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t HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, July 21, 1979, Page CRAIG COENSON SANDY GROSSMAN MICHELLE HALPERN EL YSE TANNENBAUM STEVEN TRESSER his Jewish heritage. "1 attach great s even though I'm very religious. By the time we dy have our ideas formed to make religion the big issue where o. There is no regardless of :his "Jewishness" is important, so is he finds someone who is special to have things in common, ion is one of those things they L that he can't pinpoint, Dave feels that on the part of the Jewish :. He feels we need the JCC only for ourselves but SUch foresight we wouldn't have if we can't find people now with later on. People in this thinking about themselves and r must look forward to the future. If we alive we must look to the future." hopes to participate in a Jewish and he added that he's always been COmmunity. only occasionally, he participating in synagogue rams. "1 think it's very the Jewish community." he said, "1 will only date Jewish girls, but because I'd guilty dating someone out of of our Jewish youth? What is in Detroit, Mich., the daughter and moved to Orlando in a National Merit Finalist and of the class of '79, citizenship of the school yearbook, Lori finds piano. as she majors in liberal born in blew York City, the son of 1as spent most of his life and belongs to many s the distinction of finalist. He enjoys although he's not sure what - hopes to pursue a career in he meets interesting people most stimulatingjob but out of school with no job much choice." in blew York, the daughter She enjoys all outdoor won her awards. ,She is a 0r the Sabra girls group this Winter Park High School, Elyse School for a year, complete her in Israel, and then make to a career in social adapt to life in Israel. Lenses Park Mall Dave Carnow was born in Stamford, Conn., the son of LJane and Norman Carnow, and moved to Orlando in ] 973. He enjoys all watersports and reading. This summer he returned to the JCC camp where he leads the Chalutzim Boys red group, and continues his year-round evening job at the Altamonte theatre. Dave expresses a desire to live here after he completes his education but feels the North would probably afford him more opportunities. He plans to go on for his Masters Degree and hopefully a Ph.D. and would like to be a public school administrator. Sandy Grossman was born in blew York City, the daughter of Paul and Sue Grossman, and moved here in 1969 when she was nine years old. She enjoys working with people, especially children, and tried to find time for interests which include macrame, swimming and camping. Sandy likes Atlanta and feels that opportunities are much greater for her there. After four years at Oglethorpe she hopes to continue for a dual Masters Degree in social work and Jewish Communal Services at the Hebrew Union College in conjunction with the Univ. of Southern California. This summer she is participating in a course at Rollins College entitled "Field Studies in Youth Programs," providing an "opportunity to work with kids who have been in trouble with the law." In addition to playing the piano and saxaphone, waterskiing and participating in sports, especially basketball (he was in.the JCC basketball league), Craig Coenson ranked third in his Edgewater High School class of 570. He was editor of the yearbook, voted the most valuable staffer. Craig was on the Junior Achievement TV Brain Bowl panel this past year and a member of the National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll and the Spanish honor society. Craig was born in Orlando, the son of Martin and Rita Coenson. He thinks he will settle in Orlando after his college education. He will attend Tulane University in the fall with a major in biology and zoology and eventually hopes to pursue a career in medicine. This summer he is working in a merchandising department at Disneyworld. Michelle Halpem was born in Winter Park, the daughter of Lisette and Ed Halpern, enjoys outdoor activities and likes being with people, especially children. She was chosen by the Rotary Club as "student of the week" and her chapter of USY chose her as USYer of the year. Royal Optical 645-2168 She will attend the University of South Florida at Tampa this fall, and will major in elementary education. This summer she is at the JCC camp where she is working with the Chalutzim Girts red group. Seven young adults whose days of leadership in the community will soon be dawning. They speak for the tomorrow that will soon be today. Shouldn't we -- those of us interested in the ongoings of Judaism -- listen ... and learn ... today? Jl w,NT00R p, RK exEcuT,vE CENTER II II 19so tEE ROAO 'rER .RS. 7-10 = WINTER AK, FL 789 EVA RITT U REALTOR - ASSOCIATE n U [.4JrS' JAILMAN G. DAY 3 DAYS ONLY with purchase of Gibson 17.0 CU. FT. 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