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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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operation. Mike Yellen,
one of the top players in
the country, often puts on
clinics at the JCC.
Aquatics director Pat
Vezina has introduced a
Red Cross swim program,
including exercise and
hydrotone classes for all
ages as well as the handi-
capped.
Even table tennis is an
organized program at the
JCC.
Taylor is perhaps most
excited about the 1993
summer sports camp. "We
are trying to offer the
community a wide variety
of recreational programs
to meet the widest possi-
ble range of interests." So
far, he's succeeded. The
sports camp is slated to
include gymnastics, golf,
table tennis, fencing and
rollerblading (including
rollerblade hockey), and
the swimming, basketball,
softball and volleyball
activities.
Marci Berlin runs the
toddler program, where
kids and parents partici-
pate together in a variety
of activities. "Our birth-
day parties for kids have
become extremely popu-
lar," says Berlin. The par-
ties and other toddler
activities use "child safe"
toys.
The numbers of partici-
pating toddlers grew from
60 in 1992 to 150 this
year. The age range is
from 6 months to 6 years
for classes with parents.
Pre- and post-natal
classes are also available,
as well as a beginning
sports class for 3 to 5-year
olds which encourages
participation of fathers.
Program coordinator
Tony Sanders works with
visually- and hearing-
impaired kids age 12-19,
plus some adults, in addi-
tion to running a teen fit-
ness program.
The Jimmy Prentis
Morris facility in Oak

Park is in the midst of a
$3 million renovation.
When completed next fall,
JPM will include an
indoor pool and a full
health club for both men
and women, complete with
aerobics.
Taylor and his staff
hope to see the Jewish
Community Center live up
to its name and become
the "focal point of activi-
ties for the Jewish com-
munity." He cites "physi-
cal education as a major
drawing card" to get peo-
ple into the JCC. Adult
participation in JCC phys-
ical education programs
rose from 358 to 560 last
year, not including tennis.
When Ed Taylor arrived
on the scene, he envi-
sioned a JCC where peo-
ple would have a place to
go for nearly all types of
recreation without having
to go to a local community
college for facilities. He
believes the vision has
become a reality. ❑

Teens Win
JCC 4 On 4

The Jewish Community
Center held its first annual 4
On 4 basketball tournament
in May for boys 13-18.
Seth Gorback led his team
that included Darryl Good-
win, Josh Kaufman, John
Kelley and Tim Dolan to
back-to-back wins for the
championship ages 13 to 15.
The team won 23-20 and
23-22.
Tim Domke,.Matt Domke,
Brian Garontakos, Mike
Greaves and Chuck Monde,
won the championship for
ages 15 to 18. The team won
23-16.
The JCC is organizing a
summer 4 On 4 tournament
for both high school and col-

lege basketball players. For
information, call Tony
Sanders at the JCC,
661-1000.

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