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PAGE 8A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, OCTOBER 5, 2018 Gloria Green and her granddaughter Emma helped lead Oakmonte Village residents prayers and songs at Sonata West. soup at their program. enjoyed Jewish delicacies like gefilte fish and matzoh ball Volunteer Susie Stone blowing the shofar at West- chester Winter Park. Sonata West "Mayor" Alan Bruckheim and Rabbi Richard Cowin led a prayer for Walter Goldstein's recovery. Shalom Memorial Chapel ProuclLg . ,Servin Our Communil g Por Over 9;5 Years cd'o Harry Rein blew the shofar Brookdale Island Lake. The High Holidays are al- ways extra busy at the Jewish Pavilion. Staffandvolunteers went to senior living facilities all over Orlando last month to bring High Holidays celebra- tions to Jewish residents. Many of the residents have difficulty leaving their build- ings for religious services, so the Pavilion's programs are their only way of observing the holidays with other members of the Jewish community. The programs bring them the familiar High Holidays traditions and symbols such as apples dipped in honey, round challahs, the sound of the shofar, prayers, and shar- ing a festive meal. This year was especially challenging for everyone at the Jewish Pavilion, as just before the holidays began we learned that Pavilion program director Walter Goldstein is battling a seri- ous illness. The residents at his program buildings always look forward to his visits, and his presence at their High Holiday programs was very sadly missed. However, the Pavilion is fortunate to have many dedicated volunteers, and a as Michelle and Wayne Bilsky helped lead the program at Nancy Ludin, Jewish Pavilion CEO, carried apples and honey to residents at Brookdale Altamonte. number of them stepped up to make sure programs went on as planned. At these events, the volunteers and residents paid tribute to Goldstein's talents as an entertainer and friend and prayed for his recovery, as we all do. To all of our wonderful vol- unteers, the Jewish Pavilion would like to extend a hearty todah rabah--thank you so very much for your efforts, your dedication and your caring hearts. To them, to the seniors we serve, and to the whole community, may the new year bring you and your loved ones good health, prosperity and peace. Custom Printing :~ ~ ~ Digital & Offset Printing :~ : 5~ Brochures & Booklets Direct Mail Services ~- Forms & Letterheads Envelopes Business Cards 205 North Street Longwood, FL3275o Bnng in this ad and receive 18% Discount