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Cathy’s Whim – Let’s Talk About Israel and Antisemitism

Cathy’s Whim – Support for Israel

The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton has always been a fervent supporter of Israel. We believe in Israel’s right to exist as a safe and sovereign state. At this perilous time, it is incumbent on us to stay informed of the current situation in Israel and take action when necessary.

2021 JCC Film Festival Starts June 8 — Tickets On Sale Now!

2021 JCC Film Festival Starts June 8 — Tickets On Sale Now!

The JCC’s 21st Annual Dayton Jewish Film Festival is kicking off opening night at the Dixie Twin Drive-In with the award-winning documentary Picture of His Life on Tuesday, June 8, $15 per car. DJ Butch Brown kicks off the celebration at 7PM, and the film will begin...
Cathy’s Whim – Let’s Talk About Israel and Antisemitism

Cathy’s Whim – Oy ~ do I have a program for you!!

On occasion, a parent will call us asking, “How do I get my child involved in young adult programming?” It is always exciting to get these calls because more often than not, parents take the initiative in deciding what is best for their adult children.

Cathy’s Whim – Let’s Talk About Israel and Antisemitism

WHIM Special Edition: Important Announcement

WHIM Special Edition: Important Announcement Good Afternoon, It is with a great deal of admiration and respect, as well as a bit of sadness, that today I announce the impending retirement of two of our wonderful employees ~ Cheryl Carne and Jane Hochstein. As we plan...
Cathy’s Whim – Let’s Talk About Israel and Antisemitism

Cathy’s WHIM – One Year

Often times, anniversaries call for a celebration. This past week marked a very important anniversary in our world, but this certainly is no time for celebration. It was exactly one year ago today that our staff would all be together working under one roof.

From the Desk of Miss Meryl

From the Desk of Miss Meryl

I’m Meryl Hattenbach, the director of Camp Shalom at the JCC of Greater Dayton. This will be my sixth summer as the camp director. I come from a robust background of Jewish camping. I grew up with the JCC summer camps: first in the day camp at the Cincinnati JCC, and then at Camp Livingston as a camper for five years and then a counselor for another four.

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