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Young Leadership Events Brian Schneiderman and Robin Copeland. YL Co-Chairs Following are corrections or clarifications to the schedule of the Intermarried Series as it appeared in the Oct. 16 issue of the Southeastern Virginda Jewish News: Sheila Panitz will conduct the Shabbat Workshop on Nov. 8 at Temple Israel. The following three programs, described below, are all Young Leadership programs: Sunday, Dec. I3: Friday, Jan. 8, 1999; and, Sunday, March 21, 1999" Rabbi Yosef and Melissa Friedman's workshop is for all Young Leadership couples. Wednesday, Nov. 4 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. The Sheraton Waterside Hotel The Ben Gurion Society Kick-Off (A dessert reception) Guest Speaker:. Michael Wegier, Melitz Scholar in Residence at the JCC in Baltimore ($1000 minimum individual commitment to 1999 Campaign) Friday, Nov. 13 6:30 p.m. Shabbat Havurah .,Young Leadership families host Intermarried families for Shabbat E1 Synagogue of Lights" A Chanukah 6 p,m. Ohef Sholom Temple An All Young Leadership Shabbat Dinner Speaker: Gabrietle Glaser, aathor of Strangers to the Tribe: Portraits of Interfaith Marriage 12,-1,1,1999 Slmday, March 21, 1999" 10:30 a.m. B na Israel with Rabbi Yosef and Melissa ""  r " " ..... :::-t assove Wohop ---,An All Young Leadership Program Southeastern Virginia Jewish News October 30. 1998 I BSH: News & Events Ruth Rothman promoted Bryan R. Mesh. Exec- utive Vice President of Beth Sholom Home of  i -N Eastern Vir- ginia, takes great plea- sure in .... announcing Ruth S. Rothman the appoint- ment of Ruth S. Rothman as Director of Community Relations. effective Oct. 14. 1998. As the Home's Iirst employee, Rothman began working as Exec- utive Secretary on March 19. 1980. when the first administrator moved into the on-site office trail- er, during the construction of the Home. She literally came with the walls! With her involvement in various community organiza- tions and her position at the Home, she has become a well- known fixture in the community. The recipient of the 1981 Employ- ee of the Year award, Ruth has earned a reputation of loyalty, respect, dependability and trust. In her new role, Rothman will be working with all departments of the Home, as a liaison to the Board of Directors, its Marketing and Life Enhancement Commit- tees, the primary contact to com- munity organizations and the pub- lic at large. Born and raised in Chicago and educated at the University of Illinois .in Chicago, Ruth and her family have been living in Vir- ginia Beach since 1972. _ H , - GERALD EINHORN, DDS, LTD. ADAM S. FOLECK, DMD FOR THE PRACTICE , OF COSMETIC, RESTORATIVE , IMPLANT DENTISTRY 109.EAST MAIN STREET, SUITE 160 r * j - NORFOLK i [:: (757) 623 O283 " Mendy Gonsbourg of Montreal, Yossel Gonsbourg of New York and Shmuel Margolin visit with Morris Altshul at Beth Sholom Home. Beth Sholom Home celebrates Succos, Shemini Atzeret and Simchas Torah By Ruth S. Rothman Director of Community Relations The holiday of Succos is always a very festive holiday at Beth Sholom Home of Eastern Virginia. This year was no differ- ent. While the Home's Mainte- nance Department erected the Suc- cah, many residents assisted the Activities Department in making decorations to hang in the Succah. On the first two days of Succos, Lenny Goodman and Brad Lazer- nick conducted holiday services, afterwhich a kiddush- was held at the Succah and everyone had a chance to say the prayer while shaking the lulav and esrog. Dur- ing the intervening days, Rabbi Sholom Mustofsky, of B'nai Israel Congregation and head of the Va'ad Hakashrus of Tidewater, went from unit to unit giving ail the residents an opportunity to bensch with the lulav and esrog. Many of the residents commented on the fact that they don't remem- ber having shaken a lulav and esrog since childhood. Everyday, a different group of residents had the privilege of hav- ing lunch in the Succah, and on Thursday, 8th graders from Hebrew Academy of Tidewater joined residents in some activities followed by lunch. While this activity is busy for staff, residents love the change in their normal routine and thrive on the festive atmosphere. On Sunday, Oct. 11, 16 mem- bers of Chabad Lubavitch came to the Home to afford yet another opportunity for the residents to participate in the mitzvah of shak- ing the lulav and esrog and recit- ing the blessing. It was a truly wonderful holiday for the resi- dents. Services were held on Shemini Atzeret, during which time resi- dents participated in the Yizkor service, and on Monday evening, Simchat Torah services were con- ducted by Lenny Goodman and Brad Lazernick. In the morning of Simchas Torah. 14 of the Home's residents and three staff members went to Beth E1 Temple for services, in what has become a tradition over the past five or more years. 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