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PAGE 8 ge!' Charoset is a sweet mixture of fruit, nuts and spices that is a traditional part of the Pass- over Seder plate. It is one of the few dishes made by Jews all over the world, but recipes change from one place to an- other. Ashkenazi Jews, a majority in America, assume that their recipe made from apples, nuts and wine is universal. Not so, Charoset may not contain any of these ingredients. Sephardic Jews use dried fruits, especially dates, nuts, bananas, pears in varying amounts and combi- nations. To celebrate Passover, the JCC 39ers are having a "Charoset Challenge" on Mon- day, April 21, at 1 p.m. in the J.C.C. Auditorium. Bring a generous sample of your recipe. If you really want to be challenged, several recipeswill be supplied that may be new to you. Be adventurous make one! You don't have to be a 39er to enter. Every member attending will participate in a"taste test" and judge the best. Prizes to the winners! Call Claire Mercer at 407- 699-0956 for more details. Saturday night, April 19, will be a night to remember for members and friends of Congregation of Liberal Juda- ism. Beginning at 7 p.m with an elaborate dessert reception, Chairpersori Bonnie Yarmuth will present Scott Alles and Larry Nicastro of Artsy Auc- tions and a huge array of art glass, home decorating acces- sories and object d'art. According to Yarmuth, Scott and Larry, formerly the owners of Scott Laurent Gal- leries in Winter Park, have been scouring the country lo- cating imaginative, innovative and one of a kind pieces for the auction. Prior to the actual live auc- tion at 8 p.m patrons will have time to peruse the items and select those on which they would like to bid, all while savoring delectable desserts. Tickets for this wonderful evening are only $18 per per- son. For information and de- tails; please contact Debbie Gold, program director, at407- 645-0444. For the month of June, chil- dren ages 3 through 7 will again have an opportunity to attend Camp Israel, sponsored by TempleIsraelandlocatedat7350 Lake Andrew Drive in Viera. The camp is open to chil- dren of all faiths and offers four, one-week sessions: Session 1 - June 2 - 6; Session 2 - June 9 - 13; Session 3- June 16- 20; and Session 4 - June 23 - 27. The cost for Camp Israel is 386-631-9494. High school $90 per week. Field trips may students who are interested require an additional charge, in earning "Bright Future" Space is limited and registra- scholarship hours are wel- tion is now being taken. For come to help with this pro- more information please call gram. presents cooking demonstration The local chapter of Come to the program ready to 9832; so, after Passover, you ORT schools throughout the Women's American ORT is indulge your taste buds. Gale can enjoy a meal out with world, withaspecialemphasis hosting a Passover cooking will demonstrate Matza friends, on Israel, Russia and Argen- demonstration on April 7, Lazania and Jodi Krinker will This is a third in a series of tina. ORT provides technical at 7:15 p.m, at the home of prepare Matza Pizza andgrassroots meetings held by training to students in 70 Gale Milgrim in Maitland Matza Toffee. the ORT chapter to reach out countries throughout the Club. In addition to the demon- to new members in the corn- world. If you have any ques- The program will include stration, there will be a raffle munity and personally teach tions, regarding membership the favorite recipes of some of drawing. Among the prizes is about ORT. in ORT, call Ellen Snyder at the members and you can par- a $200 gift certificate from Del The series has been a great 407-647-8231. ticipate, too. Just bring a Frisco's donated by Gale success, with last month's film To R.S.V.P. tothe Passover sample of your favorite Pass- Milgrim, P.A "Your Orlando previewandJanuary'sArtAuc- Cooking demonstration call over dish and 25 copies of the Real Estate Nice Gal,"with the tion. All proceeds from these Gale Milgrim at -407-622- recipe to share with others. Vance Realty Group, 407-443- meetings directly benefit the 8650. dancing feet 42nd Kate Levering (r), from the Broadway production of'42nd Street" playing ingenue Peggy Sawyer and ensemble. ORLANDOm"The Broad- defy our minds and muscles way musical for people who not to join in. 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Starring in the "42nd Street" tour are Blair Ross as Dorothy Brock, Patrick Ryan Sullivan asJulianMarsh, with the introduction, of Catherine Wreford as fresh-from-Allen- town Peggy Sawyer. Round- ing out the principal perform- ers are Patti Mariano asMaggie Jones, Frank Root as Bert Barry, Robert Spring as Billy Lawlor, Paul Ainsley as Abner Dillon, Michael Fitzpatrick as Mac, Thug andDoctor, Dexter Jones asAndy Lee, Tom Judson as Oscar, Daren Kelly as Pat Denning and Alana Salvatore as Annie. From the source material of 1930's movies including "42ND Street" (1933), "Gold Diggers of 1933," "Dames" (1934) and "Gold Diggers of 1935," Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble wrote the book (based on the novel by Bradford Ropes), Harry War- ren wrote the r~usic and AI Dubin wrote the lyrics for the 1980 stage premiere of"42nd Street". The Original Broadway Cast Recording of "42nd Street" is available on Q Records. Visit the "42nd Street" website at www.42ndStreetBroadway. com. SunTrust Broadway In Or- lando is presented by Florida Theatrical Association, a non- profit civic organization with a volunteer board of trustees established to ensure the con- tinued presentation of quality touring Broadway productions and the promotion of arts edu- cation throughout the state of Florida. SunTrust Broadway In Orlando is sponsored by OleoMed and is given promo- tional support by WKMG Lo- cal 6 and Orlando Leisure Magazine. By Carrie Ann Wharton On Sunday, March 9 the Seeds of Peace Young Lead- ership came together to re- hearse the dances that will be performed on April 13 at the Pictures of Hope Celebration. The group consisted of eight Arabs and six Jews. At first, prospects for a successful re- hearsal seemed as doomed as Middle East Peace itself. The chaos of the Rollins College's annual spring break had led to an oversight of the group's reservation for the dance room in the athletic center; the looming threaten outside rehearsals. Undaunted by the circum- stances the Orlando's local high school and college stu- dents proceeded to rehearse outside the athletic center. A "boom box" was used, re- HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, APRIL 2rCa.@ Za o= Mandy Aiyce Zamore, daughter of Gayle Zamore of Longwood and the late Dr. Michael Zamore will be called to the Torah as a bat mitzvah on Saturday, April 12 at Temple Israel. Mandy is in the seventh grade at Lake Mary Prepa- ratory School where she is on the honor roll and merit roll. Her interests include talking on line, talking on the phone, computers and tennis. Mandy is a board member of Kadima. Sharing in the family's simcha are her brothers, Jor- dan and Matt; her grandmother, Jean Zamore of Pom- pano Beach, Fla as well as family and friends from Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Vir- ginia, and Florida. ngagement [ Innouncement Jaime Sara Niskar and Tayler Slade Gold Penny and Barry Gold of Longwood announce the engagement of their son Tayler Slade Gold to Jaime Sara Niskar, daughter of Regina and Allan Niskar of Planta- tion, Fla. Tayler is currently a retail supervisor for Hynes Inc which is a candy manufacturer's representative company. Jaime graduated, with honors, from the Universit~ Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Civil She is currently working as an engineer with Mactec Engineering. A December 28, 2003 wedding is planned at Temple Koi Ami in Plantation, Florida. SUCCESS cruited from a local student's apartment, and plugged into the outlet on the outer wall of the building Intermittently, the stu- dents, the Channel 13 news reporter and a journalist from the Orlando Sentinel ran from the larger, uncovered re- hearsal space to the limited space of the building's shel- tered overhang. Over the course of the four- hour rehearsal, something evolved out of the group's un- dying commitment to a com- mon goal that transcended the invading tension of the adult world: Giggling, over-hyper Arab girls joined forces with giggling, over-hyper Jewish girls. Fragile bulbs of friend- ships grew out of the seeds of laughter. Upon hearing the choreographer's command "Girls come outl," the both Jewish and Arab neousl broke out into an eerie rendition of the '80's "I'm coming and belated By the end of the period the students were of new dance steps, pride their accomplishments, incontrollable fits of at the expense of their weary" leaders. 3 p.m. had im nel 13 and more still teaching each other move least for one da~ youth and vitality prevail over the disinte generations. The fates aligned in their favor