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Israel Cinema - coming screening

Israel Cinema Nights Present: "Five Hours from Paris" at Sunrise Cinemas at the Intracoastal, 3701 NE 163rd Street, North Miami Beach Thursday, September 8, at 8pm

About the film... Only 5 flight hours from Paris, in a working-class suburb of Tel Aviv, two people meet. He is a bred-and-born Israeli and she is a Russian immigrant. He is a taxi driver and she is a music teacher. He has no aspirations. She gave up hers long ago. He is afraid of flying and she is about to fly away. What are the odds of them ending up together?... Israel, 2009 | Feature, 90 min, Director: Leonid Prudovsky

Tickets: $10 (Tickets may be purchased at the door from 7:15pm) For advance sales and information, call Dror Gershoni, 305-932-4200, ext. 128

Hebrew Academy Early Childhood Students Get Ready For The High Holidays

As Jews around the world usher in for the Jewish month of Elul with daily shofar blowing leading up to Rosh Hashanah, Hebrew Academy Early Childhood students received a visit from high school faculty member Rabbi Yitzchak Goodman.

Rabbi Goodman spoke to the children about the meaning of the shofar and the significance of the month of Elul, followed by blowing the shofar for the children.

In the days to follow Early Childhood students will hear the shofar being blown by Hebrew Academy upperclassmen. Daily shofar blowing (with the exception of Shabbat and the day before Rosh Hashanah) are a wake up call to remind Jews to do good deeds, pray and provide charity year round and especially during these days of repentance which last through Yom Kippur.

Other events to take place in the Early Childhood Department in preparation for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur will be a visit from the Shofar Factory, where students will make their very own real shofars, and the Honey Bee Factory, where children will see active bees in their hives, learn about the process of how bees make honey and are able to extract fresh honey from the hive and comb.

The Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy serves students from six weeks of age through Grade 12 while inspiring and equipping students to reach their greatest potential academically and spiritually by focusing on their individual attributes and instilling eternal Torah values in a changing world.

For more information about these, and other, events at the Hebrew Academy please contact Ami Eskanos at (305) 532-6521 ext. 105 or at

Temple Emanu-El Launches New Hebrew School

Temple Emanu-El of Miami Beach is currently enrolling students for its brand new Hebrew School, which begins classes on Wednesday, September 14th from 3:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. weekly. If you have children between the ages of 4-6 or pre-b'nai mitzvah (ages 10-12), please join Temple Emanu-El for Jewish education, enrichment, and growth.

Cost of tuition for the school is $425 for the year. Memberships at the Temple are not required but encouraged. For more information, please contact our Head of School, Cantor Marc Philippe, by calling (305) 538-2503, ext 232 or at

"Temple Emanu-El is the destination for Jewish education"

9-11: Ten Years Later

Temple Emanu-El and the Jewish Center for World Peace invite you to an inter-faith celebration of hope for world peace on the tenth anniversary of 9-11. This program featuring world-class Jewish, Muslim, and Christian scholars will discuss such issues as:

*The role of religious traditions in the pursuit of peace *Examining issues that separate communities *The importance of religion in conflict resolution *How communities may be built through dialogue and understanding

This event is free of charge to the public and will be held in the historic Abraham Frost Sanctuary at Temple Emanu-El (1701 Washington Ave. in Miami Beach, FL) at 1 p.m. September 11, 2011.

Rock Kabbalat Returns to South Beach

We took a break for the summer, but now we're back. Join Cantor Marc Philippe, Hector Priven, and Trio Escaleno as they bring you "Rock Kabbalat" the upbeat, musical Shabbat experience that is sure to stir your soul. This service is in Temple Emanu-El's historic Abraham Frost Sanctuary on Friday, September 9th at 7 p.m. (1701 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL)

Immediately following the service there will be a kosher Mexican-Style Shabbat Dinner with tacos, burritos, guacamole, and lots of cerveza, tequila, and margaritas to chase it down! Cost for the event is $21 for non-members and $18 for members. Please RSVP by calling (305) 538-2503, ext. 229.

We look forward to having you join us for Rock Kabbalat, amigos!

Son of Hamas: A Luncheon & Evening with Mosab Hassan Yousef

The Shul of Downtown & Brickell, YJP Miami, and Israel Bonds invites you to: SON OF HAMAS An Electrifying Luncheon & Evening with Mosab Hassan Yousef.

His Father Founded Hamas... He Spied for Israel... A gripping account of terror, betrayal, political intrigue and unthinkable choices. Book signing following lecture!

Thursday, September 15

Noon to 1 p.m. at The Miami Tower, 100 SE Second Street, Miami in the Auditorium on the19th floor. Cost is $18 & $25 for bag lunch.

7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at The Conrad Miami, 1395 Brickell Avenue, Miami on the third floor. Cost is $18 for advanced registration and $25 at the door.


Includes VIP Seating and Meet & Greet with Mosab Hassan Yousef

For ticket purchase/info please call 305.373.8303 or visit

Ron Magill speaking on African wildlife.

Brandeis National Committee South Miami-Dade Chapter invites members and the public on Tuesday, Sept. 20th, at 10:15 am to hear Ron Magill speaking on the wildflife of Botswana. Includes lunch to follow. Temple Judea. $12 donation. RSVP required to Phyllis Goldstein 305-668-5162 or Rene Brodsky 305-665-5842.


Beverly Beattie, President and CEO of Selden Beattie Benefit Advisors has been asked to speak at the Annual Benefits Forum & Expo again this year. Beverly will be co-presenting a workshop on the how to’s of benefit strategic planning. We are very excited to go to Dallas and to share the victories Selden Beattie Benefit Advisors and our private school clients have experienced due to our strategic approach!

Warmest regards,


BEVERLY BEATTIE, FOUNDER, PRESIDENT, CEO of SELDEN BEATTIE BENEFIT ADVISORS This interactive workshop will help you determine which is the best strategic approach to a new and improved benefits plan. Get hands-on experience evaluating a 500-employee case study analysis that spanned almost five years.
The workshop will cover: • How would you use the research data provided to make the most cost-effective decisions for your company?
• Compare your plan decisions to the actual strategic plan that was put in place and evaluate its success. • Learn what key elements should always be a part of the benefits plan to net the best results.

Panel Discussion

Greater Miami Region of Hadassah and the Consulate General of Israel to Florida & Puerto Rico present:

ISRAEL Education - Zionism - The Future

Panel discussion:

Judy Shereck, Hadassah National Jewish Zionist Education/IZAIA Chair "Zionism and Hadassah"

Eliezer Rivlin, Speaker's Bureau of the Consulate General "History of Israel and Its Wars"

Hon. Chaim Shacham, Newly Appointed Consul General of Israel to Florida and Puerto Rico "Israel: Today and the Future"

Wednesday, September 7. Complimentary wine reception from 6 to 7 p.m. Program begins promptly at 7 p.m. at Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Stanley C. Myers Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami.

Must RSVP by September 1. 305.576.4447 or

Admission is $5; checks may be mailed to Greater Miami Region of Hadassah, 4200 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 3M, Miami, FL 33137

Free parking in back of building, entrance on Federal Highway.

Dr. Amy Horowitz

Prof. Horowitz lectures on "Mediterranean Israeli Music and the Politics of the Aesthetic" at the Miller Center on the UM campus from 5:00 - 6:30 PM. The Miller Center is at 5202 University Dr., 105 Merrick Bldg.

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