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July 11, 1980

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Plans Pre-Primary Workshop, More ,nning seems to be the in summer months Community Relations mrnittee of Orlando's Federation is doing a [0fit, including preparing for election workshop to be September. conjunction with the Council of Jewish CRC will hold an "=ducat ional election brkshop," tentatively for September 4, to the September 9th any election, according to chairman Atty. Mel "will not be a forum, but a way to and learn about the will appear on the ballot and the stands of different candidates," he said. The CRC also hopes to expand the political forums held in previous years, to include not only the "traditional" debates about Israel by congressmen, but also debates on such issues as separation of church and state by school board members. CRC is now in the process of meeting with school board personnel to minimize future problems of test scheduling at times when Jewish students miss school for religious holidays. Jewish-Christian interaction will be emphasized this year, not only between institutions in the Jewish and non-Jewish community, but, "we want to do more," Pearlman said, "maybe sponsor athletic events between Jewish and non-Jewish groups." Also on the CRC's list of priorities is "education of our own community as far as the plight of Jews in other countries all over the world," according to Pearlman. He said he "'hopes to get more Jews in the community involved in CRC. Pearlman will personally speak to different groups, "reaching out" for their help. "A lot of people complain that the community reaches out to them only during the (CJA) campaign, but this is not true," he said, "CRC is now reaching out. We need them as Jews, as people, to work on our programs." to Kick Off Drive Orlando's Jewish Community Center will kick-off its drive Sat., July 19, with a covered dish and swim all JCC members, prospective new members and to the area. than 20 couples have already signed up to attend the ling, chaired by Dr. Robert and Ann Lieberman, which will 8 p.m. at the Center. Each couple will bring a different nominal fee of $2 will be charged to cover cost of paper goods and other essentials. To RSVP, call the at 647-7422. with this event, the Center will offer a special uctory family fee for Center membership. Anyone jbining July 18-31 will receive a year's membership 30, .50 percent less than the normal yearly membership introductory membership offer also includes the weeks in July and the month of August at no charge. $180 for ] 3'/2 months membership, which must be paid before July 3 ] when the offer ends, includes building fund for the year. fu'rther information about the special introductory offer, Marvin Friedman, executive director of the JCC, at Board to Consider School Programs of grade plus seven months. Day School has :rnrnended that the board of directors new programs a half-day kinder- (in addition to the an after-school "supple- executive committee's for a half- program, will by the board at July 16. kindergarten program include both general Hebrew and Judaica ies. It was reported that Year's kindergarten general in April, they performed equivalent to first Nearly all children in last year's kindergarten program have re-enrolled in the school's first grade, beginning next fall. The executive committee agrees that the HDS should offer a half-day program as a sign of the school's "flexibility and innovativeness." The after-school program, designed primarily for working mothers, would be held Monday Thursdays from 3"30-5:30 p.m. It would feature supervised homework study time, remedial and tutorial programs, games and leisure activities, physical education and snack. Parents would be able to sign their children up for this program on a weekly or daily basis. All Questions Answered! ,Oming soon to HERITAGE, a new eature that will answer any questions n any subject -- personal problems, history, religion, people, places, ou ask it, we'll answer. names will not be used, but all must show the writer's name address. Anonymous letters will not Used. end your questions to ANSWERS, P.O. ox 742, Fern Park, FL 32780. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, July 11, 1980, Page ; A KIBBUTZright here in Orlando ?Actually it's a model of an Israeli Klbbutzcreated by Campers at the JCC as part of their Tour of Israel' prqjecL Temple Israel Schedules Coffee For Prospective New Members Pitseleh Syria. Libya, Saudi Arabia and Iraq are Temple Israel will hold a and congregational leaders responsibilities will be given. reported to be negotiating "newcomers coffee" for and staff will bethere to meet All members of th for the purchase of billions prospective members and those who attend. A short community, old and new, ar ofdollarsworthofbigarms, their families on Sun.,July 13, presentation about the invited. For further inform including the nuclear kind. at 11 a.m. at the synagogue, synagogue's programs, tion, call 647-3055, c from West Germany. Rabbi Chaim Z. Rozwaski facilities and membership 830-9037. 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