Tuesdays, 9 am-2 pm
Call Frieda Harris 201.408.1453 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Judi Nahary 201.408.1450 | email@example.com
REAP (Retired Executives & Professionals)
REAP is a weekly JCC club for active senior adults that is organized and run by its own energetic and intellectually-passionate membership. Looking to provide meaningful social and learning experiences, each session features a one-hour educational or cultural program, followed by a social, brown-bag lunch that members bring. Participants then take part in spinoff afternoon programs that include bridge, current events, musical programs, short story discussions, a book club and more. REAP also features special holiday celebrations, off-site lunches and day trips during the year. Transportation offered to many towns for $5 round trip fee (based on availability). Coffee and tea are served.
Tuesdays, 9am-2pm, Yearly Fee: $185 singles; $310 Couple
February 2nd: The Lincoln Brigade: Jewish Volunteers During the 1930s Spanish Civil War
February 9th: The Sky's the Limit: A Pilot's World War II Air Force Experiences
February 16th: The Wit and Wisdom of American Humorist Will Rogers - Part I
February 23rd: The Wit and Wisdom of American Humorist Will Rogers - Part II
March 1st: The Spirit of Socialism
March 8th: Some Aspects of Financial Planning
March 15th: Former Closter Mayor Sophie Heymann on "My Life: Journey From Nuremberg
to New Jersey"
March 22nd: Beyond the Silk Mills
Mach 29th: Army Cover-Up: The Mysterious Death of Revolutionary War Hero Brigadier
General Enoch Poor
April 5th: "Fifty Children" - A Holocaust Mission Documentary
April 12th: Taking A Vacation From Stress
April 19th: The Borsht Belt
April 26th: Music Icons Buddy Holly and Patsy Cline, with Music CD
May 3rd: Games, Cards, Puzzles, etc.
May 10th: A Peace Corp Volunteer Combatting Malaria in Zambia
May 17th: The Author of "Skatekey,": Reminiscences From The Great Depression Through The 1970s
May 24th: June Nislick, the Author of "Zayda Was A Cowboy"
May 31st: Baseball A-La-Carte, Video and Discussion of Baseball During World War II, Including its Humor and Curses
Click here for descriptions of this month's programs
Yom Hashoah Commemoration: Besa - The Promise
Our annual Yom Hashoah commemoration will feature the viewing of Besa: The Promise, a film that weaves the first-person accounts of the Albanian Muslim who rescued Jews during the Holocaust along with the story of Rexhap Hoxha, a Muslim-Albania who wanted to fulfill the promise his father made to a Jewish family by returning a set of Judaic books they left behind. Johanna Neumman, who was protected by the Albanian community during the Holocaust and is part of the film The Besa, will give the keyour keynote address. The evening will also feature the presentation of the Abe Oster Holocaust Remembrance Award to a high school student who creates a work of art that conveys the continuing relevance of the Holocaust in the 21st century. Additionally, there will be a candle-lighting ceremony honoring all survivors and their families.
|Wed, May 4
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
|For more information, or to register, please call 201.408.1418.