JCC Squirrel Hill • 5738 Forbes Avenue
May 23, 2018
Let me write this down…before I forget to tell you: Writing what we believe for the next generation
As we journey through life, values become all the more important to us. As we look at the next generation, we hope that they understand our values and live them out beyond our days.
After three evenings of discussion and learning, you will be able to write your own ethical will.
Wednesdays • May 23, 30 and June 6
Co-taught by Janette Schafer, Freelance Writer/Memoir Writing Instructor, Chatham University and Rabbi Ron Symons, JCC of Greater Pittsburgh
$30/person/JCC member for all 3 sessions, including dinner, wine and supplies
Space is limited. RSVP to Sharon Feinman, [email protected], by May 15.
Town Square Construction Update Beginning Monday, February 4: The Forbes Avenue Entrance on the Main Floor and the entire corridor will be closed for about a week. The Forbes Avenue entrance through the Garage/Centerfit level will continue to be open. You also can enter the Irene Kaufmann building through the Darlington entrance. During this period, AgeWell...
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