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,outneastern virginia JeWlSll News COMMUNITY NEWS i00me Time mem-m-bers to tour Holocaust Museum By Dorothy Zimmermon lecture there will be time to tour A unique tour of the Holo- caust Museum in Washington, D.C. has been planned by Prime Time, an educational and travel group under the auspices of the Jewish Community Center of Tidewater. A Holocaust Museum curator will discuss her view of the Museum's exhibits, why certain areas were emphasized and the staff's experience presenting the story of the Shoah to the public. This behind-the-scenes presenta- tion will be unlike anything you might have heard in previous visits, and it will be an opportu- nity to spend the day with friends old and new. In addition to the the facility, have lunch and peruse the extensive collection of books, posters, etc. in the Muse- um's gift shop. Before departing Washington, we will stop at the Roosevelt Memorial to view the sculptures and gardens depicting FDR and Eleanor. No matter your view of the position of this president during World War II vis-a-vis European Jewry, the site is impressive and well worth a visit. Keep in mind that the ini- tial plan for the sculpture of the President was controversial when it was decided that he would be depicted as other than physically disabled. 'Coffee and Nibbles' an enjoyable event Over 30 women enjoyed our March 3 Prime Time "Coffee and Nibbles." The three panelists, Mimi Karesh, Thelma Laderberg and Ethel-Raye Greenspan, regaled the group with stories of "Growing up as Jewish Women in the South." Many women added their own personal insights, which enriched the members' under- standing of other areas and made for a spirited discussion. Watch for a schedule of future Prime Time activities. Prime Time plans to visit the Holocaust Museum on April 7. DATE: April 7, 2003 DEPARTURE: 7:00 a.m. promptly / (no latecomers) COFFEE: coffee/snacks, JCC Lobby, 6:45 a.m. LUNCH: provided at Holocaust Museum RETURN: toJCCT ,Approx. 7 p.m., snacks included SIGN-UP: by March 31, 2003 COST: $56 per person, JCC members, $68 for non-mem- bers including transportation, coffee and snacks, lunch admission ADULT B'NEI MFIZVAH: Ohef Sholom Temple is proud to announce the recent Adult B'nei Mitzvah celebrated on Feb. 22. Mazel Toy to the Ohef Sholom Temple Adult B'nei Mitzvah Class of 2003 in the photo above. Bottom row, Leslie Legum, left, Carol Sherman, Gregg Henderschiedt, Gall Bachman; back row, Betty Sacks, left, Donna Kootner and Dr. David Metzger. Also in photo are Rabbi Michael Joseph, far left, and Cantor Jennifer Bern-Vogel, far right. Are you aware that a woman is battered every 9 seconds in the United States, two thirds of all attacks on women are by a husband or a boyfriend, and that women am injured as a result of domestic vio- lence? Hadassah, the largest women's membership organization in the United States, is acting to stop domestic violence by advocating for passage and full funding of the ,00Op-ri on? Consider Adoption Resources of Jewish Family Service Experienced,caring professionals. We will help you with: Infertility Counseling Home Studies Parental Placement Agency Adoption International Adoption Post Adoptive Supervision Attorney Collaboration For more information call: (757) 459-4640 Serving families of all religions. Violence Against Women Act, pro- viding assistance to domestic vio- lence coalitions and battered women's shelters, and by creating innovative awareness program- ming. As a voice of women, the Tide- water (young women's) Chapter of Hadassah will be setting up dona- tion drop boxes throughout the Tidewater area to collect toiletries such as shampoo, soap, deodorant, razors, toothpaste, tooth brushes, towels, and wash clothes, and con- tainers such as bags, buckets, and baskets. The collected items will be used to create welcome pack- ages to help women, particularly those affected by domestic vio- lence, start over. The items collect- ed will be donated to the Samaritan House, which provides services to women throughout the Tidewater area. Donation drop boxes will be located at Temple Beth-E1, The Jewish Community Center, The Hebrew Academy, Temple Emanuel, Ohef Sholom Temple, and Congregation Beth Chaverim. Items will be collected during the entire month of April. The Cub Scouts Pack 331 will be helping us create the welcome packages. In addition, The Ghent School and their Ladies' Club will collect items and create welcome baskets. Those wishing more informa- tion may call Cheryl Levinso, at 563-8153 or by e-mail at levinsons_2001 Youth Aliyah luncheon The Norfolk-Virginia Beach Chapter of Hadassah will hold its annual Youth Aliyah luncheon on April 6 at the home of Sue Cohen. Marc Leepson, author of Saving Monticello will be the guest speaker. Leepson's Saving Monticello  traces the story of the Levy fami- ly and their commitment to pre- serving one of America's greatest monuments. Leepson details the life and times of the two genera- tions of this remarkable family that preserved Monticello. Those wishing to attend the luncheon and program may do so with a Youth Aliyah donation of $36; covert for members and guest is $20. Those wishing to make reservations may call Deedee 428-0456 or Glenda, 587-3116. 00ISRAELBONDS Hadassah provides assistance for battered women