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The Charlotte Jewish news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 19??-current, November 01, 1979, Image 6

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Page 6-THE NEWS-November 1979 ACTIVITIES CLASSES What’s Cooking At The JCC Political Issues Lecture Series The Jewish Community Center is proud to present a 4- session lecture-discussion series entitled “Political Issues To day”. This timely series will ad dress the major issues faced in this election year and in the future. It is an ooportunity to become infori express opinions, and be a part of a dialogue with someone “in the know”. The series will be moderated by Mr. Heinz Jaffe and has been coordinated through the efforts of Dr. Harold Josephson of UNCC. It will be held on four Wednesday evenings, November 7th and 14th and December 5th and 12th, at 8 p.m. at the JCC. (This will not conflict with Wednes day Symphony Series). The following topics will be discussed: November 7th - “Energy and America’s Future” - Carlos Bell, Celanese Professor of Civil Engineering, UNCC November 14th - “U.S. - Rus sian Relations: Salt II and It’s Future” - Harry Chemotsky, Asst. Professor of Political Science, UNCC Decmeber 5th - “The Infla tion, Economy and You” - Ronald Madsen, Asst. Professor of Economics, UNCC December 12th - “Politics, Politicians & The 1980 Elec tions” - William McCoy, Associate Professor of Political Science, UNCC Register now by calling the JCC (366-0357). The fee is $8/members and $12/non- members. Chefs Choice Ken Blackney and Brian Madden, chefs from the Silver Cricket Restaurant on South Blvd. are shown preparing Flounder Asparagus as part of the Chefs Choice class being sponsored this semester at the JCC. The participants in the class have the opportunity to meet and leam from six of Charlotte’s finest chefs each representing a major restaurant. The six restaurants are Riccio’s, the Silver Oicket, Cafe Eugene, House of Hunan, Bread basket and Feathers. Each chef prepares in front of the class a speciality such as veal or fish or a baked dessert. The class observes the entire preparation, has the oppor tunity to ask questions, receives printed copies of the recipe and - most important • gets to sample a generous' portion of the finished product. Our New Year Baby! Proud mother, Sara Schrieh- man, Jcc Youth Director, with Philip Daniel. Father, Michael, was busy hand ing out cigars. Chance For Personal Growth The Jewish Community Center will present a S-session workshop entitled “Personal Power and How To Use It”. It will be held on three consecutive Thursdays, November 1,8 & 15, at 10 a.m. at the JCC. What is personal power and how does it enable us to enlarge our boun daries? Mary Williams, a men tal health ^ucator, will lead this important workshop in dealing with the power we have to change our lives and the ways we choose to use this power to reveal ourselves to others. Don’t miss out on this unique oppor tunity for personal growth. Call the JCC today (366-0357) to register. The fee is $8/members and $12/non-members. JCC Contribution Cards The JCC has beautiful con tribution cards available for all occasions. Phone: 366- 0357. Chefs Ken Blackney and Brian Madden preparing **flounder asparagus”. Lynn Cojac and Sharon Katz look over the final dish in preparation for sitting down to enjoy it. Women^s View A ONE DAY WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN DATE: Wednesday, November28 TIME: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. PLACE: Jewish Community Center FEE: $4.60/M $6/NM INCLUDES LUNCH* PROGRAM: WOMEN IN THE ARTS A.M. I. “An Adventure Into Theater” Program: Kasey Klug — Actress ^ Marilyn Carter - Artistic Director, Mint Museum Theater P.M. II. “Women Artists” Speaker: Cheryl Palmer, Curator of Education, Mint Museum of Art •LUNCH CATERED BY DELITOWN Provided by the JCC includes sandwich plate, dessert & drink CHOICE OF: corned beef, salami, tuna, turkey, roast beef, chicken salad Babysitting Available By Registration Only. $2.00 Per Child. Bring child’s lunch; JCC will provide punch. ‘ NAME ADDRESS J»HONE CHOICE OF SANDWICH BABYSITTING NEEDED XHILD (REN) ENCLOSED For further information call: Bobbie Bernstein at the JCC (366-0357) Scouting Every Monday night at 7:30 p.m. the “J” becomes the center of activity for Boy Scout Troop #4. Although the aims and pur poses of scouting should be well known, many parents are still unaware of the benefits to be derived when their son turns to scouting. The Boy Scouts build character by teaching leadership, self discipline, team work and citizenship. Leadership is practiced at all levels where the scout is challenged but not overwhelm ed. Self discipline is taught through physical activities and by learning the wide fange of in formation which is needed for advancement. This instills self confidence and self reliance, both very important to a young boy. Learning to work with others towards a common goal shows the value of team effort. Above and beyond the skills of teen sports teamwork, scouting teaches leadership. Troop #4 is relatively small at present, however its excellent leadership affords rare oppor tunities for boys to grow and ad vance with the troop. Advance ment programs have many op tions designed to meet the needs and interests of all. Scouting recognizes that every box is an individual with very special per sonal requirements. Prospective scouts will be pleased to know that the troop usually camps out one weekend per month at which time Scout crafts and skills are taught. Out door survival emphasizes crafts such as building shelters, use of axe, knife, and rope workl Other skills cover cooldng, first aid, water safety, conservation and ecology. A variety of such crafts and skills are also stressed dur ing campouts and regular meetings. During the summer Boy, Scout Camp offers the op portunity to put all this valuable knowledge'to practical use. These are just some of the many reasons why parents should encourage their sons to become Boy Scouts. At the most formative time of his Ufe^ a young boy can become part of the troop and enjoy a strong •sense of belonging. He will be an integral part of a vibrant and productive peer group. Aliy boy is welcome to join Scouting if he is 11 years old or lOVi years old and has com pleted 5th grade. For 'further information please call' Scout Master Bill Beamer at 568-6424, Assistant Scout Master David lintz at 364-0227, or Chairman of Troop Committee Jack Lash at 364- 0419. THE JCC CENTER OF THINGS Swimmer Insurance Agency, Inc, For All Your Insurance N«edt • Auto • Home • Life Scott Swimmer - David Swimmer - Harry Swimmer 333-6694 CARR AS REALTY COMPANY MLS Ann Langman • For All Your Real Elstate Needs • Office 526-6900 Residence 364-1691

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