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JEWISH NEWS, MARCH 21, 2003 PAGE 3 The Business and Profes- AIPAC's legislative initiative times a year at various loca- )n and the Corn- aimed at curbing Iran's spon- tions in the downtown area. Relations Committee sorship and support of inter- This group reaches out to the Jewish Federation of nationalterrorism, anditsat- members of the Jewish com- do would like to tempt to obtain weapons of munity with diverse speakers all community mem- mass destruction, and leaders. It alsoallows busi- to a lunch time briefing Before coming toAIPAC in ness and professional leaders Orlando Committee 1993, Weissman was awriter to network with colleagues AIPAC and Dr. Keith and editor at the Washing- and, atthesametime, broaden on Thursday, April ton-based Middle East their understanding of criti- atnoonatthelawofficesof Weekly, and served as man- calissuesoftheday. Itsmem- g,450South aging editor of Middle East bership is open to all mem- Suite 650, (near Insight.Weissmanwasprevi- bers of the Central Florida ously an adjunct professor of community. "ssman, a senior analyst history and Middle East af- The cost of the luncheon is :an Israel Pub- fairs at the University of Chi- $15; dietary laws will be ob- Committee, will be cago, Loyola University and served.AIPAC is taking reser- on "The Morning De Paul University. He has vations directly at 954-382- published numerous articles 6110. If you would like infor- process, the and reviews in scholarlyjour- mationabouttheBusinessand World fundamentalist Is nals and is AIPAC's onlyAra- Professional Division call movements, the Arab bic Persian speaker. JoAnne Kane at the Jewish Turkey, and the Mus-The Business and Profes- FederationofGreaterOrlando states of the former Soviet sional Networking Division of at 407-645-5933, ext. 225,'or t. Inthe past, he hasde- the Jewish Federation of e-mail joannek@orlando much of his time to Greater Orlando meets four jewishfed.org. Arons, a freelance speaker, will be the guest speaker at the sional Women's day, April 1 O, son &Jardin. :e ent is a fundraiser for Jewish Appeal by the Contribu- s SUpport vital health and and around the Lynn Esko and Vivian are co-chairing the 0f interest in- issues, child- relationships, Chris- relations, and fo- to three of the Soup for the Soul" g Chicken the Woman's Soul, Soup for the and the forth- Chicken Soup for the Soul. In addition, essays and ar- in Good g, Redbook, Contributors attending the event will receive this handcraRed pin designed by Katherine Malmsten. Woman's Day, Woman's by Joanne Fink of Lakeside World and Reader's Digest. Design. The pin was designed She is currently at work on a by Katherine Malmstenand it collectionofstorieshavingto was paid for by three spon- do with parenting and on a sors, Scott Laurent Gallery, novel for young adults. The Menopause Center and The minimum pledge toat- Lakeside Design. The couvert tend the event is $365. All for the dinner is $36 per per- contributors who attend will son. receive a beautiful For information call the handcrafted pin coordinated Federation at 407-645-5944. Jewish Federation of George Wolly Center, 2100 Lee The following synagogues and the Jew- Rd. in Winter Park. and agencies will be partici- p Center invites The Jewish Federation of pating as drop off sites: Con- community Greater Orlando asks the en- gregation BetChaim, Congre- to participate intire community to work to- gation of Liberal Judaism, Harvest - Free- gether during the next month Congregation Ohev Shalom, rom Hunger Cam- to accomplish the mitzvah of the Hebrew Day School and This food drive will feeding the hungry. Patricia R. Seiznick Middle The campaign began lastSchool, Southwest Orlando Sunday and is running Jewish Congregation, Temple to the downturn in the through Monday, April 14, Israel, andthe United Hebrew P, the need for food as- families and individuals will SchooisofCentral Florida.The Idramati- beabletodropofffoodatvari- Jewish Community Center oussitesthroughoutthecom- drop-off sites include the pre- munity. The pantry is in great school, youth department, se- at all of the Central need of the following items: nior lounge and JCC South. pantries, includ-canned tuna, peanut butter For more information or to community's and jelly, dried beans, canned volunteer to help pick up or and Audrey fruits and vegetables, soups, deliver food, please call the Pantry located spaghetti sauce, pasta, rice, Federation office at 407-645- ly Services, The dried milk and coffee and tea. 5933, ext. 237. ofthe Jewish Fed- of $1,000 or at a re- In their honorin the beautiful lobby of the Renais- sance Center on Lake Ivanhoe on Saturday, March 22, at 7 p,m, For more information con- tact Nancy Ludin at 407-645- 5933, ext. 239, or e-mail her at nancyl@orlandojewishfed.org. Last month the Business and Professional Network Division met with Bernie Friedman, a lobbyist for the Florida Jewish Federations. Shown here (!- r): GIL DULBERG, STEVEN KANE, BERNIE FREIDMAN and LEE HARARY. L Aw OFFICE OF * Auto Accidents Wrongful Death Nursing Home Negligence * Defective Products * Slip & Fall Dental Malpractice * Dog Bites Insurance Claims "Prepared to fight for yomr" FREE & CONFIDENTIAL INITIAL CONSULTATION * Fledda B~ Ammtq~lm* . U.$. Di~alct Co~* F~e thc Mi~lk District of I:k~ida * * OrmF ~ Bar A ~iatio~ Ametiom Bar A~eciatioa ~ ol'Trlal L.~j~.n ofAm*~, "25 Years--Celebrating the Mosaic of Life" a celebration of the many people whose lives have been helped and enriched by JFS Dr. Miriam (Mimi) Hull Mara and Harvey Levitt Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando will host a reception and dinner: April 27 at 5 p.m. Rosen Plaza Hotel, 9700 International Drive, Orlando This event will benefit Jewish Family Services, a social service organization providing programs for the hungry and to the needy of Central Florida. The evening will include entertaining performances by Jay Marder and the Orlando Klezmorin featuring Jacqueline Rawiszer, the cantorial soloist at the Congregation of Liberal Judaism. Silent and live auction with many great items. Presentation of the second annual George Wolly Community Leadership Award to Dr. Miriam (Mimi) Bernstein Hull. For more information about Celebrate 2003, including sponsorship opportunities, call 407-644-7593. Jewish Family Services is a Heart of Florida United Way Agency serving the entire Central Florida Community and a Constituent Agency of the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando.