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They moved to Central they volunteer, in addition to Florida 17 years ago and imme- setting an example for the chil- diately became involved with drenofthecommunityandtheir the Jewish community by join- future as Jews. ing the Congregation of Liberal Bob, a pediatric ophthalmolo- Judaism and enrolling their gistpracticinginLongwoodand daughter in its preschool. Bob winter Park, is an avid golfer Goldistheimmediatepastpresi- and skier. The Golds, together dent of CLJ. with their two children, Lisa,18 The community can always andPeter,14,enjoythesesports count on this couple. Bob is a together as a family. They also member of the Maimonides love to travel. Society, and Gail is always a Lisa is following in her par- table captain for the Women's ents' footsteps by being an ac- i~ ~ tive participant in the Orlando B'nai B'rithWaldflowers and co- chairing their annual Sweet- heart Dance. She will be attend- ing her parents' alma mater in the fall. Peter, a lacrosse player, went to the State of Florida Sci- ence Fair last spring and won first place from the Florida En- Dr. Terri Fine will speak to UCF Political Science Pro- articles, bookchaptersandcon- fessor Dr. Terri Fine will speak ference papers. She has served to the Jewish Community as interim director ofthe UCF Center's Couples Club on JudaicStudiesprogramandhas Thursday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. attended sixpresidential nomi- in the JCC Senior Lounge. Her nating conventions as a faculty topic has not been determined associate for the Washington yet, since she prefers to keep Center. Whether she talks her comments very current, about Judaism or politics, Dr. Dr. Fine has taught at UCF for Fine has a reputation for being nearly 15 years and has pub- a personable, dynamic and ex- lished or presented numerous citing speaker. The Israel Genealogical 24th annual International Society has announced the Conference on Jewish Gene- International Association of alogy, which will be held July Jewish Genealogy Societies' 4-9 in Jerusalem. Same Day Service Available I on any On Pumps Filters Heaters I service Weekly Pool Service Equipment Repair I call Automatic Pool Cleaners Pool Supplies I expires 4/23/04 Ge t I 1 1 .- Chlorine nerators Retirement living at Merrill Gardens is full of opportunities for self expression including Anytime Dining, activities, classes, trips and more. 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The International Associa- tion of Jewish Genealogy So- cieties is comprised of chap- ters from all over the world, from Australia to Venezuela and from most states in the United States. Associate members include Jewish mu- seums, institutes, libraries and historical societies. This diversity generates annual conferences that take place in a different venue each year. Once in a decade, Jerusalem is designated the host. Due to the unique resources avail- able in Jerusalem, many at- tendees have expressed the wish that the Conference would take place more fre- quently in Israel. What can genealogists ex- pect this year? Lectures by the world's foremost experts on Jewish communities from around the world; in-depth studies on Jewish onomastics and the origins of Jewish names in different commu- nities; instruction in read- ing Solitreo and other ar- chaic scripts in order to un- lock the secrets of original archival sources; instruction on the historical forces that caused our ancestors to emi- grate and the routes of their migrations throughout dif- ferent periods of Jewish his- tory. Prominent archivists in Israel will illuminate differ- ent aspects of their archives and how to navigate them. Arrangements are being made to facilitate research, with volunteer translators standing by and archives ex- tending their hours during the Conference week. Ex- perts in different aspects of Jewish life from various communities will be present to .answer questions and "deconstruct brick wails" that might have stymied re- search. There will be a group of"how-to" workshops deal- ing with everything from dif- ferent aspects of genealogy, writing and publishing fam- ily histories and newsletters, to creating family and vii- Dr. TERR! FINE lage web pages. Three parallel sessions sented each hour fronat ing to night in and English. The portant lectures will multaneousb the other language. This year also fiftieth foundation of Yad Yad Vashem, the Conference has arranged a morial dedicated tures on how to the vanished newl3 Yad Vashem and consultations for There will be a evening that will include a explanations of the built facilities, a and a moving the Valley of the munities. The Conference place at the Marriott Renaissance with special room between $40 - $48 m a double fast and all service and taxes. El A! is ten percent discount J waiving all a minimum stay. being arranged ing Translators are help attendees in newly-discovered and to hell: phone contact with The program's say, "This is an o of a lifetime with help every step of Archives are hours just for us. We see you this year in leml" For the 2004 Jerusalera go to www. jerusalem2004 internet. RETIFEMENT & ASSISTED LIVING