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PAGE 20A JOIN00 IN CELEBRATION OF A Simcha To Reme0000r SPECIAL CELEBRATION ISSUE JANUARY 23, 2009 Hundreds of different parties will be held in the Jewish community throughout the coming year. HERITAGE readers will be in need of a variety of products and services, including hotels, hair salons, clothing stores, jewelers, printers, florists, restaurants and many others. You can reach this exclusive buying market by placing your advertising message in the HERITAGE Special Celebration Issue. Don't let those weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and other simchas pass you by. Make sure your business is included on our readers' shopping lists. Deadline: For More Information, Call: 407-834-8787 HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JANUARY 16, 2009 First JP Happy Hour 'a total success' Sally Sosnoff serves nosh to a resident of Savannah CourtSavannah Cove of Maitland at the first Jewish Pavilion Happy Hour. Thelma Alexander (1), Marge Dreayer, Lee Delnick, Marilyn Felson and Gloria Newberger are Jewish Pavilion Happy Hour volunteers. An hour before the first Happy Hour sponsored by the Jewish Pavilion, the residents of Savannah Court/Savannah Cove of Maitland were sitting in the lobby in anticipation. While they waited eagerly, friends of Gloria Newberger were feverishly preparing the hors d'oeuvres and beverages in the kitchen. At 3:45 sharp, the fun be- gan with Jewish music, mock chicken liver on crackers and other appetizers. When Sheryl Meitin, presi- dent of the Jewish Pavilion, began to serve the mimosas, that is when the party really got rocking. "Thanks to the help of all of our wonderful volun- teers-Sally Sosnoff, Marilyn Felson, Marge Dreayer, Lee Delnick, Thelma Alexander, Gloria Newberger and Sheryl Meitin-- the first event was a total success," reported Nancy Ludin, executive direc- tor of the Jewish Pavilionwho came to the Happy Hour with her colleague Arlene van de Rign, program coordinator. "It was so much fun serving the seniors and socializing with the residents, staff and other volunteers," Ludin said. "It was especially exciting to see new volunteers helping the Jewish Pavilion in its efforts to enhance the lives of the residents. Everyone had such a delightful time and the 40 seniors who par- ticipated could not thank us enough." The Jewish Pavilion is sponsoring Happy Hours weekly at Savannah Court/ Savannah Cove of Maitland on Mondays at 3:45 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help prepare and serve the food and beverages. The Happy Hours offer members of the Jewish community an opportunity to interact with the elderly in a very pleas- ant, enjoyable environment. To volunteer, call Ludin at 407-678-9363 or contact her via e-mail nancyludin@ It's Wiggle and Giggle time Get ready to get your wiggle on at the Shayna's Village Wiggle and Giggle Concert Series on Sunday, Jan. 18 at 10 a.m. at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando in Maitland. ]'he concert, which features Mr. Richard, is free and open to the public.