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PAGE 10A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JUNE 8, 2012 Great Jewish achievers at CRJ Andrew and Arielle Amayo show their works that were influenced by Chagall and Krasner. Fifth graders Maddy Ward and Gabriella Chepenik dressed up as Einstein. Kindergartners Jonah Disch, Avi Selsky and Ella Mendelsohn perform as Joseph and Third graders Hayden Lehr (1), Sari Greenstein and Andrew Goldman perform in the his brothers. Ziegfeld Follies. Second graders Layla and Levi Kaplan share their Pissarro-style works of Kate Hartman shares her Judy Chicago and Agam works of art with Morah Judith Lazev. Tracy Friend (age 41) has lost 18% body fat, 33 lbs. and a total of 24.75 inches! Who Else Wants to Lose AT LEAST 18% Body Fat and Be in the Best Shape of Their Life with only 20-minutes, 2-3x a week? If you would like to take charge and make the first step towards changing your fitness future call Elite Strength and Fitness and mention you saw this ad in Altamonte City Magazine our promise to you is that our system will get you the results you want. GUARANTEED. w  w m m m m m ! CALL NOW i ! and get ! I TWO FREE w ! PersonaITraining ! I Sessions! | | A $120Value | 407-740-7750 1312 Palmetto Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789 What do Joseph and his coat of many colors, Ziegfeld, Einstein, and artist Marc Cha- gall have in common? Along with many other great Jew- ish achievers, both modern and biblical, students at The Steinmetz Family School of Chai at Congregation of Re- form Judaism answered that question by demonstrating the influence of the Jewish people on society. The last day of the school year was filled with class performances and CRJ's first art exhibit. Each of the classes this year studied Jewish he- roes in many areas. "Teaching our students the tremendous contributions in every realm of society--from sports to medicine--that Jews have made built a sense of pride and an understanding of what is possible for each of us," said director of education Sheryl Sa- charoff."The importance of be- ing able to see deeper meaning and vision in the tremendous talents of fellow Jews allows all of us to be inspired to use our God-given talents to make the world the best place possible." Students studied Jewish artists throughout the year with art specialist Judith Lazev and discovered their own artistic abilities as they created spectacular works in the styles of various Jew- ish artists. "One of the best stories that came out of the year's lessons," Lazev said, "was a student who told of her recent visit to a museum in Washington, D.C., where she saw the original works of artist Louise Nevelson." Upon seeing the creations, the fourth grader shared her knowledge of the artist's life with her grandmother and the fact that she created her own Nevelson sculptor in art class. For more information on The Steinmetz Family School of ChaL contact SherylSacha- roff at 407- 645- 0444 or email