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MARCH 28, 2003 PAGE 3 announces more i]i ~i:ii!!i~!iiiiiii!iii~ ILANA WOLGEL AARON DAVIDS The Rishona-Chaverot Group of Hadassah is pleased to introduce three imore Chesed (Good Deed) w nne s to the community. These out- standing 7th through 12th grade students were chosen by the education directors and/ or teachers at each synagogue and educational institution. miss ,The Center Players present arrives in New York to live AShaynaMaidel,'aplaywrit- with a sister she hasn t seen ten by Barbara Lebow. since childhood. During the Shelley Ackman, a regular production the two sisters re- on the Center Player scene is discover themselves and each lireeting this powerful and other. haunting drama about a fam- Appearing in this produc- ily separated by circumstance tion, for the Center Players, is and held apar(by the depres- an all new cast, Jill Bevin will sionand the Holocaust. portray Lusia; Elizabeth Set in post World War II Bradshaw will play Rose New York, the story centers (Reyzl)thesisterwiththeNew round a familywith two sis- York lifestyle. Richard ers. In their childhood, the Meagher is Mordechai, the fa- lather and the younger sister ther. Other cast members in- m.igrate to the United States, clude Faye Novick as Mama, While the mother and older Chad Robinson as Duvid, and sister stay behind in the old Danielle Prager as Hannah. COUntry. After thewar Lusia, theolder See "Shayna Maidel" sister, has survived and she on page 19 RACHEL GRAY All of the winners will' be honored on April 27 at 3 p.m. at the Westmonte Recreation and Civic Center, and the en- tire community is urged to CHAD ROBINSON as Duvid and JILL BEVIN as Lusia. joinHadassahandthestudents determined to take the trip. Ben Evi, Davids excels in He- and their families. "Ilana is a true leader and role brew studies and Judaica this Ilana Wolgel was chosen by model for the teens in our year, and continues toattend Congregation Ohev Shalomas synagogue, and she continues classes post bar mitzvah." He its Chesed winner, to insure COS USY's growth is president of Beth Am's new Amy Geboff, director of and success. She leads by ex- Kadimagroup.Davidsisproud Youth and Family Education, ample, from leading services of being Jewish, and contin- stated thatWolgel is an excel- to leading singing," said ues to read Torah on Shabbat lent student at Trinity Prep Geboff. morning. He maintains the where she is a senior. She is in Ilanais the daughter of Dori dietary laws even out of his the choir on the forensic and Phil Wolgel. home and volunteered to as- team in addition to other ac- Congregation Beth Am sist in the kashering of the tivities. She volunteered to chose Aaron Davids to be its synagogue kitchen. baby sit for the High Holidays Chesed winner. This student Aaron is the son of Debra at COS sixyears ago and con- is a member of the Questers and Mark Davids. tinues to do so. She shows AcademicTeamintheseventh Rachel Gray is another patience, kindnessandcreativ- grade at Rock Lake Middle Chesed winner, chosen by itywith the children. School. He performs as the Congregation Bet Chaim. Last summer, Wolgelwent first chair oboist in the Ad- Carol Cohn, aneducatorthere, on Ramah Pilgrimage to Po- vance Band. spoke of Rachel saying, "She land and Israel. Many teens According to the Beth Am chose not to go but she was education director, Karmela See "Chesed" on page 19 BEST IN AUTHENTIC CHINESE AND SZECNEW'AN CUISINE Recommended by Scott Joseph, The Orlando Sentinel Restaurant Critic "I 6.8 is almost a 10" E.dff'll ,o The Weekly Newspaper: fl-g 1 6 * "4 Star in Food" "4 Star in Ambiance" Innse r t r nt I ServingLunchlDinner7DaysaWeekll:3Oa.m.-9:3Op.m. Fri&Sat ll:30a.m.-10:30p.m. [ TAKE OUT AVAILABLE * APOPKA WEKIVA SPRINGS L y 407-862-1688 opt:elm a.y 407-862-0865 (fax) ~ $7.50 tax included Bear Lake Plaza 3:00 - 6:30 n.m. 3030 E. 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