According to a letter to the public released on Monday afternoon, since the JCC closed on March 13 just days ahead of the city’s mandatory shelter-in-place order, it has seen a 98 percent decline in
The Posnack JCC’s story — and its tiered reopening — stands in stark contrast to most JCCs across the country that have shut down and, in many cases, laid off large portions or all of their staffs.
The big news is that nonprofits are eligible to tap into the $349 billion in payroll protection loans for small businesses administered by the Small Business Administration.
Its 178 employees were sent home for at least two weeks. Krulik, the center’s CEO, acknowledged that they had entered a “challenging and unpredictable time.”
The spate of threats recalls successive waves of bomb threats made against JCCs and other Jewish institutions in 2017, many of which led to building evacuations.
The Jewish community is not safe from Reardon, District Court Judge Patricia Gaughan, said in her ruling Tuesday.
No one was killed or badly injured in Sunday’s storms, the Dallas News reported.
“This defendant’s video demonstrated that he had access to weapons and he posed a threat to a Jewish community center."
“We don’t get to see what happens … we never get to see them again,” nurse Cathy Carter said.