Jewish Council for the Aging, Rockville, Maryland
JCA helps older adults in the Greater Washington, D.C. region maintain independence, dignity, vitality and self-respect.
2018 Productive Aging Award Dinner was a huge success
Thanks to all who attended our 25th annual Sylvia Blajwas Productive Aging Award Dinner. We hope you had a great time hearing from Frankie Avalon about his career and from CEO David Gamse about the work we do here. Here are just a few photos from our June 3 event.
From left, Frankie Avalon’s family, Montgomery County First Lady Catherine Leggett interviewing honoree Frankie Avalon, Program Chairs Drs. Susan and Alan Miller, Humanitarian Awardees Bobbe and Herb Mintz, and of course, 50’s teen idol Frankie Avalon.
Photos by Harvey and Ira Levine
News and Updates From JCA
Jewish Council for the Aging Receives $706,000 GrantAugust 3, 2018
Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington Receives $706,000 Grant The Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington (JCA) received a $706,373 grant from Senior Service America. Inc. (SSAI) to assist workers age 55 and above return to the job market. About 90 percent of the grant will be used to provide paid training for at least 83 low-income older adults who
MoCo Council honors Interages’ REAL programJuly 16, 2018
Montgomery County Council honored JCA Interages REAL program on its second anniversary on July 24th. Staff and volunteers from Interages and partner agencies MoCo DHHS and Montgomery County Public Libraries won praise for their great work. Reading and Educating to Advance Lives (REAL) connects volunteers with children and their parents through literacy and health activities in Department
Sing along with the KC singersJuly 12, 2018
Thursday morning, members of the Kensington Club at Parklawn sang with the K.C. Doyle Trio, creating good times and good memories.