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PAGE 24A Campers at the Roth Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando's Andrew Hansen Mandell Summer Camp spread out around town on July 30 to do good deeds for the camp's annual Mitzvah Day. HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, AUGUST 14, 2009 JCC campers out in force for Mitzvah Day "I was completely blown away from the amazingly positive energy our campers showed," said Christie Miga, the JCC's assistant camp direc- tor, who planned the day. Campers volunteered for Jewish Family Services, Savan- nah CourtAssisted Living, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and in Tangelo Park, the neighbor- hood in Southwest Orlando philanthropically "adopted" by Harris Rosen. Bryce Schlesinger, Brandon Cruz and Julienne Miller pick out food at Publix for the Jewish Family Services Pearlman Food Pantry. Dennis West-Herr, Naman Kumar, Sam Gorovitz, Nathan Roitman, Matthew Alter, and Tyler Austin unanimously chose to sweep the floors of the Tangelo Park YMCA, much to the appreciation of Mina Ford, executive director of the Central Florida YMCA Achievers. Kyle Krudo boogies with a resident of Savannah Court Assisted Living. Sydney Seligman shows off a component of a learning kit she prepared for teachers at Tangelo Park Elementary School. Tyler Krudo, Hunter Kent and Jack LoMedico clean out a shed at Tangelo Park Elementary School to prepare for the new school year. The 2009 Orlando Reception & Briefing September 2, 2009. Sheraton Orlando North 6:30 p.m. Washington Club Cocktail Reception* 7:30 p.m. Community Dessert Reception For nearly six decades, Americans have come together in support of Israel--in times of celebration and accomplishment...and in times of peril. Now is the time to gather once more. At this hour, Israel needs America more than ever. One organization is charged with helping to ensure the U.S.-Israel relationship remains strong--AIPAC, America's Pro-Israel Lobby. Join AIPAC's most dedicated activists for an off-the-record conversation with Professor Ken Stein, one of America's leading academic experts on Israel and the author of four books on the Arab-Israeli peace process. To register, contact Eric Ross at the AIPAC Office at 954,382-6110 or visit us at $20 couvert per person. *The Washington Club Cocktail Reception is reserved for those members who ~~~ generously contribute $1,500 or more to AIPAC's 2009 annual campaign. ~w~a~e~