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PAGE 8 ngagernent Lauren Debra Augarten and Joshua Lee Edelstein Lauren Debra Augarten of Atlanta, Ga. daughter of Sandy and Barry Augarten of Coral Springs, Fla. and Joshua Lee Edelstein of Atlanta, Ga. son of Annette and Howard Edelstein of Longwood, Fla announce their engagement. The bride-elect is a graduate of the University of Florida and is currently working at West Wayhe Adver- tising Agency in Atlanta as a media planner. Her fianc is also a graduate of the University of Florida with a Master's Degree in Accounting and is currently a CPA working for a national public account- ing firm in Atlanta. A July 31, 2004 wedding is planned. HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JUNE 20, 20031I no.nce en! 12d Announcements % II. Sheri Joy Klebanow and Michael Scott Berren Sheri Joy Klebanow and Michael Scott Berren were married Sunday, May 18, 2003 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Fla. The bride is the daughter of Martin Klebanow of Davie, Fla. The groom is the son of Gerald Berren of Delray Beach, Fla. and Arlene Stake of Orange City, Fla. Following a wedding trip zruise to the Eastern Carib- bean the couple will live in Lake Mary. JC- oo[sie 7 ose /asser Doris and Robert Glasser of Winter Park are kvelling over the birth of their granddaughter, Bootsie Rose Giasser, on December 4, 2002. Bootsie is the daughter of Adele and Gary Glasser of Atlanta, Ga. She is also the granddaughter of Jerry Siegel of Atlanta. She was given the Hebrew name "Rivka Leah" in memory of her grandmother Bootsie Siegel, and was also named for her great-grandmother Rose Siegel. Bootsie has two older brothers, Gus (4 1/2) and Abe (3). The SOJC Players, South- Making things even moreThe crew included Alana west Orlando Jewish Congre- complicated is the fact that Fischer, Josh Fischer and gation-TempleOhaleiRivka's the presidents of the syna- Jenna Schwak, with Allie theater youth group, pre- gogues (played by BeckyFishman also serving as as- sented Daniel M. Wolpe's Ramsay and Geoffrey Ward) sistant director. Separate Temples on June 8 cannot get along, even dur- Wolpe was a professional and 9. The play, a'two-actcom- ing their attempts to resolve playwright before embarking edy, is about a married couple the situation. Additionally, on his rabbinical career, and (played by Justin Fischer and the cantor of one of the syna- has written 15 plays. He has AllieFishman),bothofwhom gogues (played by Jaclyn had shows produced in New are rabbis. Their two syna- Perelgut) is demanding a York, Boston, LA, Philadel- goguestrytomerge, butthere raise in the middle of every- phiaandJerusalem.However, is a snag - each synagogue thing else that is going on. he did not expect to be doing refuses to accept the other Rounding out the cast are one of his own shows this rabbi. As the couple tries to SamanthaHynesasRamsay'syear."Lastyear, wehadavery hide this from each other, daughter ReneeandRebekah difficult time because I had misunderstandingsandcom- Lee as Rita Keller, a chosen a play that the kids did plications ensue, congregant of Fishman's. not enjoy," he explains, "To make up for this, I promised [ them that we d do a comedy | this year. When not enougll ] students auditioned for tl e ] play I had intended to direct, [ I realized that I was going to i have to write the play this [ year." 1 This was the fifth produ " I tion of the SOJC Players, pr. ] viousproductionsinclude0 i Trip Through Israel, Abra" [ sions on the Animal, A] ! Evening Of One Acts, a ] Lillian Hellman's Watch Or ] The Rhine. For more infor" marion about SOJC, plea. call 407-239-5444. Shown here (l - r): Back row: BECKY RAMSAY, JUSTIN FISCHER, ALLIE FISHMAN, GEOFFREY WARD. Middle row: SAMANTHA HYNES, REBEKAH LEE, JACLYN PERELGUT. Front row: ALANA FISCHER, and JOSH FISCHER, JENNA SCHWAK. J f(ax a o io[ /e in Max David Stein, son of Jeff and Ellen L. Stein of Winter Springs, will be called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on Saturday June 28 at Congregation Ohev Shalom. Max is in the seventh grade at Sanford Middle School. He is in the Sci- ence Club, Rocket Club, and Principal's List for maintaining all "As" the entire year. His interests include karate, golf, roller blading and computers. He is also a member of Kadima, United States Achievement Academy and had a poem published in a Celebration of Young Poets collection. Sharing in the family's simcha are his grandmother Caroline Stein; Aunt Ellen Stein; cousin, Jason Stein; Uncle Kenneth Moldoff, Aunt Darlene Moldoffand cousin, Kendra Moldoff. Ron "Reuven" Silverman played after dinner for fam- of Temple Israel brought ily, friends and others who music, song, story, are close to him. He is always schmoozing and hum along there with a folk song or a to residents of The Jewish parody. His love of Jewish Pavilion on Sunday, June 8. music is paramount in his While dark clouds gathered life. outside, there was nothing Silverman talked about but happiness on the faces each song before and after of everyone in attendance at playing them to remind the this very special entertain- residents of the place in Jew- ment event, ish history from where the Silverman has played the songs had come. The mean- guitar, banjoand pianosince ing of the songs helped de- he was five years old. fine Jewish life and were as Throughout the years he has delightful as the songs them- selves. Everyone joined in rainy Sunday afternoon, and clapped as he took them answered, "Because no one back and forth through Jew- should ever pass up ish life. to bring happiness to "One of the highest forms ers." of spiritual expression is the The Jewish Pavilion is song without words," preferred provider of JewisP Silverman told the audience, nursinghomeservicesbyTIle "These are known as JewishFederationofGreate( niggunim." He invited the Orlando and by Friends 0f residents to hum along with the Jewish Pavilion of Ce " the niggunim and be part of tral Florida. If you would li e, the experience. When asked to volunteer, please conta]' why he so generously gave Arlene Van De Rijn at his time to bring sunshine to 422-6066 or Linda Kauf a The Jewish Pavilion on this at 407-648-9363. Women of all generations in Winter Park. The program Women's Forum Rosh areinvitedtoparticipateinJew- will then be repeated on the Chodesh program are greatly ish Family Services commu- following Monday, June 30 at 2 appreciated and can be mailed nity wide Rosh Chodesh cel- pm at Kinneret Apartments. to the JFS Marcia Witten Me- ebration of the month of Please join us for this spiri- moriai Fund at the above ad- Tammuz. This Festival of the tual and learning experience, dress. For more information New Moon will take place on Reservations are not necessary, and a complete schedule of Thursday evening, June 26, you don't have to know He- RoshChodeshmeetingsforthe promptly at 7 p.m. at Jewish brew, and there is no charge to Year 5763, please call Marlene Family Services, The George attend. Farber at Jewish Family Ser- Wolly Center, 2100 Lee Road DonationstosupporttheJFS vices, 407-644-7593, ext. 227. celebration