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PAGE 16A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, FEBRUARY 14, 2014 l lt i Pearls of the Pavilion help enhance lives photos by Brion Price Photography Shown here (l-r): Claudia Green, Friends of the JP board,. Mary Carter Eick, Griswold Home Health; and Debise Beumer, BB and T Bank. Corinne Brunschweig (1) and Donna Gray, Partners in Healthcare. !il The Jewish Pavilion Pearl donors are generous with their time and resources. On Jan. 23, Lynn Minkow hosted the Pearls event and organized a fashion presentation. Close to 50 women enjoyed a gourmet lunch and beautiful clothes from the exclusive Etcetera Collection in an exquisite lakefront home. The Jewish Pavilion's sole mission is to enhance the I ives of our elders. In 54 secular, skilled-nursing, assisted- livingand independent-lixing facilities in greater Orlardo, 350 Jewish residents and nore than a thousand residents of other faiths have enjoyed Chanukah, Purim, music ales and other parties thanks to the Pavilion. By develoDing good relations with the facili- ties seniors in many buildings are having monthly Shabbat luncheons and dinners using Pavilion recipes and service leaders. Family members are invited to partake in the fes- tivities and for many of them this is their only connection to the Jewish community. The Jewish Pavilion's year- round companionship pro- gram assures that our elders will not be alone in the world. Also, hundreds of people have benefitted from the Orlando Senior Help Desk where they can access any information they need about senior services in our area from a free social worker and website, www. orlanodseniorhelpdesk.org. Gloria Newberger (1) and Sandra Dilley, Hospice of the Comforter. JFS' healthy eatin00i, cancer risk event The first Sharsheret event of the year, Jewish Family Services Orlando is sponsor- ing aworkshopwith Kathleen R. Morgan, MSN, FNP, NP-C, who will share the skills of mindful eating and how eat- ing certain foods may help reduce the risk of cancer. The program is a continuation of JFS's health andweliness can- cer prevention series, andwill take place Wednesday, Feb. 19 at the George Wolly Center, 2100 Lee Road, Winter Park, at 6:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Light bites and refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Marni Chepenik at 407-644-7593. New Jewish topics class at Kinneret Sponsored by the Jew- ish Pavilion, residents of the Kinneret apartments are enjoying a new Jewish topics class and discussion monthly that are delving into many diverse subjects--from Jew- ish theological thoughts on reincarnation to what are the roots of anti-Semitism to how does intermarriage change family. The class is an interactive way to learn and is open to the public at large, with refreshments provided by the Kinneret manage- ment. For more informa- tion or details of upcoming classes please contact the speaker/facilitator Davida Barr at davidabarr@jewish- pavilion.org.