The Asheville JCC will receive the Zahav award in Jewish Impact at the JCCs of North America Biennial to be held May 15-18 in Baltimore, Maryland. More than 700 people from the U.S., Canada, Israel, and countries in Latin America and Europe and the former Soviet Union are expected to attend this showcase event of […]
When my wife and I decided to adopt, we knew we were making a decision that would require a great deal of education. In addition to learning how to be the best parents possible and how to guide our child through life’s typical ups and downs, we would need to also be experts in all […]
The Asheville JCC lost a most cherished friend and long-time supporter when Fred Kahn left the world on February 19, 2016. The following is excerpted from the tribute that was written about Fred and his wife, Jan, when they received the JCC’s 2013 Outstanding Service Award: The connection that Fred Kahn had to the Asheville […]
What’s Jewish about protecting the environment? The Asheville JCC is committed to serving as Shomrei Adamah, Guardians of the Earth. Through our environmental education programming we teach our children about Kavod (Respect) and Tikkun Olam (Repair of the World). Our award-winning garden curriculum connects them to Nature, Food and the ancient agricultural cycles which have […]
On Leap Day, Monday, February 29, stop by the JCC 2nd floor any time between 8 am and 6 pm to learn more about our exciting facility improvements and capital campaign! Click here to find out more about Tomorrow’s JCC.
I have been working in Camp Tikvah since the summer of 2012. For those of you who don’t know, Camp Tikvah is an all-inclusive camp within Camp Ruach for children on the autism spectrum. For the past two summers I have been the senior counselor, but when it started, I was a fifteen year old […]