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PAGE 8A i HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, AUGUST 30; 2013 High Holiday greetings from the Jewish Pavilion We are very proud to say spouse, yourfriends and your that Orlando has not forgot- home. Noone wants to grow ten our frail and infirmed.  oldalone! The Jewish Pavilion We bring joy and tradition to is a life=line for the elderly in all we visit[ long-term care. The Jewish Imagine what it would be Pavilion is not a building, it's liketo lose your health, your a promise to our elderly that R Silver-i( 00monds !iiiiii!:i :iii i Daniel 31-8544 il RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE 1684 Indian Dance Cou Spectacular 5 Bedroom 5 1/2, Bath Custom Built Pool Home in the Fabulous Neighborhood of The C)aks at Maitland. Ctose to the JCC, Great Schools, Shopping & Restaurants. Lynn Sullivan, Realtor Ronald D.Hauser, Realtor (407)493-0621 (407)310-2826 BUN i Glickstein Laval Carris P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS they will not be forgotten by the community. We are an outreach organization that functions like a .Jewish nursing home on wheels. We bring the Jewish community to our seniors in long-term care, since they are no longer mobile The Pavilion has 400 volunteers that visit every known Jewish elder in as- sisted living and skilled nursing. We provide Shabbat and holiday festivities and all kinds of special programs. Our staff and volunteers go to over 50 long term care facilities where we come together to share our cul- ture with residents of all faiths. We are there to look after loved ones, brighten someone's day with a gift or lift someone's spirits with a visit or holiday celebration. The Jewish Pavilion offers a unique service. Most residents no longer belong to a syna- gogue. The facility where they reside celebrates Christian holidays like Christmas and Easter and serves foods like pork and shell fish. Religious services provided at the facil- ity are Christian or Catholic. The Jewish seniors long for their familiar culture. They want to celebrate Hanuk- kah with potato latkes and Passover with matzah. The residents especially love the friendship and fuss we make in our efforts to make everyone feel special and loved. The residents are so appreciative of the Pavilion and our vol- unteers see smiles and hear thank yous galore. Often, our Wishing Our Clients and Friends A Happy New Year 555 WINDERLEY PLACE, STE 400 MAITLAND, FL 32751 PHONE: (407)645-4775 FAX: (407)629-1606 celebrations bring residents to tears, butthey are happy tears. Tasting a noodle kugel after having eaten institutional food every day is enough to bring out tears of happiness and gratitude. No other community in the U.S. offers an outreach service like the Jewish Pavilion. While many larger communities have a Jewish Home for the aged, few provide outreach to seniors who do not live there. The Jewish Pavilion's model of service can be" replicated across the nation. The Jewish Pavilion's new- est success is the Orlando Senior Help Desk. Not only can family members access the information they need on our website, www.orland-, but they can also get personal service and hand-holding from our Senior Resource Specialist. On Sunday, Oct. 27, be- ginning at 9:30 a.m., we are having a Fall Festival/Walk Carol Feuerman at Crane's Roost Park in" AItamonte Springs. You and your family will have the op- portunity to socialize, enjoy a free bagel breakfast, walk around the park, listen to live entertainment, visit vendor and receive lots of giveaways. There will be kids activities galore! Please make every ef- Nancy Ludin fort to support the Pavilion by coming to this festival. Please visit our website to register at The Jewish Pavilion wishes everyone a happy and healthy New Year! Carol Feuerman, president Nancy Ludin, executive director Happy New Year hom JCC Forty years ago, on Rosh Hashanah, Jewish families across the country and around the world gathered around their dinner tables, dipping apples into honey, to ushe r in the new year of 5734. Here in Orlando, the fami- lies sitting down for conver- sation around the holiday table had another reason to celebrate--the Jewish com- munity had just completed It is customary to visit the graves of loved ones during the month before the High Holy Days. Congregation for Reform Judaism (CRJ) and Woodlawn Memorial Park invite the community at large to join us in a traditional Kever Avot Memorial Service.Whether you have a loved one buried there or net, we invite you to participate with us by remembering and honoring him or her during this time. Conducted bY: Rabbi Steven W. Engel and Cantor Jacqueline Rawiszer Date: Sunday, September 8th Time: I IIII III 10:00 Location: Woodtawn Memoriat Park CRJ Cemetery Directions: I-4 to 408 west to the Good Homes Road exit. Turn teft at top of exit ramp. At tight turn right about 1A mite on Otd Winter Garden Road to Woodtawn Cemetery Road. Turn teft on Woodtawn Cemetery Road (Woodtawn Memoriat Park). Go to end of cemetery. Turn right on Morton Jones Road. CRJ cemetery is on the right Vz mite. Scott Richman its first successful summer camp season at the JCC. It's incredible to reflect upon how far we've come in 40 years. What started out in Maitland as a tiny preschool and summer camp in a small building sur- rounded by empty land that once housed an orange grove has blossomed in to a tremendous community hub--times two--with the addition of our full-service facility on the Jack & Lee Rosen Southwest Orlando Campus in 2009. Our entire community should be proud of the impact we've had on the thousands of members of our community during these past four decades, imbuing children with a sense of Jewish values, connecting fmilies with other families, and boosting the physical and emotional wellness of all of those we serve. All these years later, we're still proud of our recently completed summer camp, now called Camp J, as this year marked the first year both campuses hosted sh- lichim (Israeli emissaries) to infuse our programs with a sense of Israeli and Jewish pride and culture. This year was successful in many other ways. In an effort to rejuvenate the facilities at the Roth JCC's Maitland Campus, more than $355,000 to date was raised as part of the Roth JCC Renovation Project. Chaired by Daniel Coultoff and Dr. Andrew Kleiman, the David Wayne project aimed to imlSrove the aesthetics and functionality of the Roth JCC, enhance the overall experience for the members and attract more participation. The renovations included the swimming pool complex, outdoor basketball courts, tennis courts, auditorium dividers and a courtyard preschool playground. Our board of directors and professional staff continue to work hard in building community, strengthening family life, and promoting Jewish values through our nationally accredited and award-vinning programs, events and partnerships. The JCC is as committed as ever to strengthening our JCCs as community hubs, providing "value-added" programs and services to our members, and working collaboratively with the other Jewish orga- nizations. Additionally, this year, our board of directors will participate in a strategic assessment of our organiz a - tion made possible through a grant from the Frances and Joseph Victor Fund at the Community Foundation of Central Florida, Inc. The Roth Jewish Com- munity Center and the JCC's Jack & Lee Rosen South- west Orlando Campus wish you and your family a very happy, healthy and prosper- ous 5774. Shana tova. Executive Director David Wayne and President Scott Richman