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PAGE 8 HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, SEPTEMBER CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS Copy for publication nTust be typed and double spaced, and in the HERITAGE office by Wednesday noon of the week preceding publi- cation. Copy received late will be published in the next issue, if still timely. Mail news releases to HERITAGE, P.O. Box 300742, Fern Park, FL 32730. Or e-mail to Brandeis University National Women's Committee Conversational Spanish Have you ever wanted to learn another language? Do you feel itwouk, e helpful to know how to speak Spanish? Would you just like to have fun? The Brandeis University National Women's Commit- tee of Flagler/Volusia is spon- soring Conversational Span- ish for Beginners class. Fannie Handel who is a native Span- ish speaker will teach it. The classes will be held bi- monthly for 10 sessions start- ing Tuesday, Oct. 14 from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Ormond Beach Library. For information and reser- vations call Fanny Handel at 386-673-0878. Options for Odd Pieces of Jewery Women love jewelry, and women lose earrings This is a truism that the Brandeis Uni- versity National Women's Committee of Flagler/Volusia plans to remedy. You are in- vited to an exciting event on "Options For Your Odd Pieces of Jewelry." Renowned local jewelry designer Sara Hart will show you how to use all those spare earrings and cufflinks. Learn how to recycle jewelry parts and pieces to create new family heirlooms. Hart is a graduate gemologist and jewelry de- signer who has been in busi- ness in Ormond since 1984. She will bring samples of her work and will explain how this is done. The program will be held on Oct. 15 at 2 p.m. at the Ormond Heritage Condo- minium. Light refreshments will be served. The donation is $3 per person. For reservation in Flagler call Ruth at 386-446-1250 in Volusia call Lois at 386-441- 2226. 39ers annual 'Welcome Back' luncheon Members and guests of the stuffed with Herb Crusted Entertainment by a fea-therefore; dues must be paid 39ers are invited to attend the Salmon with Dill Sauce, let- tured professional will corn- by Sept. 11. annual "Welcome Back" lun- tuceandtomatoandtheother plete this wonderful after- Marilyn Rubin (407-207- cheon on Monday, Sept. 15, at filledwithAlbacoreTunawith noon. The cost for the event 5968) will be available to 12:30 p.m in the J.C.C. Audi- lettuce and tomato. This will is $5 for a 39er member; $8 take reservations and col- torium, be garnished with seasonal for guests of39ers, lect dues. The deadline for A catered meal, featuring a fresh fruit. Dessert will be a The board of the 39ers is reservations is Thursday, platter consisting of two vari- luscious serving of cake with partially subsidizing the ac- Sept.11. There will be no eties of spinach wraps, one coffee or tea. tual cost of the luncheon door sales. of the Jewish Patient at the End of Yad L'Hesed, the only Jew- YadL'HesedJewishHospiceon Wednesday, Sept. 10 from ing illness and will provide a ish Hospice program in Cen- ~'s~partnershipbetween Hos- 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the better understanding about tral FIorida presents, "Care of piceoftheComforterandJew- ABC Conference Room at St. the care for Jewish patients. the Jewish Patient at the End ish Family Services ofGreater CloudHospitallocatedat2906 There is no charge for this of Life," an educational semi- Orlando. The collaboration is 17th St in St. Cloud.program. nar featuring Rabbi Daniel designed to better serve the The seminar is designedCall Hospice of the Com- Wolpe of The Southwest Or- Jewish community in Central for professionals and corn- forter at 407-682-0808, ext. lando Jewish Congregation- Florida. munity members who care699 to attend this program or Ohalei Rivka. The seminar will take place for patients with a life limit- for more information. Connected' with fashions High Holiday fashions will include a welcome, an update be the topic at the next Get on the Jewish Federation, a Connected lunchscheduledby d'var Torah and a Motzi. the Women's Division of the Get Connected meets bi- Jewish Federation of Greater monthly for lunch. The pur- Orlando. The luncheon will pose is to encourage friend- take place at Hops Restaurant ships and active involvement in Altamonte Springs on in the Jewish community. To Thursday, Sept. 11, at 11:30 reduce expenses, e-mail invi- a.m.Marie Johnson, adynamic tations are sent prior to each spokeswoman for Steinmart, event. To be on the e-mail list, :willbedoingthepresentation. contact Nancy Ludin at the The couvert for the lunch is Jewish Federation, $15. Women will have a choice nancyl@orlandojewishfed.org of two salads or salmon. Seat- or call her at 407-645-5933, ing is limited to 40 people, ext. 239. If you do not have e- Advance reservations are nec- mail, arrangements will be essary, made to send a flyer to you Get Connected luncheons prior to each event. CHARLOTTE ROTENBERG (1) and JUDY YARMUTH at a previous Get Connected luncheon. Daniel Jason Halperin, son of Susan and Larry Halperin of Altamonte Springs will be called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on Saturday, September 13, 2003 at the Congrega- tion of Liberal Judaism, Orlando. Daniel is in the seventh grade at Trinity Prepara- tory School where he is on the JH football team. He also plays basketball at the JCC for the 15 and under team. His hobbies and interests include basketball training, and his friends. Sharing in the family'ssimcha are his sisters Samantha; grandparents Stanley and Bonnie Bloom~ Longwood and Waiter and Marcia Halperin of Woodmere, N.Y and family and friends from New Jersey, North Carolina, Boston and Florida. Zachary Miller son of Jackie and Mark Miller will be called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on Saturday, September 6, 2003 at Temple Beth-El, Ormond Beach, Fla. Zachary attends seventh grade at Ormond Beach Middle School. He is an honor roll student, Na- tional Junior Honor Soci- ety Member and First Chair Violinist for Ormond Beach Middle School orchestra. Zachary volunteers for the Jewish Federation and Ormond Beach Library. His hobbies are violin, piano and the guitar. He loves sports basketball, tennis and golf. He also has an avid interest exotic fish and cars. Sharing in the families simcha are his sister grandparents, Ray and Gloria Max ( director of the Jewish Federation of Volusia and Counties), and family and friends from Toronto Charleston, W.Va.; Jacksonville, Fla Paltn Salt Lake City, Utah; Bradenton, Fla Princeton, N.J.a Chestnut Hill, Mass. JPW luncheon The Jewish Professional Women's luncheon Thai Place in for socializing and networking. The lunch Federation update provided by Ali Polejes Torah provided by Felecia Ziegler. For information about the or to mailing list, contact Nancy ext.239, Orthodox tree climbers land in Seminole County David Unger writes, "Our the ground and seeks to meet ern Orthodox coordinating For directions or infor- sages teach us that there are the emerging needs of Semi- agency. The initial get-to- mation call David Ungar at twoways to get to the top of a nole County Jewry. gether to chart the direction 407-696-8873 or 407-834- tree, either by climbing the All activities are open to the and location will be held at 7833. ladder to the top or sitting on community regardless of af- Kosher Kats Marketplace, 1o- The coordinators are look- an acorn and waiting until it filiation, catedat 1255 Belle Ave #116, ing for a location to hold High grows into a big tree."Come meet and discuss the Winter Springs, on Sunday, Holiday services thatwould be A new Orthodox group isrole of this new group and its Sept. 7 at 1 p.m. Come and let open to the entire community planting its ladder firmly in affiliation with a young, rood- your voice be heard! at no charge. Women's Campaign sets program schedule The Women's Campaign of the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando is off to a great start with several events planned for the 2003- 2004 season. Upcoming programs on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal include: The Lion of Judah Luncheon for $5,000+ annual donors on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at the home of Nina Oppenheim. Yad B "~'ad Dinner for $1,800+ donors on Thursday, Nov. 6. Morasha Luncheon for $1,000+ donors on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2OO4. Choices for $180+ donors on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2004. Jewish Professional Women's Annual Fundraising Dinner on Tuesday, March 23. Shown here are (l-r): ELLYN RIVKEES, Morasha co-chair with LAURA ABRAMSON, president, JFGO Women's Cabi- net. ALl POLEJES (1) and FELECIA ZIEGLER, cheon co-chairs. STEPHANIE KAUFFMAN (1) and RENEE close friends, who met at a previous JPW event, become active in the organization.