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June 1, 2003 Southeastern Virginia Jewish News 13 f'll*ose wishing to submit releases for the Mozel Toy column may send them to Mazel Toy, Sowh- s rn Hrginia Jewish News. 5041 Corporate P Drive. Suite 150 Hrginia Beach, VA 23462. lease include a telephone number, and type all submissions. Our E-mail address is NEWS@ufftrg) WEDDINGS Dr. Erin Parrish Reade and Dr. Citron Coleman Reade on their April 12,2003 marriage in Greenville, NC., where Erin and Cliff are in their fnst and third-year residencies at East Carolina Medical Center in nville. Fain is the daughter of and Tommy Parrish of Smith- field, NC. Cliff is the son of Carolyn lind W'dliam Reade in Colonial l'leights, VA. The mother of the bride, lllen Pmsh rernembets her happy Years at Ohef Sholom and her confir- raation with Rabbi Malcolm Stem (of blessed men.y). ts are C-ecille and Meyer Greenberg of V'n'- g00.ia Beach. lIAR MrlXVAH J Walmr who was called to Torah on May 17 at Temple Israel. is the son of Philip and Mary Ann Walzer. He is the grandson of .dexander and Belle Walzer and Nor- bert mad Viola Green. I IIAT MITZVAH rid  on her May 17 MAZEL TOV TO Bat Mitzvah at Kempsville Conserva- tive Synagogue. Ariel is the daughter of Ed and Sloane Landress. Lindsey Shall who was called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on May 24 at Temple Israel. Lindsey is the daughter of Dr. Larry Shall and Mar- ch Shall and granddaughter of Eli and Shirley Berk of Youngstown, Ohio, Robert Shall ofToledo, Ohio and Kala Manheim of Florida. HONORS Jeffrey L. Stredler, a principal in the hw firm of Hothefmer Nusbaum, PC. who has received the Norfolk and Ptttsmouth Bar Association's Walter E. Hoffman Community Service Award. The award provides recogni- lion for outstanding hands-on service to the community by a member of the The Seaboard Region of the Fed- eration of Jewish Men's Clubs will install its 2003-2005 officers at 9:45 axn. on Sunday morning, June 1, at Congregation B'nai Tzedek in Potomac, MD (10621 South Glen Road). Scott R. Swirling will be installed as the next president of the region. AT Students CNTINUED FROM PAGE 6 Ricki Nachman commented, "It was cool to see the handprints and footprints of the Hollywood famous." Our Shabbat in Los Angeles was spent at the Russian-Chabad Center. We were all embraced by the rabbi and his congregation. For Rodion Kremen, this Shabbat was a very special experience. "I enjoyed Shabbat at the Russian Chabad Center. It reminded me of the stories my grandpa told me about Jewish life in Russia." Sadly, this special Shabbat experi- ence had to come to an end and with it, our cross-country trip. We returned to Norfolk Sunday morn- ing, tired but excited, ready to share our experiences with our families and friends. We are very proud of our eighth grade students. They lived and practiced Jewish life on a daily basis, performing the mitzvot and rituals that they were taught at the Hebrew Academy. Our students were complimented on their com- portment, behavior, and knowledge in a Jewish setting. We all would like to thank Tavia Gordon for his generosity that pro- vided us with this wonderful opportunity, Lrk was long, it was also very .,autiful, as we hugged the side of  mountains climbing higher into ttl Sierra Nevada Mountains. In ' park we were treated to mag- , fieent views and breathtaking waterfalls. Everyone was over- e by the sheer beauty of qaShem s creation. . Wednesday was spent driving Oag the Pacific Coast Highway to t,O.s Angeles, the final stop on our lp. We took a break in Carmel for .Onderful walk along a nature . Not only did we see the beau- blue Pacific Ocean, but there re even seals sunning them- ires on the shore. Thursday was SPent . 1% m Dlsneyland. Rachel _ UZak said, "Seeing all the differ- t People and having time for taXation and laughter was just I needed.' Everyone enjoyed "oat thew.rides and the shopping. sittday was our last day for a; tSeeine We visited the Simon t^ esenthal Muum of Tolerance pro . grams about terrorism and t holocaust Then we went to t . Ikirball Institute and saw an tthibit on Jewish life around the 'VWh:l. In order to end the day on a tter note, Vtl Walk we visited the Holly- of Fame and Grau- taan's Chinese Theatre where Bar Association trader 40 yeats of age. Stredler has volunteered for the Make- A-Wtsh Foundation and the Girl Scout Council of the Colonial Coast. Reuben Lad Borman, son of Gerald and Elsa Borman of Norfolk, xruginia received the Juris r degree from Columbia University School of Law on May 21, 2003/-Ie was the recipient of the Alfred A. Forsyth Prize "awarded annually to an outstanding student in the field of enviromnental law who, in the judg- rmt of the School, has demonstrated qualifies of intellect and selfless dedi- cation to the advanrnent of environ- mental law." Reuben was also a Har- lan Fiske Stone scholar. In addition Reuben and his wife, Cherin, are proud parents of a son, Samuel, born on February 2, 2003. Other members of the slate are the following men: Executive Vice President- Mike Neulander, Rodef Shalom, Newport News, VA; Secre- tary . Gary Smith, Beth Emeth, Herndon, VA; Treasurer- Stephen M. Dansicker, Chizuk Amuno, Balti- more, MD ; Vice lresident - Hams Marx, Kol Ami, Annapolis, MD; Vice President - Ed Rosenzweig, Shaare Tlkvah, remple Hills, MD; Vice President - Sheldon Schwartz, Beth Israel, Owings Mills, MD; Vice President - Marvin Yudkovitz, Beth El, Bethesda, MD; Immediate Past President - Irvin Varkonyi, Olam Tdcvah, Fairfax, VA and Honorary President - Norman Soroko, Beth El, Norfolk, VA ooo ACCOMI.,ISHM][N' Bly ,a 1999 graduate of Norfolk Academy, graduated on May 11 from Duke University and plans to attend UVA Medical School inAugust. Billy is the son of Brian and Renee Schoenfeld aria grandson of Frances and Joseph of blessed memory Schoenfeld and Frieda and Marshal of blessed mexnory Binder. Orator Alim Tamm- Forman on her May 4 investiture at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institme of Religion in New Yo&. A former resi- dent of Norfolk, she attended the Uni- versity of Virginia where she studied philosophy, religion and music lXdor- rmn. Upon graduation she spent a year volunteering in Israel on Project Otzma. She continued her education at Columbia University's Teachers College where she received a Mas- ter's in Teaching English as a Second Language. Her Cantorial thesis explores contrafact music as a means of Jewish spiritual survival particular- ly during the Holocaust era. Alisa, daughter of Vivian Fish  and Rabbi Lawrence Rmmn of Tldewa- tea', is the fourth HUC-JIR graduate in her immediate family. She has accepted a job at M'Kor Shalom Con- gregahon in Cherty Hill, NJ. sara mmiek ou being acce0ted to the University of Vh-ginia. Sara is the daughter of Barbara and Mtmis Resnick. Josh Mm'tm, son of Nancy Loewenberg and Ridmrd Marten on his early acceptance to the College of William and Mary. Josh will begin classes there in September 2003. Hadassah/s... Commitment Jew/sh Continuity Women's "Weffness Tofunteern Zionism Know&00e Israel Teach a 'ride Community Jewish earnir Emflowerment Merftage Mea[ing .advocacy Med'w a[ ese arch 9isaster Remf Se nrichment Ha00.ssah is THE yttTURE.. Be apart of 3oo, ooo women qf Hadassah. 4 CHAPTERS IN THE AREA TO CHOOSE FROM XNQ.UDIIIG A YOUNG WOMEN'S GRQ4JP AND A NEW UNI'T ZN THE NEWPORT NEWSlW',UAMSmJI AREAl For rnore In about a unlt near you and b'e be of joining, contact the Hadassah Southeast olfe at 504-455-5548 or emall us at Dr. Sharon Wdnsl who has two Chinese batsh painangs, ' Rising" and "Oange Blossoms" in exhibit at the Norfolk Waterfront Pagoda, as part of the Vnginia Arts Festival. Tbe sbow is spmsomd by  Blue  Cker of Amer- Surni-e society and will be on exhibit through the month of May. Dr. Weinstein's piano students will he in recital at the Temple of Music in Vu-ginia Beach on Sunday, Jtule 8 at 1:30 pan.  ,daughter of Denise and Bobby Goldwasser on her induction into the Natieml Honor Society at Norfo00 Coneg00 Lindsey is the grarxktaugh of San- dra and Yale Nesson and Mona and Ntmram Goldwasser. Jnmif Bers, daughter of Bev- eaee Pe00s, who just pa00:00at00 in her first pmacipa role in the qxaa. "Ihe Magic Flute:' perfmne by the Governor's School for the Arts. GRADUATION Josh Peters, son of Beverlce Pcs, who graduated from the Uni- versity of Vnginia with a BA. in psy- chology on May 18. 'SASI#LOOK 's Femar Specld Ord,00.