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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JUNE 20, 2003 PAGE 3 al Central Florida Hillel had Edward Zissman, Vice-Presi- FIoridaHillel'sJewishCampus an amazing yearthanks to the dent Barry Gold, Vice-Presi- Service Corp fellow for next ongoing support of the board dent Susan Bierman, Trea- year met with community of directors. On May 18 Cen- surer Bert Brown, Secretary members and students. "I am tral Florida Hillel had their Joshua Katz and Immediate really excited about working firstboard meeting hosted by Past-President Nina withtheOrlandocommunity," outgoing president NinaOppenheim. saidRifkin,"everyonehasbeen Oppenheim. The boardalso includes Judy really welcoming and I already Central Florida Hillel wel- Alberston, Jay Feldman, Leah feel a part of the CFH family." omed in the new board of Friedman, Diane Ginsburg, Formoreinformationabout directors for the 2003-2004 JeffGolub, Tara Gordon, Ben the great work of Central year. Sack, Bill Sholk, Laurence Florida Hillel, contact their Executivecommitteemem- Morell, CeciliaRosenbergand staff at 407-362-3317, bers installed were President Ronnie Wein. or visit Marc Katzen, Vice-President Lauren Rifkin, Central new Incoming Central Florida HilM Board of Directors for 2003 - 2004: (back row) President MARC KATZEN, Vice President BARRY GOLD, Vice President El) ZISSMAN; (front row) Immediate Past President NINA OPPENHEIM, Vice President SUSAN BIERMAN. The board of directors of the Jewish Community Cen- ter of Greater Orlando an- nounces the appointment of Al Krulick as its new Theatre/ Cultural Arts director. Krulick has an extensive background that includes working for Disney, teaching drama at Winter Springs High School, freelance acting and directing, and even running for Congress in 1996 and 1998. According to JCC President Stuart Peisner, "His talents and expertise will really en- hance the various cultural pro- grams and theater productions offered at the Center." "It's great to be back in the JCC family," says Krulick, who previously directed several productions for the J's Center Players in the 1990's. "I look forward to developing new and exciting programs at the J". MAKE YOUR NEXT EVENT CROWN E PLAZA" EXTRAORDINARY .o, Ls soRrs ATTHE THE PLACE TO MEET. CROWN PLAZA AIRPORT AI, KRULICK Currently, he is working with the more than 30 chil- dren participating in the two JCC Performing Arts Camps. In addition, Krulick will over- see the Children's Enrichment Academy and help coordinate the Adventure in the Arts Fam- ily Cultural Series. His specialty is theater and he will play a key role in di- recting and overseeing stage productions for the youth, teens, and seniors. Krulick is replacing Mark Mannette who is relocating with his family to Virginia, where he will be working on his Master of Fine Arts Degree at Mary Baldwin University. Located in Maitland, the JCC has been providing nearly 30 years of outstanding pro- grams and activities for nurs- ery school aged children to senior adults. The JCC is a member agency of the Heart of Florida United Way and the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando. Membership is open to the Jewish and non-Jewish community. Bar Call: & Bat Mitzvahs Weddings, Anniversaries, Rehearsal Dinners Reunions, Award Dinners Holiday Parties Birthdays Corporate Functions, Banquets & Meetings Personalized Service, Stylish and affordable accommodations, Gracious hospitality We are 1 mile from Orlando Int'! Airport 24 hour complimentary airport transportation Our professional meeting planners are dedicated to create a "successful event" 407-856-0100 and ask for Sandy or Jane, Catering Department Mazel Tov, L'Chaim By Matthew Gutman TEL AVIV (JTA)--"This is the real war," said Itai Zar, the founder and spiritual leader of Gilad's Farm, a settlement Outpost just over the hill from Nablus in the West Bank. It was 4 a.m. last Tuesday. An orange half moon-had dropped behind the Tel Aviv skyline to the west and a dense fog blanketed the hill. The flesh on Zar's cherubic face sagged. It was partly from defeat 10 outposts had been dismantled by Israeli soldiers ~unday, and five more were slated to be torn down and Partly from a keen sense of betrayal that weighed on the photo by Brian Hendler/JTA The shadows of photographers are seen next to destroyed caravans at the Newe Erez outpost near Ramallah, Monday, June 9, 2003. Israeli forces started removing uninhabited outposts in the West Bank as part Qf the 'road reap'agreement. Young leader. Referring to Prime Minis- t~ " r Ariel Sharon s deosmn to populated outposts and one begin the immediate evacua- abandoned one. tion of 94 settlement outposts, Some zealous youths hitch- ~ost of them unpopulated, Zar Pledged that settlers would POur all their resources into Preventing"this betrayal of the land." "Unfortunately,' one of Zar's cohorts said, Sharon "is ~ore afraid of President Bush ~an of God Almighty, and that Is a problem." The man was ~l~eaking in the cramped tent that serves as the Zar family home. Outside, dozens of ~Oung men, some swaddled in Jewish prayer shawls against the cold, had decamped. They PUlled out their guitars, sleep- Ing bags and prayer books and l~repared to "guard the com- ~unity." Gilad's Farm, named after Zar's brother Gilad, who thwart the evacuation, the army from demolishing planned for this week, of four them. The evacuation effort, Was shot dead by Palestinian !errorists in an ambush not far from the outpost two years ~go Sunday, is the nexus of the settlers' feverish campaign to dubbed Operation Naked Hill- top, could last for several days. The evacuations were hailed hiked to the outpost's lonely by Washington, which has de- hilltop. Others drove dented manded that Israel demolish sedans plastered with bumper the outposts under the "road stickersreading"NoArabs, no map" peace plan. But Pales- terror" into the encampment, tinianofficials greeted thestep which was eerily lit by flood- with derision, Ha'aretz re- lights and campfires obscured ported. by fog "This is a theatrical and in- Last Tuesday evening, Su- significant step," said Nabil preme Court justices met to Abu Rudeineh, a top aide to deliberate on the demolition Palestinian Authority Presi- of Gilad's Farm, the Israeli dent YasserArafat. daily Ha'aretz reported. Gilad's Farm - a clump of a The petition presented to half-dozen semi-permanent the court includes documents structures planted on the bald attemptingtoprovethatmem- hilltop- had a carnival feel in bers of the Zar family legally the early hours of last Tuesday own the land and live there morning. An unsuspecting under official authorization, bystander - if there is such a In response, the state claimed thing regarding such a con- that the family does not own troversial issue - might have the land. mistaken it for a hippie youth Across the northern West festival. Bank, hundreds of settlers con- verged on outposts to block See "Settlers" on page 13 You Can Choose Any Assisted Living Facility to Care for Dad, But Lake Mary's Premier Assisted Living and Alzheimer's Community combines spacious accommodations and a truly committed staff to provide central Florida's best choice for seniors. 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