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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MAY 22, 2009 PAGE 11A Families had a "wild" time Families also were able to May5inShayna'sVillageatthe catch and paint butterflies, Jewish Community Center of design and eat edible jungle Greater Orlando in Maitland, fare, feed pretend berries to an where they got to participate 8-footsnake, andevengoonan in an evening of interactive animal safari in the playscape jungle activities. Among the garden. Later in the week, the activities there was a concert Pre-K class at Hungerford with music specialist Mr. Avi. Elementary had a chance to come to Shayna's Village and enjoy the "Rumble in the Jungle," too. For more infor- mation about Mommy and Me, Enrichment, and Family classes offered in Shayna's Vil- lage, contact Karen Duncan at karend@orlandojcc.org or 407-645-0923. Max Anders and his mommy, Rebecca, make masks. Issue An Annual Issue Published By HERITAGE Florida Jewish News and Featuring a Variety of Thought-Provoking Articles on Health and Fitness Related Subjects Publication Date: June 26, Reaching a Responsive, Health-Conscious Market 2009 Deadline for this Important Issue is Wednesday, June 17, 2009 CALL TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE Lena Mortimer (1), Erie Tanner and Alex Dwyer are catching and painh'ng butterflies. Karisma Kohn and her uncle, Bobby, participate in a safari animal hunt. The Pre-K class at Hungerford Elementary in Eatanville sing animal songs and listen to animal stories.