MEMBERSHIP FEE ADJUSTMENTS
If you are unable to pay the full membership fee, you may make arrangements for an equitable reduced rate by calling for a confidential interview. The JCC is committed to maintaining the health and stability of the community, and we deny no one use of our agency because of inability to pay.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover are accepted for payment of membership and class activity fees. Membership may also be paid in installments with Electronic Bank Draft or credit card. Please note: there is a $20 charge for returned checks.
Membership tags are issued to new members upon joining. In order to protect your membership privileges, we request that your membership tag be carried with you when you are at the JCC. There is a service charge of $10 to replace a lost tag. Your membership tag is NOT TRANSFERABLE. The JCC reserves the right to revoke or suspend a membership for misuse of the tag.
GUEST PASS POLICY
All guests must be accompanied by a member in good standing. A guest residing in the area may use the JCC no more than two times each year. Use of the facilities by guests will be determined by the JCC on the basis of availability. Fees for guest passes are $8 per visit per youth and $15 per adult.
OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
When sponsored by a member in good standing, Out-of-town guests may receive guest privileges for a period not to exceed 15 days. Call the membership office for fee information. Members of JCCs outside the Scranton area will be extended the privileges of the use of the JCC for up to two weeks when visiting our area. They must present a current JCC membership card.
GOING OUT OF TOWN YOURSELF?
As a courtesy, your JCC membership is honored at most Jewish Community Centers across the country.
The JCC expects its members and guests to behave and use our facilities in an appropriate manner. Inappropriate behaviors such as foul language, dangerous play, fighting or property damage may result in suspension or loss of membership.
PERSONAL ASSUMPTION OF RISK
The nature of activities participated in at the JCC involves inherent risks such as bruises, scrapes and muscle pulls, along with the risk of more serious occurrences such as heart attacks. Each participant assumes personal responsibility in the event of an injury sustained in the normal course of events
CHILDREN UNDER 13
Children under 13 years of age should not be left unattended. Youth under the age of 13 can not use weight training facilities, unless under the direct supervision of their parents and behaving in an appropriate manner.