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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Dear Friends,

The pandemic has challenged us all in ways we never could have imagined. With the support of our amazing members, Board and staff, we have taken actions that have allowed us to open our summer camp, reopen the pool and fitness room and maintain the financial stability of the JCC this summer. But we continue to operate with massive uncertainty and the JCC is not immune to the practical and economic consequences that face so many businesses today.  

To help us manage the impact of the pandemic, we will be temporarily closing the fitness room effective August 20.  We expect this closure to be a pause in operations and plan to reopen the fitness room in the future.

We know that many of you have been loyal JCC members for 30 years or more and that this news will be a major disappointment.  Please know that we have done everything possible to find a path that would allow us to keep the fitness room open.  The combination of capacity limitations on gyms and member health concerns about working out inside, have reduced membership revenue to a point where it can no longer cover the operating costs of this part of our facility.

We are sure that you have many questions and we are going to do our best to answer them below.  

What's going to happen to my membership?
All JCC memberships, with the exception of summer swim memberships and those who are signed up to use the pool, will be frozen immediately.  When the fitness room reopens, you will have the option to restart your membership.  Also, we know that some of you pay your annual membership in full and encourage you to keep reading for more details.

Will the pool remain open?
YES!  The pool will remain open through Labor Day.  We are finalizing expanded pool hours which will begin after the last day of camp.  We are also working on a plan that will allow the pool to remain open until at least right before Rosh Hashanah (September 18).  

Will the pool be open this winter?
At this time, we do not expect to be able to maintain the heated tent this winter. The heat alone costs $15,000/month and membership revenue, coupled with mandated capacity limits, will not be enough to cover the operating expenses of the heated pool and tent.  We will, however, continue to look for solutions that will allow us to keep the pool in year-round operation.

Will Group Fitness classes still be available?
YES! We will continue to offer virtual classes through The J Online: Our Digital Community Center and will be adding to our schedule of outside pop-up classes.  The 50% capacity limit for gyms prevents us from having classes in the either the group fitness or spin studios.  We are also exploring the possibility of offering classes on the basketball court.  Through the end of September, all classes, whether online or outside, will be available at no cost to the community.  For the complete Group Fitness class schedule, visit www.phillyjccc.com/thejonline.  To register for outside pop-up classes, go to kaisermanjcc.setmore.com.

What's the plan for Personal Training?
Our team of fabulous personal trainers have been offering virtual training sessions and will continue to do so in the weeks and months ahead.  We are all committed to helping you meet your fitness goals from the comfort of your home.  For more information or to schedule personal training sessions, please call 610-896-7770 or email info@phillyjcc.com.

What's the plan for youth sports programs like gymnastics and Tae Kwon Do?
We are working with the Montgomery County Office of Public Health and sports-specific associations on a plan for youth sports for this fall.  We are very mindful of our responsibility to help promote the health and safety of our community's athletes and our plans will reflect this commitment.  We expect to have more information in the next 2 weeks.

What are the JCC's plans for other programs and events?
For nearly 50 years, the JCC has provided critical childcare and program support to families in our community.  We will be launching a new educational enrichment program for children who are either learning virtually fulltime or whose school is operating a hybrid model.  For more information about this program or ways that we can help your family navigate the challenges of the coming school year, please contact Jordan Bravato at jbravato@phillyjcc.com.

Our 3 author events this August are also examples of the kind of exciting experiences that you can expect to see from the JCC.  We are working on program partnerships with select JCCs and with our colleagues from other organizations in the Philly region.  Our commitment is to deliver creative and innovative Jewish-centered experiences – online and in person -- that encourage the exploration of Judaism and Jewish culture and celebrate the rich and diverse voices of our Jewish community.

What if I paid my membership if full?
If you have paid your membership in full, we have a few options for you:

  • We will add the remaining months to your membership when we are able to reopen the fitness room.
  • We will issue a refund for any remaining months calculated after August 1, 2020.
  • We will convert the value of the remaining months into a tax-deductible contribution to the JCC Sustainability for the Future Fund.

To help ensure that we best meet your preference, please complete this very simple form

How can I continue to support the JCC?
We have been overwhelmed by your caring and support and, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your contributions and words of kindness.  Your continued to support of the JCC Sustainability for the Future Fund will impact our community by: 

  • Funding scholarships to those in our community whose jobs have been recently impacted by this pandemic;
  • Helping cover the increase in cleaning costs needed to operate our facility during COVID-19;
  • Funding alternative program models—at dedicated offsite locations or virtual—to connect people to our programs and services;
  • Maintaining the extensive new safety protocols and health screenings to help keep our facility clean and our staff and community healthy;
  • Sustaining the ongoing programs, joyous celebrations and Jewish learning opportunities that are the hallmark of our JCC.

To support the JCC Sustainability for the Future Fund - by continuing to pay your monthly membership dues or with a specific contribution - please complete this simple form.

What if I have questions, need assistance or would like to speak with someone at the JCC?
We are here for you!  Please call us at any time at 610-896-7770 or email info@phillyjcc.com.  Of course, Amy Krulik, Kaiserman's CEO, is always available.  You can reach Amy at akrulik@phillyjcc.com.

Thank you for being such great partners as we navigate the work of the JCC amidst unprecedented uncertainty.  Together, we will ensure a healthy JCC into the future.

With warmest regards,
Amy and Cindy

Amy Krulik, CEO      Cindy Smukler, Boar​d President

 



Special Note:  This email is SUPER long, so be sure to grab a drink, have a snack handy and pick a comfy spot before you get started.

Dear Friends,

We are so looking forward to welcoming you back to the J and appreciate the time you have given us to develop this reopening plan.  We are also so grateful to everyone who responded to our Reopening Survey.  Your input has informed many parts of this plan and will continue to guide our decision-making in the weeks and months ahead.

This plan represents the FIRST PHASE of our efforts to provide in-person health and wellness opportunities to our community.  We will modify this plan -- adding additional hours to the schedule, making additional ​portions of our facility available for use and making changes to requirements -- as we all become comfortable with our operations and protocols.

Guiding Principles of Our Plan

  • We will reopen a program and/or facility only when we are permitted to do so based on Commonwealth ​of Pennsylvania guidelines.
  • We will reopen a program and/or facility only when we are able to properly staff the program and provide necessary protection for our members and staff.
  • We will reopen a program and/or facility only when we are able to implement new policies and procedures, based on expert guidance, including our ability to procure the necessary supplies and equipment.

Key Elements of Our Plan

  • Incorporating new social distancing and capacity requirements which may include redirection of foot traffic, enhanced front desk measures, reduced building capacity, and pre-registration for certain types of visits;
  • Assessing the risk level across programs and activities based on guidelines and recommendations from the CDC, Montgomery County Office of Public Health, JCC Association, American Camp Association, American Industrial Hygiene Association and other local and national experts;
  • Enhancing cleaning and sanitation measures and procedures throughout our facility; and 
  • Planning for multiple scenarios to ensure we are ready to safely open based on potential and changing guidelines/restrictions. 

What Does Green Mean for the JCC

Going to the Green Phase does NOT mean business as usual for the JCC or for any other business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Here's what the Green Phase means for JCC programs and operations:

  • Capacity limited to 50% in the Fitness Room and Group Fitness Studios as determined in conjunction with the Lower Merion Fire Department
  • Capacity limited at the pool to ensure social distancing
  • Appointments must be made for the use of any facility or program
  • Health screenings must be completed before entry
  • Increased cleaning and sanitization of all JCC spaces
  • Face coverings (masks or face shields) must be worn at all times by members and staff, except when swimming in the pool 

Know Before You Go

  • You MUST reserve a time for either the pool, fitness room or group fitness class using our online reservation system.  We will share a link to the system about one week before our scheduled reopening date.
  • Reservations will be available for 45-minute sessions at the top of each hour.  
  • Drop-ins are not permitted.
  • The last 15 minutes of each hour will be used for cleaning and sanitization.
  • Members may reserve ONE time slot each day for either the pool, fitness room or a group fitness class.
  • You will be able to access the reservation system up to 1 week in advance.
  • All members will need to sign a new Waiver of Liability.
  • Only members will be permitted to enter the JCC.
    • If your membership is currently frozen, it must be unfrozen before you can access the JCC.
    • Once your membership is unfrozen, you will resume your regular membership dues.
    • Summer swim memberships will be available.  Details are coming next week.
    • We are still exploring options for a group fitness membership/class pass.
  • No guests will be permitted in the JCC at this time.
  • Members will enter the JCC through the front door and check-in at the Front Desk.
    • Members will have their temperature checked and complete a health questionnaire each time they enter the JCC.
    • Your reservation will be confirmed and you will be given a colored wristband that indicates to staff the location of your reservation.
    • Members will be allowed to enter the building up to 15 minutes before their scheduled time and will wait in the front lobby until approximately 5 minutes before the start of their scheduled time. 
    • Members will observe social distancing and will wear a mask or face shield while waiting in the front lobby.  Please note that there is no furniture in the front or back lobby.
  • Members will exit the JCC either through the gate at the pool or through the rear door in the fitness center. 
  • Rest rooms in the main hall and the family rest room will be available.

At this time, the following facilities are CLOSED:

  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Locker Rooms
  • Basketball Court
  • Group Fitness and Spin Studios
  • No Swim Lessons

Green Phase Reopening


Now thru July 10

  • Camp Kef in Session - Camp runs June 22-August 14.  Please see the special note about camp below.
  • Train Staff - The entire JCC staff will be taking on additional roles to help ensure the health and safety of everyone at the JCC.  All staff are receiving detailed training in advance of our reopening.

  • Facility Status:


Beginning July 11

  • Limited Pool and Fitness Room Hours & Outdoor Group Fitness Classes - Weekends ONLY

Pool Information

  • Pool Open to Members - SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY
  • 9am-12pm - lap swimming only, no toddler pool
  • 12pm-4pm - lap and recreational swimming, toddler pool will be available

    Details about using the pool
    • Enter the JCC through the Main Entrance; exit through the pool gate into the parking lot.
    • Lanes/toddler pool MUST be reserved in advance.
    • One lap swimmer per lane - 6 swimmers during each 45 minute period during lap swimming.
    • One family per lane or swimmer per lane – 6 groups during each 45 minute period during recreational swimming. You may not switch to the toddler pool.
    • One family in toddler pool – 1 family during each 45 minute period during recreational swimming. You may not switch to the main pool.
    • No chairs will be available - you may bring your own.
    • Benches will be available to store personal belongings during your swim period.
    • No showers or locker rooms.  You may use the rest rooms in the main hallway.
    • No pool noodles, kick boards or barbells will be available.
    • All railings and benches will be sanitized between swim periods.
    • You must wear a face covering when entering the JCC and pool area and when walking around the pool deck. 

Fitness Room Information

  • Fitness Room Open to Members - SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY
  • 9am-12pm - cardio, weight/resistance machines and free weights available

    Details about using the Fitness Room
    • You MUST enter the JCC through the Main Entrance and MUST exit through the rear door in the fitness room into the parking lot.
    • You MUST reserve a 45-minute workout period in advance. You may choose from either cardio or weight equipment.
    • All equipment has been repositioned to promote social distancing. NOTE: Not all equipment will be available each day and some equipment has been removed from the fitness room.  
    • You MUST wipe down your equipment before and after each use. 
    • No fans will be on in the fitness room – A/C will remain on.
    • No showers or locker rooms.  You may use the rest rooms in the main hallway.
    • You must wear a face covering (mask or face shield) during your entire time in the JCC building.

Outdoor Group Fitness Classes

  • Pop-Up Classes: We are currently building our schedule of dynamic outdoor group fitness classes and will have more information to share soon.

    Details about Outdoor Group Fitness Classes
    • Enter the JCC through the Main Entrance to check in.
    • Meet the class in the designated area outside.
    • Social distancing will be strictly observed during each class.
    • You must register in advance for each class.
    • You must bring your own mat or other equipment as designated by the class format.
    • In the case of inclement weather, the class will be cancelled.
    • Classes may be recorded for future use.

  • Facility Status:
    • Entire JCC facility is closed for Camp Kef from 7:45am-4pm.
    • Limited weekend hours for the pool and fitness room.
    • Weekend pop-up group fitness classes.
    • Enjoy a full schedule of online programs and LIVE! classes at www.phillyjcc.com/thejonline


Beginning July 28

JCC Hours Expanded 

  • Pool - Expanded Hours

    • Saturday and Sunday
    • 9am-12pm - lap swimming only
    • 12pm-4pm - lap and recreational swimming

      NEW!
    • Tuesday and Thursday
    • 4:30-7:30pm - lap and recreational swimming

  • Fitness Room - Expanded Hours

    • Saturday & Sunday
    • 9am-12pm 

      NEW!
    • Tuesday and Thursday
    • 4:30-7:30pm 

  • Based on our reopening experience, we will review plans to add access to the basketball courts, indoor track and other JCC facilities.

  • Facility Status:
    • Entire JCC facility is closed for Camp Kef from 7:45am-4pm - through August 14
    • Limited weekend and weekday hours for the pool and fitness room.
    • Weekend pop-up group fitness classes.
    • Enjoy a full schedule of online programs and LIVE! classes at www.phillyjcc.com/thejonline 


Looking Ahead

We will continue to add hours and facility access to our schedule.  We will also be introducing some exciting new virtual fitness challenges and cultural arts programs.  Look for info in a couple of weeks about our Sizzling Summer Series that begins at the end of July.

And finally, we want to share a quick update on Camp Kef 2020:

We began our 49th summer of Camp Kef on Monday, June 22 and we want say to yasher koach (congratulations) to our campers, staff and camp parents for an amazing first week.  Parents navigated our expanded carpool like champs, our campers are hand washing rock stars and our staff have raised face covering to an art form.  All this and everyone is have a great time at art, swim, sports, music, nature, etc., ect., etc.  We can’t wait for Week 2.  We have very, very limited spots for our second session which begins July 20th.  Please contact Jordan or Matt at campkef@phillyjcc.com for more information.

Thank you, thank you, thank you for your confidence in and commitment to our JCC.  We really can't wait to see you!!

Shabbat Shalom, stay healthy and we’ll see you at the J,
Cindy and Amy

Cindy Smukler, Board Chair
Amy Krulik, CEO


Update on Reopening Plan (June 22): 

As our community prepares to enter the Green Phase, we are looking forward to welcoming you back to the J.  We are planning for a very gradual and measured reopening and are committed to doing our best to meet your fitness and swimming needs and service expectations.

Our detailed protocols include:

  • Increased cleaning and sanitization of our facilities
  • New online reservation system to manage facility access and program participation
  • Requirement that masks must be worn at all times by staff and members - including when working out
  • Social distancing will practiced in all areas of the JCC
  • Daily health checks for staff and members
  • Continued development of virtual programming to help us all stay connected and engaged

Today is our first day of Camp Kef!  Camp looks a little different this year with smaller bunks, activities that emphasize social distancing and lots of extra hand washing.  The campers are having a great day and the summer is off to an exciting start.

To help ensure that Camp Kef is safely underway, we are planning to phase in our reopening the week of July 6.  We will begin with limited hours in the pool and fitness room.  Group fitness classes will still be virtual and the sauna, steam room, basketball courts and indoor track will remain closed.

More detailed information including a schedule of hours and a link to our online reservation system will be available soon.


Reopening Plan (May 29):

Dear Friends,

Governor Wolf's announcement last week that Montgomery County and our entire region will likely move to the Yellow Phase on June 5 was big news for the JCC.  The move from the Red Phase will mean exciting changes for us and we want to share the first phase of our Plan for Reopening the Kaiserman JCC.  

Guiding Principles of Our Plan

  • We will reopen a program and/or facility only when we are permitted to do so based on Commonwealth guidelines.
  • We will reopen a program and/or facility only when we are able to properly staff the program and provide necessary protection for our members and staff.
  • We will reopen a program and/or facility only when we are able to implement new policies and procedures, based on expert guidance, including our ability to procure the necessary supplies and equipment.

Key Elements of Our Plan

  • Incorporating new social distancing and capacity requirements which may include redirection of foot traffic, enhanced front desk measures, reduced building capacity, and pre-registration for certain types of visits;
  • Assessing the risk level across programs and activities based on guidelines and recommendations from the CDC, Montgomery County Office of Public Health, JCC Association, American Camp Association, American Industrial Hygiene Association and other local and national experts;
  • Enhancing cleaning and sanitation measures and procedures throughout our facility; and 
  • Planning for multiple scenarios to ensure we are ready to safely open based on potential and changing guidelines/restrictions. 

Anticipated Yellow Phase Reopening

Step 1 | Now- June 21

  • Prepare Our Building - We are preparing a detailed plan to manage the flow of people inside all areas of the building and in the parking lot.  This preparation includes special signage and the removal/repositioning of furniture and equipment.
  • Prepare Protocols - Our protocols will cover all operational, maintenance and programmatic areas including a detailed cleaning and sanitization plan, enhanced staff roles and new rules for entering the JCC.
  • Secure Health and Safety Supplies - From masks to gloves to plastic barriers for the front desk, we are securing the resources that we need to safely reopen the J.
  • Train Staff - The entire JCC staff will be taking on additional roles to help ensure the health and safety of everyone at the JCC.  All staff will receive detailed training in advance of our reopening.
  • Revise Camp Kef Program to Meet New Guidelines - We are continually modifying our Camp Kef program - everything from car pool to bunk activities -- to meet new recommendations from the CDC, Governor's office, American Camp Association and JCC Association.

Facility Status:

Step 2 | Beginning June 22

  • Camp Kef Begins - Camp Kef will look very different this year with much smaller bunks, activities that encourage social distancing, modified camp hours and significantly increased cleaning and sanitization throughout the day.
  • Outdoor Pools Open for Camp Kef Only* - Campers will enjoy free swim and social distancing will be encouraged by allowing only one bunk in the pool at a time.

Facility Status:

*Special Note About the Outdoor Pools:

We understand that moving to Yellow means that we are permitted to operate both Camp Kef and our pools.  However, and this is a big however, there are a number of major elements that must be in place for the pools to safely open. 

  • Pool inspection - The pool must be inspected by Lower Merion Township. Our inspection is scheduled for June 17.
  • No locker rooms - During the Yellow Phase, locker rooms and showers are to remain closed.  Bathroom facilities may be open.
  • Limited/Controlled Use - Recommendations for the operation of pools includes having swimmers sign up for specific pool time, restricting the use of pool equipment like noodles and kick boards and promoting social distancing both in and around the pool.  During the Yellow Phase lounging on the pool deck will not be permitted.  We are working with public health and pool experts to determine if it will be possible for us to offer recreational swim for members and still adhere to social distancing guidelines
  • Cleaning - Special cleaning protocols will be implemented throughout the pool area.

After the pool is successfully inspected, we expect to open the pool on June 22 for Camp Kef campers only.  On July 1, will reevaluate expanding access to the pool for members.  No guests will be permitted to use the pool this summer.

Planning for the Green Phase: 

We are working on protocols, facility use and programs for when our region goes to Green.  Please remember that there will still be many building capacity, social distancing and mitigation requirements in place.  Please also note that any JCC facilities that open during the Green Phase will be for members only - this includes Silver Sneakers and Silver and Fit members.   Look for more information once the Governor announces that we are moving to Green.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the JCC and growing the level of connection that makes our JCC community so special. Your encouragement, support, and patience are so appreciated and we truly hope to see you soon!

With warmest regards,
Cindy and Amy

Cindy Smukler, Board President     Amy Krulik, CEO




 

Coronavirus Update (6:00pm March 13):

Dear Friends, 

Thank you so much for all the beautiful words of support that you shared over the last 24 hours.  Your kindness is a vivid reminder of how critical it is for us to lift one another up during this unsettled time.  Our community is rich with caring and thoughtful people and I am so fortune to have the opportunity to know you and work with you. 

The Kaiserman JCC Board of Directors and I met today to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing our JCC.  There is no question that we are committed to the long-term health of our members and staff and the financial security of our entire agency. 

Over the next few days, we will be rolling out some exciting online resources that will allow us to continue to deliver outstanding programs.  These experiences will welcome everyone to learn, grow and celebrate in our shared community.  This work is taking extensive coordination across our JCC and we thank you in advance for your patience as we continue to navigate these uncharted waters..

Thank you for being amazing friends to the JCC.  Our community, and my life, are richer because of you.

Shabbat Shalom, wash your hands and see you soon at the J,
Amy

 


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Coronavirus Update (3:30pm March 12):

Dear Friends,

By now, I am sure you have heard the news that Governor Wolf has issued an order that, effective tomorrow, all schools, community centers, gyms and entertainment centers in Montgomery County must close for 2 weeks.  Yes, that includes the Kaiserman JCC.  Although none of us are happy about this news, I do understand and appreciate the Governor’s efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus and keep our entire community as safe as possible. 

I am sure that you will have a number of questions about rescheduling, payments, cleaning, etc.  Our Board of Directors and I have developed a business continuity plan and are meeting tomorrow morning (by Zoom) to address the new issues that have arisen due to today’s action by Governor Wolf.  Please look for more detailed communication from me in the coming days.

The senior staff and I will be working from home over the next two weeks and will have ready access to our email.  Please reach out to us at any time with questions and concerns and will do our best to provide answers to you.  As this is a new and changing situation, we may not always have an immediate answer for you and will be as timely as possible with our responses.  Here are emails for me and our department directors:

Amy Krulik – CEO – akrulik@phillyjcc.com
Phyllis Actman – COO – pactman@phillyjcc.com
Kathy Sherm – CFO – ksherm@phillyjcc.com
Amy Foster – Preschool Director – aforster@phillyjcc.com
Jordan Bravato – Youth & Family Program and Camp Director (KidsTime and Camp Kef) – jbravato@phillyjcc.com
Emily Einhorn – Sports & Wellness Director – eeinhorn@phillyjcc.com
Roberta Kitchenoff – Fitness Director - fitness@phillyjcc.com
Valencia Chang – Gymnastics Director – gymnastics@phillyjcc.com
Emily Magier – Marketing Director – emagier@phillyjcc.com
Dave Greim – Facilities Director – dgreim11@hotmail.com

Thank you for being amazing partners during this challenging and unpredictable time. 

With best regards,
Amy

Amy Krulik
CEO

 
Update on Coronavirus (2:30pm March 6):  We continue to monitor the evolving situation with coronavirus and are following all recommendations from the CDC, the PA Department of Health and the Montgomery County Health Department.  At this time, there are no recommendations to close the JCC or to cancel and any JCC programs or events.  We will continue to share updated information as it becomes available.  Please check the CDC’s website for the most complete information on coronavirus.

 

Information about Coronavirus (March 2)

Dear Friends,

As the situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, the Kaiserman JCC remains vigilant in monitoring updates and implemnting measures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as the Secure Community Network (SCN), the national homeland security initiative of the Jewish Federations of North America and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). We have also received excellent information from our national JCC Association office and their relationship with the CDC.

According to the Montgomery County Office of Public Health, as of March 2, 2020, there are no known active cases of coronavirus or community spread in our region.

Prevention is our priority at this time, especially during cold and flu season. Common coronaviruses can cause symptoms similar to a common cold or flu, such as fever, cough, sore throat, and general feelings of being sick. The symptoms that are most common with the current coronavirus infection are fever and respiratory symptoms including a cough and shortness of breath.

If you or anyone you know are displaying any of these symptoms, or if you or anyone you know have traveled to any of the most at-risk countries, please consider postponing your visit to our JCC.

All of the local, Commonwealth and Federal health agencies continue to recommend the same precautions that help prevent the spread of common illnesses like the cold and flu: 

  • Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. An alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol can be used if soap and water are not available. The CDC has a helpful handwashing resource page with activities for families and videos in English and Spanish.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. 
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. 
  • Stay home when feeling sick. 
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. 
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

In addition to implementing the measures suggested by authorities, the Kaiserman JCC is taking these specific precautions within our building:

  • Ensuring that all hand sanitizer dispensers and sanitizing wipe stations are filled at all times.  We have ample refills on hand and an order for even more refills will be delivered this week.
  • Placing signage throughout the building encouraging visitors to wash their hands according to CDC guidelines. 
  • Working with our building cleaning contractor and in-house facilities staff to implement additional cleaning and disinfectant procedures throughout the building.
  • Encouraging all staff to stay home if they are displaying any of the symptoms listed above.

In addition, here are some resources about coronavirus which can help you and your family stay prepared and up-to-date as the situation evolves.

At this time, we have no plans to cancel any programs or special events, including this Sunday’s Purim Carnival. Please continue to monitor your inboxes, check the JCC website or follow us on Facebook for further updates.

We appreciate your partnership as we all continue to monitor this rapidly evolving situation.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at akrulik@phillyjcc.com or 610-896-7770, ext. 101.

With best regards,
Amy

Amy Krulik
CEO

 
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