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Page 6. HERITAGE. Florida JewishNew__ s _. MaY 30. )_98.0 O].XllDO, 1973--IO, RCXA KETEIN NA,tED TO Ommmuv ,/' KMSII FEDERATION BOARD OY DIRECtOrS AS OT " JAN.30, 1974'-KERSlIN SECONDS NOTION TO INCREASE BUDGIZE ALLOCATION OF *DINENSION '74' FROM $500 TO American Express Travel Service for all your travel needs Tours & Cruises Air tickets Business travel American Express Travelers Cheques Extended payment plans for American Express cardmembers Longwood Travel Agencl I ,,mR (" 1%illa' NlJ*plfing ( nlr. l-4& 11).434 (305) 339-6727 Deltona Travel Agency 27 I)t'lton;* PJa/a I)cllol|a (305) 668-4418 ORLANDO, 1975--KERSTEIN ELECTED FEDERATION VICE C PRESIDENT, TO HEAD COIIUNITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE. OCT 13, 1975--KERSTEIR REQUESTS FUND FOR 'SHALOM / , wAGON' (CODE 356) AND WOMEN'S PLEA FOR HUMAN  [ " " " J i SURVEY PROJECT IS DEFEATED. 'j ,-, SEPT 9, 1976--KERSTEIR MOTION TO CONTACT PAUL r J rESER (CODE 753) RE EXEC DIR POSITION. I ..- .Ju, % ZYlB--KERSTEIN ELECTED -0-o ..... - _" I " JEWISH FEDERATION. ounz OF ORLANIX) 1 ""--"''""''"'''""'"" .... "* After Two-year Term , eCOOKIEJAR , Mar-r-ci-a-Kerstein Steps Down as i i I  . I I " '*... and 5o much more?" I l ! Orlando's Federation President | BUY ONE BREAD REGULAR PRICE GET 2nd ONE FOR 69c one pel coupon I I Marcia Kerstein will step grants is a "'good move" on Holocaust was initiated under * By-law change . down after serving two years of the community's part. her administration, along with i | LONG WOOD SHOPPING CENTER what she calls an "irreplace- 434 ..l'-n S.R. 5330 I able and invaluable experi- I_'just Of/l-4 ..,..=1 ence" as president of ,,m,--n,--,,N,i,m,,Hwi--mm,m,,,,,,o,w--me ....... Orlando's ,leash Federation II officeat its annual meeting thiSsunday.Ker! : ll00.J |I theCreatea Kerstein said she entered office with determination to "sense of family" in community, something she hopes she has accom- plished, stressing "1 wanted to involve a lot more people to cohesive Jewish community." Leaving behind what she called "good organized leader- ship to continue developing continuity and strength in Orlando," Kerstein said there is much to look forward to in the growing Orlando area. The community now has a "more defined" planning and budget process, according to Kerstein, one that will help to meet the growing needs in the area. She also mentioned that securing funds from sources outside the Jewish com- munity such as government !i i: / / ] / / Suggesting that there is a need to broaden the base of the annual CJA campaign, Kerstein said that although its "super at the top end, most of the few large givers are in construction. What happens if one year they don't do so well." Kerstein was instrumental in forming the first state-wide federation conference, something that she feels will be important to "collectively" meet the needs of the growing community in Florida, projected to be the largest Jewish populated state within 20 years. One priority on Kerstein's list was Jewish education. "We have been critical of ourselves and now we know we have to do a better job." she said. 'T'low [ feel we are more sophisticated in this area and are on our way to better Jewish education, working with the synagogues." She mentioned that she is glad that planning for a When your child is happy at school, you know you've made the right choice. a serious attempt to confront the energy problem. Also while president, 23 Soviet Jews were brought to Orlando for resettlement, and an additional 11 will arrive this summer, something she feels "very comfortable about." Other major items that happened under Kerstein's presidency include: three-year contract for Paul Jeser accepted. Sonia Mandel appointed as 1979 campaign Women's Division chairman and 1980 campaign general chairman. ComBanks purchased $250,000 bond. AI Gamson appointed executive director of Jewish Family Service. blew gifts-in-kind policy approved to protect Federation allocation process from entering large pledge figures into campaign. Community Endowment Fund approved. Campaign goes from $715,000 to $865,000 to $ I. 150,000. Kinneret II opened and fully rented. Second Federation profes- sional approved. Project Renewal campaign goal of $1,000,000 for a five- year repayment period approved. executive vice earmarked to president. More than munity members ! Federation musical ing Theodore Herschel Bernardi. First peace time C raises more dollars. Multiple Appeal' accepted. $1,000 donated Committee Cambodian Chcvra Kadish Federation as sentative. Funds all ment of teachers for School. 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