EKC’s Tush Push

April 16, 2018 to April 26, 2018

What is EKC’s Tush Push?

The amphitheater is the core of Jewish life at Emma Kaufmann Camp. This picturesque outdoor sanctuary is where we hold Shabbat services, our weekly camp talent show and our weekly Jewish education activities.

We’ve made so many improvements over the years to preserve the future of EKC—building the Wolf Aquatics Center, updating the dining hall and adding bathrooms to all the cabins.

Now, we need new benches in the amphitheater as ours are old and rotting, and are so uncomfortable that campers cannot fully engage in services or all-camp activities.

This is our next immediate need. If we act now, we can build these benches in time for Summer 2018. 

Donate here to EKC’s Tush Push 

 

For more information contact EKC’s Assistant Director: Rachael Speck

May 14 – Jul 29
6-8 pm
I am but dust and ashes, for my sake the world was created American Jewish Museum • May 14-July 29, 2018 Artist reception: Wednesday, May 30 • 6–8 PM • Free and open to all JCC Kaufmann Building • 5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill I am but dust and ashes, for my sake the world...
May 26 – Sep 3
Members, enjoy the Family Park Facilities  Contact Alan Mallinger, 412-697-3545 261 Rosecrest Drive, Monroeville, PA 15146 • Olympic-size outdoor swimming pool • Diving board • Walk-in baby pool with rainbow mushroom sprays • Tennis courts and hiking trails • Poolside grass and lounge chair areas • Picnic area with grills • Playground and ball fields...
May 28 – Sep 3
Our JCC was #1 in the country last year!  Let’s bring another one home:100 Days of Summer Fitness Challenge Compete for prizes both locally and nationally in the JCC’s fitness challenge! Choose from a number of events to participate in. Your individual score will not only set you apart from other competitors, but will boost our...
Jul 10 – Sep 21
Pittsburgh 10 + Friends, an Art for a Cause exhibit of New Work by the Pittsburgh 10+ artists and guest will open Tuesday, July 10, and run through Friday, September 21, at the Berger Gallery in the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, Robinson Building, 5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill. The exhibit is free and...