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October 10, 2003

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PAGE8 I I I Illll Illl Over 100 young adults in ings and information on the their 20s and 30s are expected holiday will be available for all for the third annual Or Hadash participants. Gourmet Guys Sukkah Party Checksshouldbemadepay- sponsored by the Jewish Fed- able to the Jewish Federation eration of Greater Orlando. of Greater Orlando. The cou- The event, chaired by Parker vert is $10 per person. Gold, will take place at the Or Hadash is an outreach Pavilion on the lawn of the organization that aims to JCC, 851 N. Maitland Ave on broaden the level of volunteer Sunday, Oct. 12, from 7 - 9 involvementandleadershipin p.m. Men are encouraged to the community and raise the bring their favorite dairy or consciousnessandgivinglevel vegetariandishestosharewith of its members to the Corn- the group, bined Jewish Appeal. Tzedakah In case of inclement in the general community is weather, the party will be held also encouraged. in the Auditorium of the JCC For more information, con- Singles and couples in their tact Nancy Ludin at 407-645- 20s, 30s and early 40s are en- 5933, ext. 239, or e-mail her at couraged to attend. The pro- nancyl@orlandojewish gram is social. Sukkot bless- Or Hadash cooks KRAUSE serving up HARVEY COHEN (1) and MITCHEL their delicacies in the sukkah. HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, OCTOBER 10, 2003 I I I IIIr I' ml I ]1 Bar Mitzvah lan Jacob Tasman, son of Raci and Dean Tasman of Orlando will be called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on Wednesday, October 15 at the Hebrew Congrega- tion of St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands. Ian is in the seventh grade at Arbor Ridge Mag- net School where he is on the Honor Roll, in the band and the Math Club. He is also a member of-the Trin- ity Prep Swim Team. His interests include cooking, waterskiing and traveling. Sharing in the family's simcha are his brothers, Seth, Noah and Or,y; grandfather, Irving Tasman of Orlando; grandparents, Helene and AI Barrom of Longwood and many relative and friends from all over the country. Shown here (l-r): VIOLETT NOTIS, RITA WEISSMANN (Rishona Chaverot president) and RACHEL BENMERGUI in Moroccan caftans. Come to a party, have fun,macaroni and cheese,or other celebrate Simchat Torah - a pasta dish or pasta salad--no time for rejoicing. The com- meat. Other types of salad, munity is invited to an out- such as potato salad, bean door Patio Potluck feast at salad, vegetable or garden Congregation Beth Am, 1899 salad, fruit salad, kugel, tuna Sand Lake Rd kongwood at 7 or other casseroles. Be aware p.m Saturday, Oct. 18 fol- that you cannot use any prod- lowed by services, ucts which contain meat, such Each family is requested to as chicken soup stock---check bring either a covered casse- labels for ingredients. role (hot or cold) dairy only, For questions about what vegetable dish, salad or des- tobringortoR.S.V.P contact sert--cnough to share, plus a Mark or Debbie Davids at 407- two liter bottle or 12 packsoda. 869-0238 or e-mail Suggested menu items: date of jewelry Brandeis University Na- Sara Hart will show her tionaI Women's Committee of jewelry as art and suggest Flagler&Volusiacountiesand ways to create new jewelry its Men's Group, announces from old treasured pieces. that the Sara Hart Jewelry pro- The public is invited; the cost gram, originallyscheduled for is $5. Oct. 15, has been rescheduled R.S.V.P. by Nov. 6, to to Nov. 12, at 1 p.m. at the- Linda 386-439-6257 Ormond Heritage Condo- (Flagler) or Lois 386-441- minium, Ormond Beach. 2226 (Volusia). Jewish teenagers in grades They will be meeting on al- 9 thru 12 are invited to join ternating Sundays at 12:15 MFTY (Melbourne Federation p.m. at Temple Israel, 7350 of Temple Youth), starting up Lake Andrew Dr Viera. Faro- the fall season under the su- ily membership in Temple Is- pervision of MFTY graduate, rael is not a requirement for Rebecca Shillings. teens who wish to join MFTY. Shillings was a long time For more information please member back in the early 90s call Temple Israel at 386-631- and has returned to lead the 9494 and leave a message for group. Rebecca Shillings. at More than 130 women at- SheilaGreenspoonandCarole tended the Jewish Moroccan Heller welcomed everyone Henna at the first meeting of with a lovely traditional treat RishonaChaverotHadassahheld of Jordan almonds, sesame on Sept. 2, 2003. Violett Notis, cookies, and hummus usually Rachel Benmergui, and Solly found at Moroccan occasions. Haber for shared their beautiful The ambiance was set by the caftans and taught the group exotic yet familiar music of about a henna, a Moroccan pre- Bob Glickman of "Mantanah" nuptial bridal celebration, and the extraordinary voice of President Rita Weissmann Jacqueline Raweizer of Con- and Program Vice-Presidents gregation of Liberal Judaism. Bistro at the Ballet draws CJA contributors Bistro at the Ballet brought 100 donors together for an evening of entertainment and giving, sponsored by the Jewish Federation. Donors at the event contribute hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to the Com- blned Jeu ish Appeal Campaign. Shown here (1-r back row): CRAIG PHILLIPS and RON ROBBINS; (from row): SUSAN BIERMAN and TONI ROBBINS. Dr. MARK and SHARi KLAFTER. " touch lives, open hearts, l and heal souls. JFS Tribute Cards send more than a messsage When is a cardmore than a card? When it is a Jewish Family Services Tribute card! JFS Tribute Card program helps support vital pro- gramming that strengthen families in the greater Orlando community. Whether you are honoring a special person, commemorating an occasion or event, or reaching out to someone who has recently lost a loved one, say it with a Tribute card. Your gift not only relays your sentiments but also helps someone in the community in need of assistance. Three differently designed cards are available at three levels of giving, $10 - $24, $25- $49, and $50+ and are tax deductible. Card donations can be mailed or phoned in and acknowledgements are sent immedi, ately to the people on your list. Please contact the JFS office at 407.644.7593 to order your cards or for additional information. Jewish Family reminds you to scan Jewish Family Services con- tinues its participation in the Aibertsons Community Part- ners Program. Every time you shop at Albertsons and have your Community Partner card scanned by the cashier, a per- centage of the total will ben- efit Jewish Family Services KidsKonnect program " be- gin the healing, provide the hope, secure the future." To obtain a Community Partners card, please call the Development Office at Jewish Family Services, 407-664- 7593, ext. 241. Showyour sup- port for the children in this community by simply havi your Community Partner scanned each time you shOP Albertsons.