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.... ...........  Non-Pratt Org. U.S. POSTAGE ...... " PAID Norfolk, Virginia II I I I .' i I, , v IL I I I I N II I// II&IWWT As , u-00guua t'00cw00 7300 Newpon' Avenue Norfolk Virginia 23506 NORFOLK PORTSMOI.YI'H VIRGINIA BEACH CHESAPEAKE SUFFOLK HAMPTON NEWPORT NEWS WILLIAMSBURG n Visitors to the Jewish Community Center of Tidewater were greeted by the above sidewalk drawing at the entrance to the JCC. Under the UJF Virginia News banner, the JCC' annual meeting and pool groundbreaking was announced. Ellen Abbey Sacks, assisted by young members of the JCCT Sholom Children  Center, designed the sidewalk "mural." Sandier family continues tradition of caring; UJFT gavel passes from brother to brother "It is an honor and privilege to continue the tradition of Judaism, community and fami- ly," said Steve Sandler as he accepted the two-year term of office as President of the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater at the. UJFT Biennial Meeting, May 30. He is the third Sandier to lead the UJFT during its 58- year history. His father Sam Sandler, a past UJFT Presi- dent, had the unique honor of installing his son Steve. Steve succeeded his brother, Art, as UJFT President. The strength of the Tidewa- ter community, its accomplish- ments and goals were the focus of the Biennial Meeting held at Congregation Beth El. In his outgoing President's address Art Sandier praised the efforts of those working to strengthen and improve the community, saying, "Every Jew can make a difference. Community building is a team effort. The real suc- cess is securing dedicated and committed people. Anyone who volunteers their time, energy CONTINUED ON PAGE 5 Steve Sandler, left, incoming UJFT president, Mark Goldstein, Exectuive Vice President UJFT, and Art Sandler, outgoing UJFT president Ohef Sholom annual meeting The Annual Meeting of Ohef Sholom Temple was held on May 25 at which time Robert C. Goodman Jr. was elected Presi- dent of the Temple. Other officers are: Alan D. Stein, First Vice President; Terri Budman, Second Vice President; Thomas E. Snyder, Secretary; Martin Einhorn, Treasurer. The Annual Budget was approved and committee reports received Elected to the Board were: Mrs. Iffnn G. Sachs, Mrs. Aline COINTINUED ON PAGE 9 Fannie and Milton Friedman Family Park Construction Committee: left to right -- Leslie Friedman, Dr. Marshall Bonnie, Chairman; Chuck Rosen- blatt, Honorary Chair; Bernard Jaffe and JCCT President Cheryl Sloane. Groundbreaking ceremony tops JCCT Annual Meeting Agenda The twilight hours of May 23 were witness to a groundbreak- ing ceremony for the Jewish Community Center of Tidewa- ter's "Fannie and Milton Fried- man Family Park." This new facility will feature a beautiful and uniquely designed 25 meter outdoor pool. Other amenities will be added when the pool closes in the fall so as not to interfere with the summer's aquatics and day camp pro- grams. Cheryl Sloane, JCCT Presi- dent, who chaired the event, related how the project came to light and thanks the Tidewater Jewish Foundation for its assis- tance in helping to secure the naming gift. Mrs. Fannie Friedman was given the honor of turning the first shovel full of earth and remarked that she was thrilled that this new recreation facility would soon be a reality. Mem- bers of the construction and fundraising committees were CONTINUED ON PAGE 4