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PAGE 8 HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MARCH 21 Happening at the Jaime Sara Niskar and Taylor Slade Gold. - Penny and Barry Gold of Longwood announce the engagement of their son Tayler Slade Gold to Jaime Sara Niskar, daughter of Regina and Allan Niskar of Planta- tion, Fla. Tayler is currently a retail supervisor for Hynes Reid, Inc which is a candy manufacturer's representative company. Sara graduated, with honors, from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. She is currently working as an engineer with Mactec Engineering. 3587 Lake Emma Read Lake Mary, FL 32746 Tel: 407.$33.$960 Fax: 407.833.8924 CE~IFIED If gl FLA District Manager CEO. George Goldstein Lead Service Tech. EC0001403 I G.S.G. Electrical LLC. @ Davis Elecrtric. po box 261 Winter Park, FL 32790-0261 (407) 592-6388 321-689-5247 Hear Better With AMERICA'S CHOICE HEARING CENTER, INC. 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Sponsors of this evening in- clude Osprey Custom Homes andWestgate Resorts. For more information about this fabu- lous evening call Jill Garcia at 407-248-1182 or Brenda Sher at 407-239-7411. Patron's Club Last season the Center Play- ers instituted a Patron's Club to help offset production ex- penses during trying times. Several individuals who care about theatre at the JCC made donations in the fashion that many other theatre organiza- tions in the area and around the country already had in place. This season the club in- creased the level of donations. The club is rapidly growing and is an excellent way to support theatre arts at the JCC. The sponsorship levels range anywhere from $25 up to $1000 and include: Platinum Club - $1000, full page program ad and four season tickets among other perks Gold Player - $500, half page ad and two season tickets; Silver Player - $250; Bronze Player - $100; Stage Player - $50 and, Curtain Player - $25. All donations are tax-deduct- ible beyond the value of tickets if they are part of the package. To receive a flyer with the spe- cific benefits breakdown con- tact Mark or Michelle at the JCC 407-645-5933, extensions 314 and 245, respectively. When the donation is re- ceived it is recorded and good for a year. During that year the patron is listed in Center Play- ers, Teen Theatre and Theatre Department programs on the Patron's Club page. Donations help the budget for the produc- tion that is current when the donation is received. If mul- tiple donations are made dur- ing the year they are totaled and the patron is placed in the highest level reflective of their total. Currently the JCC Theatre department is in production with "Les Miserables" School Edition which runs March 20 - 23. Next up, right around the corner is "A Shayna Maidel" written by Barbara Lebow and directed by center player, Shelly Ackman. It is the story of two sisters separated in childhood and re- united after the Holocaust. This drarna will run April 3 through April 13. For tickets call Michelle at 407-645-5933, ext 245. SportsNite The Jewish Community Cen- ter of Greater Orlando will host SportsNite on Thursday, May 15 at 5 p.m. at the Matrix and Metropolis nightclubs located at the Pointe Orlando on Inter- national Drive. SportsNite is not just an- other fund-raiser, but a unique, FUN, inter-active night that celebrates Florida sports and athletes. Awards will be given to outstanding Florida athletes from high school players to See "JCC'~ on page 21 I o u.sand ORGAN,ZAT,ONS i ] Copy for publication must be typed and I doublespaced, andintheHERlTAGEofficeby ] Wednesday noon of the week preceding publi- ] cation. Copy received late will be published in [ the next issue, ifstill timely. Mail news releases I to HERITAGE, P.O. Box 300742, Fern Park, FL 32730~ to Rishona-Chaverot Group to May Lederman, 407-260- of Hadassah 0862 or to Bunny Rosen, 407- Book Club 331-8367. The cost is $7 with advanced reservations or $8 The next meeting of thewithout. Rishona Chaverot Group of Hadassah Book Club will take Brandeis University place on Monday, March 24 at National Women's Cora- l0 a.m. in the Youth Lounge mittee of Flagler/Volusia of Congregation Ohev Shalom. and men's group The book for review is The Old Neighborhood by Avery Corman. EstherAsherwill be the pre- senter and will lead the dis- cussion. Everyone is welcome. The selection for April is The Ladies Auxiliary by Tova Mirvis to be reviewed by Pat Lepow. For information call Esther Asher at 407-831-2766. April luncheon meeting Rishona-Chaverot Group of Hadassah will hold its April luncheon meeting at the Con- gregation of Liberal Judaism, 928 Malone Dr, Orlando at 11:30 a.m. on April 1. A special Passover program by Hadassah members will be presented. Lizette Halpern, Shirley Kohn, Esther Asher, Lola Taubman and Lucilla Weinroth together with other members will relate Passover customs in Egypt, Brazil, Po- land, Hungary and Israel. Please R.S.V.P. by March 27 9 Crin Si ye[ Nicole Erin Siegel, daughter of Diane and Marc Siegel of Longwood will be called to the torah as a bat mitzvah on Saturday, March 29 at Congregation Beth Am, Longwood. Nicole is in the seventh grade at Rock Lake Middle School. She is a member of the Girls Varsity Basketball Team. Her interests include basketball, drawing, play- ing with her three pets, and talking on line. Sharing in the family's simcha are her sister, Lauren and brother Jason; grandmother, Anita Stern; family and friends from New Jersey, New York, Texas, Connecticut, and Florida. Melissa Gayle Stern, daughter of Dr. Louis and Sara Stern of Maitland will be called to the torah as a bat mitzvah on Friday, March 28 and Saturday, March 29 at Congregation Ohev Shalom, Orlando. Melissa is in the seventh grade at Trinity Prepara- tory School. Her hobbies include lalaying the piano and tap dancing. Recently she received her second gold cup award for a solo piano performance from the National Federation of Mu- sic Clubs. She is a member of Kadima. Sharing in the family's simcha are her sister, Anna who attends Brown University; brother, David; grandparents, Dr. Marvin and Charlotte Nathan of Chattanooga, Tenn. and Dr. Henry and Carol Stern of Lakeland, Fla. and family and friends from California, Washington, Washington, D.C Oregon, Connecticut, New York, and Georgia. Jewish Adult Singles (65+) April 2003 activities Saturday, April 5--Dinner at Straub's Seafood (restaurant, 407-740-7117) R.S.V.P. to Lillian, 407- 880-7049. Saturday, April 12--Dinner at Chili's Grill & Bar, 397 E. Altamonte Dr. Altamonte Springs (restau- rant, 407-339-5711) R.S.V.P. to Bernice, 407-774- 1442. Sunday, April 13~Meeting at 10 a.m. in the J.C.C. Senior Lounge followed by brunch. Speaker: Fred Carr of the Florida Department of Financial Services. Members, $4 and nonmembers, $5. Saturday, April 19--Due to Passover there won't be dinner out. Saturday, April 26---Dinner at Sam Seitzer's Steakhouse, 800 E. Altamonte Dr AItamonte Springs (restaurant, 407-332-7267) R.S.V.P. to Flo, 407 859- 5982. SYNAGOGUE NEWS Brown Bag Lunch and Learn- The discussion,"Kind- Temple Israel usually gathers at Temple ness to Technology: The Chal- Temple Talkers lenge of Organ Transplants," rael will be held Wednesday, April A discussion and social Viera, at 11:30 a.m. 9at 11:30a.m. in the Ocean's group for seniors, will meet their own "brown Two Club Room, 3047 South on April 28, a change of date lunches, and dessert and Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach due to Passover. Attendees erages are served, but not Shores. gather at 1 l:30a.m.with their April. Explore the conflicting pri- brown bag lunches at Temple The April 7 meeting will oritiesoffamiliesinpain, ofthe Israel, 7350 Lake Andrew held at the Liberty Bell transplant surgeon, hospital, Drive, Melbourne (Viera). seum, Hibiscus Road and public payers. Participants Dessert and beverage aresup- Meibourne,) will be taken into the thicket of plied, and Melbourne ethical dilemmas that arise After lunch and socializa- and directly with organ transplants,tion, the moderator presents Regional Hospital. We Bring lunch; the beverage thetopic(s)fordiscussionthat meet at 11:30a.m. is supplied. The donation is day and a mentally stimulat- in the park and $3. For reservations call 386- ingand challenging hour fol- ing. Then docen 760-2428. lows. All are welcome to on a tour of the museum. l ction discussion - at the Temple Talkers. For more in- Beverages are City Island Library in Daytona formation, please call Saul at atthe museumso Beach onWednesdayAprii 2 at 386-726-0660. your own along with lOa.m.TheselectionisAHouse Prime Time "brown bag" lunch. forMr. Biswas, byV.S. Naipaul. will be served. Naipaui's portrait of the A social group for seniors, "Trinidad-Indian community will hold its monthly meeting to know how many onApril7,thefirstMondayof are needed so please call See "Clubs" on page 21 the month as usual. The group Temple at 386-636-3484.