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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, APRIL 5, 2013 PAGE 3A Heritage Florida Jewish e News is accepting nomina- tions fo " the 2013 Heritage Humari Service Award, which will be presented in August at the annual meeting of the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando. "For more than 25 years, individuals who have made major, voluntary contribu- tions of their talent, time, energy, and effort to the Central Florida community have been honored with the selection and presentation of this award," says Jeff Gaeser, editor and publisher of the Heritage. Last year's recipient was Dr. Zena Sulkes. The Heritage is accepting nominations until Friday, June 7. As in previous years, the award will be, presented at the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando's annual meeting. According to Gaeser, "Each recipient chose their own path, but made considerable and long lasting contributions to the Jewish community. Nomi- nees for the 2013 award are m&vlduaiswho do not lookfor recognition but perform tikun olam--repairing the worldm out of internal motivation." Nominations should be emailed or typed on 8 1/2 x 11-inch paper and sent by mail. Included should be the name and phone number of the nominee, a documented list of his or her accomplishments, and the name and phone number of the nominator(s). Submit the information to Heritage Florida Jew- ish News Human ServiCe Award, 207 O'Brien Road, Suite 101, Fern Park, FL 32730 or email news@ orlandoherita,ge.com (in subject line add "Human Service Award"). Rabbi Joshua Neely of Do WeGoFromHere?'After Israel invites everyone to TempleIsraelcontinueshisse- manyweeks ofwranglingand find out what happened and riesofcommunitydiscussions wrestling, Israel has a new to discuss what may happen entitled,"ConversatiOnsWith governing Coalition under next. No RSVP is necessary the Rabbi," at 4 p.m. Sunday, Prime Minister Netanyahu. and there is no charge. April 14 at the SoNapa Grille. The politics behind this radi- Neelyhaspresentednumer- This mo.nth'stopicis"Isra- cally different government ous and varied discussion el's New Government: Where have surprised many. Temple topics at many locations throughout Central Florida I'm0ptimisticthatthetimeis If you wish further informa- over thelast two years. He right for big changes in Israel tion about this event and introduces his upcomingthat will make her safer and future "Conversations," call presentation with the follow- happier for decades to come." the synagogue office at 407- ing comment, "There hasThe SoNapa Grille is at 640 647-3055 or visit the Winter been a revolution in Israeli S.OrlandoAve.,Maitland.For Springs synagogue at www. politics but no one is quite specific directions, Googlethe tiflorida.org and click On the sure which way it is revolving, address or call 407-647-3055. "Upcoming Events" button. Music directly accesses the emotional part of the brain. Music is a language that hearts and souls can speak. The holidays are a time when individual want to get into an emotional and spiritual frame of mlnd and these songs unlock some- thing inside. For seniors in long term care, hearing tunes from the -1930's as well as Yiddish and Jewish music brings back fabulous memories of their youth. They love the music because they love the memo- ries. The songs remind them of family, childhood, a time when it was safe to be vulner- able and safe to believe. After years of dealing with illness and loss, the music allows residents to let down their guard. Music softens them so they can come into the warmth of family and friends. Whether it be at a week!y happy hour, a monthly mu- " sical afternoon or a holiday celebration, the Jewish Pavilion often provides the opportunity for the seniors to experience such pleasure. The four program directors work diligently to make sure that many residents are fortunate to receive the services the Jewish Pavilion providesl "Everyone seems to benefit from the wonderful programs that we so enjoy planning. There is no bet- ter feeling than witnessing an elderly that usually is quite incoherent, start to clap hands and mouth the words to a familiar song," stated Julie Levitt, one of the program directors. Stewart Bloom recently entertained with folk songs at a facility and commented "I couldn't believe I engaged this audi- ence with my songs. My performance was heart-felt and I think our seniors knew." The JCC 39ers' choral group The Honorable Menschen delighted the residents at Horizon Bay on March 10 The Jewish Pavilion is always looking for more local talent If you, or anyone you know, would" like to perform, please call 407-678-9363 The cast of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' in rehearsal at Congrega- tion Ohev Shalom. The llth annual Youth TheMre production of Con- gregation Ohev .Shalom is "'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." It will be performed at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 14 and 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 17 at Congregation Ohev Shalom. 613 Concourse Parkway S. in Maitland. The show performed by 41 4th-12th graders retells the story of Joseph, portrayed by Yoni Robuck. the favor- ite son of Jacob. portrayed by Alex Andino. being sold into slavery by his jealous brothers Joseph eventually rises to power in the palace of Pharoah. played by Sam Rosenblum. and saves his family from famine. The entire show is per- formed in song from dif- ferent musical genre. Cast members include Narra- tors: Ellis Waliman. Shel- ley Davis Jessie Kast Potiphar. Ben Brent: Mrs Potiphar. Emma Cohen: BuNer, Miriam Scheino blum: Bake '. Rcbvn Kas{: Brothers: Reuben. Sam Char!e: Simeon. Max Da\us: Levi Emily Slavkin: Naph- tali. Brandon Ma .le: Isaa- char. Tori Gruber: Asher. Robert Kaptan: Dan Allie Crasnow: Zebulun. Hannah Schenkel: Gad. Sadie Wald- baum: Judah. Zoe Myers Bochner: Benjamin, Jacob Slavkin: Chorus: Eliana Smith. Bailey Goldberg, Noah Blaher. Parker Of- field. JQrdan Treibitz. David Gerson. Sarah Glasser. Sari Greenstein. Anna Finer. Hannah Bloom. Gilly Shisga, Marni Stein. RBss Bloom Vic Tauber. Emily Botwin. Lily Israel. Frances 1-Ioffen. Jennifer Troell. Amy Troell. Matthew Troell, Admission is $6 adults :(,~,aD~,.< : .] sen;or aduP,-s. Sam's Smoothies wil] be selling refreshments at the Sunday performance start-. ing at 1 p.m. and salad and potato bar dinner will be sold from 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. at the Wednesday performance. The goal of the Youth Theatre productions are to connect COS ~zouth to the synagogue and create a youth community where everyone is an active par- ticipant who feels welcomed and appreciated Cantor Allan Robuck is the musical director and Amy Geboff is the producer. The Youth Theatre production is un- derwritten by a grant from the Hornik Foundation in memory of Joseph and Frieda Ross as well as the generosity of sponsors. For more information go to the website www. oi~evshalom.oro~ or caI1 the synagogue at 407-29g-4650. mmunity .Call on Central Florida's Exclusively Jewish Funeral Home for Details Regarding: Traditional Jewish Funerals Non-Traditional Services Interstate Shipping Pre-Arranged Funerals (Shalom Assurance Plan) Headstone, ' Grave Markers (Cardinal Memorials) 11 640 Lee Rd. Orlando, Florida W.E, "Manny" Adams, LFD Samuel P. (Sammy) Goldstein, Executive Director