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PAGE 20 HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MARCH 21 Passover Seder Temple Shalom of Deltona Date: Time: Place: Officiating: Price: Temple Israel of DeLand Wednesday, April 16, 2003 6z30 PM Temple Shalom of Deltona Rabbi Winston WeUheimer Temple Members & Visiting Family $22 Per Person Children (Ages X6) $Ia Each Children (Ages 3 & under) No Charge Non-Members $27 Per Person All reservations must be placed with Shirley Rosen at 386-574-7465. Payment by check must be received no later than April 9, 2003. This is a Kosher Passover caiered dinner. B ST IN AL.rl"HF NTIC ANO 5ZEC WAN CUISINE ,/,--.--- |o6e CHLME.SE RE:,5 T/V~ Recommended by Scott Joseph, The Orlando Sentinel Restaurant Critic "1 6 8 is almost a 10" The Weekly Newspaper: "4 Star in Food" "4 Star in Ambiance" ServingLunch&Dinner7DaysaWeekll:3Oa.m 9:3Op.m. Fri&SaL.ll:3Oa.m lO:3Op.m. ] TAKE OUTAVAILABLE APOPKA WEKIVA SPRINGS f-- Uird--L- 407-862-1688 peclal tnalty 407-862-0865 (fax) $7.50 Bear Lake Plaza 3".00 - 6:30 D.m. 3030 E. Hwy. 436 Ste. 132 Apopka " r---a O' COS K'ton ton and Family May18. The cost is $18 per class services set for the rest of the for COS members and $25 per year. class for non-COS members. There are three more classes The popular Family Shabbat of K'ton ton and everyone is Shindig and Havdallah pro- welcome! K'ton ton is a once a gramsarealsoopentothecom- month class for children who munity. Shabbat Shindig is a are age 3 by Dec. 31 through line up of Friday night services Pre-k and their parents. It and experiences for all ages. meets from 11 a.m. - 12:30 Young Family Kabbalat p.m. one Sunday a month and Shabbat is held at 5:30 p.m. is open to the community, with Cantor Robuck and Amy Each class is based on a Geboff and is geared toward theme and includes art, sto- families with children in first ries, games, cooking and sing- grade and younger. Partici- ing with Cantor Robuck. K'ton pants may find themselves sit- ton began five years ago as a ting on the floor, on their feet way to integrate young chip dancing or running around on dren into synagogue life while a hunt for something special. enabling their parents to meet A family Shabbat dinner be- other Jewish parents at the gins at 6:15 p.m. followed by same stage of life. Ela Crespin family services geared toward has been teaching K'ton ton school age families. for the last three years and Rabbi Rubinger, Cantor brings enthusiasm andwarmth Robuck and Amy Geboff corn- to the program, bine their talents to provide a The dates for K'ton ton are truly interactive and spirited Sunday, March 23, April 13 and Shabbat experience. The fam- ily service ends at 8 followed by a Family Shabbat. The Shabbat Shindig April 11 and May 2. Saturday evening, March: will be the next Havdallah program. evening begins at 7 sanctuary with Ma'ariv Havdallah services led COSUSY. Following this month hav of your favorite a Jewish twist! Dessert ments will be served. There reservations are requested. For more information K'ton ton, family any programs for youth families at COS, Geboff, director of Youth Family 7829. Ohev Shalom is on Goddard Avenue, which off of Lee Road, near I-4 Orlando. Or Hadash, Young AdultsIt will be a wine and cheese For more of the Jewish Federation, reception chaired by Rachel contact Nancy Ludin, will be having their spring Gebaide. All participants will Hadash director, at event at the home of Nancy have the opportunity to make 645-5933, ext. 239, or and Jason Chepenik in their pledge to the 2003 Com- mail her Maitland on Sunday, May 4, bined Jewish Appeal Campaign nancyl@orlando at 7 p.m. ifthey have not already done so. Steven Rosenberg, MJg. F.A.A.A.A.I. Carlos M. Jacinto, M.D.F.A.A.A.A.L Dipiomate Diplomate American Board of Allergy American Board of Allergy & Immunology & Immunology American Board of Pediatrics American Board of Internal Medicine ALLERGY & ASTHMA ASSOCIATES OF CENTRAL FLORIDA 1890 Semoran Blvd Suite 215 Winter Park, FL 32792 407-678-4040 6068 Apopka Vineland Road, Ste. 3 Orlando, FL 32819 407-370-3705 685 Palm Springs Drive Ste. 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