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PAGE 10 HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, FEBRUARY 28 Carl bach ed sell-out crowd at Sunday, March 9 -- 11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. RSVP: 407-644-7593 Grandparents Connect- a project of Jewish Family Services IN YOUR HOME Experience in all areas Alzheimer's & Parkinson's companion/caregiver light housekeeping home cooked meals RELIABLE & AFFORDABLE 407-657-8275 To the delight of the crowd, NESHAMA CARLEBACH (r) and Congregation of Liberal Judaism's cantorial soloist JACQUELINE RA WISZER performed a duet. $ I$ Proud to Announce ] NTERNATITONAL MAC.=Ear OSHER GREEK $ ITALIAN Featuring SMEDITERRANEAN NDIAN HISPANIC $ MIDDLE EASTERN FIRST 1000 GUESTS RECEIVE MEMBERSHIP~DISCOUNT CA Visit the Restaurant Stay to Shop Fresh Daily Specials! Breakfast, Lunch Dinner RD! % KOSHER PARVE 830 S. 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Whether you want to be the first to respond after a terrorist attack, help launch the new IHF Geriatric Center, assist in therapy for handicapped children, support autism research, or choose from the manyother philanthropic opportunities, there is an IHF 'choice' for you. With the IHE you can choose not only to help Israel in its hour of greatestneed, but also earn 12%. Choose to aid Israel. Make yc r donation. Make your choice, the Charity of Choice. ISRAEL HUMAN ITAR1AN FOUN DATION Call Howard at 877-8182586 or 954-426-3539 info@lHEnet 211Goolsby Blvd Dee~etd Beach, FL 3M~42 Neshama Carlebach per- The sold-out concert was formcd toasold-out house at milestone for CLJ the Congregation of Liberal hopes to expand its Judaism on Saturday night, arts program in the Jan. 18 with a wide-ranging year. Sponsors for the set that included jazzy ver- includedRand~ sions of liturgical classics, Rawiszer, Ron and soulful ballads and a comic Shulman, Jeff and Yiddish number. Yarmuth (Soul-Stars); Carlebach opened the con- Steven and Beverly cert with a tribute to her late RobertandGailGold father, Rabbi Shlomo and Susan Halperin, and Carlebach, but soon moved Schwartz (Soul-Mates); into a youthful, joyous, femi- ArtsyAuctions, nine style that was very much Debra Behr, Helaine Blum, JoY her own. Backed by musical Bochner and Rebecca Myers, partner David Morgan on key- Sallie Brown and Mark PinskY, boards as well as band mem- Dr. Stuart and Christy bers Brian Glass on electric Dropkin, Andrea Eliscu, bassandSteveHassondrums, Sammy Goldstein and Bill Carlebach mesmerized'the Yahner, Al and Linda GrosS, audiencewith herwarmth and Mel and Betty Kohn, Lakeridge her soulful, moving voice. Winery and Vineyards, BarrY The band's driving, jazz- and Donna Render, Phil and rooted music was equally im- Paulette Rosenberg, Dr. Don" pressive as they skillfully glas and Denise Sprung and backed Carlebach and, with StephenandDoreyWolf(Soul" her, occasionally busted out Supporters). CLJ was pleased to rock the house. CLJ's to draw an audience that in- Cantorial Soloist Jacqueline cluded members ofmanycon" Rawiszer, drew huge applause gregations in the communitY when shejoined Carlebachon as well as local college stu- stage for a soaring duet. dents. All generations of women the JFS Women's Foru~ .re invited to Jewish Family Rosh Hodesh program are Services community wide truly appreciated and can b RoshHodeshcelebratingthe mailed to the JFS Marcia beginning of the month of WittenMemorialFundatth Adar II. This Festival of the above address. New Moon will take place on For morl Thursday evening, March 6, acomplete schedule ofmeet promptly at 7 p.m. at Jewish ingsfortheYear5763 Family Services, The George call Marlene Farber at Wolly Center, 2100 Lee Rd. ish Family Services, in Winter Park. The program 644-7593, ext. 227. will then be repeated on the Please note that following Monday, March 10 month, Nissan, the at 2 p.m. at Kinneret Apart- Family Services Rosl~ merits. Hodesh group will be It is during the month of sponsoring the Adar II that the wonderful wide Women's Seder o story of Purim is retold. Thursday, April3.Therewil Please join the group for this be no.Rosh learning and spiritually up- attheJFSGeorgeWollyCeJ lifting experience. Reserva- ter on that date, as tions are not necessary, you ously scheduled. don't have to know Hebrew, the Kinneret Rosh and there is no charge to group willhavetheir attend, meeting as scheduled Contributions to support Monday, April 7 at 2 p.m. JPW gives to community At all Jewish Professional Women's events, a collec- tion is taken for a charity. Over the past thPee years, women have donated art supplies, toiletries, gifts and canned goods. At the upcoming program, scheduled for April 10, JPW women will be bringing canned goods and freeze-dried products for the Jewish Family Ser- vices Food Pantry. Board members, CHRISTY DROPKIN (1) and SU. SAN MARKUS, carrying art supplies that they donated to the New Hope Center for "Grieving Children.