New JCC Opens in Romania; Now There are 4
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Romania Celebrates Opening of 4th JCC
This past Sunday, October 10, the city of Timisoara opened the doors of a new Jewish Community Center (JCC) – the fourth in Romania following others in Bucharest, Oradea, and Iasi. More than 300 people attended the opening celebration, which included a concert followed by an “after-party” for local Jewish youth.
The Timisoara JCC is the latest project in a 43-year partnership between JDC and FEDROM (The Federation of Jewish Communities of Romania) to rekindle Jewish cultural connections and care for the country’s approximately 10,000 Jews.