Valley Jewish Community Center

Jewish Traditions, Lives, and Values

20350 Ventura Blvd. Suite 100
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
818-360-2211

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Posted Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Valley Jewish Community Center helped Operation Gratitude make packages for our troops overseas. The majority of the people helping were volunteers from all over the Valley and greater L.A. area.  Our Platoon consisted of 15 – 18 Center Members. 

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Posted Wednesday, March 29, 2017

On Sunday, 3/26, the Men’s Club traveled to Santa Monica Airport to visit the Museum of Flight. Our group was warmly welcomed and Linda, our docent, was a very outgoing and knowledgeable person to say the least.

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Posted Thursday, February 9, 2017

What can be more fun than getting together with friends and enjoying wine and sweets, all while painting a beautiful masterpiece to hang in your home? A lively group had a blast while we ate, drank and painted up a storm at our Paint and Wine evening. If you couldn't make it this time, we hope you will be able to join us for exciting events in the future.

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Speaker Series

 

2015-2016 Speaker Series


Merrill Lynch At Valley Jewish Community Center

On Tuesday evening, 11/1, Balfoure Brenes of the Shagrin Group, under the Merrill Lynch umbrella, made a presentation at Valley Jewish Community Center about varied investment vehicles.  The attendees were mostly near or already retired.  Balfoure did a good job of covering the many varied investment opportunities existing in today’s market.  The audience asked a lot of questions and left satisfied with the responses.  A big thanks to the Women’s Club and the Men’s Club for co-hosting the event.

League of Women Voters at Valley Jewish Community Center

On Wednesday evening, 11/2, Fran Lapides, a representative from the League of Women Voters spoke to the community at large at the Valley Jewish Community Center.  The event was well attended by the community.  The speaker was not partisan and covered several of the Measures, State, County and City, that will be on the ballot on Tuesday.  The most controversial measures were presented in a non bias manner giving the pros and cons so we the people could understand them.  Everyone left better informed and able to make smarter decisions when voting.  A big thanks extended to the Women’s Club and the Men’s Club for co-hosting the evening and presenting a very timely subject matter.  

Submitted by: Chas Phillips


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20350 Ventura Blvd. Suite 100
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
818-360-2211

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