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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, AUGUST 30, 2013 PAGE 3A JFS partners with area synagogues, agencies to combat hunger Jewish Family Services Orlando (JFS Orlando), a non- profit, human service agency, has joined forceswith Orlando area synagogues and Jewish agencies for the communi- tywide High Holidays 2013 food drive to combat hunger in Central Florida. Local synagogues, agencies and their memberswill collect nonperishable food items dur- ing the High Holidays season in support of JFS Orlando's 2013 High Holiday food drive. Witfi the support of Winn- Dixie, JFS is supplying each synagogue and Jewish agency with paper grocery bags avail- able for their members to take home and fill with nonperish- able groceries. Donated items will be used to supply the JFS Pearlman Emergency Food Pantry and distributed to those in need. "We're enthusiastic about the support our synagogues, Jewish agencies and com- munity give this food drive," said JFS executive director' Eric Geboff. "It proves Central Florida is dedicated to theval- ue oftikun olam so thatwe can all reach our goals and attain our dreams for a better world. We hope that in the coming year, fewer people are hungry and families grow stronger." More than 50 million Americans struggle with food insecurity each year, signifying that one out of every six people in the U.S. are unsure from where their next meal will come. Jewish Family Services' Pearlman Pantry provides emergency food assistance to hungry  individuals and families in Central Florida. In 2012, JFS Orlando provided more than 77,000 meals to needy Central Floridians in an ef- fort to alleviate hunger in and anticipates providing a similar number of meals in 2013. Established in 1978 as a nonprofit human service agency, JFS Orlando provides social programs and services to struggling children and families of all faiths in the Central Florida community. JFS particularly supports ef- forts to prevent hunger and homelessness, and provide counseling to those in need. For mbre information about JFS and its programs, call 407-644-7593 or visit www. jfsorlando.org. New JCC Club Tayarim kicks off year with paint war Sam Freed, Alana Halperin and Leah Golub are armed with water balloons at the JCC's Club Tayarim's paint war kickoff event. Nineteen teens gathered Aug. 18 at the Roth Jew- ish Community Center of Greater Orlando to kick off the school year with a paint war. Club Tayarim, a new JCC program, is open to 6th-8th- grade students throughout the community for social, Judaic and community ser- vice programs. "Club Tayarim is the Or- lando Jewish community's middle school program. It's open to everyone and the participants actually choose their own activities and out- ings. Our goal is to strength- en Orlando's Jewish, middle school community, which will result in a stronger Jew- ish high school community," said Robby Etzkin, assistant executive director of the Roth JCC. These programs offer teens a variety of experi- ences to help bridge the gap between pre- and post-bar/ bat mitzvah and high school. Club Tayarim's mission is to offer middle school students a fun and safe environment to form new friendships and participate in fun and engag- ing programming. "The middle school audi- ence is a unique age group that has specific needs and wants to make Jewish values meaningful to them," said Lory Conte, staff coordinator of Club Tayarim programs. "These monthly events allow us to focus on connecting youth to the Orlando Jewish community in an environ- ment created just for them." Club Tayarim bridges the gap between middle school and high school and intro- duces young teens to peer-led programming, exciting social events, connections to their Jewish heritage, and charac- ter developing experiences in an inclusive environment that prepares teens for suc- cess in high school, college and beyond. The next event will be Suk- kahFest on Sunday, Sept. 22 at the JCC. The group will be building their own edible sukkot, creating a YouTube video that will be shared all over, and of course snacks and games. For more information, contact Conte at LConte@ bbyo.org or 407-645-5933. Hadassah pays tribute to Bunny Rosen of the monthly meetings, awards brunch, the donor luncheon and Youth Aliyah Fashion Show. She is known for her perfection of any task she under takes, be it an event venue, a'casual buffet or el- egant meal, do'nor accounts, gathering of donations, an auction or drawing. Each project is wrapped in style, dignity and grace. Mati Braun provided a concert in her honor following lunch, catered by Bagel King. The opening meeting of the Orlando chapter of Hadassah was held Aug. 27 at Congre- gation Ohev Shalom, and it was a tribute to Bunny Rosen for her lifetime of service to Hadassah. "Bunny Rosen is the heart of the Orlando chapter," said Emily Rotenberg, chapter president. "We, he members, pay tribute to her today, for all she does to keep the organiza- tion running smoothly." Rosen oversees every aspect ! i!iii!iii, Bunny Rosen Correction Due to an editing error, there was a mistake for the location of Brown's New York Deli and Restaurant in the caption on page 1A in the Aug. 23 edition of Heritage Florida Jewish News..The correct location is the corner of highways 17/92 and Lake AvenUe. Communitywide middle school students link together in an icebreaker at the Roth JCC. 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