SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- The JCC of Mid-Westchester celebrated its 60th anniversary May 14 at the JCC in Scarsdale.
The night was a success as the celebration brought together many people who wanted to show their support for the organization and applaud its importance to the local economy and the well being of so many generations of patrons, according to a press release.
Comedian and TV personality Judah Friedlander added his own sense of humor at the Bendheim Theatre, and even challenged the audience to rapid games of table tennis at the end of the evening.
In addition to the camaraderie with old and new friends enjoying the evening, the JCC raised money for its scholarship funds for seniors and children. The Community Service Award Recipient was the Hudson Valley Bank Foundation in recognition of its work in Westchester.
In the speeches made during the evening, it became evident the JCC is proud to serve the community in so many ways -- from the young families who use its pre-schoo, dance programs, and camps to the adults who benefit from the fitness center, pool, and its many film and speaker series, according to a press release..
To see photos of the event or learn more about the JCC in Scarsdale, please visit www.jccmw.org or call (914) 472-3300.
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