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330-835-0049 or email
When you come to The J, please bring your membership card with you every time. It's your passkey into the building, and your ticket past the reception desk.
Shaw JCC membership cards are non-transferable. If yours is lost or stolen, please call us at 330-867-7850 right away. We can provide replacement cards for $15/adult card and $5/child card (ages 5-12). Members may be charged for a replacement card if unable to present their card after three visits in a row. Thank you for helping us keep the Shaw JCC safe and secure for all of our members!
The Shaw JCC is a popular place for community members of all ages. To ensure that our members have the best possible experience at the Shaw JCC, our Board of Trustees has approved these guest policies, which apply to guests who accompany our members:
We're pleased to offer full and half lockers for daily use at no charge. If you'd like to borrow a lock for day use, please show your card at the Fitness Desk.
You can rent a locker for the year for $75 for a half locker and $150.00 for a full locker; the senior adult rate is $50.04 for a half locker and $100.08 for a full locker.
However, if locks are left on overnight, we must remove the locks and empty the locker. We cannot be responsible for valuables removed from lockers.
We're pleased to offer towels at the Fitness Desk for an annual fee of $42 per family or monthly fee of $3.50 and can add this to your monthly draft.
You’ll find family changing rooms available to those who cannot use the stairs from the lower level locker rooms to the indoor pool and to families who would like a private place to change together before and after swimming. Please ask our member service staff for more information and directions to the family changing rooms.
We want the Shaw JCC to be the family place for people of all ages. Therefore, we require that an adult accompany a child under the age of 13 at all times. We ask parents of children ages 13-18 to use good discretion to determine the level of adult supervision required by their child.
For the safety of our members, the whirlpool, steam room and sauna, are for the use of members ages 16 and over.
To safeguard our members' privacy, we ask that children six years of age and older use the appropriate locker room for their gender. If your child of the opposite gender needs some help from you in the locker room, we invite you to use the family locker rooms located off the main lobby.
So that all of our members feel comfortable at the Shaw JCC, please wear appropriate attire in our facility. Shirts and shoes are required in all areas except the locker room and the pools, and, for safety reasons, proper footwear must be worn in physical activity spaces. We cannot allow outdoor shoes in the gymnasium.
The Shaw JCC reserves the right to determine what is appropriate clothing.
All food served by the Shaw JCC must be kosher, and we ask that all food brought in to the building and outdoor pool be respectful of the laws of kashrut and those who keep kosher.
What does that mean? Jewish tradition dictates that meat and milk be kept separate from one another in the kitchen, on the table, and in our stomachs. Because Jewish law also dictates certain rules about meat types and preparation, we ask that you leave meat at home and, when you're bringing food to the J, pack cheese sandwiches, tuna fish, peanut butter and jelly, and all of the other wonderful treats you can imagine that don't include meat!
Jewish law and tradition dictate that the Sabbath--Saturday--is a day of rest, when no work is done and no money changes hands. To respect that tradition, we do not sell goods or services at the J on Saturdays. Please remember to buy guest passes ahead of time and, in the summer, Shabbat cards for the snack bar. We cannot charge member accounts for guest passes or Shabbat cards.
The use of physical force against another person or with the intent of damaging Shaw JCC property may result in suspension or loss of privileges. Verbal abuse will be handled in the same way as physical force and may also result in suspension or loss of membership privileges.