In the fall of 1980, the Center’s Board of Directors moved to purchase a temporary building on Little River Turnpike, which became affectionately known as “The White House” to serve as an interim facility until funds could be raised for a permanent structure. For ten years, the building housed the Jewish Social Service Agency, the Jewish Council for the Aging, and Senior Adult Services, and provided a home base for Camp Achva. Gesher Jewish Day School was housed in the JCC from 1993 until 2007, when they built their own campus in Fairfax.

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