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14 Southeastern Virginia Jewish News MAZEL TOV TO ... (TtuJse wishing to submit releases fir the Muzel 7by column tm(v send then1 to Mazel "lbv, Southeastern Virginia Jewish News, 5029 Cor- porate Woods Drive. Suite 225, Virginia Beuctl, Virginia 23462-4376. Pleu.w include a teh,ldlone numbt; and (vpe all suhmission.. Our E-mail address is news @ ujft.org) ACHIEVEMENTS Leigh Hofheimer of Wash- ington State Coalition for Victims of Domestic Violence has been invited by Jewish Women Inter- national to facilitate workshops for Jewish women from the For- mer Soviet Union who are work- ing to develop services for vic- tims of domestic violence in the FSU. Leigh is the daughter of Marcia Hofheimer of Tidewater and Tom Hol'heimer (of blessed memory). Dr. Laurie Goidstieker on her new position with Westside Medical Associates Family Prac- tice in downtown Norfolk. BIRTHS Karen Rostov and ,lean Kendall on the birth of a daugh- ter, Coral Lynn, born on Dec. 31, 2000. Grandparents are Barbara Gordon of Newport News, Jay Rostov (of blessed memory) and Steve and Stephani Kendall of Lynchburg. Kathryn Morton conducts course on Judaism Kathryn Morton, Director of Education and Cultural Arts for Temple Israel, this week led a two-session course about Judaism and the quest in adult- hood for life's meaning, as part of Old Dominion University's Insti- tute for Learning in Retirement. The class, which met Jan. 23 and 25, was the idea of the Insti- tute's program director Helen J. Janssen. She had noted the posi- tive response to a talk Morton gave about becoming a Jew at the kielcPyssion of the "Voices of Women in Religion" series. That noontime series is co-sponsored by The Women's Center of Tide- water Community College and The Center for the Study of Reli- gious Freedom based at Virginia Wesleyan. Janssen sought to extend the discussion into a class for ODU's program for retired people. ,- t T " * l ; l - , " , I II .... f- Kothryn Morton holding one of four awards Temple Israel received recently for programs from the Seaboard Region of United Syna- gogues. When she heard that the class was to be called "Why I Choose to be a Jew," Morton said, "Nobody wants to hear about me Care For mic Illness 00all 489-3111 ',r'i ,, . ;.: +: Services Include: RN's, CNA's 24 Hour Private Duty, 7 Days A Week for four hours. I'll start off, but then 1'11 get participants to explore the evolution of their own life philosophies. We pay a lot of attention to the moral development of children, as we should. But thinking people don't ever stop evolving their own sense of life's meaning and indi- vidual purpose--even through usually nobody invites them to stand up and talk about it. Reli- gious education isn't wasted on the young, but it is a great wis- dom of Judaism to focus attention on life-long learning for every- body." Morton, a former newspaper columnist, writes on secular and religious topics for a variety of local and national publications, as well as directing education pro- grams for Norfolk's Temple Israel. .' "Rehab Therapies " l I+ e' +' + Acvtties t enhance quali of life In-Home Counseling: ' :r'-.g, " Kosher Meals on Wheels .... Quality care tO persons of " '" + .... ; aft. ceS;irc.d. and rehgwns. d ,  ., +, ,. ,+ ,+ ...... +.>. . +..:,++ ,.: .. ,. ,,,' +i,+ + . " . , 1, - . +'++ Medmat: &-Medicaid Prow@r ; '. " .... We File .Insurance 2. Jewish Family Seivice af Tidewater .... , ' . ,, , ' .,,_ ............. , .'+.'.."ek,.+,,'. ........ +. j _.* January 26, 2001 i Beth El Sisterhood plans Feb. 11 Donor i Beth El Sisterhood invites members and guests to its Donor event in honor of the 150th anniversary of Beth El. An excit- ing fashion show of men's, women's and children's fashions and furs will be held on Sunday, Fb. !1 at 11:30 a.m. in Myer's Hall at Congregation Beth El, 422 Shirley Avenue, Norfolk. Lunch will be catered by Ruby Schwartzchiid and members of Donor may call the Beth El office I at 625-7821 to make reservations, j The cost of the event will be at thl following levels: Donor $25, Sil't ver Donor $50, Gold Donor $100 and Platinum Donor $150 and above. Checks may be made payable to Beth El Sisterhood and mailed to the office. Babysittinl will be available by request only( For additional information cal Abbie Laderberg at 497-7238. Sisterhood, lollowed by a showing of the latest styles in clothing from BS Sands receives i Sarah Cohen, Lowenthal's, J. computers and desks Romm, The Cage, Dan Ryan's for Men, CWD and Kids, Kids, Kids. Members of the Sisterhood and their families will model and Kathy Fogle will provide the fash- ion commentary. In keeping with the celebration of Beth El's 150th anniversary, some vintage fash- ions will be on display, loaned by Sisterhood members. As a community service proj- ect Beth El Sisterhood is support- ing the S.A.N.E. project at CHKD, which helps children who have been victims of sexual abuse. Those attending the Donor as asked to bring some new under- wear, t-shirt, shorts, sweatshirts, sweatpants or jeans in sized 0-3X for boys or girls. The Sisterhood will collect the items and take them to CHKD where they will be distributed to children who must leave their clothing at the hospital as evidence. Members of the community who would like to attend the By Neysha Ainsworth Beth Sholom Sands Activities Director i :! ( Two computers, as well  l computer desks, were donated t Beth Sholom Sands by the fami ly of one of our residents, Kadl t Sunderland. The computers we  [ donated as a gift for resident us and have already been a hit. ! As part of our activities, I hell two introductory classes fa those interested in working  ' the computers. We learned tl t very basics of getting on and ol l the computer and how to get inntI, and partly navigate some of  ] programs. Hopefully, over tir the residents will get accustome I to working freely in the progra and maybe even bring in the t own software to explore. ( Otlt behalf of the residents  Beth Sholom Sands, I would Ill to say thank you to the family  Katie Sunderland for such a wo defful gift. :! I n t e r a etod in: Jew i:hRa6 ew a I? + I Come join us at the Tidewater Chavurah every Friday as we implement liber. [ ! ai and progrsive approaches 1o our Judaism. Call 460-5007 lk)r service times I and Iocalion or more information. In addition to weekly servicestudy ses- : sions, our comnmnity shares with monthly potlucks, social events+ anti chari- I table projecls. 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