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Jazz, classic songs and ice cream bring in a crowd for JFCS’ first in-person event

Jazz, classic songs and ice cream bring in a crowd for JFCS’ first in-person event

Ten minutes before a virtual tour of the Musical Instrument Museum was to begin in The Palazzo’s Cinema Room, it seemed like the regular seating capacity of 28 chairs would be enough.

It wasn’t.

“People just kept coming,” said Janet Arnold Rees, senior concierge and creative aging coordinator for Jewish Family & Children’s Service. The Tuesday, July 13 event was the first in-person program for JFCS’ Senior Enrichment Center since the pandemic began. Rees knew people would be happy to return in person and she and Jennifer Brauner, SEC’s director, decided it was finally time...

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