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Seeking Singers of Jewish Music

The Ahavat Olam Choral Society, an adult SATB choir, is seeking those who would like to sing Jewish music. Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings 7:45-9:15 pm, in Kendall, at 10755 SW 112 Street, 33176, on the grounds of Killian Pines United Methodist Church. The AO Choral Society sings once a month during Friday night Shabbat services, High Holy Day services, and other occasions throughout the year. Everyone is welcome. Temple membership is not necessary, but an our-cost fee is charged for the music books and robe. Music reading is not necessary, but a commitment to rehearse and a positive attitude will make you a valuable asset! If interested, please contact Ahavat Olam's office administrator, Kim Fielder, at 305 412-4240 or e-mail her at


Ahavat Olam is pleased to present its Thirteenth Annual 2nd Night Seder at Roasters 'N Toasters 9465 S. Dixie Highway Saturday, March 31, 2018 6:45 P.M. $45.00 per person ($30.00 for children 10 and under) (Choice of Chicken, Brisket or Salmon) (Vegetarian Dinners are available) To make reservations: e-mail: or call 305-412-4240 (ofc) or 305-588-7662 (cell)


NCJW Miami Community Service Project: We've Got You Covered

NCJW Miami has launched its new community service project, "We've Got You Covered".

This is a monthly event, and the next gathering will take place on Friday, April 27.

In partnership with Mt. Sinai Cancer Treatment Center, NCJW Miami is creating blankets for their patients each month - providing personal cozy fleece blankets for cancer patients undergoing infusion treatments.

Join us for a morning of camaraderie while helping to make someone's life a little more comfortable. Spend two hours with us so we can wrap people in care and comfort.

Sign up for the next session: Date: Friday, April 27, Time: 10 a.m. - 12 noon, Location: 10350 W. Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor Island, Parking: There is a public parking lot across from the building


NCJW Miami: What Jewish Families Need To Know About Hereditary Cancer

On Wednesday, April 11, NCJW Miami will host an event about what Jewish families need to know about hereditary cancer.

Date: Wednesday, April 11 Time: 7 - 9 p.m. Location: Temple Beth Sholom

There is no charge to attend, and it is open to men and women in the community. RSVP and more information at

Studies have shown that 1 in 40 Ashkenazi Jews (men and women) have a BRCA mutation--and most are unaware! Compare that to the general population incidence, where BRCA mutations occur in 1/300-1/800 people. Woman who carry a BRCA mutation have up to a 90% lifetime risk of breast can- cer and up to a 50% risk of ovarian cancer. Men also have just as much of a chance of having this mutation, and run a higher risk of prostate and male breast cancers. If we can identify who carries these genetic mutations before they develop cancer, we can prevent cancer.

Speakers: Dr. Liz Etkin-Kramer, Ob/gyn in practice on Miami Beach for 25 years. Dr. Etkin-Kramer is the founder of Yodeah, a nonprofit organization committed to educating about hereditary cancer in the Jewish Community and facilitating cost-effective genetic testing. Knowledge is power and Knowledge saves lives.

Briana Schwarz, is Sharsheret’s Florida Regional Director. Sharsheret is a national not-for-profit or- ganization supporting Jewish women and families facing breast cancer.

Genetic Testing: Color Genomics will provide a lab representative and a genetic counselor to administer saliva testing. The testing is very cost effective; for BRCA genes it is $99, and for a multigene panel of 30 different hereditary cancer genes it is $150. The testing results are emailed to you within 4 weeks and you have the additional option of reviewing the results with a genetic counselor on the phone. This consult is included in the lab cost.

Dudu Fisher Celebrates Jerusalem With a New Show Personal Story

Dudu Fisher Celebrates Jerusalem With a New Show Personal Story

Only for Federation members special "Pesach" gift. Call and say the passcode JERUSALEM and get a ticket for only $29

Aventura Cultural Center on Tuesday March 27 at 7:30 p.m. Call 877.311.7469

Join Us for Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day - Sunday, April 8 #IAmMemory

Gather with your Miami Jewish community to observe Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, on Sunday, April 8, at the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach. This year's special, multi-generational program will bring together local teens preparing for the March of the Living and Holocaust survivors to share powerful testimony and memorialize the 6 million Jews who perished during the Shoah.

Help us remember the past, create a better future and keep memory alive, generation to generation. Click here for more information.

Mega Kids Shabbos

Inviting all children (and parents!) to a Mega Kids Party! Celebrating all of those who have a birthday in the Hebrew month of Iyar! Everyone is invited so please join us for Cake, Games, and Entertainment!

Shabbat, April 21, from 10:30 - 12:00 followed by Kiddush lunch Chabad Chayil 2601 NE 211th Ter. Miami, FL 33180 RSVP at Learn about your jewish birthday at

Hadassah Musical Program

The Inter-American Chapter of Hadassah Presents a Special Musical Program

JESSICA WALD, Argentinian-American Soprano and Cantor, straight from Israel, will delight us with her beautiful voice. She will sing songs in Hebrew, Yiddish, Arias of Zarzuelas in Spanish as well as Broadway songs. After you hear her, you will not forget this talented performer.

Date/Time: Sunday, April 8, 2018 at 3:00 pm -

Place: Temple Moses, 1200 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, 33141 -

Contribution of $20 to Hadassah at the door or $15 if received by April 2nd -

Please mail check payable to Hadassah to Inter-American Chapter, P.O. Box 546166, Surfside, FL 33154

Yom Ha Shoah 2018 at Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus

Join Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus in Commemorating Yom Ha Shoah


Bet Shira Congregation's Annual Memorial Lecture

Bet Shira Congregation in southwest Miami-Dada County at 7500 S.W. 120th Street, Pinecrest, recognizes the great importance of community involvement and providing educational opportunities in Learning. Bet Shira has established an Annual Memorial Lecture Series in honor of the Late Rabbi David H. Auerbach, who was the Founding Rabbi Emeritus of Bet Shira Congregation.

The lecture this year will be presented this Sunday, March 25, 2018, at 11:00 A.M. in the Synagogue by guest speaker, Rabbi Mitch Chefitz on the topic: Abraham, Jochanan ben Zakkai, and Us: Three Pivotal Moments in Jewish History. Speaker Mitchell Chefitz is the author of The Seventh Telling, a best-selling novel, and The Curse of Blessings, a widely translated collection of stories.

Recently his narrative poetry framed the performance of The Jewish Bride at the Arsht Center. Known nationally as an author, locally Mitch Chefitz is also known as a Rabbi, first at Temple Beth Am, then with the Havurah of South Florida, and lastly at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. He has been president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, and also chairperson of the National Havurah Committee. Rabbi Chefitz is a graduate of Berkeley and also stood bridge watches as a Navy Lieutenant on a destroyer in the Gulf of Tonkin. Now, most Sunday mornings he spends time at the Pinecrest Market.

"Bet Shira Congregation established the Annual Lecture Series when Robert and Michele Stone provided a gift to permanently endow the Rabbi David H. Auerbachz’l Annual Memorial Lecture. This endowment gift will ensure the legacy of Rabbi Auerbachz’l and recognize Rabbi Auerbach's distinguished career dedicated to Torah and the Jewish Community,” said Rabbi Mark H. Kula, the Rabbi of Bet Shira Congregation. This Lecture is open to the community at no charge, and you may RSVP to the Bet Shira Congregation office at (305) 238-2601 or email to:

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