Mayerson JCC (Jewish Community Center) is a contracted provider of Council on Aging offering the following services:
- home-delivered meals (kosher available)
- congregate meals
Mayerson JCC and Senior Center offers: ShalomNet Computer Classes, Digital Photography Club, ShalomPhone, Home Delivered Meals, Congregate Meal site.
With the JCC ShalomNet Computer Classes, you can learn the skills you need to surf the web, and e-mail friends and family at JCCs around the U.S. and the world! ShalomNet Computer Classes are held once a week for four, six, or eight weeks. You can join anytime!
The new ShalomNet Digital Photography Club teaches you modern photo techniques such as downloading pictures from digital cameras, scanning photographs, making photo manipulations and much more. Held in the JCC computer lab, these classes are specially designed for senior adults. ShalomNet is a JCC program and an initiative of The Manuel D. and Rhoda Mayerson Foundation. The photography club is FREE, and open to all senior adult JCC or ASK members. Members will be responsible for their own expenses. Basic computer knowledge is preferred. ShalomNet Digital Photography Club meetings will be held on the first and third Monday of every month at the JCC. Members can join at any time!
For information on ShalomNet Computer Classes and Digital Photography Club contact Susan Bradley, 513.792.5654 or email@example.com.
A telephone outreach program for seniors, ages 60 & older. Volunteers make daily calls to check on the well-being of elderly and disabled persons who live alone. ShalomPhone is funded by the Manuel D. and Rhoda Mayerson Foundation to support seniors who prefer to live independently. FREE.