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PAGE 2A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, SEPTEMBER 07, 2012 S The Jewish Pavilion in the Army for nine years will once again resume its defending our freedom, so monthly musical entertain- patriotism means a lot to ingatHorizonBayonBostonher. She will dedicate this Avenue. Shelli Costa will performance to our troops perform her favorite patri- and veterans of war. The otic songs in honor of our Jewish Pavilion says, "Please troops at 1 p.m. Sunday, feel free to join this free in- Sept. 9. Her son, Jared, was tergenerational afternoon." q The Daytona Beach and Doors open at 11 a.m. for Hospital. Everyone is wel- Palm Coast chapters of Ha- registration, come, but no walk-ins will dassah will hold their third There willbe cash prizes for be allowed. Reservation and annual fundraiser mahjongg the top three winners, and ad- payment deadline is Oct. 20. tournament at 11:30 a.m. ditionalprizeswillbeawarded. For more information con- Thursday, Oct. 25 at the Costforthetournamentis$18, tact in Volusia, 673-0613; in Plantation OaksClubhouse, 1 which includes lunch, bever- Flagler, 386-586-0206; the 1AS SO GOOD For over 30 years, Too Jay's Gourmet Dell has specialized in holiday traditions. So whether you've got a houseful this Rosh Hashanah, or you will be dining with us, let Too Jay's take care of the details. From our family to yours, we wish you a happy and healthy New Year. Reserva~ons for Dine In ~ Take Out orders now being accepted. $18.99PP $20.99PP $20.99PP $19.99PP Holiday Specials Sunday, September 16th & Monday, 5eFt, ember 17th Brisket, Flatter or Roasted Lemon Herb Half Chioken Baked Tilapia With Potato 5tuf'Rng & Emerald ~auc.e Roasted Cornish Game Hen Filled with traditional cormbrsad stuC'fing with a hint, of sweet apHc~ Grilled London Broil Tender sliced choice sirloin grilled o your liking All entrees include:. Glass of Kosher Wine, Matzo Ball 5oup Galilee Fish or Chopped Liver R~tate Panake and Carrot Tzimmea Choiae of Dessert Fresh Fruit Salad, Honey, Almond or Sponge Cake Macaroons or Mini Black & Whies, CogRee or Tea Plantation Oaks Blvd., off Old ages, desserts and snacks. Kings Road, Flagler Beach. Proceeds go to Hadassah Singers open season The Orlando Chapter of Hadassah will kick off the 2012-2013 season at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11 at Congrega- tion Ohev Shalom. The season opens with a musical program presented by "Time Squared," a duo featuring Gayle Cohen and Robert Cohen (related only by their love of music). Gayle is originally from New Jersey, where she began studying voice and acting at the age of 11. By 16, she was a professional musical actress, performing in New York City. While living in Chicago, Gayle studied Improvisation at Second City under the tutelage of Jim Belushi. She also became part of a group known as the Mental Health Players. This began her love for working with troubled kids through the use of music and drama. Gayle has worked throughout the United States as a performer and director inmusical, improvi- sational, children's and murder mystery theater. She has been a featured vocalist for musical groups with varied styles ranging from Big Band orchestras, "Oldies" bands, Broadway revues to the Contemporary sounds of today. Gayle is a private teacher of voice, acting and public speak- ing and enjoys sharing her knowledge of the arts with kids, adults and seniors alike. She is also a motivational speaker and Plantation Oaks Clubhouse, 386-439-5461. ,h Cayle Cohen Robert Cohen facilitates her originalworkshop cal career, Robert hasperformed entitled "The Power of Music." andcoilaboratedwithmanywell- Robert is originally from knownvocalistsandmusicians. New York where he studied He brings his expertise and his classical and jazz piano, guitar, knowledge of many musical percussion and several other stylesincludingBigBand, Rock, instruments. R&B, Jazz, New Age, Broadway While still in New York, he and Contemporary. worked for Columbia Artists The duo will present a pro- Management and International gram entitled "Songs From the CreativeManagementwhere he Silver Screen," which features was involved in various aspects songs that appear in movies. of classical and operatic per- Thesearenotnecessarilymovie formances, theme songs, but songs that are Robert has worked as a solo found on movie sound tracks, artist, music director and con- thus creating trivia oriented ductor, and has performed in moments. They can be original major cities in the United States to the film or stem from an- and Europe. other source. The music may He is also an accomplished be Contemporary, Rock, Jazz composer, having written mu- or Classical. The show involves sical scores for both stage and a vast genre of music. screen. He was honored to have Reservations are a must. one of his original musicals RSVP to Emily Rotenberg, performedattheUnitedNations. 407-732-4877 or Nancyg357@ Duringthecourseofhismusi- Couvert is $10. Kinneret Apartments is a sophisticated 62 and over community that offers efficiency and one bedroom apartment homes starting at $375 per month with all utilities included. Klltt~ret offel'~ Jg,gt =few of ll~ fo~wh~ altW~,W~: Those Who Cared By Chanshy Majesky Chabad Lubavitch of North Orlando As soon as you meet a fellow Jew and say shalom aleichem he already has something to argue about. His response will be just the opposite: aleichem shalom. Obviously, this is only a joke but somehow it seems we can't agree about anything. We are a very diverse people with many different backgrounds, cultures and beliefs. On Aug. 26, Chabad in Lake Mary hosted an eve- ning uniting Jews from across the spectrum. Ultra- Orthodox Chassidim sat alongside agnostic Jewish families to recognize two issues close to the heart of every member of the tribe, Rabbi Yank//Majesky (1), Chanshy Majesky and Joanne Caras, Author of'The Holocaust Cookbook' a Holocaust commemora- sis on education--both tion and a fundraiser for secular and religious-- the poor of Israel. including Torah, Mishnah All gathered were hon- and Talmud. ored to have our very own The Nazis came and very George Barth light the soon his worldwas turned memorial candle. Barth upside down. Jewish laws grew up in Czechoslovakia, were introduced aimed to a child of a well to do Jewish family with a great empha- Chabad on page 26A