Jewish Sports Hall of Fame inductee Eric Schottenstein Charles

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Jewish Sports Hall of Fame inductee Eric Schottenstein Charles
Honoring
Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
inductee Eric Schottenstein
Presentation of the
Charles Solomon Award to
Richard Williams
Featuring a
2015 OSU Football Season Preview
with Bill Rabinowitz and Tim May,
OSU beat writers for The Columbus Dispatch.
By contributing to the JCC of Greater Columbus, you support essential
programs and services that our community cannot do without.
Contact Sheila Cline at 559-6225 or
[email protected] for more information.
Wednesday, August 26 Awards Reception
JCC, 1125 College Avenue, Columbus 43209
6:30 pm - Drinks and hors d’oeuvres honoring Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
inductee Eric Schottenstein and the presentation of the Charles Solomon
Award to Richard Williams.
OSU 2015 Football Season Preview
Sunday, August 30
Racquetball
JCC, 1125 College Avenue, Columbus 43209
8:30 am - Registration, breakfast and warm up
9:00 am - Tournament
Tennis
Wolfe Park, 1939 East Broad Street, Bexley 43209
8:30 am - Registration, lunch and warm-up
9:00 am - Tournament
Monday, August 31
Golf Outing
The Medallion Club, 5000 Club Drive, Westerville 43082
8:30 am - Registration, driving range and brunch
9:30 am - Shotgun Start
Awards Ceremony following golf
SPONSORSHIP
$2,500 Gold Sponsor
PROVIDES TUITION ASSISTANCE FOR TWO FAMILIES
TO ATTEND JCC PRESCHOOL
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$7,500 Title Sponsor
PROVIDES FUNDS FOR YOUTH/TEEN SPORTS
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8 Golfers, 6 Tennis Players
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8 Awards Reception tickets
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Company name listed in all event materials
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Signage as Title Sponsor at tournament event location
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Signage at the JCC for all event dates
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One company-named sporting event sign “on the green”
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Recognition at the Awards Reception
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Publicity in JCC materials and CenterScene
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Listing in the Awards Reception program
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Tax deductible amount up to $6,800
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$5,000 Major Sponsor
PROVIDES SUMMER CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS FOR
CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
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6 Golfers and 4 Tennis Players
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6 Awards Reception tickets
•
Company name listed in all event materials
•
Signage as Major Sponsor at tournament event location
•
Signage at the JCC for all event dates
•
One company-named sporting event sign “on the green”
•
Recognition at the Awards Reception
•
Publicity in JCC materials and CenterScene
•
Listing in the Awards Reception program
•
Recognition on JCC website with link to company website
•
Tax deductible amount up to $4,200
•
4 Golfers and 1 Tennis Player
4 Awards Reception tickets
Signage at the JCC for all event dates
One company-named sporting event sign “on the green”
Publicity in JCC materials and CenterScene
Listing in the Awards Reception program
Tax deductible amount up to $2,020
$1,500 Silver Sponsor
PROVIDES FUNDS FOR JCC YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES
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2 Golfers
3 Awards Reception tickets
Signage at the JCC for both event dates
One company-named sporting event sign “on the green”
Publicity in JCC materials and CenterScene
Listing in the Awards Reception program
Tax deductible amount up to $1,200
$750 Bronze Sponsor
• 1 Golfer
• 2 Awards Reception tickets
• One company-named sporting event sign “on the green”
• Listing in the Awards Reception Program
• Tax deductible amount up to $600
$500 Friend Sponsor
• 2 Awards Reception Tickets
• One company-named sporting event sign “on the green”
• Tax deductible amount up to $400
$250 Hole Patron
• One company-named sporting event sign “on the green”
$100 A wards Reception Program
Message/Ad
• Send a message to the honorees congratulating them on
their award
JCC Mission
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus (JCC) is a human services agency committed to enhancing the
quality of family life and promoting the physical, intellectual and spiritual wellness of the individual. The JCC
provides health-related activities, cultural and educational programs that serve the community at large, including
populations at risk. The organization is rooted in Jewish tradition and culture and puts Jewish values to work. The
JCC welcomes all people, regardless of religious affiliation.
History
The JCC has served Columbus since 1913, when a meeting place for new immigrants and members of the Jewish
community opened on South Washington Avenue. As the needs of the community have grown, so have the facilities
and services offered at the JCC. This thriving community organization currently serves some 30,000 members and
non-members from 62 Central Ohio zip codes. Dedicated to the physical, cultural and educational enrichment of
individuals and families, the JCC plays a significant role in the Central Ohio community.
Programs
Children and Youth Programs
Premiere Early Childhood Education
Adults
Community Education
Children’s Activities and After School Care
Community Outreach
Youth and Teen Activities
Senior Adult Activities
Summer Day Camp, including services for
campers with special needs
Kosher Lunch Program
Specialty Camps such as theatre and sports camps
Recreation Leagues
Youth sports leagues, and Maccabi Games
Diamond Family Fitness Center
Facilities
JCC College Avenue – 1125 College Avenue
Built in 1983, the JCC’s main campus houses more than 120,000 square feet of meeting rooms, classrooms, a 350-seat
theatre, a fitness center, indoor pool, gym and racquetball courts, and 25 acres of outdoor sports areas, with
baseball diamonds, tennis courts and an outdoor pool.
JCC North – 1985 Swansford Drive, Dublin
Opened in 1987 and provides preschool and childcare services as well as Judaic learning opportunities for all
ages, the JCC North serves as a meeting place for the Northwest Columbus community.
JCC New Albany – 150 E. Granville Rd, New Albany
Sharing the facility with Columbus Jewish Day School, the JCC New Albany provides preschool, adult education,
basketball programs and more for children and families in Northeast Columbus.
JCC Hoover Family Park – 4290 East Walnut Street, Westerville
This 28.4 acre outdoor recreational area is the setting for the JCC’s Camp Hoover, and a gathering place for JCC members.
Did you know
• More than 200,000 people come through our doors for their health, cultural enrichment and education.
• 475 children ages six weeks to five years currently attend our Early Childhood programs at three sites across Columbus.
• 13,000 hot, nutritious kosher lunches were served to senior citizens at the JCC.
• 2,000 people of all ages and fitness levels use the JCC fitness facilities to maintain their health and well-being.
• 750 young children played and learned at JCC summer camps in 2014. Many of those spend every summer of their
childhood with us.
• 60 young families learn parenting skills and spend quality time together each year at our Family Parenting
Center, Tot Shabbat and family programs.
• 32 community organizations use the JCC as a meeting place on a regular basis.
• 1,200 people attended lectures and events at last year’s Jewish Bookfair. Thousands more experienced other unique
cultural and performing arts programs, including Gallery Players, the oldest community theatre in Central Ohio.
• 2,500 swimmers participate in aquatics classes and teams, including Arthritis Foundation programs, the
American Red Cross Learn to Swim program and lessons for special needs children.
• 5,500 people attended our community dinners, celebrated life cycle events and enjoyed gatherings at the JCC last year.
• 70 adults of all faiths learned more about Judaism and Jewish living through continuing education classes.
• Over 100 children attend the state licensed after school program, Kaleidoscope.
SPORTS SPECTACULAR COMMITTEE
Michael Broidy
Caroline Cohn
Marc Fishel
Aaron Garry
Brent Meizlish
Rick Meizlish
Lisa Newmark
Steve Siegel
Joey Schottenstein
Lindsay Schottenstein
Jamie Topolosky
Matthew Topolosky
Joe Sniderman
Mark Ungar
David Valinsky
Staff:
Jeanna Brownlee and Sheila Cline
The Jewish Community Center
of Greater Columbus
1125 College Ave, Columbus OH 43209
614.231.2731 / www.columbusjcc.org
Ben Zacks, President
Carol Folkerth, Executive Director
Mike Klapper, Assistant Executive Director
Beneficiary of the Columbus Jewish
Federation; A United Way Agency; Affiliated
with The JCC Association
Sponsor Contract
Date
Sponsor/Company Name (as you would like to be listed)
Contact Person
Business Phone
Fax
E-Mail
Address
City
State
Zip
I/We agree to be a sponsor of Sports Spectacular 2015.
Title
Major
($7,500)
($5,000)
Gold
($2,500)
Silver
Bronze
($1,500)
($750)
Friend
($500)
Hole ($250)
Awards Reception Message
($100)
Award Message/Special Considerations:
Awards Reception Only at the Jewish Community Center
of Greater Columbus on Wednesday, August 26.
Racquetball at the Jewish Community Center of
Greater Columbus on Sunday, August 30.
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Please indicate below the names in your party playing
golf at The Medallion Club.
Please indicate below the names in your party playing
tennis at Wolfe Park.
Name/Handicap
Name/Rating
Name/Handicap
Name/Rating
Name/Handicap
Name/Rating
Name/Handicap
Name/Rating
LIST ADDITIONAL PLAYERS FOR ALL EVENTS ON BACK
* Any and all commitments before June 29, 2015 will receive a 1/4 page color ad in the JCC’s Fall J-Guide.
Note: All commitments must be paid by August 1, 2015 to provide accuracy for sponsor level entitlements.
Please check one of the following:
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Please complete the above form and return to the JCC, c/o Sheila Cline
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