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FREE Year 26, No. 1


P H I L A D E L P H I A & T H E M A I N L I N E ’ S FAV O R I T E W E E K LY

Celebrating 26 Years of Community News September 8 – September 14, 2010


FIND YOUR
COMMUNITY Ingrid Betancourt Speaks at Author Mark Bowden
NEWS HERE! Visits Paoli Library
Documentary Screening at BMFI
The Kidnapping of Ingrid Betancourt with a Q&A moderated

C
elebrated
by Elisabeth Perez-Luna author, jour-

B
ryn Mawr Film na l i s t a n d
Institute is part- screenwriter Mark
nering with First Bowden visits Paoli
Person Arts to Library, 18 Darby
co-present the Road in Paoli, on
award-winning Wednesday, Sep-
documentary The Kidnapping tember 22, at 7 p.m.
of Ingrid Betancourt on Thurs- to discuss his body
Meet Mitzvah day, September 23, at 7:30 of work.
Bowl Moms p.m. at Bryn Mawr Film Insti- Bowden’s best-
Page 9 tute, followed by a discussion selling book Black
with Betancourt, the former Hawk Down, a de-
Colombian presidential can- piction of the United
didate kidnapped just prior States raid to cap-
to the 2002 election and held ture Somali war-
captive for six-and-a-half years. l o rd M o h a m e d
The discussion will be mod- Farrah Aidid, was
erated by WHYY’s Elisabeth a finalist for the
Perez-Luna and will be follow- National Book
ed by a book signing of Betan- Award, won the
court’s new memoir, Even Overseas Press
Silence Has an End: My Six Club’s 1997 Hal
Years of Captivity in the Colom- Boyle Award, and
Wolf PAC bian Jungle. was the basis of the
Celebrates! The Kidnapping of Ingrid Ridley Scott film
Betancourt is an award-winning of the same name.
Page 11 2003 documentary directed His book Killing Celebrated author, journalist and screen-
by Victoria Bruce and Karin Pablo about Colum- writer Mark Bowden visits Paoli Library,
Hayes. The filmmakers orig- bian drug lord Pablo 18 Darby Road in Paoli, on Wednesday,
inally set out to make a doc- Escobar won the September 22, at 7 p.m.
umentary about Colombian Overseas Press
senator and anti-corruption Club’s 2001 Cornelius Ryan Award and is currently in devel-
activist Ingrid Betancourt and opment to become a film. Bowden’s Guests of the Ayatollah,
Photo/©Tess Steinkolk her 2002 campaign to run for an account of the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, was listed by
Former Colombian Presidential Candidate Ingrid Betancourt will president as a member of the Newsweek as one of “The 50 Books for Our Times,” and The
give a book talk and sign copies of her new memoir at Br yn Green Party. However, Betan- Best Game Ever, a story of the 1958 NFL championship game,
Mawr Film Institute, following a screening of the award-winning court was kidnapped by the is a New York Times best-seller. Bowden is a contributing
2003 documentary “The Kidnapping of Ingrid Betancourt” on Thurs- Revolutionary Armed Forces editor to Vanity Fair, and a national correspondent for The
Gentle Yoga day, September 23 at 7:30 p.m. Betancourt was kidnapped days of Colombia (FARC) a few days Atlantic. Bowden has received The Abraham Lincoln Literary
before the 2002 elections and held hostage by guerrilla forces for before the election was to Award and the International Thriller Writers’ “True Thriller
for Everyone six-and-a-half years. take place, throwing her poli- Award” for lifetime achievement, and served as a judge for
Page 12 tical party and family into the National Book Awards in 2005.
chaos. In addition to including Betancourt telling the story of her early political career in her Mark Bowden graduated in 1973 from Loyola University
own words, the documentary captures the efforts of Betancourt’s mother, husband, and of Maryland, where he taught from 2001-2010. He was a re-
teenage children as they struggle to free See “The Kidnapping of Ingrid Betancourt” Screening on page 4 See Author Visits Paoli Library on page 3
Celebrating
Jewish Culture
& Community
Pages 7 - 9
Y O U N G F I L M M A K E R D E B U T S A G O L D - A WA R D D O C U M E N TA R Y
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t’s not her first film but it Last month, the Bryn Mawr
is by far her best, says 18- Film Institute debuted “The
year old Malvern-resident Voices of History Before They
and Girl Scout Ambassador Are Silenced: The Holocaust,”
Great Events! Darragh Friedman about “The a 30-minute documentar y
Voices of History Before They featuring interviews with four
Are Silenced: The Holocaust,” local Holocaust survivors that
a documentary featuring inter- was single-handedly produced
Your Community views with four local Holocaust by 18-year-old filmmaker and
survivors that debuted last
Newspaper month at the Bryn Mawr Film
Girl Scout Ambassador Darragh
Friedman (center). Joining
CITY SUBURBAN Institute. her at the screening are, from
NEWS Friedman’s film was the
left – Holocaust Awareness
culmination of a major leader-
610-667-6623 ship project she completed
Museum Educator Marc
Adelman; Kurt Herman, born
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highest honor a girl member
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Award projects are rigorous Czechoslovakia. Arnold
E-mail: and demand at least 65 hours Vanderhorst, born in Holland,
CitySuburbanNews@mac.com to complete and many months was also featured in the film
to plan, propose, implement, but did not attend the screen-
and present for approval. ing. Friedman interviewed a
It took Friedman more than fifth survivor who was not
See “The Voices of History” on page 7 featured in the film.
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or call 610-660-9600 to register.
City Suburban tory. The campus hosts an astrono-
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events. Call 610-957-6335 for info
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p.m., Thursday and Friday 11 a.m.
- 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday
11 a.m. - 5 p.m. The exhibit and
new fall 2010 CE course registra-
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Free Performance
On Sunday, September 19 at 2:00
p.m., The Free Library’s Parkway

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5:30 p.m. Terra Hall, 9th floor (211
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email ce@uarts.edu or call 215-717-
Central Library, 1901 Vine Street in
Philadelphia will host the D3 Trio
playing woodwinds and brass. Join
Tania DeVizia, flute, Nick Driscoll,

Customers!
Panel discussion with artists fea-
tured in the List Gallery exhibition, Exhibit 6095. clarinet, and Joseph DeVizia, Jr.,
“Aesthetics of Intimacy” will be held The Institute of Contemporary Art trumpet, for an afternoon of duets
on Wednesday, September 15, 2010, will present “Still, Flat, and Far,” Main Line Delco and trios featuring the music of
at 4:30 p.m. at the Swarthmore Col- Erin Shirreff’s first solo museum Loan Workshop Bizet, Mozart, Schocker, Muczyn-
CITY SUBURBAN NEWS – lege Lang Performing Arts Center, exhibition, consisting of all new work. Understanding the process of apply-
ski, Villa-Lobos, Rimsky-Korsakov,
Joplin and Puccini. Event is free
Your Community Paper List Gallery. Susan Jane Walp, Don The exhibition will be on display
Wednesday, September 15 through
ing for a Small Business Adminis-
and open to the public. For infor-
Southard, and Mark Karnes will pre- tration (SBA) Loan can mean the
for 26 Years! sent slides of their work and that Sunday, December 5. An open- difference between getting the
mation, call 215-686-5414.
of distinguished masters of still life ing reception will be held on Sep- loan and being turned down. Come
painting. Discussion will follow, tember 15 from 6 - 8 p.m. Gallery join Joseph and Pat Massengale of
Hadassah – Opening
moderated by Randall Exon, Pro- hours are Wednesday 11 a.m. - 8 Spirit Financial Group as they con- Meeting
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Tongue & Groove Spontaneous Theater Company, known for cutting-
ue for the Baby Loves Disco Lemonade Tour 2010, as thousands of par-
edge improvised shows that depict both comic and dramatic elements of
ents, grandparents and kids bop and play at venues of all kinds.
Sat., Sept. 18, 2010 • 8 a.m - 2 p.m.
real life, will debut a new show entitled “Unspoken” at the 2010 Philly
Fringe Festival! Inspired by emails, texts and other words left unspoken The local event of Baby Loves Disco Lemonade Tour will be held at Sham- For info call Billie Jeanne 215-473-1552
provided anonymously by the audience, this critically acclaimed ensem- poo, 417 N. 8th Street, Philadelphia, PA on Sunday, September 12, from
ble spontaneously creates a unique serio-comic performance every 1 - 4 p.m. Buy Tickets online: $20 per walking human. Family 4-pack is
night. The 2010 Fringe marks the premiere of this new format, as well $60. For info visit http://www.babylovesdisco.com/events/.
as the addition of a new element of the show, improvised music! Tongue
& Groove will perform three shows only at The Adrienne Mainstage, “The Science of Happiness” DR. RONALD CARROLL
2030 Sansom Street, Friday, September 10, 8:30 p.m.; Saturday, Sep- “The Science of Happiness” Video featuring Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar: Con- ~PODIATRIST • SURGEON • FOOT SPECIALIST~
tember 11, 5 p.m.; Thursday, September16, 7 p.m. Running time 1 hour. gregation Beth Hamedrosh presents a Video presentation featuring Dr.
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livearts-fringe.org, and at the door. September 15, 2010, at 7:30 p.m. at Congregation Beth Hamedrosh, for A Healthy & Happy New Year
200 Haverford Road in Wynnewood, PA. A Panel Discussion led by Rabbi Most Insurance Plans Accepted
Canine Partners For Life Open House Yonah Gross and Stephanie Kerbel will follow the video. The program
On Saturday, September 11, Canine Partners For Life (CPL) will hold costs $8 in advance/$10 at the door. Light refreshments will be served. DAY, EVENING & SATURDAY HOURS • HOUSE CALLS
its annual Open House at its 45-acre facility, 334 Faggs Manor Road, For info and to RSVP, call 610-642-6444 or visit www.bethhamedrosh.org. Philadelphia Newtown Square
Cochranville, PA from noon to 4 p.m.! The main attraction is Cow Bingo, Corn. of Conshohocken Ave. 3475 West Chester Pk.
where one lucky winner will win a “beefy” $5,000. Tickets are on sale DAR-SAR Constitution Week Luncheon & W. Country Club Rd. (at Bryn Mawr Ave.)
now! Tickets are $10 each, and squares are randomly assigned. For info, The 41st annual DAR-SAR Constitution Week Luncheon will be held (across from Brith Sholom House)
call 610-869-4902, ext. 225, or email specialevents@k94life.org, or visit Saturday, September 18, 2010 at the Dolce Valley Forge Hotel on Route 215-879-0277 610-359-9310
www.k94life.org. 202 in King of Prussia. The event begins with a reception and cash bar
at 11:30 a.m. The reception is followed by a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. The
Opera Highlights Concert event celebrates the ratification of the Constitution of the United States
The Delaware Valley Opera Company (DVOC) will present an evening of and is sponsored jointly by the Philadelphia Continental Chapter of the M a x i m i z e Yo u r B u s i n e s s !
opera highlights on Saturday, September 11 at 7 p.m. at the sanctuary Sons of the American Revolution and the 25 chapters of the South East
of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 819 Cathedral Road, in District of the Pennsylvania State Society of the Daughters of the American Advertise in
Roxborough. The church has a parking lot and is handicap accessible. Revolution. The speaker will be Tom Roberts. Mr. Roberts is an attorney C i t y S u b u r b a n N e ws !
A good-will donation will be collected as the price of admission. The con- who is a descendant of Jared Ingersoll – a Signer of the Constitution.
cert is part memorial, part nod of recognition to Paul D. Osimo, one of He will discuss Mr. Ingersoll’s advocacy of states rights during the Consti-
the company’s founders, who poured his enthusiasm and energy into tutional Convention. For info and reservations, contact 484-620-7200.
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DVOC for more than 26 of the company’s 31 years. The concert program fo r G r e a t R a t e s & I d e a s !
includes favorite arias and ensembles by beloved composers such as Coaches vs. Cancer
Donizetti, Gershwin, Gounod, Mozart, Puccini, and Saint-Saens. The The 15th annual Coaches vs. Can-
evening’s singers, all from DVOC’s roster of fine performers, include mezzo- cer of Philadelphia Jim Maloney
soprano Susan Blair, mezzo-soprano Andrea Broido, baritone Jeffrey Carr, Golf Classic will be held Septem-
soprano Teresa D’Amico, soprano Darlene Kelsey, soprano Laurice Kennel, ber 20, 2010, at Llanerch Country
bass Milo Morris, soprano Elizabeth Oliver, tenor Timothy Oliver, tenor Club, Havertown. Events: 10 a.m.
David Price, mezzo-soprano Susan Rheingans and tenor Doug Rowland. Registration; 11:15 a.m. Lunch;
For information, call 215-725-4171 or email info@dvopera.org. 12 p.m. Shotgun Start; 5 to 7 p.m.
Cocktail Reception and Dinner.
James Labold Exhibit Silent and Live Auctions will be
JSF Contemporary, Fishtown, proudly presents “James Labold,” a solo held. All proceeds from the Golf
exhibition of the unorthodox young sculptor. The exhibition will be on Classic will support the American
view Saturday, September 11 through Sunday, October 31 at Memphis Cancer Society’s work to save lives
Flats (1714 Memphis Street), in Fishtown. The artist’s reception will take from cancer. For info call 215-985-
place on Saturday September 11, from 6 - 9 p.m. Admission is free. Gal- 5347.
lery hours by appointment only. For information, or to schedule an ap-
pointment with Jeffrey Frederick please call 267-516-5034 or email jfred- Concert to
erick@jsfcontemporary.com. Celebrate Life
Baby Loves Disco Lemonade Tour The Hospice and Home Care Foun-
dation is presenting the annual
Baby Loves Disco celebrates life and lemonade at Shampoo on Sep- Concert to Celebrate Life, Septem-
tember 12, as part of the nationwide Lemonade Tour 2010, sponsored ber 22, 2010, at Appleford, 770 Mt.
by trendy fashion retailer H. It’s the first-ever national tour for Baby Moro Road Villanova, the evening will
Loves Disco, offering an internationally acclaimed mix of music, danc- begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails on
ing and fun-filled activities for parents and their young children. The the lawn, followed by dinner and
party lands in more than 45 cities this season, touching down in night- festive entertainment. The event
clubs, children’s hospitals, shopping malls and schools across the United raises funds and awareness of the
States. It’s a super-dance-party special mission to spread awareness and needs of hospice and home-care
raise money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a nonprofit organization devot- patients. For info, call Appleford
ed to finding a cure for childhood cancer. 610-527-4280.

A U T H O R V I S I T S PA O L I L I B R A RY
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porter and columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer for more than 30 years and now teaches
journalism at The University of Delaware and lives in Oxford, Pennsylvania.
Bowden visits Paoli Library as part of their Centennial Author Series. Future authors
include: Tony Abbott on Friday, October 1, 4:30 p.m. Abbott, the award-winning author
of Danger Guys, Firegirl, The Secrets of Droon and other books for young readers, began
writing books for children when he began reading bedtime stories to his own children. He
wrote his first book, Danger Guys, while taking a writing class with renowned children’s
author Patricia Reilly Giff. That first book, and the series that it began, became the corner-
stone of his writing career. Since then, he’s written over seventy-five books sold worldwide
for readers ages 6 to 14.
On Thursday, October 21, at 7 p.m. Paoli Library will host a Mystery Writers Panel with
authors John Dobbyn, Bonnie McDougal Kistler and Barbara Clement who will share their
experience and expertise on this very popular form of fiction.
Barbara Robinson visits Paoli Library on Thursday, November 4, at 7 p.m. She is the
short story writer, playwright, poet and beloved author of the popular The Best Christmas
Pageant Ever and The Best School Year Ever. Robinson is from Berwyn and now enjoys
traveling across the country visiting schools.
Space is limited for all events, so please make a reservation by calling Paoli Library at
610-296-7996 or contact Branch Manager Beverly Michaels at bmichaels@ccls.org. For
more information on Paoli Library’s year-long centennial celebration “A Century of Read-
ing,” visit www.tredyffrinlibraries.org.
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• NYC Shopping her and continue to campaign on her behalf by calling for the solidarity of the Colombian people. The Kidnapping of
Ingrid Betancourt won several awards, including the Audience Award from the SlamDance Festival and the Orson Welles
Award for Best First Film at the Tiburon International Film Festival, and was also a special mention for the Amnesty Inter-
Call 610-368-7916 national DOEN Award, which celebrates films about human rights issues. In Spanish with English subtitles, the film runs
76 minutes.
Ingrid Betancourt will appear in conjunction with the screening to tell her story about being kidnapped by the guerilla
Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and answer audience questions. A 2002
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political corruption and made many enemies, even as she won seats in the House of Repre-
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activist and former congresswoman in Colombia, assisted with her campaigns. Betancourt’s
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Mazel tov
M CELEBRATING JEWISH CULTURE & COMMUNITY

T RANSITIONAL C ARE H ELPS PATIENTS B RIDGE G AP


BETWEEN H OSPITAL S TAY AND H OME
T
Ohev Shalom Greets
Jewish New Year 5771
he Jewish Community around the world and in the
Walllingford-Swarthmore area is poised to observe the
High Holy Days beginning the evening of Wednesday, Sep-
tember 8. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, falls each
year on the first and second days of the Hebrew month of
Tishri. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, takes place on
September 18. The ten days in between are known as the

Patients who aren’t well enough to return home after a


hospital stay can recover more fully in the Transitional
Care Program, a nonsectarian program of the Madlyn and
Ten Days of Repentance, a time for personal reflection and
introspection.
Ohev Shalom will be holding services for all of the High
Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life. Holy Days at the synagogue at 2 Chester Road in Wallingford.
Transitional care bridges the gap between a hospital stay All are welcome to attend. Babysitting is available as well
and home with short-term nursing, medical and rehabilita- as Tot Shabbat, Junior Congregation and Teen Services. For
tive care. In the Abramson Center’s program, patients receive information or to reserve places for the free Break-Fast, call
the services of a multi-disciplinary care team, which includes the synagogue office at 610-874-1465.
a medical director board-certified in Internal Medicine who Schedule For High Holidays at Ohev Shalom
directs all rehabilitative care; a physiatrist board-certified Wednesday, September 8 – Erev Rosh Hashanah, Services
in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; registered nurses - 6:00 p.m.
and nurse practitioners; certified nursing assistants; physi- Thursday, September 9 – Rosh Hashanah, Day 1, Services
cal, occupational, and speech therapists; social workers; - 8:30 a.m.; Tot Shabbat, Junior Congregation, and Teen
dietitians; chaplains; a full-time program administrator; and Services - 10:30 a.m.; Tashlich - 5:00 p.m.
a quality improvement officer. Friday, September 10 – Rosh Hashanah, Day 2, Services -
The care team develops a tailored care plan to meet each 8:30 a.m.; Junior Congregation -10:30 a.m.
patient’s individual needs. Frequent assessments and reviews Friday, September 17 – Kol Nidrei, Musical performance by
of the treatment plan are done throughout the patient’s stay. Mara Parker & Bruce Bogdanoff - 6:30 p.m.; Services - 6:45 p.m.
“Our team approach involves patients and their families, Saturday, September 18 – Yom Kippur, Services - 8:30 a.m.;
along with referring physicians, in order to ensure patients’ Tot Shabbat, Junior Congregation, and Teen Services - 10:30
A patient receives physical therapy in the Transitional Care successful return to their own homes,” says Program Director a.m.; YIZKOR - 11:45 a.m.; Mincha (afternoon services) - 4:45
Program of the Abramson Center for Jewish Life. Paul Goldenberg. “Patients and their families are very pleased p.m.; Neilah - 6:30 p.m.; Fast ends - 7:40 p.m.; Break the
with our individualized approach to care.” Fast (communal meal) to follow. If attending, RSVP to Josh
Services of the program include: Therapy available up to 7 days a week; Post-orthopedic surgery care; Physical, occu- Laster at exec@ohev.net.
pational and speech therapy; Pain management; Wound care; Advanced intravenous ther-
apy; Nutrition management; Wheelchair or gurney mobility; Head or spinal cord injury
care; Respiratory care; Frequent assessments and treatment reviews; Recreational and
therapeutic activities; Patient and family education; Case management; Discharge planning.
The Transitional Care Program is located on the campus of the Abramson Center for
Jewish Life in a designated center consisting of 27 private rooms, state-of-the-art rehabili-
tation gym, therapy kitchen, living room and dining area, all with beautiful views of out-
door gardens. Amenities include flat-screen TVs, telephone, wireless Internet access, emer-
gency call system, bathing suite, laundry service, and beauty/barber services. The Abram-
son Center is located in Horsham Township, Montgomery County, about 30 minutes from
Center City, the Main Line, Lower Bucks County and the northern suburbs of Montgomery
County, and provides free parking.
For information call 215-371-3605 or toll-free at 1-888-791-5075.

“The Voices of History” Film by Girl Scout


Continued from front page At the Abramson Center for Jewish Life,
Our services include:
a year to schedule and interview her subjects, most of whom speak to audiences about their
we honor our elders by providing • Nursing and
Holocaust experiences an average of 40 to 50 times a year. Instead of hitting the shore or rol-
licking with friends over her last summer before college, Friedman devoted nearly 150 hours to exceptional care and programs in Alzheimer’s Care
distill five-and-a-half hours of raw footage into a seamless 30 minutes. keeping with Jewish tradition. • Personal Care
“The film took on a life of its own. I had to complete it for all the others involved,” says
Friedman, a Great Valley High School graduate now studying communications and pre-law at Our unique senior community features
Temple University. “These stories need to be told before there are no survivors left.” • Adult Day Care
Her efforts paid off. Two days before the film’s debut, the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsyl-
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vania (GSEP) Gold Award Committee resoundingly approved Friedman’s project, paving the care and lovely apartments for personal • Counseling and
way for her to join other accomplished Girl Scouts from the Council region at next spring’s care, in a setting designed to feel like home. Referral for
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“Using real voices, faces, and emotion, Darragh brought a dark history lesson to life in ways
that are often lost in a traditional classroom or textbook,” marvels Vicki Smith, an active GSEP from Center City and most suburbs.
volunteer and Committee member. “Darrah impressed us from the beginning with her commit- To learn more, call us today. • Transitional Care
ment and planning, and she epitomizes a Girl Scout Gold Awardee.”
Fewer than 6 percent of Girl Scouts earn the Gold Award. Those who do are also recognized ©2010
by the President and U.S. Congress, the U.S. Armed Services, state legislatures, and the Ameri-
can Legion. A growing number of colleges and universities now recognize the achievements
and leadership capabilities of Girl Scout Gold Awardees through scholarship programs.
Indeed, Friedman’s 11-year tenure as a Girl Scout was a significant asset at least twice during
her project. One initially-reluctant interviewee agreed to participate, and a sponsor of the film
relaxed a guideline for its support—both in large part, she says, “because I’m a Girl Scout.”
Though future screenings have not been scheduled, Friedman is exploring several avenues
through which she might share the documentary, including showings at film festivals, touring
Jewish community centers and schools, sharing a reel with the History and Discovery channels,
and expanding the series to include other “Voices of History” subjects, such as Vietnam War
veterans. Licensing and finances will play a role in her decisions. 215-371-3000
Marc Adelman, an educator at the Holocaust Awareness Museum in Northeast Philadelphia,
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CELEBRATING JEWISH CULTURE & COMMUNITY

Ohev Shalom Unveils Fully Accessible


Sanctuary and Synagogue
Marks 20th Anniversary of Americans With Disabilities Act

T his High Holiday season


is a special one in the life
of Ohev Shalom’s sanctuary
and community. As our nation
marks the 20th anniversary
of the passage of the Americans
With Disabilities Act, the
synagogue’s bimah, a raised
platform with a reading desk
from which the Torah and
Haf_arah (a reading from the
prophets) are read will be
fully accessible. Beginning
on Rosh Hashana, the Jewish
New Year, for the first time
in the building’s 45-year his-
tory, every congregant and
visitor will have the oppor-
tunity to go up to the bimah
regardless of their ability to
walk or navigate stairs.
Most congregants accept the
honor of “going up” to the
bimah on numerous occasions,
never questioning their abili-
ty to do so physically. How-
ever for some, the steps and
height made it difficult and
sometimes impossible to re-
ceive the meaningful honor Ohev Shalom Congregants Bill and Lorraine Gross
of having an Aliyah. Now inaugurate the synagogue’s new Bimah lift.
Voted 2010 Best Retirement thanks to Ohev’s generous
congregation, the sanctuary has a modern wheelchair lift to the bimah, skillfully encased in
Community on the Main Line a new cabinet designed to match the existing woodwork. Cantor Steven Friedrich says,
“Having our bimah be accessible for everyone, regardless of physical condition, makes
our religious services more meaningful for all in attendance.” Bill Gross, previously of
Media’s B. Gross Men’s Store remarks, “Actually it was embarrassing to hobble up the stairs,

Look at even though that was many years ago. Now it will be wonderful being able to go up in my
chair.” His wife Lorraine adds, “It’s not just for Bill; it’s for all of our future!”
Ohev also offers fully accessible services with an Assisted Hearing System and large
print prayer books. The rest of the building is fully accessible as well, including its park-

All That’s New!


ing spaces, reception area and restrooms. Although other congregations may have a ramp
system, the elevator at the bimah is highly unusual. According to congregant Amy Larchuk,
“Those of us with physical issues here at Ohev are so wanted as part of Jewish ritual that
the congregation gladly raised a great deal of money and put up with a large inconvenience
just for us. I am overwhelmed with gratitude for the thoughtfulness of our members.”
Rabbi Jeremy Gerber, who plans to utilize the lift in various times throughout services,
Rediscover Martins Run, echoes the feeling of the congregation at large, “We know in our communal memory, what
it means to be left out, ignored, forgotten, and marginalized. Sometimes we forget, but
with these exciting new amenities: making our sanctuary handicap-accessible brings it all back to the present day. We must
continue to strive, every day, to achieve equality. This project sends a strong message to
our members, our visitors, and to the wider community about what our congregation
UÊEnergy Club with indoor heated pool, two exercise cherishes and what we value most.”
To learn more about the Bimah project or Ohev Shalom – Bringing Judaism to Life in
rooms, locker rooms and a juice bar café. Delaware County – contact Joshua Laster, Executive Director, 610-874-1465 or by email @
exec@ohev.net or visit www.ohev.net.
UÊ iÈ}˜iÀÊapartment homes.
UÊÊÃiiV̈œ˜ÊœvÊdining venues. JCC M A C C A B I participants have spoken of making new
friends and memories to last a lifetime, mo-
tivating many to return to the Games year
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after year, even volunteering as delegation
heads and coaches once they are too old
ÃÕÀÀœÕ˜`‡ÃœÕ˜`Êtheater. And...Philly brought home the Gold many, to compete.
many times this summer. Philadelphia JCC Maccabi in 2011
Since the games were established in 1982, If this all sounds like an experience of a
Call Michele at 610-355-1302 or they have offered a life-changing experience, lifetime, hold on to your hats. The Games
not just to the athletes themselves, but also are coming to your hometown. August 14 -
Pattie at 610-355-1328. to their parents and coaches and the legions 19, 2011 the JCC Maccabi Games will be
of volunteers in host communities who work hosted by Philadelphia. The Games will be
hard for more than a year to plan a busy based on the Main Line, out of the Kaiserman
week of events on the field and off. In every JCC (the home office of Team Philadelphia).
team and individual contest, Games partici- Athletes, volunteers, sponsors will be re-
pants are encouraged to follow the “Rachmanus cruited from all over the 5-county Philadel-
Rule,” a credo that dictates fair play, based phia area. Host families must live within a
on the Jewish values of mercy and compas- 30 minute drive to the Kaiserman JCC.
sion. Teamwork, sportsmanship, and respect Already a part of the team, the Jewish
for opponents are prized over winning at any Exponent has generously agreed to be the
A not-for-profit senior living community cost. Media Sponsor for the Games. The Jewish
founded on Jewish values and traditions, Supplementing the team and individual Federation of Greater Philadelphia has gra-
sports competitions, throughout the week ciously pledged $50,000 towards this project.
financially sound and secure for 30 years there are fun and engaging social programs This will be a massive community-wide event
that promote friendships, community service that will involve the entire Jewish commu-
11 Martins Run Media, PA 19063 projects that instill the Jewish values of tikkun nity. Hundreds of host families and volun-
Minutes from the Main Line olam (repairing the world) and tzedakah teers will need to be rallied and $1.5 million
(social justice), and informal educational raised. Visit www.phillymaccabi.com or
www.martinsrun.org instruction that fosters a personal connec- call 610-896-7770 ext. 102, bsegal@phillyjcc.com
tion to the state of Israel. Over the years, to get involved.
Martins Run does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
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Mazel tov
M CELEBRATING JEWISH CULTURE & COMMUNITY

Mitzvah Moms Connect Teens with Meaningful Projects


And fill a need within the local community
Kaiserman JCC Open House
Join Kaiserman JCC for an Open House Sunday, September 19, from 9
a.m. - 3 p.m. New membership savings of up to $281 if you register that
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from 1:30 - 3 p.m. Red Cross Blood Drive from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Tours of
the facility all day! Existing JCC members can earn $75 in referral cred-
its when referring a new member to the Open House. See you at the
JCC, 45 Haverford Rd., Wynnewood, PA 19096. For info call 610-896-7770
Friedenberg, co-founder of themitzvahbowl.com. ext. 100 or visit www.phillyjcc.com.
Val Franklin, themitzvahbowl.com co-founder, describes
their motivation behind the website, “The children are look- Congregation Beth Hamedrosh Services
ing for meaningful and enriching projects, but typically the Congregation Beth Hamedrosh presents a free shofar and tashlich ser-
parents are the ones digging deeper to find the perfect match vice on Thursday, September 9, at 4 p.m. in the Chapel. The shofar ser-
for their child. This website takes the onus off of the par- vice will start, followed by tashlich at Indian Creek. Refreshments will be
ents and gives the children an easy way to find a perfect served. Congregation Beth Hamedrosh presents a Yom Kippur and Yizkor
match.” Service on Saturday, September 18, at 11 a.m. in the Chapel at Con-
Typically Bar and Bat mitzvah aged kids must complete gregation Beth Hamedrosh, 200 Haverford Road, in Wynnewood, PA. For
several mitzvoth, including an in-depth mitzvah project, info, call 610-642-6444 or online visit www.bethhamedrosh.org.
prior to B’nai mitzvah. Each synagogue compiles its own
list of mitzvah projects, some temples more detailed than
others, but themitzvahbowl.com creates a resource of data Looking for a unique & welcoming
for students based on their interests, for example, animals Reconstructionist Jewish Community?
or the environment, and lists organizations under categories
for easy access. By categorizing their choices, the hope is
A home for the High Holidays?
that the students find a mitzvah project about which they
are passionate. The Narberth Havurah
Not only do Friedenberg and Franklin want to give the invites you to join us for
students many organizations to choose from, they also want
The Mitzvah Bowl moms, from left – Cheryl Friedenberg and to suggest various projects for them to get involved. It’s Rosh Hashanah Services
Valerie Franklin. Visit www.themitzvahbowl.com. one thing to ask family and friends to donate money to an Sept. 8 • 6:15 pm young children; 7 pm adults
organization, but it’s another to get involved with the orga- St. John’s Episcopal Church, Bala Cynwyd
alerie Franklin and Cheryl Friedenberg, of Dresher and nization with a hands-on project, which connects the stu- Sept. 9 • Services, with Tashlich prayers,
V Blue Bell, PA, both busy juggling family life, and the dent to those who benefit from the organization. The Mitzvah
desire to make a difference, decided to launch The Mitzvah Bowl asks each organization they list to send them suggest-
in Shortridge Park 11 am
Yom Kippur Services
Bowl when they realized there was no central database in ed hands-on projects beyond just fundraising. Sept. 17 • Kol Nidre, 6:15 pm young children;
the Philly suburbs listing mitzvah projects. The result is For instance, a student enthusiastic about technology 7 pm adults St. John’s Episcopal Church
www.themitzvahbowl.com, a website connecting Bar/Bat could contact Jewish Family and Children’s Services to set
Mitzvah students to social action projects. up a weekly visit in an area nursing home with residents, Sept. 18 • Contemplative Walk 10 am Narberth Park;
High school students looking for community service hours, teaching them how to surf the web or email. Closing Service/Yizkor, 5 pm; Potluck Break-Fast
Church youth groups, scouting organizations & families By practicing community service, responsibility, kindness, 7 pm Merion Friends Activity Building
searching for a way to make a difference may also benefit & good deeds, bar and bat mitzvah students will connect FREE to Havurah members
from this online resource. to their Jewish identity and get a true taste of what it’s like
“Several local Rabbis and Jewish leaders have mentioned to make a difference. Meanwhile, the mitzvah moms will con- Guest Fee: $36/per household per holiday
to us that this was on their ‘to do’ lists, but they haven’t tinue their mission of stocking the The Mitzvah Bowl web- $72/per household for all fall holidays
had the time or resources to complete the task,” said Cheryl site.
Contact Louise with questions &
seat reservations, at 610-896-5507
Send seat reservations to:
Narberth Havurah Invites Community to Rosh Hashanah P.O. Box 65, Narberth, PA 19072
www.narber thhavurah.org
and Yom Kippur Events
with a young children’s service at 6:15 p.m. and general ser-
T he Narberth Havurah, a Reconstructionist Jewish com-

IT’S AS EASY AS
munity celebrating its fifth year under the spiritual direc- vice at 7 p.m. at St. John’s Episcopal Church. On September
tion of Rabbi Yitzhak Nates, invites the community for Rosh 18 a Contemplative Walk will be held at 10 a.m., at Narberth
Hashanah Eve on Wednesday, September 8 at St. John’s Park. That evening a Closing Service/Yizkor will be held at
Episcopal Church, 404 Levering Mill Road, Bala Cynwyd. 5 p.m.; and a Potluck Break-Fast will take place at 7 p.m.,
Young children’s service at 6:15 p.m., general service at 7 at Merion Friends Activity Building, 615 Montgomery
p.m. On Thursday, September 9 at 11 a.m. afternoon ser- Avenue, Merion. Free to Havurah members. Guest fees are
vices with shofar blowing and Tashlich prayers will be held $36 per household for each holiday; $72 for all fall holidays.
in Shortridge Park, Wynnewood Road and Shortridge Drive. For information or to reserve a seat, call 610-896-5507 or
Bring a picnic lunch. visit www.narberthhavurah.org.
Yom Kippur Services will be held Friday, September 17,
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E D U C AT I O N & BA C K- T O- SC H O O L N E W S
Joint Concert – Dancefusion & 360º Dance Company
Premieres at Fringe Festival
Artistic Director Gwendolyn Bye.
O n September 10 and 11, 2010 two
electrifying dance companies,
Danecfusion and 360º Dance Company
360º Dance Company, a New York-
based company under Artistic Direc-
will perform in Joint Concert at Drexel tion of Martin Lofsnes, is comprised
• ACCEPTING REGISTRATION • University’s Mandell Theater as part primarily of former principal dancers
of the Philly Fringe Festival. Dance- from the Martha Graham Dance Com-
PHILADELPHIA STUDIO BALLET fusion will present three Philadelphia pany, and is dedicated to combining
www.philadelphiastudioballet.com premieres and 360º Dance Company the great classics of modern dance
will present one premiere. with cutting-edge contemporary com-
Suzanne Slenn – Director • Ballet - Pre thru Professional
Formerly of Pennsylvania Ballet missions. The 360º Dance Company
and The Rock School • Hip Hop/Jazz/Funk Danecfusion and 360º Dance will feature a new work, “Que Color
• Tap • Musical Theater Company will perform at Drexel Tiene El Amor” by Ricardo Flores. This
• Mommy & Me • Zumba University’s Mandell Theater on work takes the audience on an adven-
• Performing Company September 10 and 11. ture of theatrical magic as two dancers,
• Boys’ Ballet Scholarship Martin Lofsnes and Alessandra Prosperi
Program Dancefusion, celebrating 23 years weave a provocative duet of attraction.
• Boys’ Hip-Hop Class of dance under the Artistic Direction Joint Concert – Dancefusion and
• Birthday Parties of Gwendolyn Bye, will feature the re- 360º Dance Company Performances
Little Ballerinas construction of Pauline Koner’s solo
masterpiece “The Farewell” danced
are Friday, September 10 and 11 at
8:00 p.m. and Saturday, September 11
Blending Fundamental Dance
Instruction with Costumes and Props by Janet Pilla to Gustav Mahler’s The at 2:00 p.m., at Mandell Theater, Drexel
Song of the Earth. The program in- University, 3300 Chestnut Street, Phila-
OPEN HOUSE cludes the full company in Daniel delphia PA 19104. Tickets: $25 Adults
REGISTRATION Maloney’s “Suite for Percussion” with - Students/Children ($5 off). Contact
CHILDREN • TEENS • ADULTS live music of Westley Rast and a new work, Dwelling by the Festival Box Office at 215-413-1318 or visit www.livearts-
Sept. 9 • 5 pm - 7 pm company member Joe Cicala. “This raw, highly physical fringe.org. For group rates and info contact: Dancefusion
Sept. 11 • 11 am - 2 pm and emotional duet, danced by Cicala and Christine Taylor, Office: 215-222-7633 or gbyedance.org.
explores the difficulty of a dissolving relationship,” states
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Rosemont School of the Holy
Piano Artist Studio Child has introduced six new
faculty members for the
Providing an exciting music 2010 - 2011 school year.
program for kids and teens The teachers are, from left –
Piano Lessons, Recitals and Awards! Mary Beth Hughes of Glad-
wyne, Early Childhood and
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3903 City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
and Lower School music;
Christina Thomson of Con-
shohocken, Kindergarten;
Maureen Josephsen of Rose-
mont, 5th grade; and Mason
Branch of Philadelphia,
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E D U C AT I O N & BA C K- T O- SC H O O L N E W S Polly’s Playroom


Early Learning
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• All Subsidies Accepted
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5 Years of Magic and the Dreams Keep Growing! “A Playroom of


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• Keystone STARS 2 Facility
• Licensed Providers with
Early Childhood Education

“I
t’s unbelievable, what’s going on around here!” exclaim-
ed Bobbi Wolf as she looked at the Fall 2010 line-up for
Wolf Performing Arts Center. Over 100 children signed-up
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Bobbi admits when she
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was a dream come true, but
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she had no idea this dream 2 LOCATIONS: University City, Phila.
grow so big, so fast. “Of and Merion, PA – on the Main Line
course we hoped...we want-
ed to reach out to more chil- Creative • Ballet • Modern • Jazz
dren and their families, and
Tap • Hip-Hop • Musical Theater

Photo/Randl Bye
let everyone feel at home here,”
said Bobbi. Wolf PAC was Boys & Girls Ages 3-18
home to almost 200 children
Wolf PAC is getting ready for its Fall programs and Open throughout this year’s Summer Starting Saturday, September 11
House Birthday Party September 13, after its successful of Theatre Magic and waiting
“Summer of Theatre Magic.” lists were in place for some For information: 215-222-7633
Fall classes by August. or register online at: www.gbyedance.org
In five years, Wolf PAC has more grown exponentially, thanks to the talented staff and
the hard-working board of directors, “and the families” added Bobbi. “We wouldn’t be
where we are without all of these families. So, Happy Birthday Wolf PAC!” Bobbi said,
smiling and pointing to two youngsters exchanging hugs in the hallway, “this is what it’s
about though, it is amazing to watch them build friendships and feel good about themselves.”
Reading Learning Center
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Wolf PAC welcomes the entire community to the Open House Birthday Party on Monday, Homework Help • One-on-One Tutoring Evaluation
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building, take sample classes, register for Fall 2010, meet other families, and enjoy the offers or prior purchases.
Study Skills • Screening for Dyslexia Offer exp. 10/8/10 CSN
fabulous birthday cake. The entire evening is free. Wolf Performing Arts Center is located
at the corner of Remington and Dover Roads, in Wynnewood. For info visit www.wolfper-
ESL • Multi-Sensory Programs
formingartscenter.org or call 610-642-0233. TH
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C rozer-Keystone Rehabilitation Services presents its “Active Living Series: Rehabilitation
and Resources for an Active Lifestyle.” This four-part series kicks off on Saturday,
September 18 with a program at the Aston Community Center (257 Concord Rd., Aston)
from noon to 2 p.m., and will continue throughout the fall. Learn how to live healthy with
a neurological disorder, such as Multiple Sclerosis, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), Parkinson’s
disease, stroke and dementia. Learn more about these conditions and available treatments/
therapies. Free hearing and stroke screenings will also be offered at the event, as well as
free refreshments and giveaways. All participants will be entered into a raffle for a 30-day
membership to the Healthplex® Sports Club in Springfield.
Call 1-877-CK-MOTION (1-877-256-6846) to register.
For info on Crozer-Keystone’s rehabilitation services, visit http://ckhshmi.crozer.org.
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DON’T IGNORE
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• Treatment of Gum Disease
Gentle Yoga for Everybody
• Cosmetic Dentistry: bonding,
veneers, tooth whitening
“Y oga is for everybody!” declares Georgette DuBois, as
she announces the September 15 start of her Gentle
Introduction to Yoga class at The Yoga Garden in Narberth.
• Crowns and bridges, dentures This class is an opportunity to ease into yoga for those
who are brand-new beginners, have been away from yoga
• Root canal treatment for a while, or haven’t yet found a class that suits their needs.
Graduate of the Univ. of Penn. It will include stretching, breathing, basic yoga postures, and
meditative silence in a comfortable, serene atmosphere.
Dr. Maria-Victoria G. Fernando “I love introducing yoga to people who may be hesitant,
wondering if it’s something they can do. Or perhaps they’ve
CALL 215-473-7879 tried a class that was too vigorous for them, so they didn’t
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Senior Citizens Discount. Emergencies welcome. to moving their bodies, but who quickly discover in my
classes that they CAN do yoga and feel great doing it.”
EXPERIENCE OUR WARM, GENTLE DENTAL CARE According to the American Yoga Association, the classi-
cal techniques of yoga date back more than 5,000 years. In
ancient times, the desire for greater personal freedom, health,
long life, and heightened self-understanding gave birth to
this system of physical and mental exercise that has since
spread throughout the world. The word yoga means “to join
or yoke together,” and it brings the body and mind together
into a harmonious whole.
“Yoga is increasingly popular in our fast-paced world.”
Georgette observes. “It offers an easily learned approach to
relaxing the body and quieting the mind, which allows release
of the stress that we all experience.” Georgette DuBois, MS, RYT has been practicing yoga since 1990
Students experience the benefits of this mind/body/spirit and became certified to teach Kripalu yoga in 1995. She found-
practice from their very first class with Georgette, and they ed the award-winning Yoga Garden, which is now under the
keep coming back. “I have students who have been taking direction of Mark Nelson. In her classes, she encourages stu-
my classes regularly for over a decade. It’s wonderful to see dents to honor their inner wisdom, nurturing body, mind and
the positive impact that the regular practice of yoga has spirit by practicing awareness and self-acceptance.
on their lives.”
PROFESSIONAL • TRUSTWORTHY • RELIABLE Georgette’s Gentle Introduction to Yoga starts on Wednes- For information about the full range of offerings at The
Let Our Experienced Personal Care Attendants day September 15, 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. The fee for the Yoga Garden, visit www.yogagardennarberth.com or call
Meet the Challenges of Your Daily Needs. 4 week session is $40, and drop-ins are $15 per class. The 610-664-2705.
Affordable Live-In Caregivers Yoga Garden is located at 131 N. Narberth Avenue, above To contact Georgette about her gentle classes, email
the Narberth Movie Theater. yogageorgette@gmail.com, or call 484-995-3619.
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Summer May Be Ending, But It’s “A Midsummer


SENIOR Night’s Dream” at the Old Academy
CITIZENS’ T he Old Academy Players,
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