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You All a Very Joyous Passover! MARCH 28, 1980 11 NISAN 5740 ORLANDO 2nd Class postage paid at Fern Park. FL Subscriptions io FIm4dl addroanes: with addlllonal entry at Orlando. FL $end address chanoes to P.O. llox 742, Fern Park, FL32738 $,lperlalandorpllr, pre-raladtharanltw SINGLE COPY 35 Federation President State-wide Association made h Federations enters its With a newly Orlando's Marcia chairman of Miami. of is unique, Cohen of cil of Jewish , group made and presidents of Florida Federations, but also -lay leadership from each community. Florida is the second state in the country to form such a group, the first being Hew Jersey. New York is currently trying to replicate the Florida association. The group was formed to cooperatively address the needs and problems of the state's tremendous growth ac- cording to Cohen. The group meets at CJF quarterly meetings and the General Assenj'bly, in addition to hold- ing an annual statewide conference and workshops on various topics such as "aging" and "Soviet Jewry resettle- ment." Four southern communi- ties have already engaged a joint grantsman, while Pinellas County, Tampa and Orlando are working together on com- munity endowment programs. Passover Services Congr. Ohev Shalom March 31--service 7 p.m., setter 7:30 p.m. April-]--service g a.m. Teri,le Israel Mal:e 31--service 6 p.m. April 1-7service 10 a.m., 6.m., 7:30 p.m. Coof Uberal Judaism Api'il l--seder 6:15 p.m. Congr. Beth Am March 31 -- Seder, 6 p.m., home of Irv Gussow, Pres Candlelighting time:, March 31 and April I -- 6:20 p.m. i I! For Kinneret Residents The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Develop. ment approved a $300,000- plus grant this week for the building of a "community room" between the two hous- ing complexes at Kinneret. The room will accom- modate residents of Kinneret I and II for meetings, including cultural, educational and en- tertaining events, in addition to facilities for some:kind of meal program, not  determined, according to Mti'ray Schwartz, president of Kinneret. The room is now a "concept," he said, and the Kinneret Board of Directors will next address the question of what government assis,/. tance programs are available. HUD Approves Grant For 'Community R-oom '