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I American who have joined a creative arts group called will present a Israeli Concert Sun., Apr. at the Rollins Bush Auditorium I in Rollins in Concert," by the JCC Cultural Enrich- and the Jewish lue of Rollins include original and feature arrangements folk, rock, jazz. join with drums, flute, ts percussion and electronic to create an experience. member Steve graduate Union College, musician guitar, mandolin, vibraharp, sings a composer and Promises Repertoire arranger. His music has been recorded and is being performed throughout the country. He spent two years in Israel where he performed his own music on guitar and was a featured drummer in the "Django Jazz Ensemble." Chades Fishman, director of the B'ani B'rith Israel Commission, is a graduate of New York University and has long been associated with the cultural and performing arts as a jazz musician, composer, producer-director and educator. Professional singer, Darleen Kummer plays both piano and guitar. A resident of Israel for two years, she appeared in numerous clubs, on television and in concert. A flutist majoring in music at UCLA. Laura Nestle also plays recorder, piano and guitar. A graduate of Hebrew High School, she has been active in Jewish education as a teacher, youth leader, counselor and performer. A Rabbinical student at the Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles, Scott Sperling has served for many years as a Offers Discount to Newcomers to the percent savings on general area are invited membership and building of a 30-day fund dues. membership The membership cam- Community mittee, consisting of to JCC' Chairman Gene Levine, Dr. vice president, Robert Lieberman, Linda Kaufman, Sunny Mandell and would like Samuel Meitin, together with Idcontact Alan Rock's adult program- associate ming committee, are planning director of the an open house to be held receive, "with no Memorial Day, May 25. The afternoon will include a family attached," a pass that will program featuring live bands, to use the special children's activities tennis courts and sporting events. Members of the community are invited to bring a picnic basket. The "new family" JCC will also hold a barbeque. fee is also For further information, call a limited time. Friedman at 645-5933, or will receive a 45 Levine at 862-7052. Federation New Slate Jewish Feder- Bierman, chairman of lating committee women's cabinet. following slate Three-year board members at last Wednesday nominated include Gary meeting. Baumgarten, Dr. Arnold nominated were Bierman, Ira Monroe, Hy Lake, )res.; Sonia Dr. Robert Lieberman, Joe v.p.; Mel Wittenstein, Sy Israel and i, Community Lester Zimmerman. One-year v.p.; Rita board members include Joe Jewish education Greenspun, Ed Englander, '; and Sheryl Sol Schick and Robert Marks. Recommenda- Recommended as presi- committees dential appointments were Mark Cooper, Carol Goss, Anita Hara, Jim of leadership Shipley, Debbie Israel and Dr. and Susan Roy Hecht. (Continued from Page I) for $80,000. arguments from Richard and Assistant 13irector Marvin . They finally on an alloca- the same for other "%; discussions, reductions. But School's request ended up at Jewish Family asked for $37,500 was whittled to e other "'compro- mises" the totals were refigured for the umteenth time of the day. They came to exactly $337,333. The time was 10:30 p.m. and the tired, figure-weary financial fanciers had cam pleted a job that even King Solomon would have fou nd mind-taxi ng. They went home to await Wednesday meeting before the entire board of directors, with a thread of hope that the major arguments were behind them, but mindful that the Federation's 69-member board had reversed their deliberations at other times. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. April 25, 1980, Page 3 music specialist and residence in Israel, she central Florida in celebration consultant. He has taught, performed on stage and of Israel's Independence Day. lectured and worked with taught drama. In the U.S., she youth as a leader and has performed both on stage Tickets will be available at counselor. He has appeared in and television. She has taught the door at $5 for adults, $4 for clubs in Israel and U.S. and Hebrew, Jewish history, has senior citizens and $3 for has had varied recording led folk dance institutes and is children, ages seven to 12. experience, an accomplished chorea- Pearl Dagan is a drama grapher.    graduate of New York "Kinneret in Concert" will University. During a three-year kick off a week of festivities in Leadership Development Retreat Set The third Annual Retreat of the Florida Region of the UJA Young Leadership Cabinet will be held the weekend of May 2- 4, for participants in Leadership Development programs throughout Florida and Puerto Rico. This year the event will be held at the Dodgertown Con- ference Center in Vero Beach, a resort especially designed for retreats. Featured as Scholar-in- Residence is Dennis Prager, internationally recognized scholar and- author and director of the Brandeis- Bardin Institute in California. The Institute specializes in Jewish experiential programs for raising Jewish conscious- ness. The theme will be "Jewish Futures --It's Time for Self Investment." Keynote speakers will be Morris J. Amitay, Executive Director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), Washington, D.C., and Bobi Klotz. National Chairwoman of the UJA Young Women's Leadership Cabinet. 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