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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, DECEMBER 25, 2009 ,JCC staff holds hw, zan menorah contest PAGE 13A The staff of the Jew- ish Community Center of Greater Orlando competed in a two--week challenge called the "Eight Dares of Chanukah" at both its Maitland and Jack & Lee Rosen Southwest Orlando campuses. The first dare was to create a human me- norah. Some other dares in- cluded Chanukah Olympics, drinking less-than-pleasant "Chanukah Nog" and Mim- ing for a Dime. Irene Wieder with Maitland's Room 2 children. Stenz ler performs at Horizon E ay Chanukah party JCC J University staff in Maitland tied for first place in the humanmenorah contest. Jonathan Knudsen, Carolina Medina, Gwen Blake, Julie Varkonyi and Liz Loftus are with the children in the J University after-school program. JCC Rosen campus employees Brett l, ipenslqt, Jaya Oleksnianski, Lauren Friedman, Oscar Ortiz, Hillary Brook, Fred Harrington, Ed Morales, Nicole Irvine and Jamie Schwartz tied for first place in the human menorah contest. Jewish Pavilion volunteers dance to the music. "This was the best concert ever," said Jackie Levitt, who coordinates the menu for all of the Jewish Pavilion musi- cal programs. "The musi- cians were so animated and totally engaged the audience in song." The Jewish Pavilion spon- sored a free, intergenerational Chanukah concert Dec. 13 at Horizon Bay, an assisted living facility in Altamonte Springs. The musician was guitarist Paul Stenzler, whose music appeals to all ages. His daughter, Rachel, a student at the University of Central Florida, and his partner, Terri Fine, sang along and added pizazz to the program. The se- nior residents at Horizon Bay sang and clapped throughout the program while the Jewish volunteers danced and sang. The entire crowd enjoyed free potato latkes, applesauce, soufganiyot, Chanukah cup- cakes and Chanukah cookies prepared by Temple Israel teens. Paul Stenzler grew up in the New York metropolitan area and started leading bands and writing music as a teenager. He played the guitar, piano and saxophone in various groups. Before moving to Florida in 1980, Stenzler lived and performed in Israel, California and Canada. While in Florida he led the variety band Rhythm Release, as a guitarist and lead vocalist for over 20 years, and played throughout the state at private parties and music festivals. His interests include jazz, Middle Eastern, Latin and Jewish music. !i!!:ili!! Paul Stenzler on guitar. Chanukah food volunteers are Jackie Levitt (1), Arlene Douglas and Howard Sherman Rachel Stenzler and Terri Fine provide pizazz to the program. Estate Taxes. Swords. Well, we can help make one of them easier to swallow. Traditional estate planning is an unpleasant responsibility. Then there's The Wealth Enjoyment System , a transformational approach to estate planning that can help give you confidence about your family's future- while letting you enjoy your life and wealth and helping you improve your children's lifestyle to_.__y. By focusing on your personal and financial goals, the experienced financial planners on your Wealth Enjoyment Team make planning a positive experience for you and your family. It's simple. And rewarding. Call Udell Associates at 1-800-725-6511 to learn how The Wealth Enjoyment System can benefit you and your family today! The.Wealth 00Enloyment System  Estate Planning for Life uden Associates Estate Planning Designers & Developers Sarasota, Florida 941-951-0443 Orlando, Florida 407-660-0330 Email: Website: Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered through NFP Securities, Inc. a Broker/Dealer, Member FINRA/SIPC and a Federally Registered Investment Advisor. Investment Advisory Services may also be offered through Asset Management Partners a Registered Investment Advisor. Udell Associates is an affiliate of NFP Securities, Inc. and a subsidiary of National Financial Partners Corp., the parent company of NFP Securities, Inc. NFP Securities, Inc. does not provide tax or legal advice. Any decisions whether to implement these ideas should be made by the client in consultation with professional financial, tax and legal counsel.