Retired professionals and executives enjoy fellowship, stimulating lectures and performances, and a healthy exchange of ideas over coffee and bagels. Visitors (male and female) are always welcome. Club fee and JCC Membership required for on-going attendance. For more information, please contact Linda Paver, 914.366.7898.
Elliott Topp, Chair
Wednesdays, 9:45 am – 11:30 am
Library, Legacy Building
Member $65 annual fee (Men’s Club “members” must be Members of the JCC, but visitors welcome)
June 6: Open Meeting
June 13: Westchester County – A Historical Tour in Postcards
Patrick Raftery, Associate Director and Librarian of The Westchester County Historical Society, will narrate a slide presentation.
June 20: Jerusalem Before David
Jerusalem existed longer before it became the City of David than it did as the capital of his kingdom. Contrary to the popular comparison of David choosing the city for his capital as the Founding Fathers chose the city of Washington, Jerusalem was a living city with centuries-old history. What do we know about the history? Dr. Peter Feinman, Institute of History, Archaeology and Education, will discuss this part of History.
June 27: The Inner Depths of the Canyon
So what does it take to run the Grand Canyon from the South Rim to the North Rim and Back? The short answer is training, a lot of determination and a little insanity. Listen to Dennis Noskin, local architect and avid trail runner for nearly 35 years, as he shares his personal story and insight about how he progressed through nearly 11,000 feet of climbing – in roughly a day’s worth of work! He’ll avoid sweating but will show a fantastic slide presentation with perspectives that few have seen.
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