In Focus

In focus 8.17.18

 

Campers at the Tucson Jewish Community Center’s one-day adult camp on July 29 find their inner artist during a paint-and-sip arts and crafts session. (Tucson Jewish Community Center)

J’s one-day adult camp lets grown-ups in on summer fun

Thirty-seven campers joined the Tucson Jewish Community Center’s one-day adult camp on July 29, enjoying traditional camp activities such as a talent show as well as a variety of class options, including cooking, yoga and J-Wave Glide-Fit floating fitness, held in the pool.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elder Camp adds new dimension to J’s Elder Rehab

Elder Camp participant Tom Shelby gives his cup tower two thumbs up.
Elder Camp volunteer Rina Ornela Ybarra and Ofelia Morales, a seven-semester veteran of Elder Rehab, show off arts and crafts creations.

Fifteen people took part in Elder Camp, a Tucson Jewish Community Center first, on five consecutive Sunday afternoons ending July 1. The camp was the brainchild of recent University of Arizona graduate and Elder Rehab volunteer Rina Ornelas Ybarra, one of five bilingual volunteers who have conducted Elder Rehab’s exercise and cognitive stimulation sessions for memory-challenged seniors in Spanish. Elder Rehab is accepting applications for the fall 2018 semester, which begins the week of Sept. 10. For information, contact Sharon Arkin, Ph.D., at sharonmerlearkin@gmail.com or 603-2912.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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