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PAGE 10A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, SEPTEMBER 11, 2009 HIGH HOLIDAY COMMUNITY SERVICES 5770/2009 RABBI HOWARD SCHWARTZ and CANTOR ISAAC KRIGER (Formerly with the Israel National Opera) along with their Professional High Holiday Choir invite you and your family to attend beautiful and inspiring High Holy Day services where family and community come together in a spirit of prayer and love. Services will be conducted in a modern comfortable air-conditioned'building located at the Scottish Rite Center, 1485 Grand Road, Winter Park, FL 32792. Tickets: Adults $100 (indudes all services); Students $75. High Holiday prayer books available for $15 each. Seating is limited so please make reservations early. Reservations: Call Cantor Isaac Kriger at 407.482.5723 / 407.758.0323 Tickets are payable by check, Visa or MasterCard, PayPal also available Erev Rosh HaShana - Friday, Sept. 18th at 8 p.m.; Rosh HaShana - Saturday, Sept. 19th at 10 a.m.; Kol Nidre - Sunday, Sept. 27th at 7:30 p.m.; Yom Kippur - Monday, Sept. 28th at 10 a.m. Yiskor 12:30 pm; Nila (Closing Service) 5 pm; BreakFast $10 r 7he WorM's Greatest ~ Symphony Orchestras As the New Year approach- monte will be a traditional Beginning in October, a es the Jewisl~ Pavilion an- Rosh Hashanah dinner and monthly Shabbat service nouncedthestartofprogram- program on Thursday, Sept. will begin on the first Friday ming at Oakmonte Village at 17. at 5 p.m. Residents and of the month at 5 p.m. Ad- LakeMary. OakmonteVillage their families will be able to ditionally musical programs is a new 25-acre luxury senior share holiday delicacies and are being planned for De- livingcommunitythatopened reflect on the coming of the cember and March that will this summer. The indepen- New Year through song, story feature music appropriate dent living residences--165 and prayer, for the season. According apartments in Oakmonte Vil- "We are excited that the to Cathy Swerdlow, program lage'sValenciabuilding--are Jewish Pavilion will be bring- director, "Oakmonte Village nowopenandwillbe followed ing programs to our commu- evolved from the original byasec0ndphasewith50Tus- nity,"saysReneeCourt, direc- plans of the Jewish Fed- cany influenced villa homes, t0r of entertainment. "These eration for Shira Lago. The andwithassistedlivingunits, pr0grams provide educational Jewish Pavilion is thrilled which will include a memory and cultural enhancements to be able to provide a Jew- care section, that are a benefit to all our ish connection for these The first program at Oak- residents." residents." New Jewish Pavilion volunteers get together. They are, front row:Lynn Blum (1), Meril Salzburg, Carrie Miller, Back row: Martha Smith, Maxine Thomas. Jewish Pavilion officials nursing homes" that was said they were very pleased published on the front page New volunteer Nathan to come in to the office on of the Orlando Sentinel Sat~ Kingston wants to speak yid- Monday morning, Aug. 24, urday.Aug.22,andreprinteddishandmisseshisBrooklyn to find out that many people by permission ofth~ Sentinel upbringing. had contacted them want- in this week's Heritage. ing to become volunteers. "Thearticlestruckachord we are thrilled to be able Apparently there are many with a lot of people who are to fill a need for both our Jews living in Central Florida themselves missing the volunteers and our residents. that can relate tothe feelings feeling of being submerged The volunteers feelasense of Pearl Schiffer described to in Jewish culture and com- connectionandpurposeand Jeff Kunerth in the article munity," said Joy Clark, our residents so appreciate a headlined "Elderly Jewscoordinator of volunteer visit from the Jewish com- feel adrift in Orlando-area services. "Needless to say munity." - Naples Philharmonic Orchestra I Fri. Oct. 30, 2009 [ 7:30pm ~ Longwood With Cond~Jctor Jorge Mester, and Pianist Howard Shelley Moscow State Radio Symphony Orchestra I Sun. Jan. 31, 2010 1 3:00pro [ Kissimmee With Conductor Alexei Kornienko, Violinist Nadezda Tokareva, and Pianist Alexander Sinchuk Detroit Symphony Orchestra [ FrL Feb. 12, 2010 [ 7:30pm [ Longwood With Conductor Leonard Slatkin, and Cellist Sol Gabetta Russian National Orchestra I Sun, March 7, 2010 I 3:00pm ] Orlando With Conductor Patrick Summers, and Pianist Yuja Wang Carol Stein has provided musical entbrtainment for seniors several times this year. Carol Feuerman, president of the Friends of the Jewish Pavilion, works with the membership committee to provide all of the food for the Pearls of the Pavilion brunch. One way to cut expenses$283,760 in in-kind dona- invitation design to gifts for and continue to providetions," says Nancy Ludin, the elderly to food for events. service to seniors in long- executive director. Dona- In-kind donations fell into term care is through in-kind tions ranged from free rent severalcategories--musical donations. "The Jewish Pa- (provided by Julian Meitin entertainment, office help, vilion finished its fiscalyear of Zellwood Fruit Co.) to services and skills, foodand at the end of August with services like Web site and miscellaneous. !