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An evening with Dr. Gill Heart, Phd Atlanta
Sunday, Oct. 20th at 7:00 PM

At the Homewood Suites
755 Currency Circle in Lake Mary

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Impacted by stress?

Imagine this – You are on a special mission behind enemy lines.
The enemy is chasing you. Exhausted and dehydrated, one false move could be your
last. We don’t face such pressure in our daily lives, however our lives consist of a
continuum of lower-level stressful events.

Dr Heart will share his expertise in controling emotional responses to stress based on his experience in Israeli Special Forces combined with Kabbalistic teachings.

Gill Heart served for over 6 years in an elite, Special Forces unit in the IDF.
He received his Phd in bio-medical engineering from London University.

Fees:  
$10 Advance RSVP Per Person (Until October 17th)
$12 Fee Per Person (After October 17th)
$360 Event Sponsor - Includes:
- Admission for two
-
VIP Dinner for two with Dr. Gill Heart at 6:00 PM

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Fees: 
$15 Entrance Fee
$36 to purchase a book
$180 - Event Sponsor
$1,800 - Event Host

About Joanne Caras and her Holocaust Cookbook:

In 2005 Joanne visited the Carmei Ha’ir Soup Kitchen in Jerusalem.  She was so impressed that she came home determined to raise money to support them. Carmei Ha’ir serves over 500 meals each day to poor and hungry Israelis.

For two years the Caras family worked tirelessly to collect recipes and stories from Holocaust Survivors all over the world. Joanne then compiled them into an unforgettable Holocaust Survivor Cookbook.

Proceeds from every cookbook sold benefit Carmei Ha’ir.“To date we have raised over $700,000 in total for a variety of groups and  charities.” Joanne said. “Our goal is to raise millions for Carmei Ha’ir and millions more for Jewish groups all over the world”, Joanne said. “In total we would like to sell 6 million cookbooks as a tribute to the memory of those Jews who did not survive the Holocaust.” “Right now the demand is so overwhelming that we are on our eighth printing.” Joanne said. “We have shipped cookbooks from Florida to Canada, New York to California, and all over the world.”

Every cookbook sold creates three blessing:

·        It raises money for groups and charities
·        It helps to support a soup kitchen in Israel
·        It honors all survivors and keeps their stories alive for generations to come.

“We have touched the hearts of thousands of people,” Joanne says.

Joanne will tell how the cookbook was created and she will relate several of the most moving and miraculous stories that appear in the book. She has given over 160 speeches around the world and has appeared on Fox-TV, CBS, NBC, and national radio in the US, Canada, and Israel. “Each story in our cookbook is a miracle”. Joanne says.

As the son of highly decorated World War II German tank commander, he considered his father's Nazi allegiance a cardinal sin. This led him to study the suffering of the Jewish people, an ultimate conversion to Judaism, and a decision to serve in the IDF. Join us to hear this fascinating journey.

Sunday, October 28th at 7pm
at Marriott in Lake Mary
1501 International Parkway, 32746


Fees:  
$10 Entrance Fee

Sponsorship Opportunities:  
$180 - Event Sponsor 
$1,800 - Event Host

 

 

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Fees:  
$10 Advance RSVP (Before Wed. Feb 27)
$12 Entrance Fee
$360 Event Sponsor - Includes:
- Admission for two
- A copy of Rabbi Nessenoff's book and
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Private Dinner for 2 with Rabbi Nesenoff at the home of Rabbi Yanky & Chanshy Majesky following   the lecture.

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