News & Updates
Friday, November 18, 2011
This is an exciting transition time for teen programming in One Jewish Asheville (“OJA”). You may be aware that the Asheville JCC recently announced that it will no longer be able to support a staff-level position to do teen youth group and social programming. In making this decision, the JCC called a community meeting to discuss options for the future of
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Pick-up basketball is back! Stay active, and away from the cold this winter and come to the JCC gym Mondays @ 6:15 PM for some high-energy fun, small pick-up games, just in time for basketball season.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011
As part of our continuing effort to provide the best possible value for our families, we have restructured the JUST KIDS tuition rates to include all full day programming we offer when Asheville City Schools are closed. Now any child enrolled in JUST KIDS Afterschool is welcome to join us for the full day programs for no added fee. Take advantage of this
Monday, June 27, 2011
The Asheville Jewish Leadership Collaborative announces the launch of a unified internet portal for community members to learn about organizations and events in Jewish Asheville. The One Jewish Asheville website, www.onejewishasheville.org, includes links to more than ten independent faith and community-based organizations that contribute to the Jewish
Thursday, February 10, 2011
As a corporate partner, First Citizens Bank is pleased to offer special benefits for JCC members who open an account with them.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Jewish Educational Loan Fund (JELF) announces a new partnership with Jewish
Family Services of WNC (JFS) and the WNC Jewish Federation (WNCJF) to offer
interest-free educational loans to qualified Jewish students.
provides interest-free loans to Jewish students from Georgia, Florida, South
Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia for post-secondary
Thursday, January 13, 2011
Kudos to Seth Kellam for his Guest Commentary, featured in this week's Mountain Xpress:
"Recent reports of teen suicides have made the consequences of unchecked bullying and racial harassment (such as a cross burning in Fletcher this fall) painfully clear.
Bullying is certainly not a new phenomenon, and it could easily be dismissed as an unfortunate but
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Did you see the "One Jewish Asheville" tent at the Hardlox Festival? Maybe you wondered to yourself, "Is this another Jewish organization in Asheville?" In case you didn't get to pick up the brochure that was available at the festival, here is more information about this exciting new collaboration between all of the Jewish agencies in town.