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PAGE 10A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, DECEMBER 5, 2014 Chanukah I:elebrations Clermont Chanukah pariy open to t,00e community Larry Laridn, famous Brit- ish comedian and seasoned headliner. The Jewish Friends Club of Kings Ridge is hosting a Clermont Chanukah Party that will be open to the en- tire community on Tuesday evening, Dec. 16--the first night of Chanukah. There will be a special Chanukah Candle Lighting Ceremony performed by Cantor Isaac Kriger and Rabbi Howard Schwartz of Temple L'Chayim in Clermont. This celebration event is a terrific opportunity for the community to join together and to learn about Jewish tradition, history, culture and heritage. Cantor Isaac Kriger, with Elizabeth Brahm-Kriger, singer accompanist, will pres- ent "The Story Of Chanukah" with a melody of traditional Chanukah music. This show will include cabaret singers and comedy. The Cabaret Comique Show will feature Larry Larkin, famous British comedian and seasoned headliner. Larkin has been featured internationally on British TV as well as on cruise ships, in come@ clubs and theatres from Great Brit- ain to the U.S. He has opened shows for Lanie Kazan, Al Martino and most recently for Charo on their tours through- out Florida. Larkin is a very tasteful and truly zany come- dian who is known to capture hearts and leave the audience bursting with laughter. An array of delicious Cha- nukah potato latkes with sour cream and applesauce, fruit, salads, drinks, refreshments and traditional holiday treats will be catered by Too Jays Deli of Ocoee. The Clermont Chanukah Party is scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. This open community- sponsored eventwill be held at the King's Ridge Club House at 1900 Kings Ridge Boulevard in Clermont. Tickets may be reserved for only $18 per per- son by calling Nathan Axel at 352-242-6135 before Dec. 12. For more information on The Jewish Friends Club of Kings Ridge, contact Jay Forman at 352-241-6030. For more information on Temple L'Chayim, call Nathan Axel at 352-242-6135 or visit: www. TempleLChayim.com. Jewish i ,00:aaemy of Orlando concer L at Mead Gardens T,, ,anuka,,akea b,e out of your holiday shopping with Too Jay's Gift Cards. .......... With each $50 gift card purchase in any denomination - ,. .... receive a $10 Holiday Bonus Card with our compliments through December 31. -Ioliday Bonus Card redeemable February 28, 2015. Orlando Colonial MarketPlaza (407) 894-1718 East Orlando Waterford Lakes Town Center (407) 249-9475 Southwest Orlando The Marketplace at Dr. Phillips (407) 355-0340 Ocoee Shoppes of Ocoee (407) 798-2000 Altamonte Springs Palm Springs Shopping Center (407) 830-1770 Lake Mary Lake Mary Centre (407) 833-0848 www.toojays.com Information 866.7400.6655 www.0000'#600lAvzeoj00e.org Cornerstone is conxnitled to caring for all hospice palients regardless of payer source or ability to pay. 100% Covered by Medicare & Medicaid Music for the Chanukah celebration is provided by (l-r) Bill Gifford, bass; Randy Nichols, drums; Beth Schafer, guitar; and John Marsden, keys. On Sunday, Dec. 14, Mead Botanical Garden, located at 1300 S. Denning Dr., Winter Park, will be the picturesque backdrop for the Jewish Acad- emy of Orlando's Chanukah celebration, which will include food, socializing and a concert featuring local spiritual leader Beth Schafer of Temple Shir Shalom and her band, com- prised of Bill Gifford on bass, Randy Nichols on drums, John Marsden on keyboard and Schafer on guitar. 5019096 Schafer has been blazing a trail in contemporary Jewish music for many years and she and her band perform con- certs all over of the country. The Jewish Academy of Or- lando is excited to have them help to usher in the holiday. Doors will open at 3 p.m. with the pre-show beginning at 3:30 p.m., followed by the concert at 4 p.m. All pro- ceeds will benefit the Jewish Academy's eighth-graders' Israel trip, which is the much- anticipated highlight of the student's educational experi- ence at the Jewish Academy. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased at www. jewishacademyorlando.org/ index.php/giving/concer t- form. For more information about the Jewish Academy of Orlando or to arrange a visit to the school, please contact Jessica Mishael, admissions manager, atjmishael@myjao. org or 407-647-0713. Lighting the festival lights in Celebration Join Rabbi Cowin as he leads Celebration Jewish Congregation (CJC) in its ob- servance of Chanukah the Festival of Lights. On Tuesday, Dec. 16, CJC will welcome the beginning of Chanukah with the lighting of the community menorah located in Market Street Park, near the fountain. For those new to Celebration, it's at the intersection of Celebration Avenue and Market Street, directly across from Celebra- tion's original City Hall and the Post Office. The service will start promptly at 5:15 p.m. Tra- ditional Chanukah prayers will be chanted and lots of great Chanukah songs will be sung to remind everyone of the miracle of the Chanukah season. All those attending the service will be treated to de- licious pizza and a beverage from the Upper Crust Pizzeria on Market Street. In addition, all children will receive a traditional Chanukah gift box filled with dreidels, chocolate coins, and other treats. Please RSVP to Mark Green- stein, secretary/treasure of Celebration Jewish Congrega- tion, at gmarklO@msn.com, the number of adults and children who will attend. Custom Print Marketing I C-- Anr Digil &- O Prindng Brochures  Boolets Direct IvW Servic Forrm C- Lett 407-767-7110 .= c. Mmdm'rhis ,lmd I: I Iooum