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February 15, 1980

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Florida Jewish Newa, February 15, 1080, Page 7 Programs in Israel Available to Orlando, Brevard Jewish Youth Special summer programs in Israel for Jesh youth are again available this year according to announcements from both the greater Orlando and Brevard County areas. The Orlando Jewish Com- munity Center's '.'Summer Ex- perience," planned in conjunction with the Jewish Welfare Board in cooperation with the American Zionist Youth Foundation, involves a "people to people" experience with the young people of Israel. It includes a 40-day excursion that includes study and touring through Jerusalem, living on a kibbutz, tour of the Galilea, visiting Tel Aviv, spending time at the useum of the Diaspora, home hospitality and a tour of Elat. It is open to high school age students. Those interested should contact the Orlando JCC. Brevard Jewish Com- munity Council has an- nounced the availability of up to $1,000 to qualified appli- cants who are at least of high school age. They must also be a member of the Council and should include an outline of their proposed work/study program. Brochures with detailed in- formation about the scholar- ships are available from the Brevard JCC, P.O. Box 126, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, or further information is available from Dr. Fred Widerman, BJCC president, at 783-1582. Deadline for applications is arch 7 with the awards to be announced by April 4. Dr. Widerman also noted that smaller awards are avail- able through the year for domestic Jewish activities of an education or cultural nature. Other summer Israel programs in greater Orlando include a dnited Synagogue Youth Pilgramage visiting historical as well as modern Israel. These are available through Congr. Ohev Shalom and Temple Israel. Through Congr. Of Liberal Judaism, Sefty Israel Academy offers 6 weeks in Israel, including touring, camping in the Sinai and two weeks on a kibbutz. B'nai B'dth Youth Organiza- tions (BBYO) Israel Summer Institute is a 40-day program that requires discipline and sedous work in exchange for an experience that includes time in Jerusalem, the Galilea, trips to the INegev, Tel Aviv and Elat. Gary Kenzer, BBYO director, has more informa- tion at 645-.5933. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 Congr. of Liberal Judaism -- All area singles, widows, widowers, divorcees and single parents are invited to attend special services this evening, to be conducted by Rabbi larry Halpem, beginning at 8:15 p.m. and to be followed byan Oneg ShabbaL For further information, call the synagogue at 645-0444. LICF Hiilel -- Hillel will host a Shabbaton with the (JSF Hillel group at the Jewish Community Center today and tomorrow. For further information, call Beverly Albert, pres., at 678-2459, Aliyah Hadassah -- A general meting will be held at the home of/Varilyn Crotty to discuss women's issues and ERA, beginning at 9:15 a.m. SATLIRDAY, FEBRLIARY 16 Congr. of Liberal Judaism -- The brotherhood will present an original musical comedy, "Can Tevye Find Happiness in America" or "Fiddler on the Hoof'' at 8:30 p.m. Food, coffee and dessert will follow at a cast party after the show For reservations at $6 per person, call Alan Basch (425-9.529) or the synagogue (645-0444). Young Jewish Singles -- "Live from the Royal Arms Apts., It's Sat. Hight Flick," Fee, $1.50. 8 p.m. SLINDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Rishona-/Vlasada Hadassah -- A flea market, to be held at the Maitland Plea Market, will run 9 a.m.-4 p.m. today and next Friday. For further information, call Alma Kerben (898-02.56i or Fredella Levine (628-31:54). Jewish Community You{h Jr. Chai -- A bowling party has been scheduled at the Bowl America Bowling Alley on Fairbanks Ave. in Winter Park from 2 to 5:30 p.m. $3 charge covers three games. 1980 Jewish Community Cultural Enrichment Series -- Murray Horwitz will star in an "Evening with Sholom Aleichem," at 8 p.m. at the Congr. of Liberal Judaism. All Jewish Singles -- "Light supper and show" for singles of all ages. Meet at the dCC at 4 p,m. See "The World of Sholom Aleichem" together. Fee, ,% 4.50. Call Bennett Buxbaum (295-8250) for reservations. Young Jewish Singles -- "Flea Market Fantasia" begins at the Ntaitland flea market at 8 a.m. Call Wendy Cohen (422-4287) MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 Altamonte Chapter of ORT -- Rabbi Rudolph Adler of Congr. Ohev Shalom will discuss "The Importance of the Jewish Family and Judaism," at the Lake Howell Clubhouse, . 436 in Casselberry, at 12.30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Rational Council of Jewish Women -- An organization, first.time meeting of the group will be held at the home of Debby Israel at 7:30 p.m. For information call Bettye Ettinger (831-2481). TUESDAY, FEBRLIARY 19 B'nai B'rith Women -- Rans will be discussed for participation in the community Purim carni- val at the regular meeting, to be held at the First Federal Bank Building's Com- munity room in College Park at | 1:30 a.m. Rabbi Andrew Hillman of Congr. of Liberal Judaism will address the group. Bring a sandwich. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Tri-Sisterhood Luncheon -- To be held this year at Congr. of Liberal Judaism, women of Temple Israel, Liberal, and Congr. Ohev Shalom will join for a noon luncheon featur- ing the Lake Brantley High School Chorus Ensemble "Spectrum." Reservations through each synagogue at $3..50. LICE Hi,el -- A bagel and bake sale fund-raiser will be held in the Village Center breezeway from 10 a,m., 2 p.m. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 Leadership Forum -- For past and current members of the leadership development program, to hear Abraham H. Foxman, associate national director of the ADL, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lieberman. 7:30 p.m. Temple Israel of Bmvard -- A joint sisterhood luncheon will be held at the landings Restaur- ant at noon. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 Congr. Ohev Shalom -- Brotherhood Shabbat will be observed during service at 8:] 5 p.m. Dr. Earl Scarbeary, guest lecturer, will discuss "Brother Keeping Brother?' SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24 OCF Hillel -- Guest speaker, Rabbi Yitzchak Marcus, Lubavitch Rabbi from Miami Beach, will address the bagel brunch, to be held at the Village Center at | | a.m. Donation, $| .50. Harvey M. Aibertson JWV Auxilia #759 -- Regular meeting will be held at the JCC at 10 a.m. Diane Abramson will present "Dolls for Democracy." Breakfast optional at $1.50. JC'g(-9's -- A "Bowling Ball" will he held at the Altamonte Bowling Center from 1 1 a.m.-1 p.m. $2.50 for paid-up members, $3 for others, for three games. JWV Harvey Nt. Albertson Post #759 -- Regular breakfast meeting to be held at the JCC at 10 a.m.