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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JUNE 27, 2014 PAGE 3A Nathan Axel and Joy Forman, co-founder's of Temple L'Chayim, carry the Torah together at one point. Sheryl Kolessar carrying the Torah. The oldest member of the congregation, Millie Altholz (in the center with the walker), who is 99 years old, insisted on walking with the group as everyone ushered the Torah to its new home. Temple L'Chayim Syna- gogue is now settled in its per- manent home in Clermont. They had a Torah Walk on Friday evening, May 23, and even their oldest member, Millie Altholz, 99, joined in the walk. Altholz will be 100 years old on Jan. 14, 2015. The congregants wanted her to sit at the synagogue during the walk, however, She felt the honor was too great not to walk and so she walked. Altholz is actively involved in synagogue life as the syna- gogue's telephofie chairman and does a magnificent job, according to Jay Forman, executive director of Temple L'Chayim. "Her memory is better than most people's memory," he commented. "It was so exciting for all the people that were there. We are growing very fast in Central Florida," said one of the congregants. Temple L'Chayim is in the planning stages foI Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services and now is the time to make reservations for these services. RSVP by July 15th to the email address templeA.chayim@cfl.rr.com. I Residents of Chambrel at Island Lake Nursing and Rehab with Kim Schiller. When the L'Oreal (May- belline) president, Frederic Roze, encouraged all per- sonnel to dedicate Friday, June 13, to volunteering in their local community, Kim Schiller immediately contacted Jewish Pavilion to offer her time and en- thusiasm. Schiller is passionate about volunteering and giv- ing back to her community but her long hours at work, and family obligations; often . prevent her from such an opportunity. June 13 was dedicated to volunteering Residents of Village on the Green with Kim Schiller. for her. She shared Shabbat with many seniors living in nursing and assisted living facilities in Longwood. With a smile from ear to ear, Schiller donated' various cosmetics for the ladies to enjoy. As she advised the women on the best shade -of lipstick, they graciously accepted a new lipstick or cosmetic of their choice. Volunteers are always welcome to Jewish Pavilion programs. See a listing of events at jewishpavilion.org or call Susan at 407-678- 9363 for more information. Lauren Brown with loyal customer, Congressman John Mica. Brown's New-York Deli in Maitland is celebrating its one-year anniversary for the entire week of June 30 through July 6. Kosher reubens (the most popular item on the menu) will be half price all week. There will be free mini potato knishes for all who walk through the door and daily drawings for free meals. According to owner, Lau- ren Brown, "The first year of a restaurant is the most challenging. We have been very pleased with the reviews and responses to our product and service." On July 1, 2013, Brown's Deli brought authen: tic New York delicatessen fare and full service Kosher dining back to Central Florida when they opened their 60-seat restaurant with additional seating outside, in an atmo- sphere reminiscent of historic delicatessens of New York City (and a smaller scale reflec- tion of Ronnie's Restaurant), diners are welcomed with freshly prepared coleslaw and crunchy green half sour pickles on every table. The restaurant features house specialties of old-world brisket and traditional stuffed cabbage along with many other homemade delicacies... and of course, the mile-high overstuffed deli sandwich. After months of crafting, they are now producing their own house-cured corned beef, pas- trami and tongue. Matthew Kopkin,'s0n of the owner, explains "The curing and brining process takes weeks, but it gives us control over our unique flavor profile and the sometimes unreliable Kosher meat supply line." The community can expect to see repeat special events in the second year of operation such as private sittings in the restaurants large sukkah dur- ing the festival of Sukkot and the availability of bookings for private seders during Pesach. groups,' Doorstep Delivery Coming soon to the entrance Service, gift cards, business, aroundthe cornerwillbesales condolence, and social cater- of Glatt Kosher prepackaged ing. Open daily from 10 a.m. meats and other prepared to 9 p.m. For more informa- Kosher foods at competitive tion about Brown's Deli, visit pricing, www.brownsnydeli.com, call Brown's Deli offers online 407-690-6999,oremailinfo@ ordering for individuals and brownsnydeli.com. Every day treat you're outside, you're exposed to dangerous, but invisible, ultraviolet (UV) sunlight. Left unprotected, prolonged exposure to UV radiation can seriously damage the eye leading to cataracts skin cancer around the eyelid and other eye disorders. Protecting your eyes is important to maintaining eye health now and in the future Shield your eyes (and your family's eyes) from harmful UV rays. Wear sunglasses with maximum UV protection. I THEVISIONCOUNCIL