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PAGE 6A MORNING AND EVENING MINYANS (Call synagogue to confirm time.) Chabad of South Orlando--Monday and Thursday, 8 a.m. 407-354-3660. Congregatioa Ahavas Yisrael--Monday - Friday, 7 a.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m., 407-644-2500. Congregation Chabad Lubavitch of Greater Daytona--Monday, 8 a.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m., 904- 672-9300. Congregation Ohev Shalom--Sunday, 9 a.m., 407-298-4650: GOBOR Community Minyan at Jewish Academy of Orlando--Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Temple Israel--Sunday, 9 a.m., 407-647-3055. FRIDAY, MARCH 29 Ahavas Yisrael--Kabbala, 30 minutes before sundown. Share the Care--A respite care group meets in the senior lounge of the Jewish Community Center Maitland campus Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include sharing Shabbat with JCC preschoolers in the morning and a program with Jewish content provided by the Jewish Pavilion in the afternoon. Info: Mary Ellen Grant, xecutive director of Share the Care, at 407-423-5311 or email her at megrant@helpforcaregivers.org. FRIDAY, APRIL 5 Ahavas YisraelmKabbalat, 30 minutes before sundown. I 00yweekisnot complete without it! .u ['"How in the world am i supposed to 1 [.know what's going on?" .____J These are some of the comments we receive from readers  when they miss an issue of Heritage Florida Jewish News. f What are you missing out on?... Subscribe today! B i lUlm i i  n  el line i i i I n i i i imll n i i i i i i m YES? I want to be informed. Start my subscription at once. I I Please:  enter  extend my subscription for: I II 3 1 year at $37.95 52 issues I 12 y.eas at $69.95 104 issues | I  1 year out-of-state at $46.95 or  2 years out-of-state at $87.95 | I MAIL SUBSCRIPTION TO: [ II Name I I Address I I City/State/Zip Phone # expiration date I Fill out coupon and maik I with check or credit card information to: I HERITAGE Florida Jewish News I P.O. 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SUNDAY, APRIL 7 Yom Hashoah Yom HaSho a h Commemoral:ion at StdC The Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation (SOJC) will honor the lives and mem- ories of victims and survivors of the Holocaust at a Yom HaShoah commemoration open to the public on Sunday, April 7, at 10:30 a.m. at SOJC, 11200 SouthApopkaVineland Road, Orlando 32836. As part of the commemora- tion, Max Waldor, a member of SOJC and Life Boy Scout who has just returned from a school trip to Auschwitz and Birkenau, will share stories he has been collecting and will unveil the tile images he has designed that will make up the Holocaust memorial mural of SOJC. The mural is a testament to the human spirit and tells the stories of survivors and victims of the Holocaust in a unique and that honors his faith and his congregation," Max's Eagle Scout Coach Tim Volpert com- mented. More information is available at www.sojc.org/ holocaustmemorid/. ..The HBO Special and Acad- emy Award winner for Film Documentary, "One Survivor Remembers," the story of Gerda Weissmann Klein,.who survived the Holocaust and whose story is included in the memorial project, will also be shown and discussed as part of the commemoration. "We, the Jewish people, have the responsibility to keep alive the memories of all those lost during the Holocaust. Our annual commemoration o. fYom HaShoah is an incred- ibly important and powerful experience and we are very proud that Max has taken on Gerda Weissman Klein the spiritual leader of SOJC, who along with Cantor Doug Ramsay will conduct a memo- rial service that will conclude the commemoration. Members of the public are invited to attend. For more creative n:snn:rated a project :a uch aRnbiiPI-llt rkleC'kl i3frcrmail0;i-s2i9-w5v4'?Jc" Camp J celebrate,.; 40years of fun Camp J family, and we have a new partner for our Theater Camp: Starving Artists. We have also beefed'up the programming for our eight weeks of Camp J. Sure, we might not have Native Ameri- can lore as a specialist activity as we did in 1973, but we do have new specialist areas such as digital video combined with drama, science and nature, as well as new electives full of activities that your child wouldn't even think would be included at a day camp. Can you say drum circle? Camp J has everything you need, from toddlers to 10th grade. I would know because I was a camper here from the time I was a toddler through 10th grade, and then later I returned as a staff member for five summers. Now once again, I have the fortunate opportunity to return to the JCC in which I grew up, after running JCC camps in Richmond, Va., and Austin, Texas, for the past nine years. I am extremely proud and confident in our summer camps and look forward to working with our camp directors, Abby Paulson and Jodi Alter, in ensuring that your chiid(ren) have the same (but updated) amazing camp experience I had when I was a camper here. Here at the Roth JCC, we realize that caring for children is both an immense respon- sibility and an awesome op- portunity. We look forward to exceeding your expectations for your child's summer camp experience in a safe, exciting and enriching environment. 19,obby Etzkin is assistant executive director at Roth JCC of Greater Orlando. First person By Robby Etzkin Roth JCC Buckle upyourseatbeltand climb into our time machine as we celebrate 40 years of Camp J fun, traditions, memo- ries and smiles. While so much has changed here in Maitland over the last four decades, it's amazing to see how many great camp traditions stay the same. That's because we go by the old saying, "If it ain't broken, don't fix it!" Don't confuse us though for a traditional day camp stuck in the 1970s. This year we have made significant improve- ments to our programming as we continue to evolve in order to meet the needs of today's children and teens. New this summer, we welcome Mad Science and KidzArt into our Across 1. Suffer ___ worse than death 6 .... Ramah 10. Geometric shapes of bagels 14. Didn't just ooh 15. Asia's Sea 16. Birdhouse bird 17. "A Stranger ___ Us" (Movie set in a Hasidic community) 18. Give a hoot 19. "Gates of ___" (Bob Dylan song) 20. Author, "Judaism as a Civilization" (1934) 23. "The Sound of Music" setting: Abbr. 24. Staffs 25. Conference (Refugee meeting) 27. Prefix with intellectual 30. Consequently 31. Altoid alternative 35. "Close Encounters o the Third Kind" extras 36. Some classic non- kosher products 41. Mandy Patinkin's role on Broadway in "Evita" 42. Orthodox Jews outside Israel have two 43. Examine grammar 46. Director James ("Sunday in the Park with George") 50. Intensity 51. ZBT rival 54 .... LeElef (Jewish outreach trainers) 55. Pioneering German Reform Jew 59 .... of age (celebrate Bar/Bat Mitzvah) 60. Kosher or macrobiotic 61. Arlo Guthrie sang about her restaurant 62. Bake sale orgs. 63. Author of biblical novels 64. Brouhahas -65. First word in Sondheim's "Send in the Clowns" 66. Shtreimels, e.g. 67. Calvin Klein offering Down 1. Triptik, notably 2.2000 Kate Hudson film "Almost " 3. "I could eat ___" 4. Babysit 5. "Postcards from the " (Carrie Fisher novel) 6. Candy making bean 7. "This is !" (crimebuster's cry) 8. Cuban and Spitz 9. Bargain type 10. " Angry Men" (film with Jack Klugman) 11. Giver of smicha 12. Brings to life, as a Civil War battle 13. Country lodging 21. Footwear famous for its holes 22. It comes after ayin 26. " Gadol..:." 28. American indian 29." Lorelei" (Heinrich Heine poem) 32. Your, in Tours 33. "Guys and Dolls" libreltist Burrrows 34. Kosher animals chew theirs 36. 1 Kings 10:26- "And Solomon gathered together and horsemen..." 37. Abel, by profession 38. Archaeologist's discovery 39. The Vilna Gaon, familiarly 40. Uri GeJler "specialty" 41. Common Jewish profession 44. Holding the biggest grudge 45. Part of BCE 47. Out of the rain 48. Bill Kristol, notably 49. Alaska governor Gruening 51 .... Flatow (American Jewish student killed in a Hamas suicide bombing) 52. CD-p!ayer button 53. "All her ___ are peace" 56 .... HaChareidis 57. Possible source of flour for matzah 58: Political coalition 59. Cost-of-living stat l m 31 37 m __.. ____2 m 7 8 11 | - 33 34 35 - | 52 53 54 The Jerusalem Post Crossword Puzzle By David Benkof DavidBenkf@al'cm See answers in the April 5 issue of the Heritage.