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16 Southeastern Virginia Jewish News COMMUNITY NEWS Gomley Chesed Synagogue plans Gala Art Exhibition and Auction On Saturday evening, Nov. 21, Gomley Chesed Congregation will sponsor its 12th Gala Art Exhibition and Auction at the Synagogue located at 3110 Ster- ling Point Drive in the Sterling Point section of Portsmouth. The exhibition will take place from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., during which time those attending can view the art, enjoy free cham- pagne and hot hors d'oeuvres, listen to music or purchase drinks from the open cash bar. The auction begins promptly at 8:30 p.m. and com- plimentary coffee will be served throughout the evening. The auction will again be con- ducted by Marlin Art Inc. of Deer Park, NY, and will feature a wide variety of works by prominent artists known worldwide. Inter- i KALICO CONSTRUCTION CORP. Class "A" Contractor We work on some of the most important homes in Tidewater -- namely yours. Call for Free Estimates on your next home improvement or additiont 1212 Wivenhoe Court Virga Beach, VA 23454 757-496-3516 JAN ALAN COHEN, Pres. State Reg, No. 023949 ested parties may browse through a significant selection of oils, graphics, watercolors, silk screens, etchings, posters and lith- ographs. Among the framed prints will be works by Miro. Tickets for the evening are $5 donation each and are now on sale and can be purchased from Yale Dolsey, chairman, 484-3701, as well as many of the Synagogue members or directly from the Synagogue office, 484- 1019. Rockwell, Cha- gall. Dali, Picas- so, Neiman. Agam, Delacroix and a host of other well kown artists. Those who have special interests may request that works by a spe- cific artist or of a specific period be included. Marlin offers a cer- tificate of authenticity with each piece of art. The evening will provide an opportunity for area art lovers to purchase fine art at rock bottom prices. All works featured at the auction include framing prOvided by Marlin Art, a prominent New York Auction house that ,has trav- eled throughout the country offer- ing an extensive collection of art to its buyers. Tickets for the eveningare $5 donation each and are now on sale and can be pur- chased from Yale Dolsey, chair- man, 484-3701, as well as many of the Synagogue members or directly from the Synagogue office, 484-1019. Those wishing additional information may call 484-3701 or 484-1019. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. UHS schedules 2nd Shabbat Service For only the second year the United Hebrew School will be holding a Kabbalat Shabbat Ser- vice and Family Shabbat Dinner. It will take place on Friday, Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. at Temple Emanuel. The entire student body will participate in the Kabbalat Shab- bat service prior to the dinner. All students of the United Hebrew School and their families are encouraged to attend. The chairperson of the event is Marybeth Saunders, who is work- ing with a committee of volun- teers to organize the dinner. Presi- dent of the school, Marilyn Siegel, remarked: "It is exciting and special for the United Hebrew School community to come together again as we did last year to celebrate Shabbat." Those wishing more informa- tion may call 622-2802. The Unit- ed Hebrew School is a constituent of the United Jewish Federation. The Arinual B'nai IsraeI Gift Bazaar and weeks away. On Nov 22, in Furman October 30, 1998 't gift items, food, craft items, hats, - toys, oil burning candles, and much, much more. ( will be available as well as a special area for children r family and friends. won't want  miss: Ohef Shalom Temple begins new year with family dinner On Oct. 2, Ohef Sholom Temple started the new year with its first Shabbat Family Dinner of the season. As their tradition, this first dinner served as the "official" welcome to the con- gregation's 41 new member fam- ilies. The Mens' Club and Women of Reform Judaism hosted the dinner and welcome bags were distributed to all the new mem- ber families in attendance. Andy Kline, President of ohef Sholom Temple Men's Club and Nancy Nusbaum, President of Ohef Sholom Temple's Women of Reform Judaism, distribute Wel- come Bags to new members. Building Tomorrow's Future Please come see the exciting building plans for the new Lower School opening August 1999 on Tidewater Drive in Norfolk  ::":  "  :  i ] i:] N Call 480-1495 for more information NORFOLK COLLEGIATE SCHOOL Independent College Preparatory K-12 Norfolk Collegiate Sct  -- iHrifte on the basis of race religion, sex, national or ethnic origin. Enjoying the warmth of a New Member Shabbat Family Dinner (757)-499-1570 DEBRA RUPER11,CPE ELECTROLYSIS PEIdBFIOKE ONE 281 INDEPENOENCE BLVD. BUTTE 218 VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 23,NI2 email: IIkBHeirO=ml.n Now Accepting Ad Reservations for The 5th Biennial 00uide to Jewish 00ife in Tidewater 671.1600 ....