Honoring our local Holocaust survivors.
Perhaps the single most important aspect of maintaining their Russian-Israeli Jewish identity is the fact that being together with like-background people has given the Poznianskys a community to belong in.
“I love the multiplicity of rabbinic persuasions, ideas, and opinions about Judaism. You can’t help but learn.”
“I really like the exciting and mentally stimulating conversation we have every week.”
“Seeing a child from the Preschool, the posters and flyers for Jewish events, and knowing the APJCC is guided by Jewish values all feels natural to me.”
“I meet so many people and there are so many different programs – I can’t keep up with all of them.”
“I want my kids to know about their Jewish identity, heritage and culture – to accept it and to be proud of it!”
“The JCC is a Jewish identity growth center — a living and continuous ‘J Camp,’ — where just showing up increases your sense of being Jewish.”
“It is great to make friends with the parents and other grandparents at these Preschool events – people you greet and hug when you see them elsewhere around APJCC.”
“APJCC Preschool teachers view parents as their partners.”