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PAGE 2A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, AUGUST 25, 2017 A Jewish We make giving easier. GRANT- MAKING" American Society for Yad Vashem Abe O. Wise & Tess Wise Philanthropic Fund Congregation of Reform Judaism Alex & Sheryl Sacharoff Philanthropic Fund Jewish Family Services of Greater Qrlando Bette Ann Leider Philanthropic Fund Shepherd,s Hope Betty Monroe Philanthropic Fund Jewish Academy of Orlando Brad Jacobs & Dr. Eve Homburger Philanthropic FUnd Jewish Community Center of Greater OHando Dorothy Morrell Cultural Series Endowment Fund Feeding America Dworkin Family Philanth~pic Fund Agudas Achim Congregation Edward & Phyllis Hman Temple Israel . , Ethan Gold LibraryF~ Society for Humanistic Judaism ...... I. 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Contact us to/earn how TOP can make giving easier for you. 15009 Community Campus Drive, Tampa, FL 35625 813-961-9090 topjewishfoundation,org The summer is coming Dr.AmyDerrowWitt, notedoutstanding company and to an end and Orlando Ha- areadermatologistandOrlan- stunning fashions presented dassah is gearing up for a do Hadassah member is the by Evelyn andArthurofPalm sensational new season of guest speaker in October. Dr. Beach and Winter Park. exciting programs and fund Derrow will discuss skin care The Orlando Chapter will raising events, and cosmetic dermatology, be participating in The Up- The first meeting of the new One of Orlando Hadassah's lift Project, a Breast Cancer season will be held on Tues- favorite authors of Jewish Awareness and Research Pro- day, Sept. 5, at 11:30 a.m. at literature, Ellen Brazer, will gram sponsored by National Congregation Ohev Shalom. be back tovisitwith her latest Hadassah. The aim is to save RabbiDavidKaywillbringhis book,"TheWonderingJew, My lives by educating women musical stylings to the stage Journey into Judaism." about the need for early de- with a one man show, espe- Laura Lang, the senior tection and the continuously cially created for Hadassah advocateofficeroftheOrange evolvingtreatmentsavailable ladies and featuring timeless County Sheriff's Department, through world-wide research pop and rock and roll classics, will discuss the latest crimes programs. The local Hadassah Kay was ordained at the andscamsaswellasthemanychapterispromotinganevent Jewish Theological Seminary dangeroussituationsyoumay in Bloomingdales at The Mall of America (JTSA) in 2002, encounter and how to best atMilleniaonWednesday, Oct. where he also received a Mas- protect yourself should you 18, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4 terofArtsdegreeineducation, become involved in such a p.m.,wherebrasdecoratedfor Prior to pursuing the rabbin- predicament, the event by local Hadassah ate, he received a Bachelor of These are but a few of the women will be displayed. Science degree from the Uni- programs being presented Hadassah meetings offer versity of Illinois, worked for this season, a delicious luncheon catered a progressive animal welfare OrlandoHadassah'sannualby Bagel King followed by an organization, andplayedinan Bunny Rosen Heart Health afternoon of entertainment, original rock band, acoustic Luncheon and Fashion Show education, and information. duo, and as a solo act. Hehas will take place on Sunday, The meetings are open to appeared regularly in pro- March 4, 2018, at The Alfond the public. ductions at The Roth Family Inn in Winter Park. The occa- Reservations are required. JCC's Theater at the J, since sionpromisestobeafabulous RSVP to Nancyg357@yahoo. its revival, afternoon of excellent food, corn or call 407-415-6892. lly Judy Appleton Jewish Pavilion "Making a difference in the lives of others'--This has been my personal motto for years. That said, I am grateful that my position as a program director at The Jewish Pavilion has afforded me multiple op- portunities to facilitate this motto. For me, I feel that there is something quite unique and very special when I connect Temple Israel will continue its Shabbat Friday dinners on Sept. 8, 6:30 p.m., in the Roth Social Hall. The theme for Sep- tember is "Hawaii" and called Shabbat Sh-Aloha. The dinner will be followed by a musical Shabbat service in the sanctu- ary. The entire community is invited to participate. The menu will include Hawaiian punch, Hawaiian of The St. Augustine Jewish Historical Society will mark the 452nd anniversary of the founding of oldest Eu- ropean city in the U.S. with a 2-hour walking tour of Jewish St. Augustine, start- ing at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 8, in the shade of the trees with the elders. I continue to have the privilege of experi- encing some truly powerful and wonderful interactions with the residents at local assisted-living, independent, rehab and memory-care facilities. I am humbled and honored to share a touching and heartfelt story with you. I shall never forget the woman who held onto my hand: As I walked through the room, leading our group in prayer and song, I laid my hand on this woman's shoulder as I approached her. She immediately placed both of her hands on top of mine and then she began to weep. She held onto my hand very tightly, she pressed it against her shoulder, she did not want to release me or lose that connection. Choking back my own tears, I took a deep breath and sang even louder and stronger.., as to acknowledge her at that very moment. Taking and making the time to spend with a loved one or even a stranger really does matter. I invite you to join us as we welcome the New Year with the Jewish residents who reside within our community homes. Come out and volun- teer with us at The Jewish Pavilion! Celebrate Life with us as we continue to... "Make a difference in the lives of others"! haystacks, pineapple chicken, Hawaiian rolls and pineapple upside down cake. Salads and fruits will also be served. The hosts for this event will be Wayne Bilsky, VP of Member- ship, and his entire member- ship committee. There is no charge for nonmember adults or their families attending for the first time. Please RSVP and indicate you will be a first- time nonmember attendee. Otherwise, the charge will be $10/adult, $5 for children 4-12, and no charge for children 3 and under. To make a reservation or to obtain more information, please call the office at 407- 647-3055, respond via email to tiflorida.org, or visit www. tiflorida.org. Society offers no-cost St. Augustine at the southeastern corner of the parking lot at Mission Nombre de Dios, 27 Ocean Avenue, at San Marco Avenue (State Route AIA). The tour will end at First Congregation Sons of Israel, 161 Cordova Street and in- volves a walk of 1.5 miles. Wear sunscreen and sturdy, comfortable walking shoes and bring water. There is no charge for this tour, all are welcome, no advance arrangements need be made. For further information contact 804- 914-4460.