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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, DECEMBER 12, 2014 PAGE 3A Congregation Beth Israel in the Reconstructionist of Ocala invites the commu- movement. nity to a "Lunch and Learn" Rabbi Ho!tzman, a Re- on Sunday Jan. 11, 2015 at constructionist Rabbinical 11 a.m. at the Arbor Confer- College graduate in 1979, is ence Center at On Top of the presently the rabbi of a newly World RetirementCommuni- founded Tikkun Olom Cha- ties in Ocala. The program vurah and is on the regular will feature Rabbi Linda faculty of the Reconstruc- Holtzman who will speaktionist Rabbinical College. about the history of the Re- She has held pulpits in the constructionist movement, Philadelphia area at Beth its contributions to Judaism Israel where she was the first and the implications for the woman to serve a Conserva- future. Her presentation will tive congregation, andat Beth be from the vantage point of Ahavah. She is the founder a rabbi who has spent most and organizer of the Recon- of her rabbinic life working structionistChevraKadishaof Philadelphia, on the board of Philadelphia's New Sanctuary Movement and Heeding God's Call and on the national board of Jewish Voice for Peace. A light lunch will be served at a cost of $5 per person. For further information, please contact Judi at 352-237-8277. This program is made pos- sible by a grant from the Jew- ish Council of North Central Florida. Congregation Beth Israel is a liberal, inclusive, community and is a Jewish Community in association with the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. wishes all of our friends in the Jewish community I a very Happy Hanukkah! Serving children in K-4 through Grade 6...since 1968! 1450 South Orlando Avenue Maitland 407-647-3038 Park Maitland School is fully accredited by The Florida Council of Independent Schools & The Florida Kindergarten Council ..... ~i~ \ Chabad of South Orlandoing snow sledding down real Chabad presents its Menorah is hosting a Chanukah Win- snow; at 5:45 p.m. the Grand mobile parade. Leaving from ter Community Festival on Menorah will be lit; at 6:15 ChabadCenter, 7504Univer- Sunday, Dec. 21, featuring a p.m. Lazer Lloydwill perform sal Blvd. at 6 p.m., the parade concert with Lazar Lloyd, Is- in concert; and at 6:45 p.m. will head down I-Drive, with rael'skingoftheblues;aswell prizes from raffles will be children riding in a stretch as snow cones, donuts, cotton awarded, hummer and families dis- candy, crafts, necklaces and On Monday, Dec. 22, allplaying a Menorah on their light-up menorahs. Chabad Centers in Greater cars. To join the parade and The festival will be held at Orlando will join together get a car Menorah, call 407- Chabad of South Orlando's for ice skating, Menorah 354-3660. new location, 7347 W. Sand lighting and Jewish music For more information Lake Road, and admission at the RDV Sportsplex Ice about these events or to learn is free. Den, 8701 Maitland Sum-more about Chanukah, call Starting at 4:30 p.m. there mit Blvd. 407-354-3660 or visit www. will be snow activities, includ- Then, on Tuesday, Dec. 23, jewishol will light Join Jewish National Fund's Women for night" with girlfriends old and new. The Israel for their Light the Night Chanukah event begins at 7 p.m. The JCC is located Celebration Thursday, Dec. 18, at the at 851 Maitland Avenue. Roth JCC of Greater Orlando. Celebrate RSVP is required to the festival of lights with an evening of or 561-447-9733. Israeli dancing, latkes, sufganiyot, and all For more information, please contact of your favorite Chanukah treats. Bring Laura Abramson at or your menorah and candles to "light the 407-804-5568. Volunteering has no age limit Shirley Schoenberger has been volunteering with Jewish Pavilion for just a few months and she is already recruiting others to join her. Shown here are her two grandsons, Noah (right) and Jared Weiss, who joined Shirley and her husband, Peter, on a recent Friday afternoon. Fifth-grader Noah and third-grader Jared, who attend religious school at Congregation Ohev Shalom, were on Thanksgiving school break from Lake Sybelia Elementary School and spending time with their grandparents doing a wonderful mitzvah of leading Shabbat services at Brookdale Island Lake (formerly Chambrel Island Lake). Children of all ages are encouraged and welcome to volunteer with seniors at any of the 50 senior living communities Jewish Pavilion serves. The Jewish Pavilion says thank you to the Schoenberg/Weiss families for helping in such a meaningful way. i ii ili!iill i il i i iiilr F L 0 R I D A E W I S H N 1~ W S SPECIAL CELEBRATION ISSUE ARY 30, 2015 Hundreds of different parties will be held in the Jewish community throughout :~ the coming year. HERITAGE readers will be in need of a variety of products and services, including hotels, hair salons, clothing stores, jewelers, printers, florists, restaurants and many others. You can reach this exclusive buying market by placing your advertising message in the HERITAGE Special Celebration Issue. Don't let those weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and other simchas pass : ii you by. Make sure your business is included on our readers' shopping lists. Advertising Deadline: January 23, 2015 ! , For More Information, Call: 407-834-8787