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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, SEPTEMBER 11,'2009 PAGE 3A :! • ~ • Friendship and an inter- est in fashion are a wining combination for The Jewish Pavili'on. Marcia Berman and Ilene Stone have been friends for close to 50 years. Both share an interest in volunteer work and the world of fashion• The women are co- chairing a fashion show to benefit the Jewish Pavilion at Neiman Marcus Orlando, at the Millenia Mall on Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. During the past two years, the store selected specific designers to showcase. This year, Georgiana Ungaro, the store's manager of public relations agreed to feature fashions from the entire Neiman Marcus collection. Brunch will be provided by Arthur's Gourmet Catering• The couvert is $50. The couture patron price is $200 and includes a drawing for a special gift from Neiman Marcus. There also will be several raffle prizes for all of the guests provided by Nei- man Marcus as well as goody bags with samples of expen- sive skin care products• The Jewish Pavilion has several annual sponsors this year. Following Dr. Steven Selznick's recommendation, sponsorships were awarded exclusivity by town. The Pavilion partners with these top-notch facilities to pro- vide optimal care for their residents. At all of these facilities, residents receive Jewish holiday celebrations and food provided by both the facility ~nd the Jewish Pavilion. They include the Heritage at Lake Forest in Sanford, Oakmont Village in Lake Mary, Chambrel at Island Lake in Longwood, Horizon Bay in Altamonte Springs and Savannah Court in Maitland. The Jewish Pavilion also has several sponsors of the fashion show including, Bytes, Bits & Megabytes, the Jewish Pavilion's provider of computer services; Gay Har- rison Handcrafted Couture Jewelry, the Jewish Pavil- ion's founder of the Pearls of the Pavilion Campaign; The Cameron Group, which provides comprehensive el- der care as well as relief and reassurance to elders and their families; Arden Court; Conway Lakes Health and Rehab; and Sutton Homes Alzheimer's Care. The co-chair's inter- est in fashion goes way back---Marcia B~rman and Ilene Stone opened up re- portedly the first women's resale shop in Orlando. At one time, Stone and her mother, owned and operated Sylvia's Corner in Winter Park. Later, Berman and Stone became partners in a Winter Park boutique shop, once again sharing their interest in fashion. Co-chairwomen Marcia Berman (1) and Ilene Stone flank former honoree Sunny Mandell from last year's Jewlsh Pavilion fashion show. To receive an invitation to e-mailnancyludin@jewish- this special event, co-hosted pavilion.org orvisit theWeb by Susie Kleiman, contact - site and purchase tickets Nancy Ludin at the Jewish through Paypal at www. Pavilion.Call407-678-9363, jewishpavilion.org. ( 9 Mental health issues are nothing to be ashamed of and are more prevalent than we care to admit. The term 'dysfunctional' family has become a com- mon term in our culture and is joked about with cool detachment. How- ever, serious issues may be underlying, which have a negative impact on all those involved. Depres- sion, substance abuse, rela- tionship problems, or more serious brain disorders af- fect not only the individual, but care-givers and family members as well. As the familiar nursery .rhyme goes••, ash~s, ashes, we all fall down. For more than 25 years, the Center for Counseling, Growth and Development has been offering counsel- ing services through Jewish Family Services. Experi- enced mental health profes- sionals are available to help in a confidential setting. Licensed staff provides as- sessment and counseling sessions for individuals, couples, children and fami- "lies regardless of religion or ethnic background. As Susan Weissmann, LCSW, clinical.director at CCGD, puts it, "Living with the various psycho~ocial, emotional or physical adversities disrupts lives and affects families long after the initial onset has occurred. These dynam- ics left untreated isolates families and family mem- bers, thus adding to today's stress and the easy use of the term 'dysfunctional' family." CCGD now has two • offices where a multi- dimensional approach to therapy helps promote resilience and is provided in a safe and caring en- vironment. The two lo- cations are, The George Wolly Center at 2100 Lee Road in Winter Park and the new Southwest Orlando Office at 11184 S. Apopka-Vineland Road in Orlando. Fees are charged on a sliding scale basis, and the program accepts in- surance payments from Medicare, United Health- care and Aetna• Day and evening appointments are available. If you or someone you know could benefit from professional counseling, call 407-644- 7593, ext. 231. Greg Dawson, Orlando Sentinel consumer col- umnist, will talk about his recently published book "Hiding in the Spotlight: A Musical Prodigy's Story of Survival, 1941-1946" at the South Orlando Jewish Congregation on Sept. 23 at 5:45 p.m. The story is about how his mother, Zhanna, sur- vived the Holocaust. She was a young Jewish girl from Ukraine, who also happened to be a piano prodigy, giving concerts by the age of 6. When disaster struck her hometown a'nd her family was condemned to exile and execution, Zhanna managed to es- cape the famed Nazi death march to Dorbitsky Yar and used her rare musical gift to help her survive. Performing and giving concerts for the occupy- ing German troops as they moved throughout Europe, Zhanna kept her true iden- tity a secret until a young American soldier with ties to Jul'liard adopted her. Dawson is a columnist for the Orlando Senti- nel. He has been a journal- ist for over 40 years in a variety of writing positions since his high school days covering sports for his hometown newspaper in Bloomington, Ind. He was 20 years old before he knew he was Jewish and 50 before he knew the full story of his mother's plight during the war. 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