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We suggest that you look a the current issue of The Voice for upcoming programs. Otherwise, scroll below for a partial listing.

If you have questions, please contact Michele Endick, Lead Adult Group Coordinator, at [email protected], 703.537.3095.


 2016 Chanukah Celebration

Date: Thursday, December 22, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm

Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia (the J)
8900 Little River Turnpike
Fairfax, VA 22031

Contact: Michele Endick

Email: [email protected]


2016 Chanukah Celebration Buffet Holiday Luncheon and Concert with an Impersonator of Two Musical Legends

Sponsored by: Home Care Assistance, experts in home care, hospital to home care, and cognitive therapy

1pm: Catered Chanukah lunch buffet
1:45pm:  Musical performances with special desserts at intermission

Come celebrate Chanukah at the J with a lovely buffet lunch followed by a concert. The performers are dynamic, exciting, talented and fun – but we are keeping their identities a secret!

We expect a record crowd so register early!

Fee:    $34/ $28 J member (includes Chanukah luncheon and spectacular show)
Code:   #7746

RSVP: Submit payment and registration form to the front desk by Thursday, December 15. You may also call in your registration to the J’s front desk at 703.323.0880, mention code # above.


Human Trafficking Right Here at Home

Date: Sunday, January 8, 2017
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

at the J
 8900 Little River Turnpike
 Fairfax, VA 22031

Contact: Carla Rosenfeld

Email: [email protected]


We Were Once Slaves, Too.

 What is Human Trafficking? What role does our healthcare system play?
What is the Federal Government doing to prevent trafficking?
How do Survivors move on?

Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America and the JCCNV are partnering to bring you a panel discussion on human trafficking. Our panel of experts will speak on a variety of topics related to this modern day slavery.

Human trafficking (sex and labor) is a global problem. The term can be misleading: it places emphasis on the transaction aspects of a crime that is more accurately described as enslavement of humans. Trafficking in persons is a criminal and highly profitable business. Today we are becoming more aware that humans prey upon humans for money. For the perpetrators, the risk of getting caught is outweighed by the financial benefits. Women and children are the most vulnerable segments of our population.

Refreshments and desserts will be served.

Fee:        $15/ $10 for Hadassah members and Associates or J members
Code:     #7745

To register for this event online, please visit, click the register button on the top right and select "Register online" and type in Human Trafficking in the search field.  To receive the Hadassah Member rate, please use the promo code: HADMEM

You may also register by phone via 703.323.0880 or mail by sending a check to the JCCNV at: JCCNV, ATTN: Carla Rosenfeld, 8900 Little River Turnpike, Fairfax, VA 22031

 This event is part of Hadassah Greater Washington's Arlene P. Steinberg Memorial Lecture series, established in memory of Past President Arlene Steinberg. She and her family have been tireless supporters of Hadassah and of Israel.


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