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PAGE 10A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MARCH 8, 2013 The Jewish Pavilion staff vicinity. and volunteers said they had Vitas Innovative Hospice a great time sharing Purim Care supplied each partywith with senior residents around hamantaschen, necklaces, Orlando. masks and other festive d6- "Since most of these resi- cot. The JCC Preschool made dents either physically or groggers for the residents to logistically cannot celebrate enjoy as well. the holidays with their loved Plansarewellunderwayfor ones, we bring the holidays to the upcoming Pesach seders. them. I love seeing the joy on Program directors said they their faces," said Julie Levitt, would love more community a program director for the involvement.Ifyouwouldlike Jewish Pavilion, which orga- to get involved in the Jewish nizedparties in theAltamonte Pavilion or for more informa- Springs, MaitlandandApopka tion, call 407-678-9363. Jewish Pavilion volunteers take a cast photo, from left: Maxine Thomas, Vitas' Valerie Chestnut, Pat Rubenstein, Joseph Davids, Julie Levitt and Bunny Rosen. Jewish Academy of Orlando kindergartners told the Purim story at Savannah Court and Indigo Palms. Mary, Rita and Matilda sitting in the front row at Spring Hills Hunters Creek The Jewish Pavilion makes Melanie Baxt. Hamen's name alot of happy faces foryoung was drowned out by all the and old. Families joined in to groggers. Colorful beads and make thiseven extraspecial, hats were everywhere! Vitas "Ibroughtmythree children was a great support as they and they couldn't wait to paid for the party needs and sing, dance, passoutgoodies volunteers of The Pavilion and their favorite, playing came out to help the com- a part in the play," states munity. Corbin Martin and Sarah Garcia with Vitas Melanie Baxt and Carol Stein Carol Stein and Lee Wolf- son entertain for Purim at Hunters Creek in South Orlando. Barbara Bonaparte with her parents Ted Shirley Grant at the Mayflower in Winter Park. / f RAk ],_ CO0,D This Passover, whether you choose to celebrate with us or in the comfort of your own home, let Too Jay's do the preparation for your holiday meal. From all of us atTooJay's, we wish you and yours a Good Pesach. Holiday Specials Brisket F'laff.~r $19.99PP Roasted Half Chicken $19.99PP Dakecl Salmon Fillet $ 21.99PP 15aked Tilapia $ 20.99PP With Potato Stuffing & Emerald Sauce Roasted Cornish Game Hen $ 20.99PP With Matzo & Fruit Stuffing and an Apricot Glaze All entrees include: Glass of Kosher Wine Matzo Dall Soup Gefilto Fish or Chopped Liver Potato Pancake and Carrot Tzimmes Macaroons/Coffee or Tea 5W Orlando The Marketplace at Dr. Phillips (407) 355-0340 Orlando Colonial MarketPlaza (407) 894-1718 Ocoae Shoppes of Ocoee (407) 798-2000 Altamont~ Springs Palm Springs Shopping Ctr. (407) 830-1770 Lake Mary Lake Mary Centre (407) 833-0848 East Orlando Waterford Lakes Town Ctr. (407) 249-9475 Program director Melanie Baxt and Jim Whetmore at Conway Lakes. Imagine 40 Purim celebra- for the elders in independent, area. Four part-time program tions. The Jewish Pavilion assisted and skilled nursing directors each plan 10 parties makes every holiday special facilities all over the Orlando for every holiday.