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PAGE 10A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, OCTOBER 31, 2014 By Pamela Ruben ages, ranging from babies to Gerry Stein and Ruth "Billy" generations come together," allwalkers a chance to honor importance of remembering bubbles, made good on this Goldhar were the "most se- said Pam Ruben, market-family members with a sign ourcherishedseniorsinlong- "Each year, the Jewish promise by taking part in the nior"attendees, ing director of the Jewish bearing their name. As we term care," stated Nancy Lu- Pavilion's A Walk in the Park, Pavilion's annual A Walk in "The Jewish Pavilion relies Pavilion. walked along Crane's Roost, din, JewishPavilionexecutive reminds us of the promise the Park, benefitting seniors on support from every gen- Additionally, more than50 our path was marked by director. "Thank you for your each generation has made in long-term care facilities eration. We were so happy participants memorialized the footprints of those who multi-generational support to honor, respect and look in Greater Orlando. At just to see community members loved ones by purchasing walked before us." anddonations,withyourhelp out for our senior commu- 10 weeks old, Jack Broffman of all ages walk arm-in-arm "footprints" on the path. "The Walk is the Pavilion's we can continue to enhance nity," said Norma Ball, event was the event's youngest to enhance the lives of our Walk Co-Chair Toby Van-biggest annual fundraising the lives of the elderly, and co-chair. On Sunday, Oct. 26, participant, while Village on seniors at today's walk. Ev- demark explained, "The event, and delivers a message help ensure that no senior hundredsofparticipantsofall the Green's nonagenarians, eryone benefits when the 'footprints on the path' gave to the community about the grows old all alone." The Walk's youngest Feuerman). Pamela Ruben participant, lO-week-old Jack Broffman (grandson of Carol The Walk's 'most senior' participants, and Ruth "Billy" Goldhar. Pamela Ruben Village on the Green nonagenarians Gerry Stein Pamela Ruben The family of Bunny Rosen and walk sponsors--the Masin and Epstein families. Christine DeSouza Shown here (l-r): John Briganti on drums, Howard Herman on Sax and Achile DeSanctis played the trumpet as the walkers began to stroll. The band members were courtesy of Paul Stenzler's Rhythm Release. Christine DeSouza "Footp~'nts on the Path' were purchased in remembrance of those who have gone before us. Christine DeSouza Jewish Pavilion Executive Director Nancy Ludin with her mother, Gloria Newberger. Pamela Ruben D' Agsotino, who also Pamela Ruben Brother and sister singing sensations Walt Goldstein and Penny Congregation Beth Am led the way as the Walk started, was master of ceremonies.