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The Charlotte Jewish news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 19??-current, August 01, 1988, Image 18

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Page 18-THE NEWS-August, 1988 =asBSBBsssss=smsB^aBssssasssBss^=sss==assss===s!ass=s^=ffP!!^^ssa:mfmmimmKmimmmmmmmmmmmmm Our Temples and Organizations Temple Happenings Beth El V’Shalom Sept. 2*5 - Wildacres Retreat Israel Aug. 12 - Family Service, 8 p.m. Bar/Bat Mitzvah Temple Beth El V’Shalom Aug. 6 - Matthew Sanders, son of Mr. & Mrs. Barry Sanders Temple Israel Aug. 13 • Mitchell Scharf, son of Charlene Scharf and Michael Scharf Aug. 20 - Elizabeth Nordin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nordin Aug. 27 - Dodie Brodsky, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Bob Brodsky B’nai B’rith Men’s Activities Temple Israel to Begin Jewish Hospice Program Board members have been busy planning the slate of events for the coming year with our monthly speaker pro grams scheduled to begin in September. There were some interesting summer events held and some yet to come! In May, members headed out to the old ballfield to see the Charlotte Knights baseball game. Afterwards, they went to the Press Box to watch some of the NBA playoffs. Our June program saw the continued emphasis on ath letic events as the lodge visited Coliseum Lanes to try our luck at bowling. Although the talent was better than ex pected, the Pro-Bowlers Tour has nothing to fear, unless they start awarding prize money for the lowest score. High series honors went to Stuart Cohen and Scott Menaker with the low series prize money going to Drew Levinson. August will be busy as we get ready for our yearly kick- off. The annual lodge blood drive will take place on Satur day, August 6, at the JCC from noon-4 p.m. Appoint ments are required; call Jim Meadow, 541-9545, to be scheduled to give blood or to volunteer to help with this event. B'nai B’rith Men and Women appreciate £dl your help in making this year’s drive a big success. The annual membership drive, otherwise known as August Freeze, will be held on Sunday, August 21, at Park Road Park. This event allows our members, families and guests to socialize and discuss our sununer trips and happen ings. It is a great way to start the year sind meet fellow lodge members, especially with the lodge supplying all the food and drink. For information, please contact Peter Levinson, 365-2047. Questions about membership should be directed to Jeff Turk, 563-2603, or any board member. Temple Israel will begin training for its Jewish Hospice program at Shalom Park on August 18 from 7:30-10 p.m. The purpose of this program is to provide help to those families in the congregation with terminally ill members, be it a Shabbat dinner to respite care and emotional support. This program will not take the place of Hospice Charlotte, but will be its Jewish complement. The tar- HaLailah B*nai HaLailah members continue, to be busy through the sum mer. Members have been ac tive in the following projects; • Crisis Assistance — The conrniunity was very generous in its contributions to our clothing drive in May. Mem bers of HaLailah gathered at the home of Penny Eisenberg to sort bags and bags of sum mer and winter clothing. • March of Dimes Phonathon — Members helped solicit funds for this armual event. • Project Graduation — HaLailah celebrated with this year’s graduates at Carowinds by providing chaperones dur ing the night’s festivities. • Membership Tea — On June 1, HaLailah welcomed three new members to our ranks. Thanks to Mindy Mes- con for the delicious desserts and the successful evening. Upcoming Events HaLailah will again be seU- ing PINE NEEDLES for an early October delivery. Watch for order forms at the JCC soon. For more information get dates for training and the subjects to be covered are as follows: Aug. 18 — Statement of Pur pose, Family Dynamics and the Profile of a Family with a Terminally 111 Member. Aug. 25 — Communication and Listening SkiUs, When to Seek Professional Help, Recognizing Your Own Limitations, Confidentiality. Sept. 1 — Spiritual Com ponents of Care and Bereave- B’rith Women call Jackie Stutts, 364-8360 or Penny Eisenberg, 847-4037. PICNIC AND PONDER on August 30 will kick off HaLailah’s 1988-89 year. The covered-dish dinner will be held at the home of Penny Eisenberg, 9554 Hunting Ct., Matthews, at 7 p.m. RSVP to Penny at 847-4037. A tea for perspective new members will be Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. at Lauren Lassman’s, 10401 Nine Iron Ct. If you are interested or want more infor mation call Lauren, 846-3310 or Mindy Mescon, 846-4658. HaLailah is beginning to prepare Holiday Baskets for the High Holidays. A festive assortment of holiday necessi ties and gifts are distributed through Jewish Family Ser vices to aid shut-ins, the elder ly, and the needy in celebrat ing Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. Donations are ap preciated. Please send con tributions to Karen Rasen- berg, 4612 Deanscroft Dr., Matthews 28105, or call 542-9222. ment Issues, Religious Con cerns. These sessions will be con ducted by professionals. It wiU be necessary to attend aU of them to be assigned to help a family. Please call Linda Binnick, 552-1435, or the Temple office, 376-2796, to let us know whether you are interested and can attend on these dates. —Linda Binnick Charlotte BBW A beautiful assortment of New Year greeting cards are now available through BBW. To order your cards, call Mae Kropp, 542-1164. A delightful brunch/pro gram was held for the mem bership on July 20 at Ran dolph Park Apartments club house. Carol Troy Interiors in formed the group about vari ous decorating projects. —Laurie Wertheimer THE DILWORXH CONSIGNMENT SHOP STREET CAR STATION 310 EAST BLVD. 1&2 332-0668 Mon.-Fri. Sat ICMi 1(M —Scott Menaker Charlotte Flower Shop The Usual — Unusual Specializing in Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Weddings We also carry gourmet and fruit baskets 1601 Elizabeth Ave. Charlotte, NC 28204 332-8586 542-3396 SHIRLEY SILVERSTEIN Let me help you CREATE and DESIGN your invitations; Bar/Bat Mitzvahs & Weddings • Stationery Commercial & Social Announcements Christmas, Jewish New Year, Other Holiday Cards Personalized attention given in my home at your convenience 4240 Woodflltti Discounts given Other Hobday Ca ^en in my home i ience m ta Lmm* F iSkirCiy'f m —Lisa Pharr Community Calendar Liaison The Federation Office will be taking over the time con suming job of Calendar Liaison: the scheduling of events fcH* community organizatims, efiFective iauE^atdy. Char lotte Chapter B’nai B'rith Wopien will still maintain com plete control over the coordlination, printing and dis tribution of this fund raising project. I^e Federation Of fice will« however, be a more central location and help all organizations in planning their events without conflict To schedule an event or for information regarding a date in question, call Linda Levy, 366-5007. It Pays To Advertise 3 If YOU WANT to Reach the Jewish Market YOU MUST Adver- tise in the Charlotte Jewish News. 366-9715 366-5007 366-6632 R USSELL’S PHOTOGRAPHY • Studio Near Pinevilla. N. C. • E. ROBIN RUSSELL PORTRAITS WEDDINGS CALL: SPECIAL EVENTS 542*8711 COMMERCIAL DAYS OR EVENINGS

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