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SH NEWS, JULY 23, 2004 PAGE 3 mer w vacations have this year at ion Beth Am in of all the activities planned next few weeks. president of een ap- Lg a retirement be built lke Mary "rags experi- Lre and ~ment to the joining she served 9f marketing for U.S. region Corpo- also served as a COnsultant for and skilled Retirement .Clermont women out to try to social group auspices of the Or- of Hadassah. over 300,000 larg- organization in present or members "Wannabes" in Beth Am, said, "With Rabbi Rick Sherwin on board and the renovations being made to the building and the plan- ning for Hebrew School in two locations, we have no time to sit back and rest, There is too Communities throughout Florida. Preston is a graduate of The Ohio State University and the University of Central Florida, with degrees in nursing and liberal studies, respectively. Sponsored by the Jewish Senior Housing Council in concert with the Jewish Fed- eration of Greater Orlando, ShiraLago is scheduled to be built on a 25-acre site near Lake Mary Blvd. and I-4. The community will feature "next generation" design and ame- nities, with 146 apartment homes and villas, as well as 31 assisted living residences. the Clermont area who find it difficult to maintain their participation in the Orlando chapter because of travel considerations. The committee wants to organize an "IMA" group, which will be an affiliate of the Orlando chapter. The mem- bers of this group will meet on a monthly basis at a local restaurant or in a home. Each member donates a stipulated much to do and that doesn't even take into account prepa- ration for the High Holy Days with a rabbi on our bima for the first time in four years." The busy summer event schedule starts off on July 30 with a Friday night Wine and Cheese Social. The congrega- tion invites the entire commu- nity to meet Rabbi and Elissa Sherwin starting at 7:30 p.m. and then to stay for Kabbalat Shabbat services. Later that weekend is the first Open House of the season. Starting at 10 a.m. on Sunday morning, August 1, students of the religious school will have a final opportunity to register at the "Early Bird" tuition rate. Teachers and staff will be available and the building will be open to walk through. Jeff Golub, vice president for Education and Youth, advised, "You maywant to wear a hard hat or a hard kippah in any event." The men of Beth Am, striving to equal the women of Beth Am with their active Sisterhood, will unveil the new Men's Club that same morning. Under the leader- ship of Don Swartz, the Men's Club plans to re-establish it- self as a key part of the Beth Am family. All men who are interested in joining the Men's Club are invited to come and do "guy stuff" with Swartz. All members of the community who are "shul shopping" are also invited to come and enjoy themselves at the Prospective Member Brunch being held at the same time. The gala event on Beth Am's summer calendar will be the "New Beginnings" evening of dining and en- tertainment to welcome the Sherwin family into the Beth Am family. Chaired by past-presidents Joanie and Tom Mayer, the Celebra- tion Committee promises the community "a night to remember." Tickets for the evening's festivities, which start at 5:30 p.m. in the So- cial Hall at Beth Am, are now available at $36 per person. Sponsorships for the event are available for $100. For more information on these and all activities at Beth Am, visit the newly- renovated Beth Am website at www.congbetham.org or call the synagogue office at 407-862-3505. PAULA PRESTON amount of money each month throughout the year. By a lot- tery drawing, one member of the group receives"a beautiful LAw OFFICE OF aan attorney Auto Accidents Wrongful Death Nursing Home Negligence * Defective Products * Slip & Fall Dental Malpractice Dog Bites Insurance Claims * "Prepared to fight for you!" FREE & CONFIDENTIAL INITIAL CONSULTATION Florlda l~ A~o~iadoli U.S. District Court For the Middle Diltrict of Florida Orange C~,mty Bar A~.~clatlan Ameri~an IL~r A~,~wlatinn A~ogiation ofTrlal |awygrs of Antegi~ (407) 568'3800 certificate" from the Hadas- upon adverlis~ l~or yoar ~ 1920 N. Orange Ave. * Orlando sah organization for the entire ask as to s ~ you fr~ ~-iuca ~www.harvcycohenlaw.com group's annual donation. ~ ur qual!flcatl ns and experlence" E-mail: hcohen@harveycohenlaw.com Readers who would like to be part of this new"IMA" group of Hadassah may contact Esther ' Kovel at 352-243-5047; Rita Slotnickat352-243-9622 or Roz Haskelson at 352-243-6664. d, " Ai Session of the Reading ~s- at 10 a.m. to clies Detec- Alexander Betty Stern For on or to make reservations, call Sena at 761-4256. There will be a guided tour at the south East Museum of Photography at Daytona Beach Community College Building 100 on August 14 for attendees meeting at the front desk at 11: 00 a.m. The exhibits include: "Man-Infestations: Photos of Men, Women's World, Human Experience," including images from the permanent collec- tion, and "Fresh Works i.e. Actualitics."After the tour the group will have lunch. There is a $3.00 donation. RSVP to Cherna at 386-428-1408. Pavilion now serves Tuscawilla 1 & Rehabilitation Center has been added to the facilities served Shown here, volunteer Ruth Darvin (left) visits with resident and Schoichet's daughter, lsabelle Seiken (right) The Jewish eleven nursing~assisted living residences in Central Florida ~'s Jewish elderly with caring, sharing, connecting, helping, volunteer-based programming. For more information, contact Director, at 407-648-9363