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LJCC One of Five Selected to Partner with BBYO to Address Adolescent Health

By Michelle Rusgo, LJCC Youth Programs Coordinator In a first-of-its kind-partnership, JCC Association of North America and the BBYO Center for Adolescent Wellness (BBYO-CAW), with support from the Jim Joseph Foundation, will collaborate to assess and support mental, emotional, and social health among adolescents.   The pilot initiative comes

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LJCC One of Five Selected to Partner with BBYO to Address Adolescent Health

By Michelle Rusgo, LJCC Youth Programs Coordinator In a first-of-its kind-partnership, JCC Association of North America and the BBYO Center for Adolescent Wellness (BBYO-CAW), with support from the Jim Joseph Foundation, will collaborate to assess and support mental, emotional, and social health among adolescents.   The pilot initiative comes

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What’s Next for Generations at Shalom Park

By Karen Knoble Generations at Shalom Park is an exciting project bringing an adult living community inside the vibrant multigenerational setting of Shalom Park. “Generations” references an important Jewish value — L’Dor V’Dor (from Generation to Generation)

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