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14 Dr. Einhorn talks to area teens on African American/Jewish relations Dr. Barry Einhorn addressed Teen Study, Operation Understand- ing Hampton Roads, and the Jewish Social Action Internship on March 8 at the Jewish Community Center of Tidewater. The topic was African American/Jewish relations. Dr. Einhom is the co-chair of the African-American/Jewish Coalition and one of the founders of Operation Understanding Hampton Roads (OUHR). He spoke of the importance of doing something to improve relations, "talking is just not enough," he said. Through Dr. Einhorn's work in the coalition, he tries to "make life better for people in Hampton Roads." The 9-12 graders spoke of anti-Semetic experiences they had encountered. It was really won- derful to see these Jewish and African American teenagers from all around Hampton Roads getting together to discuss a very important issue. Southeastern Virginia Jewish News YOUTH NEWS April 10, 1998 JCCT Annual Purlm Carnival a fun event for Tidewater Jewish community The Jewish Community Cen- ter of Tidewater threw their annual Purim Carnival on March 8, at the Kempsville Conserva- tive Synagogue in Virginia Beach. From 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., those attending climbed through the "castle," shot hoops, got their faces painted, made Purim masks, ate cotton candy and much more ! ! ! BBYO, VIC, TLC the Jewish Social Action Internship and USY volunterred their services to help make the carnival a suc- cess. Special thanks go to Aileen Kaufman and Rona Proser for helping us make the day a suc- cess. ]CCT Purim Carnia[ Teens listen to Dr. Barry Einhorn Just in time for Passover Dr. Barry Einhorn CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 our house as there is no end to what can be done with matzo, eggs, butter, sugar and cream). Passover Desserts, by Penny W. Eisenberg, goes beyond the provision of useful dietary guide- lines, including the preparation of kitchen equipment, and the 25 recipes for cakes, tortes, cookies, brownies and pastries. Eisenberg has done admirable research on sources of products and equip- ment and her chapter on ingredi- ents is useful to the kashrut observer and the non-observant as well. Similarly, the recipes which are both pareve recipes first, fol- lowed by the dairy recipes. Some recipes which are both pareve and dairy are so indicated, and those with little or no cholesterol are marked with a heart symbol. Where appropriate, recipes include tips for decorating the dessert, and as a bonus, there is a very useful, to both the beginner and the experienced baker, chapter on the basics of decorating includ- ing the behavior of Passover ingredients. If the fifth question in your home has something been "On all other nights we ate dessert that is tasty, why on this night do we eat desserts that look and taste like cardboard," Passover Desserts will provide the answer with recipes and instructions leading the way to flavorful and attractive desserts. Dinner Is Served Saturday, Hay 2, 1998 FULL CIRCLE AIDS HOSPICE SUPPORT 253 West Freemason Street Norfolk, Virginia 23510 Telephone 757-622-2989 FAX 757-622-2990 Dear Full Circle Supporter, With fewer people dying and new drug combinations helping people live longer, some think the HIV/AIDS crisis is over. Far from it. Now, more than ever, Full Circle needs your help. With advanced stage clients living longer, their need for care and support is now extended over a longer period of time. They often lose their jobs, run out of insurance, suffer from emotional as well as physical deterioration and have problems with housing and finances. And, sadly, there are still those for whom the drugs do not work at all -- during 1997, Full Circle experienced 15 deaths. We urge you to help us help those with AIDS. Please become a dinner party host for this year's "Dinner is Served" fund-raiser on Saturday evening, May 2nd. "Dinner is Served" is our most important funding event of the year and we truly need your help. Being a dinner party host is easy and fun. Your dinner party can be as simple as a potluck or as elaborate as a catered affair. Upon arriving for your dinner party at your home (or church, or synagogue, etc.) your guests simply make a donation to Full Circle AIDS Hospice Support. Afterwards, Full Circle hosts a Champagne and Dessert Finale for all dinner party hosts and guests at Ohef Sholom Temple in Ghent. Call 622-2989 now and volunteer to be a dinner party host. We can help you with lots of ideas, provide you with invitations, and give you information on how to make your dinner party a success ! Thank You. Sincerely, Martin Mendelsohn Executive Director CFI ) / / \\; \\; | ] / 00nes at]CCTPHr/m