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MARCH 21, 2003 PAGE 17 HANDI-MAN & PAINTER ZARA FRANKEL MADELINE MILLER DARA ZAINTZ educational institutions sent to the Rishona- Group of Hadassah, Will present these stu- sWith the Chesed Award. purpose of the award is to honor outstand- MAKE YOUR NEXT EVENT CROWN E PLAZA" EXRAORDINARY HOTELS & RESORTS ATTHE THE PLACE TO MEET. CROWNPLAZAO OAIRI RT The students were by their teachers and fulfilling concern for fellow hu- beings through manner a mensch, and and the other win- be honored on April Westmonte Recre- Civic Center at 3 Frankel has won the thward from the South- Congre- directorofedu- SOJC, was most en- in her nomination She wrote to the ttee: "Zara has been volunteering at SOJC longer than I have ha a job here. She is dedicated to our students and inspires them to follow her example. As the Kindergarten aide, she is here every single Sunday morn- ing--helping the teacher, who says she is a joy to have around. She throws her enthusiasm into the way she sings the prayers and joins in the holi- day projects--the children love her and imitate her in- volvement. Shewill someday be a wonderful certified teacher and is already an ex- emplary member of the Jew- ish community." Zara is a high school senior at Dr. Phillips High School. Her parents are Sandi and Mitchell Frankel. Amy Geboff, the director of Youth and family education at COS, states that Ilana is a true leader and role model for the teens at COS. She leads by example, from leading services to leading singing! She has been the driving force in COS' USYs success. Madeline Miller was chosen from the HDS Patricia R. Selznick Middle School. "She is a shining example of a stu- dent who truly cares about the world, from feelings of empa- thy toward her fellow class- mates, to the love of animals and her concern for the cul- tures of the world. Her love for Judaism and Israel is evident in so many ways," stated Randa Marder, assistant to head of school. She is a big sister to the younger students in the school and can always be counted on when extra help is needed. She is an active participant in the mitzvah project in her class, as well as active at her syna- gogue, and shares the pride she feels with her family Madeline is the daughter of Susan and Dr. Mandell Miller. Dara Zaintz is the winning choice of Temple Shir Shalom (in Oviedo). The religious di- rector, Peggy Janousky, de- scribes Data as "the true epitome ofa mensch. She cares deeply about her culture and her fellow Jews. She is a com- passionate young woman that tuber Orchestra formed at CLJ ~ of the new Temple Chamber Orchestra at Congregation of Liberal Judaism; ~4TT~ re:Back row. LIZA BROWN-PINSKY, LANE SILBERSTEIN, JENNA FRIEDMAN, ~n~N ?~ Wc IM~NR ~ dE ~~ li~ O~ ua~ l t ~:~ic ~o n an: ~ ~tc ~e ~l :wW~L, LaId~u l t 'rein pie Chamber Or- The new orchestra, along L~ " ti ltO ,is a brand new addi- with the inter-generational musical program- CLJ adult and youth choirs, e. l],*.t tZ ngregation of Lib- provides traditional and con- It attracts mu- temporary'liturgical settings hi r m middle schoolaccompanying the prayers for ttitl-qm School who play brass, wood-the erev Shabbat service. Orchestra conductor, Julie dqehh ,4 Percussion instru- Troum, has written some of Rehear I sals are sched- the recent orchestralarrange- east two Sundays per - "m, f ments ofLo Yisa GoiandEileh ' Ollowing religious Chamdah Libi, composed es- pecially for the Temple Chain- ber Orchestra. The orchestra will add ruach to the next Shabbat 8hirah - Shabbat of Song - service on Friday, March 21 at 8 p.m. For further information re- garding TCO or any other music programs at Congrega- tion of Liberal Judaism, please contact Jacqueline Rawiszer, cantorial soloist at 407-645- 0444 or jrawiser@clj orlando.org. takes joy in helping others. Her work with a local assisted living facility shows that Dara puts action about words." In class, Hadassah was told, Dara continually shows her concern for equality. She is deeply of- fended when she hears of any instance of social injustice. She shows her commitment to tikkun olam by having the courage to speak out. Dara is the daughter of Alison and Ri- chard Zaintz, and is in the seventh grade at Millennum Middle School. In coming weeks, other Chesedwinnerswillbe featured in Heritage. Please watch for them, and join Rishona- Chaverot Group of Hadassah, the winners, their family and friends at the special award cer- emony on April 27. 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