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PAGE 2A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, AUGUST 24, 2018 joins Custom Printing,=~ # Invitations&Announcements Digital & Offset Printing /i" Brochures & Booklets Direct Mail Services Forms & Letterheads Envelopes Business Cards 205 North Street Longwood, FL 32750 www.elegantpdnting.net Bring in this ad and receive 18% Discount JFS Orlando is pleased to ADHD, PTSD, dissociative announcetheadditionofDor- disorders, addiction, autism, rit Ram to their JFS family, and intellectual disability. She Dorrit Ram, LCSW earned a specializes in working with masters in social work from people who have experienced the State University of New childhood trauma. York at Binghamton. She is a "We are thrilled to have licensed clinical social worker Dorrit join our team. As a experienced in providing therapist, she brings unique psychotherapy to teenagers skills and specialties to our and adults with depression, Counseling, Growth and De- anxiety, bipolar disorder, velopment Program. Dorrit utilizes an eclectic therapeu- tic style and a little humor to help people regain a lost connection to themselves," saidAshlyn Douglass-Barnes, clinical supervisor for JFS Orlando. "She offers habit reversal training for common body-focused repetitive disor- ders such as nail biting, skin picking, and trichotillomania (hair pulling)." One of Bill Farnsworth 's illustrations from the upcoming exhibit Heroes of Warsaw. The next exhibit that is part of the Holocaust Memorial Re- source and Education Center Fall 2018-2019 Cultural Sea- son is titled Heroes of Warsaw, which will be on display from Sept. 1--Dec. 28, 2018. Using the illustrations of Bill Farnsworth, Heroes of Warsaw highlights the courage and bravery of Irena Sendler and Janusz Korczak. This is the firsttime thatall of his illustra- tions will be presented--only half of this collection has been on display before. Using the children's books A Hero and the Holocaust: The Story of Janusz Korczak and His Chil- dren and Irena Sendler and the Children of the Warsaw Ghetto this exhibit highlights the impact these heroes had on the children in the Warsaw Ghetto. "My approach was to be brutally honest yet with awin- dow of hope. The heroes like Korczak, and Sendler showed the world that during tragic times a few had the courage to rise above and do what's right", stated Bill Farnsworth. A reception for this exhibit will be held on Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. This program will serve as an opening reception for the Heroes of Warsaw exhibition and will include a talk from illustrator Bill Farnsworth about his work and inspiration. "My approach was to be brutally honestyetwith awin- dow of hope. The heroes like Korczak, and Sendler showed the world that during tragic times a few had the courage to rise above and do what's right", stated Bill Farnsworth. Dates, times, and locations are subject to change. Please consult The Holocasut Cen- ter's website, holocaustedu. org, for the most up-to-date information. I See restaurant or our website for complete menu. toojays.com I 0 0 O Dorrit is a great addition to our already diverse group of professional counselors at JFS", added Eric Geboff, exec- utive director. "We are proud To schedule an appoint- to be able to offer counselors mentwithDorritoranyofJFS' who are fluent in English, counselorscal1407-644-7593, Spanish, Hebrew and Creole." ext. 247. The summer is coming to an end and Orlando Hadas- sah is gearing up for another season of exciting programs and fundraising events. We open the season on Sept. 4 at Congregation Ohev Shalom at 11:30 a.m. with a very special guest. Nationally known mentalist Mark Stone will present"Mentalmania," a program of mind-reading and ESP, mixed with comedy that has amazed audiences all over the world. Stone became interested in ESP while in college where he began learning his skills. He developed a short program during his senior year and started performing for small groups of friends and family. He was encouraged to move to lounges and small venues with performances at open- mikes. As his performances became more widely known, he was called upon to perform for dinner parties and other special events. This led to appearances at larger venues, where he was discovered by television scouts. He became a popular attraction on late night TVand his career took off from there. Stone now performs his show "Mentalmania" for all kinds of audiences. Those who have seen him on one of his many television appearances or on one of the many thou- sands of shows he has done Mark Stone for corporations, colleges, or casinos all agree. Stone's show is the most amazing and entertaining demonstration of mental gymnastics you will ever see. Orlando Hadassah is ex- cited to bring this amazing performance to its members and friends. Seating begins at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be served promptly at 11:45 and tables will be cleared immediately after. The doors will be closed for Stone's per- formance. Reservations are required. RSVP before Friday, Aug. 31 to Nancy Greenfield Nancyg357@yahoo.com or call 407-415-6892. The couvert is $14. This event is open to the public. By Ronald Scheiman design of the 2018 Hanukkah stamp we decided to take this The 2018 Hanukkah stamp public recommendation and will be issued sometime in late gauge the response." September or early October. I have been campaigning The word "Hanukkah" is not to the USPS for a new Hanuk- on the stamp, kah stamp, every year, since The explanation given by 1993 and I've never been the USPS is"Though the word asked about leaving the word Hanukkah is not on the face of Hanukkah off the stamp. Per- the stamp, the words"Happy sonally, I use the Hanukkah Hanukkah" are printed at the stamp all year long with the top of the stamp sheet." 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