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PAGE 6A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JULY 12, 2013 I By Pamela Ruben Jewish Pavilion MORNING AND EVENING MINYANS (Call synagogue to confirm time.) Chabad of South Orlando Monday and Thursday, 8 a.m. 407-354-3660. Congregation Ahavas Yisrael Monday - Friday, 7 a.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m., 407-644-2500. Congregation Chabad Lubavitch of Greater Daytona Monday, 8 a.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m.. 904- 672-9300. Congregation Ohev Shalom--Sunday. 9 a.m.. 407-298-4650. GOBOR Community Minyan at Jewish Academy of Orlando Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Temple Israel Sunday, 9 a.m., 407-647-3055. FRIDAY, JULY 12 Ahavas Yisrael--Kabbalat. 30 minutes before sundown. Share the Care---A respite care group meets in the senior lounge of the Jewish Community Center Maitland campus Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include sharing Shabbat with JCC preschoolers in the morning and a program with Jewish content provided by the Jewish Pavilion in the afternoon. Info: Mary Ellen Grant. executive director of Share the Care, at 407-423-5311 or email her at megrant@helpforcaregivers.org. MONDAY, JULY 15 Congregation Ohev Shalom--The second of a three-part Mondays at 1:00 series entitled "The Straight Dope on Israel. Part II: Territories, Occupation,and Sovereignty." The Ohev Shalom adult education program, led by Rabbi David Kay, is open to the public at no charge. Info: Susan Sparrow at ClergyAsst@OhevShalom.org or 407-298-4650. or visit the Ohev Shalom website at www.OhevShalom.org. Israeli Folk Dancing--7-7:30 p.m. beginners, 7:30-8:15 p.m. instruction. 8:15-10 p.m. re- quests. Cost: Free for JCC members, $5 nonmembers. Info: 407-645-5933. FRIDAY, JULY 19 A~havas Yisrael Kabbalat, 30 minutes before sundown. Share the Care--A respite, care group meets in the senior lounge ofthe Jewish Community Center Maitland campus Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include sharing Shabbat with JCC preschoolers in the morning and a program with Jewish content provided by the Jewish Pavilion in the afternoon. Info: Mary Ellen Grant, executive director of Share the Care. at 407-423-5311 or email her at megrant@helpforcaregivers.org. What are you missing out on?... Subscribe today! I Ill I I I Illl I I I IllII I I I IlllI I I I I I I I I llll II iil i i I YES! I want to be informed. Start my subscription at once. ] Please: enter [21 extend my subscription for: | 1 year at $37..95 52 issues | 2 years at $69.95 104 issues | l year out-of-state at $46.95 or 2 years out-of-state at $87.95 I MAIL SUBSCRIPTION TO: ] Name- | | Address I I I I I I I I I | City/State/Zip I Phone | xpiration date . I I I I I | Fill out coupon and mail, | with check or credit card information to: | HERITAGE Florida Jewish News | P.O. Box 300742 . I Fern Park, FL 32730 | (407) 834-8787 II lll l l l Ill I l I If different from above, fill in your: I Name I Address I City/State/Zip I I Phone I II I I I I I I IlI IIII I I III II III On a Friday afternoon in late June, 25 seniors walk, amble and/or glide into the familiar surroundings of the common room at Chambrel Assisted Living Facility in Longwood. For the next 45 minutes this gathering place will serve as "Congregation Chambrel," where aweekly Shabbat service hosted by the Jewish Pavilion provides Jewish seniors with a sense of community, as well as a place for prayer~ Although the average Pavilion "congre- gant" is well over 85 years old. Chambrel seniors are active and vital members of the Jewish community. Meet Berny Raft, Chambrel resident and Jewish Pavilion senior. Although Berny is re- covering from a series of recent surgeries, his commitment to the Jewish dommunity is in robust health. At 86, Berny is a regular at Pavilion services and is current president of Congre- gation Ohev Shalom's senior group. Berny shares that as a young man he attended, not one, but two Yeshivas in the New York/New Jersey area. Today, I~erny still pulls a double shift, attending a Friday Pavilion Shabbat service, and a Saturday one at Ohev. "My late wife. Eleanor. was at Regent's Park with just one or two Jewish seniors." says Bernie, "and it was not easy to fill up a service. Chambrel has a Jewish population of about 40 percent. A weekly service is something the residents want." Chambrel resident and for- mer Sunday school teacher, HelenTishman, attendedweek- ly Shabbat services, as well as religious school for more years than she can count. In fact, Tishman, a dedicated Jewish educator, was the first certified religious school teacher in the state of Florida in the 1950s. When Helen began to have difficultywalking, she was con- cerned that a lifetime of Jewish continui~ would be disrupted. "Unfortunately, because of this (an electric scooter) it is diffi- cult to attend services outside of Chambrel," says Helen. "Thanks to the Pavilion I can still attend weekly services and partake in Jewish learning." At 92, Helen doesn't just attend services. Tishman is the Pavilion's most senior vol- unteer. Avoid Helen's path. as Hudson Cosgrove-Naftel, left, Ruth Naftel and Sylvia Lightner celebrate Shabbat together. Steve Newman, a volunteer service leader for the Jewish Pavilion, assists Susan Shames in lighting Shabbat candles. she zips around in her electric sisterhood in Pembroke Pines. scooter, passing out plates of On this Shabbat afternoon she challah and prayer booklets, is joined by granddaughter ShearrivesearlytoassistEmily Hudson Cosgrove-Naftel, a Newman, a Pavilion program student at Greenwood Lakes director, in any area that needs Elementary in Longwood. attention. Helen continues Ruth remarks, "The Pavilion's to be a great supporterof all Shabbat service is something things Jewish, and was chosen to look forward to during the fodeliverintmductoryremarks week. Hudson enjoys it, and it at the Pavilion's annual gala is an activity I can partake in in April, serving as their elder- with my granddaughter." stateswoman. "Thoughwe hold more than SylviaLeitnerandRuthNaf- 40 Shabbat serwces every telare Chambrel residents and month at a variety of ALFs Pavilion seniors, both hailing (assisted living facilities), our from South Florida. In addi- service at Chambrel is always tion. both women were active a special one because of senior in their respective synagogues participation, says Nancy prior to retirement. Sylvia Ludin. Pavilion executive di- notes that she enjoyed her rector. "Just this week alone responsibilities as bookkeeper Sue Shames led the prayer atTempleBethShalominBoca over the Shabbat candles and Raton:SylviasaysthatPavilion Lou Dion singing (with his Shabbatservicesbringafeeling son. Ron, at his side) lent of home and stir up memories harmony to our prayers. Call of life in Boca. our office at 407=678-9363 to Ruth served as program attend a service and meet our chairwoman of her synagogue wonderful seniors." Across 1. Mai ___ ~bar drinks) 5. Speak "lashon hara" about 8. It's sometimes kissed at Ben Gurion 14. Lickety-split 16. Triangular lodge 17. Like the Jews in Egypt 18. Uzi alternative 19. Leviticus Torah portion; literally "say" 20. Police-~lert abbr. 21. Bag checker's org. 22: Lew works for him .25. Cyprus, e.g. 27. Celestial item around which the Jewish calendar is based 28. Early German-Jewish historian 31. "M*A*S*H" roles 32. J.F.K. overseer 33. Actor Arnold 34. Herman Wouk novel made into a popular TV mini-series '40. Kibbutz implement 41. Middle act of "The Jew of Malta" 42. "And God ___ every thing that he had made" (Gen. 1:31) 44. He released the Pentagon Papers 49. Brooklyn ball club 50. Beginning of culture? 51. Spielberg's E.T., e.g. 52. "Ti " ("I love you," in Italian) 53. Guns grp. 54. A type of package 56. Flip a switch up 58. Wooed 62. Get ___ (be rewarded at work) 63. Jews, to anti-Semitic non- Jews 64. Singer-songwriter Tom 65. Final 66. JNF medium Down 1. 1969 Streisand Oscar result 2. Advice columnist Landers 3. Connections that. help you get ahead 4. Like Kol Nidre services 5. DVR brand 6. National Council of Jewish Women co-founder Sadie 7. "The Tent" 8. American journalist Jake 9. Tell ___ (prevaricate) 10. Monopoly buys: abbr. 11. Double parsha 12. "A Tale of Love and Darkness" author, 2003 13. Holocaust poet Paul 15. Daughter of David 20. It's useful in calc. 22 .... Somayach (Jerusalem yeshiva founded in 1970) 23. 1979 Martin Sherman Holocaust play 24. Jerusalem yeshiva overlooking the Western Wall 26. More unsavory 27. Certain Persian's sound 29. First two words of Tevye's famous song 30. Fed. law enforcement branch 35. Long periods of time 36. Third-century Chinese dynasty 37. Controversial implant 38. "The Prize: The Epic Quest for .... Money and Power" (Pulitzer-winning book) 39. Dead Sea Scrolls quality 43. Chicago-based Superstation 44. Shy and modest 45. Salary recipient 46. Airport near Forest Hills, N.Y. 47. Woman in parshat Lech L'cha 48. Uses a kitchen appliance 49. Brazilian city north of Recife 53. Barbra Streisand prominent feature 55. Old-style radio 57. Jerusalem Mayor Barkat 58. Edge 59. Steve Ballmer, to Microsoft (abbr.) 60. Actor Roth ("Ingtourious Basterds") 61. Alternative to dial-up Internet: Abbr. 7"'T'- ~~'- Z-- ~"'~""3"-- ......ll 14 15 17 m 19 m m 22 23 24 28 31 34 35 36 44 53 8 9 10 11 12 13 16 71121 r ! 33 38 39 The Jerusalem Post Crossword Puzzle By David Benkof DavidBenkof@aol.com See answers in the July 19 issue of the Heritage.