 • Associate Member: $1,225 • Code - 70044




musical theatre                        grades 1-4
An introduction to the musical world filled with singing, staging, rhyming, and instrument
exploration. Music classes will introduce instruments like Glockenspiel, Dullsimer, and Recorder.
Acting classes will include live performances in different venues (auditions may be required).
Days       Time         Instructor      Location               Code
Tues       4-5:30pm Marybeth            Senior Lounge          70045
Member: $335 • Associate Member: $420




be a chef                grades 1 - 4
Learn how to cook like the pros and prepare incredible dishes, treats, and special foods for
your families at home!
Days         Time       Instructor        Location        Code
Wed         5-6pm      Jenny Moscatel     Kitchen-ASP 70046
Member: $355 • Associate Member: $445




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                                          Israel programs & resource center
                                          Community Shaliach: Dror Gershoni, ext. 128                   Chair: Mindy Hardoon
shlichut

                                          Cultural and Educational Programs
                                          •CAFÉ LA ISRAEL...Israel Over Coffee
                                          Programming in a relaxed setting (either in Elsie’s Café or the Kiblisky Lounge) that features
                                          lectures, music, and literature depicting contemporary Israeli cultural life.

                                          •SHIRA B’TZIBUR     • Wednesday, January 12, 8:30 pm
                                          A sing-along of Israeli songs, old and new, with popular entertainer Benji Rafaeli. Tix $5
      The Israel Programs and
      Resource Center is a central        •ISRAEL EDUCATION SERIES A community initiative to begin in February, to provide high
      resource to strengthen the ties     school seniors with the background and knowledge of the Middle East conflict, in preparation
      that connect Miami-Dade             for involvement in Israel/Jewish life on the college campus.
      County Jewry with the People
      and Culture of Israel. The Israel   •LECTURE WITH YAAKOV KATZ • Wednesday, March 2, 6 pm
      Programs and Resource Center,       Security Affairs reporter for the Jerusalem Post will speak about Israel in the media and provide
      under the direction of a            an overview of Israel’s security situation. Free Admission
      Community Shaliach, is made
      possible through the combined       Holiday Celebrations
      efforts of the MAR-JCC and the
                                          •COMMUNITY TU B’SHVAT CELEBRATION • Sunday, January 23, 11 am 3 pm
      Greater Miami Jewish
                                          The MAR-JCC and Posnack JCC, along with synagogues, days schools, and other community
      Federation, with support from
                                          organizations join together at TY PARK for holiday related programs and activities including
      the Jewish Agency for Israel        planting, arts and crafts, mini Tu B’Shvat Seder, Israeli dancing, and scouting activities along
      and Maccabi World Union.            with inflatables, glatt kosher food (for sale), and vendors for your shopping pleasure.
                                          Free admission to program/Park admission applies
      This year, North Miami Dade’s
      relationship with our Partnership   •SOUTH FLORIDA CELEBRATES ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY • Monday, May 9, 4 pm
      Community of Yerucham               Community organizations, synagogues, and day schools join together to honor the State of
      (Israel) is being strengthened      Israel on its 63rd birthday. Interactive activity stations, exhibits, glatt kosher Israeli-style food
      through the presence of Noa         court, entertainment, films, lectures, torch lighting ceremony, and Solidarity Walk are just some
      Sabag and Avigail Ilan. These       of the program highlights. Open to the community – free admission.
      two post-high school young
      adults are representing their       •FESTIVAL SHIRIM • Tuesday, May 10, Begins 9 am Students from area Jewish Day Schools
      home town of Yerucham as            converge on the MAR-JCC to celebrate Israel 63 with music, dance, and song presentations.
      “Shinshiniyot” - cultural           Program will also include participation in Israel 63 interactive activity stations.
      emissaries - who bring the
      flavor of Israel and Zionistic      •LAG B’OMER…on the Oleta • Saturday, May 21, 9 pm Kayak under the moon on the Oleta
      spirit of Yerucham to classroom     River, and celebrate this holiday with a beach bonfire and barbecue.
      settings in Jewish day schools
      and Hebrew schools, as well as      Israel Cinema Nights
      to Jewish youth groups and          Contemporary Israeli film is brought to the big screen on a bi-monthly basis, providing the
      organizations. This program is      viewer a glimpse into Israeli society and culture. Films have English subtitles and are screened
      made possible through the           at the Intracoastal Mall. Tickets - $10, may be purchased in advance by calling 305-932-4200,
      Greater Miami Jewish                ext.128, or at the theater - 45 minutes prior to the start of the movie.
      Federation’s Miami/Yerucham
      Partnership.                        • THE MATCHMAKER • Thursday, February 3, 8 pm This award winning Avi Nesher film is set in
                                          1968 Haifa, where Arik, a teenage boy, gets a job working for Holocaust survivor, Yankele Bride,
                                          a matchmaker, whose office is located in back of a movie theater that shows only love stories.
                                          Yankele introduces Arik to a new world, built on the ruins of an old one. A coming of age
                                          movie that mixes comedy with drama.

                                          • THE HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER • Thursday, April 7, 8pm In this award-winning Eran
                                          Riklis film, a Human Resources Manager at Israel’s largest bakery finds himself the unlikely
                                          chaperone of the body of a young Russian woman. The story speaks to the ever-present threat
                                          of violence in Jerusalem and the increasing sense of social dislocation.

                                          • FIVE HOURS FROM PARIS • Thursday, June 2, 8 pm This Leonid Prudovsky film was the
                                          recipient of the First Place prize at the Haifa International Film Festival (in 2009). Yigal is a taxi
                                          driver with a burning desire to visit Paris, but his fear of flying stands in the way of purchasing a
                                          ticket. He forms a deep emotional bond with a married Russian immigrant, Lina, who is
                                          planning to immigrate to Canada. What are the chances of these two individuals ending up
                                          together?

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                                                  Rabbi Norman Mussman
                                                  Cultural Arts Department




                                                                                                                                   lieberman Children’s Cultural Arts Series/Jewish book series
“With the support of the Miami-Dade County


                                                                 Director: David Surowitz, ext. 127
Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural
Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor


                                                    Honorary Chairs: George and Marla Bergmann
and Board of County Commissioners.”




Alan and Diane Lieberman Children’s Cultural Arts Series
Celebrating its 16th season, the Alan and Diane Lieberman Children’s Cultural Arts Series has
developed into an important cultural arts program for young audiences in North Miami-Dade.            The Rabbi Norman
Since its inception in 1995/1996, the Series has served as an important introduction into the         Mussman Cultural Arts
world of the arts through music, dance, and theatre performances by professional artists and          Department brings quality
theatre companies. Each program, designed to serve both as educational and entertaining               cultural arts programming
experiences, will be offered on school days and serve as field trip experiences for both public       for all ages to the MAR-
and private schools in the North Miami-Dade community.                                                JCC and works
                                                                                                      collaboratively with other
A Study Buddy accompanies each production, serving as a useful educational tool for
                                                                                                      JCC departments to
teachers who, in advance, familiarize their students with the subject matter and program
content. A question and answer period follows each performance so that the audience may               maximize opportunities
have an opportunity to interact with the performing artists. The second half of the season            for all segments of our
concludes with...                                                                                     community to enjoy our
                                                                                                      many offerings including
JUNGLE BOOK                                                                                           theatre performances,
                                                                                                      concerts, films, book
Friday, May 13, 10am/Scheck Family Gymnasium
                                                                                                      reviews, and Jewish
by Theatre IV (for grades K-2)                                                                        educational lectures and
                                                                                                      seminars.
Join young Mowgli as he learns the “Laws” of the jungle with the help of his friends Bagheera,
the black panther, and Baloo, the lovable bear. Cheer as Mowgli faces his fear and foils his
nemesis, the tiger, Shere Kahn, and learns the meaning of friendship. Adapted from the book
by Rudyard Kipling.

DARWIN THE DINOSAUR
Thursday, May 19, 10am/Julius Littman Performing Arts Theater
by Corbian Visual arts and Dance (for grades 2-6)

Darwin is much more than a pet; he is a dinosaur – a wild and primitive creature. His animal
instincts take over and he has no choice but to succumb. In Darwin’s exploration, he
encounters many different types of living creatures, learning the value of both good and bad,
love and hate, friends and enemies. What Darwin takes from these life lessons are up to him,
and only he can decide his fate.


The Jewish Book Series                                • Alternating Wednesdays, 1 – 2:30pm
Chairs: Stuart Lieberman & Shulamit Gittelson • Consultant: Dr. Abraham Gittelson
Free bi-monthly book reviews of Jewish interest, at the MAR-JCC. Reviewers will present the
historical, cultural, and ethical values of our rich Jewish heritage.

January 12 - Howard Herskowitz will review his book Aaron’s Journey from Slave to Master:
A True Story

January 26 - Hersh Adlerstein will review A Lethal Obsession: Anti-semitism from Antiquity to
the Global Jihad by Robert S. Wistrich

February 9 - Rabbi Efrat Zarren-Zohar will review The Ten Commandments: How Our Most
Ancient Moral Text Can Renew Modern Life: by David Hazony

February 23 - Goldie Witrock, with JBI Library, will review Bintel Brief and Outwitting History:
The Amazing Adventures of a Man Who Rescued a Million Yiddish Books by Aaron Lansky

March 9 - Rabbi David Young will review 36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of
Fiction by Rebecca Newberger Goldstein

March 23 - Rabbi Mario Rojzman will review Have a Little Faith: A True Story by Mitch Albom

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                                                                                        Rabbi Norman Mussman Cultural Arts Department
                                                                                        Director: David Surowitz, ext. 127 • Honorary Chairs: George & Marla Bergman
the J’s Cultural Arts Theatre Season/habimah society
                                                                                        Artistic Director: Dr. Michael Andron, ext. 130
                                                                                        Educational Director: Lillian Andron, ext. 130
                                                                                        Business Manager: Ana Marie Hernandez, ext. 150
                                                                                        Co-chairs: Denise Tamir & Joanne Don                  The J’s Cultural Arts Theatre




                                                                                        J-CAT 2010-2011 Theatre Season
                                                                                        J-CAT presents six productions during its theatre season in addtion to providing a venue
                                                       Who we are:                      for performances by professional theatre companies. Drawing upon community theatre
                                                                                        roots, our actors and techies make up a volunteer ensemble that showcases their love
                                                       J-CAT is the educational         and passion for theatre.
                                                       theatre arm of the
                                                       MAR-JCC, a year-round            ALL AUDITIONS are by appointment. The shows will be listed on the J-CAT website
                                                       program for youth,               (www.jcctheatre.com) with a description and requirements of the characters. For more
                                                       teens, and adults.               information and to schedule an audition, contact Lillian Andron at 305-308-8055.
                                                                                        Rounding off the second half of J-CAT’s theatre season are the following productions:
                                                       J-CAT initiates students
                                                       of all ages to the               THE BOYS NEXT DOOR by Tom Griffin: The funny and poignant story of four men
                                                       magical world of theatre         living in a group home and their daily trials and tribulations. Directed by Michael Andron.
                                                       through a full season of         Show Dates: January 13-23
                                                       productions, Summer
                                                       Stock Theatre Camp,              THE BLACK JEW DIALOGUES by Ron Jones & Larry Jay Tish: This comedy
                                                       and a whole range of             combines fast paced scetches, improvisations, and multi-media, as it explores the history
                                                       classes and workshops            and absurdity of predjudice and racism within the context of the American Black-Jew
                                                       in acting, improvisation,        experience. Performed by Emmy award-winner Ron Jones and Florida native, Larry Jay Tish.
                                                       and technical theatre.           Show Dates: February 3-6

                                                                                        MY FAVORITE SHORTS: A fun and provocative evening of short plays designed to
                                                       Ticket Information:              showcase our student actors. From comedy, to drama, to melodrama, to farce, a truly
                                                                                        engaging and electric evening of theatre. Directed by Michael Andron.
                                                       Tickets for all shows may
                                                                                        Show Dates: March 2-13
                                                       be purchased on-line at
                                                       www.jcctheatre.com, or
                                                                                        YOO HOO, MRS. BLOOM! (The Gertrude Berg Story)
                                                       call 1-866-811-4111.
                                                                                        A warm-hearted drama starring Elayne Wilks that chronicles the life of a writer/actress in
                                                                                        the 1940’s and 50’s after supporting her family through the Depression. Gerturde Berg
                                                       All seats are reserved.
                                                                                        won the Tony Award for Best Actress for her performance in A Majority of One, in 1959.
                                                                                        Prior to that, she won the first ever Emmy Award for Lead Actress in a comedy series for
                                                       Ticket prices:                   her role in The Goldbergs.
                                                       $20 general admission            Show Dates: March 30-April 10
                                                       $12 seniors/full-time students
                                                       Group Rates are available.       RADIUM GIRLS by D.W. Gregory
                                                                                        Based on the harrowing true story of New Jersey's famous "Radium Girls." This riveting play
                                                       To receive show updates          raises the question "When something proves too good to be true, is it best to look the
                                                       and audition information,        other way? Directed by Michael Andron.
                                                       be sure to add your name         Audition Dates: March 7,9,14 • Show Dates: May 11-22
                                                       to the J-CAT mailing list by
                                                       visiting the website,

                                                                                        THE HABIMAH SOCIETY
                                                       www.jcctheatre.com.

                                                                                        Chair: Adrienne Scheck
                                                                                        Knowing that a theatre program cannot be sustained by ticket sales alone, the Habimah
                                                                                        Society provides an invaluable source of support to J-CAT’s year-round program through
                                                                                        fund raising projects and financial contributions. No gift is too small, or for that matter, too
                                                                                        large. Gifts of $1,000 or more recieve choice seating for all J-CAT productions. Visit us at
                                                                                        www.jcctheatre.com to learn how you can become part of the Habimah Society.

                                                                                        Mark your calendars for the J-CAT Cares Boutique on Tuesday, April 5, for your
                                                                                        shopping pleasure - Jewelry, clothing, purses, accessories, footwear and much more!


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                                         Rabbi Norman Mussman
                                         Cultural Arts Department




                                                                                                           J - C AT T h e a t r e C l a s s e s
    The J’s Cultural Arts Theatre




J-CAT Theatre Classes                           (Grade1-Adult)
All the classes will participate in an end-of-season presentation for family and friends.

Instructors: Lillian Andron is a certified Meisner instructor, having trained with world renowned
Meisner instructor, Larry Silverberg. Ana Marie Hernandez is a child education specialist and a
graduate from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and the University of Miami. Ana’s
conservatory training and stimulating curricula focus on the various forms of circus training,
theatre, dance, video production, and music. Stephanie St. James, nominee for the NAACP
Best Supporting Actress award for her role in The National Broadway Tour of Oprah Winfrey
presents The Color Purple, has toured the planet in many national tours, has starred in
Footloose, Fame, Rent and Grease, and has wowed audiences, including President Obama,
everywhere!

Creative Theatre Fun (grades 5-12) Instructor: Ana Marie Hernandez
Tuesday, 4-5pm, Jan 25-May 31 • Member - $275 / Associate Member - $345
A FUN introduction to performing on stage for your young star! Students play improvisation
games and exercise their creativity in front of a live audience to develop their comedic skills,
learn the rules of live improvisation, and develop techniques necessary to improve their
concentration skills and creative repertoire. Code: 15002

Young Film Makers (grades 5-12) Instructor: Ana Marie Hernandez
Wednesday, 5-6pm, Jan 26-June 1 • Member - $275 / Associate Member - $345
Students will learn how to tell a story with a camera as they write scripts, film, edit, and star in
their own movies. This class challenges students to use their creativity in the film and television
medium and is necessary for any student wanting to create, act, and direct his/her own films.
Code: 15004

A Young Actors Workshop (grades 5-12) Instructor: Ana Marie Hernandez
Wedesday, 4-5pm, Jan 26-June 1 • Member - $275 / Associate Member - $345
An introduction to theatre including audition techniques, stage geography and lingo,
blocking skills, acting methods character development, script analysis, comedic timing, and
much more! This class is the foundation for future work on stage. Code: 15008

Broadway Musical Master Class - Instructor: Stephanie St. James
This class will explore the multiple theatrical demands of acting, singing, and dancing, by
working on a variety of musical scenes and bringing them to performance level.
Grades 5-12: Monday, 4-5:30pm, March 21-June 6 (Code: 15000)
Grades 1-4: Thursday, 4-5:30pm March 24-June 2 (Code: 15001)
$200 Member/$250 Associate Member


Acting for TV/Film (grades 5-12)- Instructor: Stephanie St. James
Thursday, 5-6pm, March 24-June 2 • $200 Member/$250 Associate Member
This exciting new course will teach students how to audition for film and television as they learn
the basics, nuances, and subtleties of performing in front of a camera. The class is different
from our video production class in that it will focus on acting, rather than writing, directing,
and producing for the film industry. Code: 15003

Meisner Workshop (high school-adult)- Instructor: Lillian Andron
Monday, 7-9pm, (10 classes) Begins February 7
Member - $200 / Associate Member - $250 / Non Member-$300
What do Grace Kelly, Gregory Peck, Robert Duval, Susan Sarandon, Diane Keaton, and Jeff
Goldblum have in common? They all trained in the Meisner technique. Now this transformative
system for training actors is at J-CAT in Lillian Andron’s adult acting classes. This is a serious class
for serious students and enrollment is limited. Code: 15006




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                                                                       Rabbi Norman Mussman
                                             Culturally oriented
                                             programs featuring
                                                                       Cultural Arts Department                                                  “With the support of the Miami-Dade County
                                                                                                                                                 Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural
book reviews, lectures, films, and more...
                                                                                                                                                 Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor
                                                                                                                                                 and Board of County Commissioners.”

                                             book reviews, films,
                                             lectures, and             Cultural and Educational Programs
                                             discussions whose goal    •CAFÉ LA ISRAEL...Israel Over Coffee Programming in a relaxed setting (either in Elsie’s
                                             is to create              Café or the Kiblisky Lounge) that features lectures, music, and literature depicting
                                             educationally             contemporary Israeli cultural life.
                                             stimulating programs      •SHIRA B’TZIBUR • Wednesday, January 12, 8:30 pm A sing-along of Israeli songs…old and
                                             to enrich both the mind   new…with popular entertainer Benji Rafaeli. Complimentary coffee will be served –
                                             and spirit.               additional light refreshments will be available for purchase at Elsie’s Café.
                                                                       •ISRAEL EDUCATION SERIES A community initiative to begin in February, to provide high
                                                                       school seniors with the background and knowledge of the Middle East conflict, in
                                                                       preparation for involvement in Israel/Jewish life on the college campus. For further
                                                                       information, contact Dror Gershoni.
                                                                       •LECTURE WITH YAAKOV KATZ • Wednesday, March 2, 6 pm Security Affairs reporter for
                                                                       the Jerusalem Post will speak about Israel in the media and provide an overview of Israel’s
                                                                       security situation. Free Admission

                                                                       Israel Cinema Nights
                                                                       Contemporary Israeli film is brought to the big screen on a bi-monthly basis, providing the
                                                                       viewer a glimpse into Israeli society and culture. Films have English subtitles and are
                                                                       screened at the Sunrise Cinemas Intracoastal. Tickets - $10, may be purchased in advance
                                                                       by calling Dror Gershoni, 305-932-4200, ext. 128, or at the theater - 45 minutes prior to the
                                                                       start of the movie.
                                                                       •THE MATCHMAKER • Thursday, February 3, 8 pm This award winning Avi Nesher film is set
                                                                       in 1968 Haifa, where Arik, a teenage boy, gets a job working for Holocaust survivor, Yankele
                                                                       Bride, a matchmaker, whose office is located in back of a movie theater that shows only
                                                                       love stories. Yankele introduces Arik to a new world, built on the ruins of an old one. In this
                                                                       coming of age movie that mixes comedy with drama, we will see the disparate parts of
                                                                       Arik’s life collide in unexpected ways as he lives through a summer that changes him forever.

                                                                       •THE HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER • Thursday, April 7, 8pm In this award-winning Eran
                                                                       Riklis film, a Human Resources Manager at Israel’s largest bakery finds himself the unlikely
                                                                       chaperone of the body of a young Russian woman. The story speaks to the ever-present
                                                                       threat of violence in Jerusalem and the increasing sense of social dislocation.

                                                                       •FIVE HOURS FROM PARIS • Thursday, June 2, 8 pm This Leonid Prudovsky film was the
                                                                       recipient of the First Place prize at the Haifa International Film Festival (in 2009). Yigal is a taxi
                                                                       driver with a burning desire to visit Paris, a five hour flight from Tel Aviv, but his fear of flying
                                                                       stands in the way of purchasing a ticket. He forms a deep emotional bond with a married
                                                                       Russian immigrant, Lina, who is planning to immigrate to Canada. As the movie unfolds, we
                                                                       will see what are the chances of these two individuals ending up together.


                                                                       15th Annual Festival Yachad
                                                                       Showcasing the accomplishments of our Bamachol Academy dancers and featuring other
                                                                       local dance groups plus visiting dance groups from Latin America
                                                                       •Friday, May 27
                                                                       Bamachol’s 15th Annual Festival Yachad Visiting Dance Groups Performance
                                                                       Free performance for local school groups and seniors

                                                                       •Sunday, May 29
                                                                       Bamachol’s 15th Annual Festival Yachad Gala Performance
                                                                       At the Broward Center for Performing Arts

                                                                       •Sunday, June 5
                                                                       Bamachol’s 15th Annual Festival Yachad Children’s Performance
                                                                       At the Julius Littman Performing Arts Theater

                                                                       Sponsorship Opportunities available • Watch MAR-JCC’s newsletter for details and
                                                                       ticket information • For further information, call Roger Weiger, at 305-932-4200 x152

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                                   Kosher




     Elsie’s Cafe’ Hours:            Kosher Subway Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-8pm        Monday-Thursday, 11am-9pm
   Friday, 7:30am-3:30pm               Friday, 11am-3pm
      Sunday, 8am-2pm                 Sunday, 11am-8pm
                                      www.koshersubway.net
       786-345-1772                       305-663-9883

   Starbucks Coffee, a smoothie, a sub, or just a nosh-
Make it a Great Day at Elsie’s Cafe’ or Kosher Subway!
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                                                             Charles & Shirley Krone Adult
                                                             Services Dept.
older adult services & TQOL
                                                             Director: Iris Mizrahi, MSW, ext. 228
                                                             Social Worker: Galit Shemesh-Leibovici, MSW, ext. 142
                                                             Adult Services Administrative Ass’t.: Miriam Meislik, ext. 144
                                                             Co-chairs: Allen Zack & Stuart Liberman

                                                             FREE Services
                                                             JCC Transportation Service:
                        The Krone Adult Services             Free door-to-door transportation to and from the MAR-JCC within boundaries is available.
                        Department:                          For registration and information, call: (305) 932-4200, ext. 179. Funded by the Alliance for Aging.
                        provides a variety of educational,
                        physical, social, travel, cultural
                                                             JCC Weekly Thursday Shopper’s Service:
                                                             Free grocery shopping transportation! Round trip door-to-door from your home
                        activities and programs, and
                        support groups and other             to the Publix Supermarket at Skylake Mall. Seating is on a first come-first served
                        services to meet the needs of our    basis and boundaries apply. Program is made possible through the Lorraine Fay
                        adult population.                    Linder Grocery Shopping Transportation Fund for Senior Citizens and Publix
                                                             Supermarkets Charities. Reserve by Tuesday noon: (305) 932-4200, ext. 179.
                                                             In-house Intake Counselor:
                                                             A free service. Meet with our intake counselor to either assess one’s physical and emotional
                                                             needs or to locate community resources. For a confidential appointment, call (305) 932-4200,
                                                             ext. 142.

                                                             Nutritional Hot Meals Program:
                                                             A free Kosher lunch is served at the MAR-JCC, Monday-Friday, at 11 am, to anyone age 60+.
                                                             Call Jewish Community Services for information and registration: (305) 899-8301.
                                                             Kosher Home-Delivered Meals:
                                                             For adults 60+. Each meal consists of 1/3 of the daily nutrition required for adults. Call Jewish
                                                             Community Services for information and registration: (305) 899-8301.

                                                             The “Quality of Life” – Senior Wellness Program (TQOL)
                                                             Chair: Carol Kaufman
                                                             TQOL is funded by the State of Florida through the Alliance for Aging, by
                                                             Miami-Dade County, by the United Way of Miami-Dade, and by the Health
                                                             Foundation of South Florida. TQOL uses fitness and exercise training to improve
                                                             the ability of senior adults to perform necessary activities of daily living and
                                                             utilizes social events and educational programs to enhance and promote each participant’s
                                                             emotional wellness. The TQOL program is open to all year-round Florida residents over the age
                                                             of 60. Call (305) 932-4200 ext. 142, for more information.
                                                             TQOL also offers to its members, free monthly Monday health related lectures. Mark your calendar
                                                             for the following...

                                                             •The Most Advanced Treatments & Technologies Available for Foot,
                                                              Ankle, and Leg Problems
                                                              January 3, 12:30pm • Speaker: Dr. Abraham Wagner
                                                              Sponsored by Arthritis & Rheumatic Disease Specialties

                                                             •Chronic Back Pain: New Procedure
                                                              March 7, 12:30pm • Speaker: Dr. Edward Fankoski
                                                              Sponsored by Internatinoal Pain Physicians of South Florida. Discussion about new
                                                              procedures and approaches to chronic back pain.

                                                             •Seven Steps to a More Youthful Life
                                                              April 4, 12:30pm • Speaker: Dr. Natalia Kogan, DC
                                                              Sponsored by the Center for Holistic Health Care

                                                             •How To Maintain Good Hearing & Balance
                                                              May 2, 12:30pm
                                                              Sponsored by the National Balance Center
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Charles & Shirley Krone Adult Services Dept.
                                                                    at a glance...




                                                                                                   older Adult programs & classes
SUNDAYS
Israeli Dance • Ongoing-Now in its 23rd Year!
• Beginners – 7:30pm • Intermediate/Advanced – 8:30 – 11:30pm
Instructor: Peggy Elimelech
Individual Class: MAR-JCC Member - $4 Non-Member - $6

MONDAYS
Current Events • Free for all! • 10 – 11:30am, Ongoing
Discussion on today’s events & insight on tomorrow’s news
Instructors: Rhoda Sigman & David Surowitz

Canasta Game • Free for all! • 10am – 1pm, Ongoing
Whether you are a beginner or an expert, join our game! • Instructor: Anita Karl

Knitting Club • Free to MAR-JCC & TQOL Members • 12:30-2:30pm, Ongoing
Instructor: Professional knitter, Alicia Stern, owner of Mexico’s famous knitting factory
& store, Lichas’ Place. Non-Member - $5 per class

TUESDAYS
Mah-Jongg • 9am—Noon, Ongoing
MAR-JCC Member – Free  Non-Member - $3 • Instructor: Eudis Weiller
Funny Club • Free for all! • 10:30am – Noon, Ongoing
For laughs, laughs, and more laughs • Instructor: Eli Silverman

Mall Hoppers Club
Shop ‘til you drop! Join us on Tuesdays for different shopping experiences at various malls
throughout Miami-Dade and Broward. Departs JCC at 9:30 am, and returns at
approximately 3pm. Lunch on your own. For more information, call 305-932-4200, ext. 144.
MAR-JCC Member – $5              Non-Member - $8
         January 11 – Festival Flea Market, Pompano Beach
         February 15 - Town Center, Boca Raton
         March 15 - Sawgrass Mills, Sunrise

Coping with the Loss of a Loved One • 1 – 2:30pm, Ongoing
Bereavement support group in cooperation with Jewish Community Services in
response to the grief that follows and the life that continues.
Facilitator: Ann Miller, MSW/$3 fee per week.
Pre-registration with group facilitator is a must - call 305-331-1899.
Drawing & Painting • Free for all! • 2 – 3pm, Ongoing
Learn basic drawing & painting techniques using the elements and principles of
design. Sponsored by North Miami Adult Education Center. • Instructor: Dale Gary

WEDNESDAYS
The Jewish Book Series • Alternating Wednesdays, 1 – 2:30pm
Co-chairs: Stuart Lieberman & Shulamit Gittelson • Consultant: Dr. Abraham Gittelson
Free bi-monthly book reviews of Jewish interest, at the MAR-JCC.

January 12 - Howard Herskowitz will review his book Aaron’s Journey from Slave to Master: A
True Story
January 26 - Hersh Adlerstein will review A Lethal Obsession: Anti-semitism from Antiquity to
the Global Jihad by Robert S. Wistrich
February 9 - Rabbi Efrat Zarren-Zohar will review The Ten Commandments: How Our Most
Ancient Moral Text Can Renew Modern Life: by David Hazony
February 23 - Goldie Witrock, with JBI Library, will review Bintel Brief and Outwitting History:
The Amazing Adventures of a Man Who Resued a Million Yiddish Books by Aaron Lansky
March 9 - Rabbi David Young will review 36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of
Fiction by Rebecca Newberger Goldstein
March 23 - Rabbi Mario Rojzman will review Have a Little Faith: A True Story by Mitch Albom

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                                   Charles & Shirley Krone Adult Services Dept.
                                   THURSDAYS
older adult programs and classes
                                   Now You Can Hear The Rest Of The Story • Free for all! • 11am – 1pm, Ongoing
                                   Fun facts, stories on history, religion, and of course trivia.
                                   Instructor: Sam Richter

                                   Jewelry Design Class • 10:30am - Noon (Beginners) 12:30-2pm (Advanced)
                                   January 6 - February 24
                                   Create necklaces, bracelets and earrings, utilizing the bead stringing method.
                                   Instructor: Amy Werba
                                   MAR-JCC Member - $48 / Non-Member - $60 (8 classes, materials not included)

                                   International Relations • Free for all! • 1 – 2:30pm, Ongoing
                                   Discuss hot topics of current international news, politics, & more!
                                   Sponsored by North Miami Adult Education Center.
                                   Instructor: Albert Sheridan

                                   Express Yourself Through Music • Free for all! • Thursdays, Noon - 1:15pm
                                   January 13 - March 3
                                   Join us for a supportive musical discussion group that will explore your inner self, express
                                   emotion, and much more all through music. With Galit Shemesh-Leibovici, MSW, and
                                   Melinda Souffrant, Social Work Student Intern.

                                   FRIDAYS
                                   CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP • Free for all! • 10-11:30am - Jan 7, Feb 3, March 4, April 1
                                   Support group in cooperation with the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital at Douglas
                                   Gardens.
                                   Instructor: Shyla Ford Marchion, LCSW

                                                 SOUP, SANDWICH, SOCIALIZING, AND SHOW
                                                Enjoy a J-CAT Adult Production, preceded by lunch at Elsie’s Cafe
                                    Lunch will include soup, and a panini or wrap, and coffee. Meet at Elsie’s at 12:30pm
                                                    Lunch & Show - MAR-JCC Member: $22 • Non-member: $27
                                   The Boys Next Door • Sunday, January 16 - Curtain rises at 2pm
                                   The funny and poignant story of four men living in a group home and their daily trials and
                                   tribulations. By Tom Griffin. RSVP to ext. 144 by January 12
                                   Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Bloom! (The Gertrude Berg Story) • Sunday, April 3 - Curtain rises at 2pm
                                   A warm-hearted drama starring Elayne Wilks that chronicles the life of a writer/actress in the
                                   1940’s and 50’s who won an Emmy, a Tony, and the hearts of the American People.
                                   RSVP to ext. 144 by March 30
                                   Radium Girls • Sunday, May 15 - Curtain rises at 2pm
                                   Based on the harrowing true story of New Jersey’s famous Radium Girls, this riveting play raises
                                   the question “When something proves to good to be true, is it best to look the other way?”
                                   By D.W. Gregory. RSVP to ext. 144 by May 11


                                                                   LANGUAGE CLASSES
                                                     Advance registration required. Call: 305-932-4200 x144
                                   ESOL • Free for all! • Fridays, 10am – Noon, Ongoing
                                   Join us for fun and friendly conversational English lessons.
                                   Sponsored by the North Miami Adult Education Center.
                                   Instructor: Indra Deve
                                   Conversational Hebrew
                                   Wednesdays - Session I (Jan 12 - Feb 16) • Session II (Feb 23 - March 30)
                                   MAR-JCC Member - $50 / Non-Member - $75 (per session-6 classes)
                                   Intermediate: 10 - 11am • Beginner: 11am - noon

                                   Conversational Spanish
                                   Thursdays, Session I (Jan 6 - Feb 10) • Session II (Feb 24 - March 31)
                                   MAR-JCC Member - $50 / Non-Member - $75 (per session-6 classes)
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Of Jewish Interest...




                                                                                        jewish cultural programs and special events
Lecture Series -      Jews In Early America (1654-1800)
Tuesdays, January 4, 11, 18, 25 • 6-8pm
History enthusiast, MAR-JCC Board Member, and life long Floridian, Mike Segal will
begin tracing the Jewish presence in America, from the beginning of its
colonization to its early years of independence, while we learn about the
development of Jewish communal life and the impact of this small community
during America’s formative years.

Holiday Celebrations…
International Purim Celebration
Friday, March 18, 11am
Learn more about the holiday. Enjoy traditional songs by the JCC preschool
children. Light refreshments provided.
Tickets: $10 in advance • At Door: $18

Annual Intergenerational Model Seder
Wednesday, April 13, 11am
With National Honor Society students from Hillel Day School. Light Pesach lunch
included.
Tickets: $10 in advance • At Door: $18

Israel 63 ‘Ruach’ Breakfast
Friday, May 6, 10am
Traditional Israeli breakfast followed by a musical performance.
Tickets: $10 in advance • At Door: $18


Special Events…

             2011 Senior Health Fair - A Spicey Affair!
                       Tuesday, February 8, 9am-2pm
 Free Community Event focusing on good nutrition and healthful food choices for
                         senior adults, highlighted by:

                            •Health Screenings including:
        Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar, Hearing, Cholesterol, Balance and more
                            •Guest Speakers presenting:
   How to read nutrition fact labels, How to make the right choices at the grocery
store, Kosher Food-food that answers to a higher authority?, Food Safety & Hygiene
                                         PLUS:
  Eating Competition, Food Demonstrations, Raffles, Complimentary Refreshments,
                   Latin Cardio Exercise Class, and much more...


                            Senior Celebration!
                          Friday, May 20, 11am-2pm
                                     Featuring:
•Shabbat Lunch •Music • Dancing • Entertainment •Socialization •Raffles
•Year Book Distribution
If purchased by April 30:           If purchased from May 1-19
One Ticket: $12                     One Ticket: $15
Two Tickets: $20                    Two Tickets: $25
If purchased at the door on May 20: $18

Advertising opportunities in Year Book - for rate information call 305-932-4200 x 144

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                     S.A.S.
                                           Seniors On The Go...
                     Socially
seniors on the go!                         •The Kravis Center in West Palm Beach: Beauty and the Beast
                                           Wednesday, January 5, Departs at noon
                     Active                Enjoy an afternoon of great music and theatre, followed by Kravis Center tour.

                     Seniors
                                           MAR-JCC Member- $65/ Non–Member- $78
                                           •Palm Beach Zoo
                     A great opportunity
                     for our older adult
                                           Tuesday, January 18, 9:30am - 3:30pm
                     population to enjoy   Join us for a wild time. Trip includes a tour of the zoo’s animal hospital
                     day and extended      MAR-JCC Member - $45 / Non-member - $55
                     trips.                •Seminole Coconut Creek Casino
                                           Tuesdays, 10am – 3pm/Jan 25, Feb 22, March 22, April 12, May 24, June 21
                     Each trip includes
                                           Gambling galore! Includes token gambling money & all you can eat lunch buffet.
                     round-trip
                                           MAR-JCC Member - $18 / Non-member - $25
                     transportation and
                     admissions.           •Broward Stage Door Theatre: Les Miserables
                                           Wednesday, January 26, Departs 12:30pm
                                           The musical story about the survival of the human spirit.
                                           MAR-JCC Member- $43/ Non–member- $55
                                           •Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden
                                           Wednesday, February 2, 10:30am - 3:30pm
                                           Outdoor exhibition of works by French sculptors Claude and Francois-Xavier Lananne.
                                           Lunch included. MAR-JCC Member- $42/ Non–member- $57
                                           •Broward Center for the Performing Arts: West Side Story
                                           Wednesday, February 23, Departs 12:30pm
                                           A musical of the greatest love story of all time.
                                           MAR-JCC Member - $43 / Non-member - $55
                                           •Broward Center for the Performing Arts: Itzhak Perlman
                                           Monday, February 28, Departs 6:30pm
                                           Undeniably the reigning virtuoso of the violin - one of the greatest of our era.
                                           MAR-JCC Member - $80/ Non–member - $95
                                           •Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens/The Girls Strawberry U-pick
                                           Tuesday, March 1, 9am - 3pm
                                           Enjoy Japanese arts and culture & visit a hydroponic farm.
                                           MAR-JCC Member - $42/ Non–Member - $57
                                           •Boca Raton Museum of Art: Cut! Costume and the Cinema
                                           Tuesday, March 29, 9:30am - 3:30pm
                                           Fashion and film intersect with 43 extraordinary costumes worn by luminous film stars.
                                           MAR-JCC Member - $42/ Non-member - $57 • Includes lunch
                                           •Overnight trip: Murder Mystery Dinner Train - Ft. Meyers
                                           Wednesday-Thursday, April 6-7, Departs at noon
                                           Solve the mystery as the action unfolds before your eyes. Also, visit Miromar Outlet
                                           Mall. Overnight accommodations at the Courtyard by Marriott.
                                           MAR-JCC Member - Single reservation: $169 • Double Occupancy: $299
                                           •Diva Duck Tour at Palm Beach
                                           Tuesday May 3, 9:30am - 3:30pm
                                           Tour Old West Palm Beach and the estates of Palm Beach’s Rich & Famous.
                                           MAR-JCC Member - $55/ Non-member - $70
                                           •Block & Hexter Vacation Center - Summer 2011
                                           Enjoy the fresh air of the Pocono Mountains while enjoying a unique educational and
                                           recreational experience. Orientation: Thursday, January 20, 10am


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health, sports & wellness
                            Leagues & Recreation Director: Chris Moltmann, ext. 193




                                                                                                                     fitness center
                                   Sports & Wellness Director: Nancy Carroll, ext. 166
                                            Fitness Director: Marc Scanlan, ext. 140


 welcome
                                Fitness Desk Manager: Carmen Corrales, ext. 129
                                          Fitness Floor Manager: Leslie Hill, ext. 129
                                                               Chair: Marcia Orvieto

 to the Aventura Hospital and Medical Center
 Health, Sports and Wellness Complex of the MAR-JCC
                                                                                         Mission
 • Over 6,500 sq. ft. of clean, well maintained workout space                            To help educate, motivate,
 • State-of-the-art cardiovascular equipment: Star Trac, Precor, Stairmaster,            and support our members
   and Lifecycle                                                                         with a positive attitude in a
 • 3 Station Cable Keiser                                                                relaxed atmosphere while
                                                                                         offering valuable fitness
 • A full line of CYBEX Strength Training stations
                                                                                         programs with clear
 • Pilates Reformer, TRX Suspension, Kettlebells, Bosu Trainers                          direction and realistic
 • 4 Sorinex Free Weight Racks                                                           feedback, as well as
 • 2 Spider Rows                                                                         encourage them to adopt
 • 2 Reverse Hypers                                                                      a healthy lifestyle by
 • 2 Glute/Ham Raise                                                                     learning the proper
                                                                                         balance of exercise and
 • 1 Belt Squat
                                                                                         nutrition.
 • Sony Personal Radios
 • Full Locker Room Amenities                                                            To fully enjoy all of the
 • Sauna & Jacuzzi in Locker Rooms                                                       benefits of our Wellness
 • Complimentary Towel Service                                                           Center, you are required to
 • 2 Full-sized Aerobics/Dance/Spin Studios                                              have a valid membership
                                                                                         card and must be at least
 • Access to a 1/16 mile Indoor banked Jogging Track
                                                                                         13 years old.
 • Friendly Floor Staff to assist you with your workout
 • Certified Personal Trainers & Aerobic Instructors
 • One Free Orientation to the Fitness Equipment

Fitness Center Personal Training Staff
Experienced and educated staff of professionals who are here to assist
you! We offer our members one on one attention. We can provide you
with relevant, reliable information on exercise, effects it has on the
body, how to increase strength and stamina and improve coordination
and flexibility.


        Personal Fitness Review & Design Program
    !
NEW
  • Meet with a trainer to review your fitness goals and current fitness
    regimen - 30 Minutes
                                                                                          hours of operation
  • Work with a trainer 1 on 1 to have a goal-specific workout plan -                     Monday - Thursday:
    60 Minutes                                                                            6 am to 10 pm
                                                                                          Friday - 6 am to 5 pm
  • Follow-up 6-8 weeks later. Program, goals, fitness review -
                                                                                          Saturday - 1 pm to 6 pm
    30 Minutes
                                                                                          Sunday - 8 am to 6 pm
    Fee: $99

    Contact Fitness Director, Marc Scanlan at ext. 140, for more information

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                                             health, sports, & wellness
                                             after school power hour
youth fitness
                                                                                                            Grades 3-8
                                             Monday - Thursday, 4-5pm
                                             Program teaches & provides:
                                             •Supervision by certified personal trainers • General exercise • Cross training
                                             •Cardiovascular endurance • Strength training • MMA/Boxing/Self Defense
                Experience a more            •Sports specific training • Core strength • Flexibility • Circuit training • Bootcamp

                                             Benefits:
                independent physical

                                             •Access to certified trainers • Improve general health • Expand flexibility
                fitness program, utilizing

                                             •Increase cardio vascular stamina • Core strength and stability
                our expert certified

                                             •Learn a variety of exercise modalities • Develop mental fortitude
                personal trainers. Each
                supervised instructional
                hour provides intensive      •Develop positive self-esteem, independent learning and decision making skills


                                             After School Power Hour Classes
                targeted training for each
                day of the week. Create a                                                     (January 24 - June 3)
                well-balanced weekly
                                               Day             Class                  Description
                workout to maintain and
                improve your child’s
                                               Monday          Circuit Circus         A well-rounded session utilizing
                physical, emotional, &                                                strength training equipment
                spiritual health.
                                               Tuesday         Cardio Craze           Cardio Cross Training for the
                                                               Sports Training        sports enthusiast


                                               Wednesday Yin & Yang                   Self Defense, Mixed Martial Arts,
                                                                                      Ju Jitsu, Yoga, & Boxing


                                               Thursday        Concrete Core          Killer abs & Pliable Pilates


                                                            Member              Assoc Mem          Codes
                                                          early reg
                                             1 day/week: $310 $335                $420              95000     Individual Class/
                                             2 days/week: $640 $695
                                             3 days/week: $855 $930
                                                                                  $870
                                                                                  $1,165
                                                                                                    95000
                                                                                                    95000
                                                                                                              Per Day:
                                             4 days/week: $1,235 $1,340           $1,675            95000     $25/Member
                                                                                                              $35/Associate Member

                                             *Additional fees, material & equipment may apply


                                             Martial Arts Classes
                                             by South Florida Youth Sports
                                             Learn the art of self discipline. A fun-filled, exciting class where children learn basic
                                             martial arts and safety skills, develop focus and flexibility, and learn techniques to avoid
                                             dangerous situations.
                                                                                                              Member
                                             Day             Sessions          Time            Age      Early reg       Assoc    Code
                                             Monday          15                3:30-4:10pm 3-5          $280 $300        $375    95001
                                             Monday          15                4:15-5pm        6-8      $280 $300        $375    95002
                                             Monday          15                5:05-6pm        9+       $280 $300        $375    95003

                                             * Uniform required for participation and available for purchase through SFYS
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health, sports & wellness
               adult classes




                                                                                                    adult fitness classes & senior programs
    Class          Days    # of             Time                    Fee
    Name          Offered Sessions

 Power ABS Mon/Wed             Ongoing     6:15 -              Mem: Free
                                           6:30pm        Non-Mem: $5 per class

  Killer         Mon/Wed Ongoing           6:30 -           Mem: Free
  Shoulders                                6:45pm      Non-Mem: $5 per class

   H-B-T         Mon/Wed       Ongoing     6:45 -          Mem: Free
                                           7pm        Non-Mem: $5 per class

 Total Body                                                 Mem Drop-in: $11
                 Mon/Wed Ongoing 7-8pm
                                    7-                    Non-Mem Drop-in: $16
 Health &        Mon/Wed Ongoing
                                                                 Package
 Fitness                           8pm                      M-10 classes/$100
                                                           NM-10 classes/$150
                                                             Per class/Month
                  Mon/Wed Ongoing 7-8:30pm
  Karate                                                     Mem: $8/$75
                                                          Non-Mem: $12/$115

 Body               Tue       Ongoing      7:30-9pm
                                                             Mem: Free
 Rock
                                                        Non-Mem: $15 per class
 Body              Thurs      Ongoing     7:30-
 Rock2                                    8:30pm

Class Desriptions
Power Abs - Strength and conditioning based on strengthening abdominals. Learn to
balance your body from the inside out while working it to the max.
Killer Shoulders - Sexy, shapely shoulders in 12 minutes!
H-B-T - Intense Butt, Hip, & Thigh Regimen
Total Body Health & Fitness - Includes body fat calculations, body measuring,
weight watching, calculation of individual caloric expenditures, and caloric needs.
Health and nutrition tips and healthy low fat recipes.
Karate - Tone the body, develop coordination, quicken reflexes, and build stamina.
Body Rock - Yoga enhances flexibility, strength, and vitality while you learn to relax
into Body Rocking Postures.

                         The SilverSneakers® Fitness Program, developed by HealthCare
                         Dimensions, is a long-term, cost-effective and preventive
                         managed care solution. It is free to all participating health
insurance programs. SilverSneakers® is a unique exercise, physical activity, and social
oriented program designed to encourage Medicare eligible members, often burdened
by multiple chronic conditions, to increase their levels of physical activity, and motivate
them to continue to be active. Please contact Carmen, at (305) 932-4200, ext. 129, for
more information.
            The Quality of Life Senior Wellness Program is funded by the State of Florida through
            the Alliance for Aging; by Miami-Dade County through the Department of Human
            Services and the United Way of Miami-Dade. It uses fitness and exercise training to
            improve senior adults’ ability to perform necessary activities of daily living and
utilizes social events and educational programs to enhance and promote each participant’s
health and emotional wellness. Open to all year-round Florida residents over the age of 60.
Please contact Galit at (305) 932-4200, ext. 142, for more information.
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                                                    health, sports & wellness
                                                    personal training*
personal training

                                                    One on One
                                                    1/2 hour session(s)                           1 hour session(s)
                                                    single $60                                    single $90
                                                    5      $230 25% savings                       5    $310    25% savings
                    MAR-JCC Personal                10     $400 30% savings                       10 $575      30% savings
                    Trainers will give you the      20     $680 40% savings                       20 $1005 40% savings
                    knowledge, the
                    motivation, and the tools
                    to reach your fitness
                                                    Partners in Training (shared session – 2 people max)
                    goals. Working with a           1/2 hour session(s)                           1 hour session(s)
                    trainer is one of the           single $75                                    single $130
                    fastest and most                5      $275 25% savings                       5      $470    25% savings
                    successful ways to              10     $505 30% savings                       10     $875    30% savings
                    improve your overall            20     $865 40% savings                       20     $1,500 40% savings
                    fitness. This
                    individualized attention        PURCHASE 5, 10, & 20 SESSION PACKAGES AND SAVE! GROUP RATES AVAILABLE
                    from our professionally         (Must be used within six months of purchase and are non-transferrable. Gift certificates
                                                    available.)
                    trained staff will help
                    you custom design a             Contact Fitness Director, Marc Scanlan at ext. 140 or marcs@marjcc.org to sign up
                    program to your lifestyle       for personal training sessions with MAR-JCC trainers.


                                                    diabetes exercise program
                    and physical needs-
                    for members only.
                                                    Train with a professional trainer who understands and can monitor your diabetes,
                                                    blood glucose, and blood pressure. Improve your fitness and health under one on
                                                    one trainer supervision. Contact Gerard at ext. 161.



                                                    pilates; mat & reformer
                                                    This low impact program is designed to increase levels of strength, flexibility, and
                                                    cardiovascular endurance.




                                                    yoga/meditation
                    *Package rates: Sessions
                                                    Find your inner peace while improving strength, coordination, and flexibility, while
                    are by appointment only.        reducing stress levels. Beautify yourself from the inside-out.
                    All MAR-JCC personal
                    training must be reserved


                                                    therapeutic exercise
                    with a credit card and
                    scheduled in advance prior
                    to the appointment. 24 hour
                    cancellation policy on all      Preventive or post injury holistic rehabilitation. Come and fix your squeaky muscles,
                    personal training.              lube your joints, and heal yourself mentally & physically.
                    Cancellation without 24
                    hour notification will result


                                                    letha sport stretch
                    in full billing for the
                    appointment.

                                                    Find flexibility and joint release in this “yoganic” sports stretching technique. Revive
                                                    circulation to tendons and ligaments and improve your game.




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                            adult class descriptions




                                                                                        fitness class descriptions
Body Rock 1 & 2 - Multi-dimensional yoga class that builds core, strength,
and coordination.
Cardio Kick – Get your heart rate up & your body in shape using light kick
boxing, athletic training, followed by 20 minutes of power yoga postures.
Cardio Sculpt – Challenge your weekly routine with a high impact, high intensity
aerobic, and weight training blitz! Intermediate and advanced.
Fantastic 4 - Pilates & Yoga combination class for beginners. Flexibility enhancing
postures and core strength can be done in a chair or on mat.
Fit Dance Explosion/Latin Cardio Dance - Feel the Latin beat pulsating
throughout your entire body. This class is HOT! Feel comfortable on the dance
floor when you learn the “Salsa” footwork in an aerobics atmosphere.
Gentle Yoga - Stress-relieving Yoga. Flexibility enhancing postures can be done
standing, in a chair, or on mat. Beginners.
Low Impact – A great class for beginners and intermediates using low impact
aerobics to develop cardiovascular endurance and stamina.
Kilates – Pilates inspired mat exercise system focuses on improving core strength
and flexibility, while elongating the muscles for a long, lean look!
Over & Beyond Pilates - Become aware, achieve balance, and breathe
correctly in this class. Increase control and precision for stabilizing the core,
strengthening postures for the arms, legs, hips, and buttocks, while finding your
internal harmony.
Boot Camp – High intensity total body workout, upper and lower body
isometric/isotonic, calisthenics, and stretching.
Power Yoga - Intense cardiovascular and strength building, integrating breath
work with body movement (Ashtanga).
Senior Aerobics – Low impact aerobic class focusing on flexibility & range of
motion, finishing with a whole body toning segment and cool down.

SilverSneakers 1 – A seated strengthening and muscle toning class for beginners
& intermediates; use hand weights, resistance balls, & bands. Intermediate level.
SilverSneakers 2 – A standing strengthening and muscle toning class for
beginners to intermediate mature adults; using hand weights, resistance balls, &
bands.
Spinal Yoga – Designed to enhance vitality and sense of well-being. Focus on
flexibility, balance, strength, and posture.

Step & Sculpt – Get a lean and sculpted physique in this high energy
cardiovascular and conditioning class.

Stretch & Flex – Invigorating warm-up, aerobics, flexibility exercises, and a cool-
down all guaranteed to make you feel limber!

Tai Chi - Learn a deep sense of relaxation while improving balance, posture, and
mind body coordination. All levels will benefit from this class.
Fees may apply. For more information, call the Fitness Desk at 305-932-4200, ext. 129

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                                                          health, sports & wellness
                                                          adult fitness classes at a glance
adult fitness class schedule
                                                          (B) Beginner • (I) Intermediate • (A )Advanced • (SS) Silver Sneakers • (PS) Parkinson Society



                                                          Time        Sun            Mon            Tues          Wed            Thurs         Fri


                               The Wellness Center        8:15am                     Spinal         Boot          Cardio         Over &        Fit Dance
                               offers numerous fitness                               Yoga           Camp          Sculpt         Beyond        Explosion
                               classes and services                                  (I-A)          (I-A)         (I-A)          Pilates       (I-A)
                               designed for those just                                                                           (I-A)
                               beginning their healthy
                               lifestyle as well as those 8:45am      8:30am         Stretch        Sr.           Stretch       Sr.            Stretch
                               who have achieved their               Power           & Flex         Aerobics      & Flex        Aerobics       & Flex
                               fitness goals. For an up-             Yoga
                               to-date schedule of                  (Ashtanga)       (B-SS)       (B-SS)         (B-SS)         (B-SS)         (B-SS)
                               classes, stop by the                    (A)
                               Fitness Desk or call x129. 9:25am       Call          Step &       Low            Step &         Low            Cardio
                                                                    for dates        Sculpt       Impact         Sculpt         Impact         Kick
                                                                                       (I)           (I)            (I)            (I)            (I)

                               FIRST COME...              9:45am                    Aquacize Aquacize            Aquacize       Aquacize       Aquacize
                                        FIRST SERVED -
                               Reservations must be
                               made in person no          10:30am                   Silver          Latin        Silver         Fantastic 4    Latin
                               more than 30 minutes                                 Sneakers        Cardio       Sneakers        (BI-SS)       Cardio
                               prior to class.                                      2 (B-I)         (BI-SS)      2 (B-I)                       (BI-SS)

                               Classes in shaded          11:40am                   Tai Chi 1     Silver      Tai Chi 1         Silver         Silver
                               boxes are free to
                               Quality of Life members.                             (B-SS)        Sneakers 1 (B-SS)             Sneakers 1     Sneakers 1
                                                                                     *PS           (B-SS)                       (B-SS)            (B-SS)
                               I.D. card required for
                               entry!                     1pm                                       Gentle       GE-Great       Latin          Strength
                                                                                                    Yoga           *PS          Dance          Training &
                                                                                                    (B-SS)                      Therapy        Movement
                                                                                                                                  *PS             *PS
                                                          6:15pm                    Power                        Power
                                                                                    Abs(12 min)                  Abs (12 min)
                                                                                    Killer                       Killer
                                                                                    Shoulders                    Shoulders
                                                                                    (6 min)                      (6 min)
                                                                                    “H-B-T”                      “H-B-T”
                                                                                    (12 min)                     (12 min)

                                                          7pm                       Total Body Body              Total Body Body
                                                                                    Health & Rock 1              Health &    Rock 2
                                                                                    Fitness    (1.5 hrs.)        Fitness    (1hr.)

                                                           Spinning Classes
                                                                    Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri                      Sat Sun
                                                             8:15                                                               For more information,
                                                                      X         X               X
                                                             am                                                                 contact Master Cycling at
                                                             9:15                                                               ext. 164.
                                                                      X         X       X                                   X
                                                             am
                                                             5:30                                                               jccmastercycling@gmail.com
                                                                                                                 X
                                                             pm
                                                             6:30                                                               Prepaid punch cards are
                                                                      X         X       X
                                                             pm                                                                 available.

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health, sports & wellness




                                                                                                                               Edith and Saul Schmidt aquatics department
Aquatics Director: Dale Hughes, ext. 115
Asst. Aquatics Director: Gloria Castano, ext. 147
Administrative Asst.: Elisa Duenas, ext. 147
Co-Chairs: Ann Gordon & Dina Rubin

Indoor Pool (ext. 147)
This is a heated 25-yard swimming pool. The temperature is maintained between 84-86
degrees.
                                                                                                  MISSION
Lap Swimming Policy                                                                               The Edith and Saul
Lap Swimming Policy: Swimmers are required to share lap lanes when necessary.
                                                                                                  Schmidt Aquatics
Lifeguards will place swimmers together with similar abilities.
                                                                                                  Department is dedicated
Outdoor Pool                                                                                      to teaching personal
Lap swimming is available all year-round with the exception of summer during Camp Sol             water safety to
Taplin operating hours.                                                                           participants of all ages.
                                                                                                  We look to ensure that
Private Swim Policy                                                                               people are comfortable
For every 4 hour package, the client is entitled to 2 cancellations before being charged.         and feel safe in and
Each of these cancellations require at least a 24 hour notice to the instructor(s), otherwise     around water.
it will count as a lesson. The 4 hour package expires 2 months after the first lesson is given,
regardless of proper cancellation. For 2 hour packages (upon approval), 1 cancellation
will be allowed, but requires 24 hours notice. The 2 hour package will expire 1 month after
the first lesson is given. NO REFUNDS.

Beginners & Advanced Beginners Sessions:
Session I • Feb 7 - April 14               Session II • May 2 - June 2
•Participants must swim at least 2 days per week to complete their classes
•Classes must have a minimum of 3 participants registered to conduct class
                                                                                      Non
Days          Code           Session        Time            Age        Mem      Assoc Mem
Private Swim Lessons                                                                               Pool Hours
By Appt.                     2 hrs          appt.           All        $100     $125      $175
                                                                                                   On days when MAR-JCC
Private Swim Lessons                                                                               closes early, pool will
By Appt.                     4 hrs          appt.           All        $180     $225      $315     close one half-hour prior
                                                                                                   to JCC closing.
Parent & Me
Mon/Wed 91001                II             4:30-5pm         1-3       $105     $130     $185       Monday-Thursday
Beginner Group Swim                                                                                 6am - 8pm
Mon/Wed       91100          I              12:45-1:15pm      21/2-4   $210     $260     $370       Friday
Tues/Thurs    91101          I              12-12:30pm        21/2-4   $210     $260     $370       6am - 4:30pm
Mon/Wed       91100          II             12:45-1:15pm      21/2-4   $105     $130     $185
Tues/Thurs    91101          II             12-12:30pm        21/2-4   $105     $130     $185       Saturday
                                                                                                    1pm - 4:30pm
Beginner Group Swim
Mon/Wed       91200          I              3:15-3:45pm      3+        $210     $260     $370       Sunday
Tues/Thurs    91201          I              3:15-3:45pm      3+        $210     $260     $370       8am - 4:30pm
Mon/Wed       91202          I              4-4:30pm         3+        $210     $260     $370
Tues/Thurs    91203          I              4-4:30pm         3+        $210     $260     $370
Mon/Wed       91204          I              4:30-5pm         3+        $210     $260     $370
Tues/Thurs    91205          I              4:30-5pm         3+        $210     $260     $370
Mon/Wed       91200          II             3:15-3:45pm      3+        $105     $130     $185
Tues/Thurs    91201          II             3:15-3:45pm      3+        $105     $130     $185
Mon/Wed       91202          II             4-4:30pm         3+        $105     $130     $185
Tues/Thurs    91203          II             4-4:30pm         3+        $105     $130     $185
Mon/Wed       91204          II             4:30-5pm         3+        $105     $130     $185
Tues/Thurs    91205          II             4:30-5pm         3+        $105     $130     $185



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Edith and Saul Schmidt aquatics department                                    health, sports & wellness
                                             Class Descriptions:                                                                                              Non
                                             Private Lessons:                Days         Code            Session       Time           Age     Mem      Assoc Mem
                                             Lesson times may last 15,
                                             20, or 30 min depending on Advanced Beginner Group                      Swim
                                             child, is at instructor’s    Mon/Wed 91300      I                          3:15-3:45pm    3+      $210     $260     $370
                                             discretion.                  Tues/Thurs 91301   I                          3:15-3:45pm    3+      $210     $260     $370
                                                                          Mon/Wed 91302      I                          4-4:30pm       3+      $210     $260     $370
                                             Parent & Me:                 Tues/Thurs 91303   I                          4-4:30pm       3+      $210     $260     $370
                                             Parents and children         Mon/Wed 91304      I                          4:30-5pm       3+      $210     $260     $370
                                             explore the water together.  Tues/Thurs 91305   I                          4:30-5pm       3+      $210     $260     $370
                                                                          Mon/Wed 91300      II                         3:15-3:45pm    3+      $105     $130     $185
                                                                          Tues/Thurs 91301   II                         3:15-3:45pm    3+      $105     $130     $185
                                             Beginner Group Swim:
                                                                          Mon/Wed 91302      II                         4-4:30pm       3+      $105     $130     $185
                                             Basic skills, which include:
                                                                          Tues/Thurs 91303   II                         4-4:30pm       3+      $105     $130     $185
                                             submerging the face,
                                                                          Mon/Wed 91304      II                         4:30-5pm       3+      $105     $130     $185
                                             blowing bubbles,
                                                                          Tues/Thurs 91305   II                         4:30-5pm       3+      $105     $130     $185
                                             locomotion, and breath
                                             control.                     Pre-Competitive Swim
                                                                             Mon-Thurs 91401 Jan           Monthly      3:50-4:30pm up to      $105     $130     $185
                                             Advanced Beginner                            91402   Feb                   4:30-5:10pm age 12     $105     $130     $185
                                             Group Swim:                                  91403   Mar
                                             Improve skills and gain                      91404   April
                                             confidence to travel the                     91405   May
                                             width of the pool using         Seals Swim Team (Quarterly)                               up to
                                             arms and breathing              Mon-Thurs 91500               Mar-May      5:15-6:15pm age 15 $270         $340     $475
                                             properly.
                                                                             Youth Stroke Development
                                             Pre-Competitive Swim            Mon/Wed 91600                 I            5:15-6:15pm    8-14    $170     $215     $300
                                                                             Mon/Wed 91600                 II           5:15-6:15pm    8-14    $100     $125     $175
                                             Team:
                                             Participants must swim          Master’s Swim Team (Quarterly)
                                             freestyle while breathing for
                                                                             Mon-Fri      91700            Jan-Mar      6-7:30am       19+     $160     N/A     $280
                                             a distance of 15 yards.
                                                                             3-Day opt.   91701            Jan-Mar      6-7:30am       19+     $96      N/A     $165
                                             Focus on freestyle,
                                                                             Mon-Fri      91700            April-June   6-7:30am       19+     $160     N/A     $280
                                             backstroke, breaststroke,
                                                                             3-Day opt.   91701            April-June   6-7:30am       19+     $96      N/A     $165
                                             and butterfly, while
                                             developing strength.            Aquacize (Daily)
                                                                             Mon-Fri                       ongoing      9:45-10:30am           Free     N/A      N/A
                                             Swim Seals:
                                             Swimmers must complete
                                             25 yards of butterfly,
                                             backstroke, breaststroke,
                                             and freestyle. Stroke
                                             quality will be determined        Learn To Swim
                                             by the head coach.                a program offered in conjunction with the Metro-Dade Police
                                                                               Department to provide swim lessons to children whose families would
                                             Master’s Swim Team:               otherwise not be able to participate in life safety swimming skills
                                             A coach will be on the            programs. For information, call ext. 147.
                                             deck conducting practice
                                             and working on swimming
                                             technique.                        American Red Cross Programs
                                                                               American Red Cross Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor classes are
                                             Aquacize:                         offered at the MAR-JCC. Please call ext. 147 for information.
                                             Get your body moving
                                             without the impact of land
                                                                             Aquatic Department’s Registration Procedure and Refund Policy
                                             exercise. Please wear           No make-up lessons for beginners or advanced beginners sessions. No prorating or
                                             shoes.                          refunding of fees. Any child attending more than 1 lesson in the session will be charged.
                                                                             Registration must be completed prior to the first day of class. Please be prepared to present
                                                                             your receipt to your instructor. Call 305-932-4200, ext. 147, for more information.
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health, sports & wellness
                                                       !
 Future All Stars                                  NEW




                                                                                                    future all stars, gymnastics, girls field hockey/volleyball
                                    Ages 2-5
  Introduction to fitness, sports, and fun among children while improving their motor skills in a
  safe and fun environment. Instructors: Jenny Moscatel & Ashley Ziff.

                                                                               Member
  Days           Code       Sessions           Time       Age          early    reg   Assoc
 Wednesday 96300                18          4:15-5pm    2-3            $275      $300    $375
 Wednesday 96301                18          3:30-4:15pm 4-5            $275      $300    $375



  Gymnastics                Ages 2 1/2-14
  Develop strength, coordination, and balance with Tumblebees Gymnastics.
                                                                               Member
 Days         Code         Sessions          Time         Age          early    reg   Assoc
 Tiny Tots
 Tues/Thurs 93000              35         4-4:45pm       2 1/2-3       $530      $575     $720
 Kinder Gym
 Tues/Thurs 93003              35         4:10-5pm          4-5        $530      $575     $720
 Beginner Gym I
 Tues/Thurs 93006              35         4:45-5:30pm       6-8        $530      $575     $720
 Beginner Gym II
 Tues/Thurs 93009              35         5-5:55pm         6-14        $530      $575     $720
 Advanced Gym
 Tues/Thurs 93012              35         5-5:55pm         6-14        $530      $575     $720
 one day option        Early: $330 • Member: $355 • Associate-Member: $445
 •Tiny Tots          Tuesday 93001       • Tiny Tots         Thursday 93002
 •Kinder Gym         Tuesday 93004       • Kinder Gym        Thursday 93005
 •Beginner Gym II    Tuesday 93007       • Beginner Gym II Thursday 93008
 •Beginner Gym I     Tuesday 93010       • Beginner Gym I Thursday 93011
 •Advanced Gym       Tuesday 93013       •Advanced Gym Thursday 93014


Girls’ Field Hockey                      Ages 6-19
Head Coach: Nico Siciliano
Chair: Herman Alter
Focus on individual player techniques, including physical training for competition.
Days          Code         Sessions         Time         Age         Mem        Assoc Non-Mem
Tues/Thurs    96400           35         5:45-6:45pm      5-9        $330       $400     $495
Tues/Thurs    96401           35         5:45-7pm         9-12       $330       $400     $495
Tues/Thurs    96402           35         6:30-8pm         12-16      $330       $400     $495
Tues/Thurs    96403           35         7-8:30pm         16-19+     $330       $400     $495


 Youth Girls Volleyball                      Grades 2-7
 Develop your skills in this popular sport that encourages teamwork and strategy.
                                                                           Member
Days         Code         Sessions         Time         Grade        early  reg          Assoc
Friday       96114            18       3:30-4:30pm         2-4      $240       $260       $325
Friday       96115            18       4:30-5:30pm         5-7      $240       $260       $325



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basketball                              Basketball
                                        •Director: David Fried, 786-344-3726
                                                                              www.pthoops.com

                                        •Travel Basketball Coordinator: Huey Futch
                                        •Operations Manager: Noah Feldman

                                        Basketball Skills Academy                          Boys and Girls - Grades PreK-8
                                        •Learn basic fundamentals through a series of weekly clinics and games
                                        •Each player will receive a jersey, program outline with curriculum, and playbook with illustrations
                                        & diagrams for players to review at home
                                        •Each player will receive a trophy at the completion of the program

         Mission:                         Code      Grade         Day(s)           Time
                                                                                                       Member
                                                                                                   Early    Reg           Assoc Mem
         To provide a quality
         program that meets the           96001     PreK - K      Mon & Wed       3 - 3:55pm      $480          $520          $650
         needs of youth and parents       96002     PreK - K      Tues & Thurs    3 - 3:55pm      $480          $520          $650
         while teaching the skills of     96003     PreK - K      Mon & Wed       4 - 4:55pm      $480          $520          $650
         sport, teamwork, and             96004     PreK - K      Tues & Thurs    4 - 4:55pm      $480          $520          $650
         character values within a
         safe, educational, fun &         96005     1 & 2 JPD     Tues & Thurs    4 - 4:55pm      $480          $520          $650
         rewarding atmosphere.            96006     3 & 4 JPD     Mon & Wed       4 - 4:55pm      $480          $520          $650
                                          96030     5 & 6 JPD     Mon & Wed       4 - 4:55pm      $480          $520          $650
                                          96031     4 - 8 Girls    Tues & Thurs   5 - 5:55pm      $480          $520          $650
                                        Sibling discount: 10% off the same Prime Time Sports program registration

                                        Travel Teams              ages 11-16
                                        For highly skilled athletes who wish to be involved in the ultimate team experience. Comprised
                                        of 10 athletes who are selected after a series of try-outs. Travel to 4 tournaments each season
                                        and play in over 50 games per year in competitive leagues and national competitions.

                                        Try-outs: May 10-12 (for players NOT on this season’s roster)
                                        Ages 11-13: 5-6:30pm • Ages 13-16: 5-6:30pm
                                        Players divided by individual ages at try-out. Additional try-out dates TBA
                                        •Member: $1,200 •Associate Member: $1,800 •Non-Member: $2,100

                                        In-House Leagues
         About Huey Futch,
         Head Coach:
         Played 4 years at Division 1   •Offers a recreational sporting activity where each team plays 1 game per week and practices
         Temple University              once per week.
         Accomplishments:               •8 game regular season with double elimination playoff tournament
         •Two time all-Dade County      •Go to www.pthoops.com to track statistics, vote in weekly polls, view game highlights, etc.

                                        Youth Leagues
         •McDonald¹s high school All-
         American                                                    Grades 3-9
         •4 NCAA tournament
                                        League Night Code      Time                   Grade Member           Assoc Mem Non-Member
         appearances
         •Coached by legendary Hall     NCAA Thurs 96007 5:15, 6:15pm                  3-4   $175               $220     $270
         of Famer John Chaney at                          or 7:15pm
         Temple University              CBA    Tues 96008 5:15, 6:15pm                    5-6    $175            $220           $270
         •4 years of European
                                                          or 7:15pm
         professional basketball
                                        NBA       Tues    96009 7:15, 8:15pm              7-9    $175            $220           $270
                                                                or 7:15pm

                                                     Registration and Evaluation Information (space is limited)
                                        • NCAA - January 25, 6pm • CBA - January 25, 7pm           • NBA - January 27, 6:30pm
                                                  • All players drafted after evaluation night MUST be paid in full
                                                      • All players receive a team shirt, trophies, and awards

                                        Adult Leagues
                                        League                    Night    Code Time                          Age          Fee
                                        Pro “A”                   Mon      96010 7:15, 8:15 or 9:15pm         18+       $600 per team
                                        Competitive “C”           Wed      96012 7:15, 8:15 or 9:15pm         18+       $600 per team
                                        Competitive 8 game season plus double elimination playoffs. Games begin week of
                                        January 31.
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           www.primetimefootball.com          Flag Football
                                                          •Director: David Fried, 786-344-3726




                                                                                                                                       flag Football
                                                       •Operations Manager: Noah Feldman
                                              •Assistant Coach, Mo Steel Football: Yossi Behar

Flag Football Skills Academy                           Boys and Girls - Grades PreK-3
•Learn basic fundamentals through a series of weekly clinics and games
•Each player will receive a jersey, program outline with curriculum, and playbook with illustrations
& diagrams for players to review at home
•Each player will receive a trophy at the completion of the program
                                                              Member
  Code      Grade          Day(s)           Time           Early  Reg            Assoc Mem
                                                                                                         Each participant will...
  96100 PreK-K       Tues & Thurs  4 - 4:55pm    $480      $520         $650                             •Develop a sense and
  96116 1-3          Tues & Thurs  4 - 4:55pm    $480      $520         $650                             understanding of sport
                                                                                                         •Develop self-confidence,
 Sibling discount: 10% off the same Prime Time Sports program registration
                                                                                                         leadership skills, and

Mo Steel Travel
                                                                                                         positive relationships with
                              Be a part of the tradition!                                                teammates
•Offered to highly skilled athletes ages 9-14                                                            •Develop sportsmanship,
•Highly cometitive and comprised of 10 athletes selected after a series of try-outs                      teamwork and a sense of
•Travels to more than 12 tournaments each season and plays over 100 games per year in                    fair play
competitive leagues and national & international competitions.                                           •Develop physical skills
                                            Try-outs:                                                    and abilities
                                                                                                         •Develop positive social
                                 April 11 & 13, 4-5:15pm
                                                                                                         relationships
          Monday, April 11, 4-5:15pm - Juniors: Ages 9-11 (as of Sept 1, 2011)
         Wednesday, April 13, 4-5:15pm - Seniors: Ages 12-14 (as of Sept 1, 2011)
        •Member: $1,200    •Associate Member: $1,800      • Non-Member: $2,100

In-House Leagues
•Offers a recreational sporting activity where each team plays 1 game per week and practices
once per week.
•8 game regular season with double elimination playoff tournament
•Go to www.primetimefootball.com to track statistics, vote in weekly polls, view game highlights, etc.


Youth Leagues
League       Night Code             Time      Grade          Mem        Assoc      Non-Member
 Scouts      Wed 96101         5:15 or 6:15pm  1-2           $175        $220          $270
 Juniors     Wed 96102         6:15 or 7:15pm  3-4           $175        $220          $270
 Seniors     Mon 96103         5:15, 6:15,     5-6           $175        $220          $270
                               or 7:15pm
 Varsity    Mon 96104          7:15 or 8:15pm  7-9           $175         $220           $270
           or Wed
 Vets       Mon 96105          8:15, 9:15            10+            $600 per team
           or Wed              or 10:15pm
                Registration and Evaluation Information (space is limited)
                 • Scouts: January 24, 6pm • Juniors: January 24, 7pm
                  • Seniors: January 26, 6pm • Varsity: January 26, 7pm
             • All players drafted after evaluation night, MUST be paid in full
                  • All players receive a team shirt, trophies, and awards

Adult Leagues (Payment in full is due by Game 1)
•Team rosters due by game 1 (10 man limit)
•League Champion will recieve Championship Shirt
•Competitive 8-game season, plus double elimination playoffs
League         Night        Code         Time                 Age      Fee
Pro            Wed          96109        8:15 or 9:15pm       18+      $600 per team


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                                 Soccer
                                 Director: Luis Carlos Jimenez, 305-467-9329
soccer
                                 Chairperson: Dr. Leonardo Frydman
                                 After School Recreational Soccer Program
                                 Primarily devoted to the enjoyment and development of soccer players without the emphasis on
                                 TRAVEL or HIGH LEVEL COMPETITION.
                                 Age groups for Recreational players:
                                 Super Stars (Boys): 3 - 4 yrs, born before Sept 2006 • Rookies 1 (Boys): 4 - 5 yrs, born before Sept 2005
                                 Rookies 2 (Boys): 5- 6 yrs, born before Sept 2004 • Juniors (Boys): 6 - 7 yrs, born before Sept 2003
         Mission:                Seniors 1 (Boys): 7 - 8 yrs, born before Sept 2002 • Seniors 2 (Boys): 9 - 10 yrs, born before Sept 2001
         To create an
         environment where       Travel Program
                                 Geared to the more competitive player with a higher demand on the player. True commitment
         youth soccer players
                                 from players and parents required. Tryouts are required!
         learn, develop their
         personalities, enjoy    In house league
         participating in, and   U15 to U18 male players- Draft will be held on February 27. In order to be drafted, fee must be
         playing the most        paid in full. 8 game minimum. Shirt will be provided. Small sided 6 v 6 games.
         popular sport around
         the world: SOCCER.       Name        Days          Code        Time        Age             Member
         For more information,                                                                 Early      Reg            Assoc Mem
         please e-mail us at     Super        Mon/Wed      96209       4-5pm        3-4 yrs    $575          $625         $780
         10sportjcc@gmail.com.   Stars
                                 (Boys)
                                 Rookies 1    Mon/Wed      96210       4-5pm        4-5 yrs    $575          $625         $780
                                 (Boys)
                                 Rookies 2    Mon/Wed      96211       4-5pm        5-6 yrs    $575          $625         $780
                                 (Boys)
                                 Juniors      Mon/Wed      96212       4-5pm        6-7 yrs    $575          $625         $780
                                 (Boys)
                                 Seniors 1    Mon/Wed      96213       5-6pm        7-8 yrs    $575          $625         $780
                                 (Boys)
                                 Seniors 2    Mon/Wed      96214       5-6pm        9-10 yrs   $575          $625         $780
                                 (Boys)
                                 Academy 1 Mon/Wed         96215       5-6pm        10-11 yrs $575           $625         $780
                                 (Boys)
                                 Academy 2 Mon/Wed         96216       5-6pm        11-12 yrs $575           $625         $780
                                 (Boys)
                                                           96217
                                 Mini Stars   Mon and/or 96218(M)      4-5pm        4-6 yrs    $310/$575     $335/$625 $420/$780
                                 (Girls)      Wed        96219(W)
                                 Future Stars Mon and/or 96220         5-6pm        7-8 yrs    $310/$575     $335/$625 $420/$780
                                                         96221(M)
                                 (Girls)      Wed        96222(W)
                                 Shining       Mon and/or 96223        5-6pm        9-10 yrs   $310/$575     $335/$625 $420/$780
                                                          96224(M)
                                 Stars (Girls) Wed        96225(W)
                                 Rookie       Mon and/or 96226         5-6pm        10-12 yrs $310/$575      $335/$625 $420/$780
                                 Girls        Wed        96227(M)
                                                           96228(W)
                                 Junior       Mon and/or 96229         5-6pm        12+        $310/$575     $335/$625 $420/$780
                                 Girls                   96230(M)
                                              Wed        96231(W)
                                 Women’s      Tues and/or 96232        8:30-10am               $310/$575     $335/$625 $420/$780
                                 Soccer
                                 Training     Thurs
                                 Boys                                  8-9:30pm                                           $190
                                 In-house     Tues and/    96235                    U15-U18                  $150
                                 League       or Thurs

                                 Starting in February:
                                 Physical Training - Fridays, 4-5pm • U8-U15 • Early - $295 • Reg - $320 • Assoc - $400



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    health, sports, & wellness
       Tennis
                                                Tennis Manager: Donna Tollefsen, ext. 113




                                                                                                                               Soffer Family tennis center
                                             Head Tennis Pro Manager: Bill Ogene, ext. 160
                                                               Chair: Gabriela Berenstein


Managers:
DONNA TOLLEFSEN - TENNIS MANAGER
U.S.P.T.A. Certified Professional
Former Women's Head Coach of Nova College
Former Coach of the U.S.T.A. Jr. Development Tennis Program                                          Mission:
2006-U.S.P.T.A. Miami Professional of the Year                                                       To grow tennis at every
                                                                                                     level with a goal of
BILL OGENE - HEAD TENNIS PRO MANAGER                                                                 making the game
U.S.P.T.A. Certified Professional                                                                    accessible to everyone
Former ATP top 400 touring pro                                                                       by providing a wide
Former Nigerian Davis Cup Player                                                                     range of programs
Member of the Bollitieri top guns along with Agassi, Courrier, and Wheaton
                                                                                                     designed to help our
2008-U.S.P.T.A. Miami Professional of the Year
                                                                                                     members learn the

Tennis Pros:                                                                                         game, play the game,
                                                                                                     and benefit from its
CARLOS MAEHAMA KENICHIRO                                        SERGE PETIT-POINTE                   many health/fitness
P.T.R. Master Professional                                      Former Top Ranked Junior Player      and social advantages.
Japanese National Coach                                         P.T.R. Certified Professional

LEE DRESBACH                                                    NATHALIE MANTILLA
P.T.R. Certified Tennis Professional                            P.T.R. Certified Professional
P.T.R. National Tester                                          Top Venezuelan Junior Player
Former Director of the Vertical Club, New York City
                                                                CARLOS RAMIREZ
JOHN COSSU                                                      U.S.P.T.A. Certified Professional
Top Mexican Men's Open Player Satellite Tour Player
Former Sparring Partner for Mexican Davis Cup player,           ILDIKO CSORDAS
Alejandro Hernandez                                             NCAA All American Singles
P.T.R. Certified Professional                                   P.T.R. Certified Professional




Lessons:                One half the lesson price will be incurred if a lesson is not cancelled 24
                        hours prior.

 Rates for Tennis Manager and Head Tennis Pro Manager
 Donna Tollefsen & Bill Ogene:
    • Half Hour                              $45
    • One Hour                               $80
    • Series of 5 - 1/2 hours               $200
    • Series of 5 - 1 hours                 $360
    • Clinics                                $25
 Rates for Tennis Professionals:
    • Half Hour                                        $35
    • One Hour                                         $65
    • Series of 5 - 1/2 hours                         $165
    • Series of 5 - 1 hours                           $305
    • Clinics                                          $25



     Save The Date!                                           Watch For...
        Tennis Fest 2011                                     Club Champions
 Pro-Am Charity Tournament                            begins Sunday, January 23
       March 12 & 13
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soffer family tennis center   health, sports, & wellness
                              USTA Quick Start Tennis
                              Mighty Mites Tennis
                              A fun introduction for the youngest tennis player in your family. The student:coach ratio is 6:1.
                              Develop hand-eye coordination & listening skills. Games, prizes, and a NEW WILSON tennis
                              racquet for those who sign up during early registration.
                                                                                                          Member
                              Days         Code           Sessions           Time          Age           early reg            Assoc
                              Mon/Wed       94000             33         3:15-3:45pm        3-4           $410      $445       $560
                              One Day       *See Below        16         3:15-3:45pm        3-4           $250      $270       $340
                              Tues/Thurs    94001             35         3:30-4pm           3-4           $440      $475       $595
                              One Day       *See below        17         3:30-4pm           3-4           $270      $290       $365
                              Wed           94009             18         3:45-4:15pm        3-4           $210      $225       $285
                              Coaches: Donna Tollefsen, U.S.P.T.A. / Serge Petit-Pointe, P.T.R. / Nathalie Mantilla, P.T.R.
                              *Monday: 94002 • *Wednesday: 94003 • *Tuesday: 94004 • *Thursday: 94005




                              Little Tennis Academy
                              Combine tennis skills for all levels, beginning match play and fitness. Participants will also
                              learn sportsmanship and game etiquette. The student:coach ratio is 6:1.
                                                                                                           Member
                              Days         Code           Sessions           Time          Age            early reg           Assoc
                              Academy II
                              Mon/Wed 94007                   33         4-4:50pm           5-10          $470      $510       $640
                              Academy II
                              Tues/Thurs 94008                35         4-4:50pm           5-10          $500      $540       $675
                              One Day See below               17         4-4:50pm           5-10          $325      $350       $440
                              Coaches: Donna Tollefsen, U.S.P.T.A. / Bill Ogene, U.S.P.T.A. / John Cossu, P.T.R. / Ildiko Csordas, P.T.R
                              Nathalie Mantilla, P.T.R. / Serge Petit-Pointe, P.T.R. / Lee Dresbach, P.T.R.
                              Academy II - Monday: 94011 • Tuesday: 94012 • Wednesday: 94013 • Thursday: 94014




                              Future Stars Tennis Academy
                              A child's first Academy experience combining skills, match play, strategy, and fitness.
                              Etiquette and sportsmanship are stressed.
                                                                                                          Member
                              Days         Code           Sessions           Time          Age           early reg           Assoc
                              Mon/Wed       94015             33         4-5:30pm           7-10          $770      $835   $1,045
                              Tues/Thurs    94016             35         4-5:30pm           7-10          $815      $885   $1,110
                              Three Days    94017             51         4-5:30pm           7-10          $940      $1,020 $1,275
                              Four Days     94010             68         4-5:30pm           7-10          $1,215    $1,320 $1,650
                              Coaches: Carlos Maehama, P.T.R., / Bill Ogene U.S.P.T.A./ Carlos Ramirez U.S.P.T.A.
                              1 Day: member - $600/associate member - $750 • Early: $555
                              Monday: 94018 • Tuesday: 94019 • Wednesday: 94020 • Thursday: 94021




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                                                                                                            soffer family tennis center
Tournament Tennis Academy
For advanced beginners and intermediate players - includes basic stroke production, drills,
and introduction to match play.
                                                                            Member
Days          Code         Sessions           Time          Age            early reg         Assoc
Mon/Wed       94022            33            5-7pm          10-18          $830     $900      $1,125
Tues/Thurs    94023            35            5-7pm          10-18          $880     $955      $1,195
Three Days    94024            51            5-7pm          10-18          $1,210   $1,315    $1,645
Four Days     94025            68            5-7pm          10-18          $1,490   $1,615    $2,020
Coaches: Donna Tollefsen, U.S.P.T.A., / Bill Ogene, U.S.P.T.A.
Staff: John Cossu, P.T.R., / Nathalie Mantilla, P.T.R. / Serge Petit Pointe, P.T.R./Lee Dresbach, P.T.R./
Carlos Ramirez U.S.P.T.A.
1 Day: member - $790 • Associate member - $990 • Early - $730
Monday: 94026 • Tuesday: 94027 • Wednesday: 94028 • Thursday: 94029


High Performance Tennis Academy
Improve all aspects of the game. Footwork drills, strength training, plyometrics will condition
our players in becoming top Tennis Athletes. Work towards a U.S.T.A. ranking or progress up
the U.S.T.A. ranking list. Must try out for this Academy.
                                                                            Member
Days         Code          Sessions           Time          Age            early reg         Assoc
Mon/Wed       94030            33            5-7pm          11-18          $830     $900      $1,125
Tues/Thurs    94031            35            5-7pm          11-18          $880     $955      $1,195
Three Days    94032            51            5-7pm          11-18          $1,210   $1,315    $1,645
Four Days     94033            68            5-7pm          10-18          $1,490   $1,615    $2,020
Head Coaches: Carlos Maehama, P.T.R., Bill Ogene, U.S.P.T.A. Staff: Ildiko Csordas, P.T.R
1Day: member - $790 • Associate member - $990 • Early - $730
Monday: 94034 • Tuesday: 94035 • Wednesday: 94036 • Thursday: 94037


Adult Tennis Program -                                   MAR-JCC membership required
•Seniors Program
Monday-Friday, 7:30-9am • Round Robin
•Ladies’ program
Monday                Monday                           Tuesday               Wednesday
Beginners Clinic      Working Women’s Clinic           Cardio Tennis         Ladies Clinic 9-11am
9-10:30am             7-9pm                            9-10:30am             All levels & teams.
Fee: $20              Fee: $25                         Fee: $20              Fee: $25
(Duration of clinic may be modified based on registration)

•Ladies’ Tennis Leagues
Tuesday              Thursday                      Thursday                Friday
Ladies 3.5           Ladies                        Ladies 4.0              Ladies
USTA League          “B” Team Matches              USTA League             “A” Team Matches

                                                   Ladies
                                                   “B” Round Robin
•Mens’ Tennis Leagues
USTA Leagues 4.0 & 4.5                       Thursday
For more information, call Bill at           Men’s Clinic
305-932-4200 x160                            7-9pm
                                             Fee: $25

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