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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, APRIL 13, 2012 PAGE 11A Last chance to purchase Jews and Jazz tickets Ben Kramer Single Jewish Female Seeks Male Looking for Marriage TJCDate Profile: Yifat613 ABOUT ME: Creative, funny, warm-hearted, religious, and a great cook! Looking to settle down, but not to settle. MY LIFE & AMBITIONS: I'm a graphic designer, sick of doing bar mitzvah invitations, looking to take my career to the next level. ON OUR FIRST DATE, REMIND ME TO TELL YOU THE STORY ABOUT... How a refrigerator light left on over Shabbat led to my losing a roommate. DON'T BOTHER ASKING ME TO... ...Come to your Shabbat dinner if your idea of a fine wine is "the blue bottle." Be sure to purchase tick- ets for the Jews and Jazz Concert on Saturday, April 21 at the Margeson Theatre at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center. The event, which is Michael Andrew being co-presented by the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando and the Jewish Com- munity Center of Greater Or- lando, will spotlight Michael Kramer, Ben Kramer, and the featured entertainer, Michael Andrew. Doors open at 8 p.m. for the 8:30 p.m. concert. Tickets are $25 or $50 for VIP seats, and are available at www.orlandojcc.org. How massage and acupuncture help with stress Are you stressed out trying to meet the IRS deadline? Con- gregation BethAm Sisterhood has just the thing for you. CBA Sisterhood is hold- ing an informative session on the benefits and uses of massage and acupuncture at 10 a.m. Sunday, April 15 in the synagogue's social hall. The discussion will be led by Betsy Batwin, a licensed massage therapist and a CBA Sisterhood member. "Many people think mas- sage is just for a sore muscle," says Batwin,"but massage can help relieve depression, lower blood pressure and influence blood glucose levels." Batwin will be joined by Monica Sinner, an acupunc- turist with a Master of Science in traditional Chinese medi- cine. Sinnet has been a pro- fessor at two universities and a sought-after public speaker on health subjects since 1998. She will relate the many uses and benefits of acupuncture along with other traditional Chinese modalities. Batwin will bring her mas- sage chair and participants will have the opportunity to get a massage. A light com- plimentary breakfast will be provided. For directions, in- formation or to RSVP, contact Cathy Swerdlow at cswerd@ gmail.com or call the syna- gogue office at 407-862-3505. Betsy Batwin