Dallas Doings — April 2008

Posted on 09 April 2008 by admin

‘Dance the Night Away’ to feature Doc Gibbs

Doc Gibbs and his band will headline the “Dance the Night Away” event, Saturday, May 3, 7:30 p.m., at Temple Emanu-El, 8500 Hillcrest Road. This cabaret-style evening, part of the Showcase Series, will include table seating and refreshments.

Doc Gibbs is a multitalented entertainer: singer, comedian, impressionist, songwriter and pianist. He’s a one-man show, but he will appear with his five-piece band for this fun-filled evening of music and dancing. Doc and his band play a variety of musical styles: popular, country, rhythm and blues, jazz and timeless standards. He will also take requests and perform some of his sidesplitting singing impressions of other famous entertainers such as Elvis, Michael Jackson, Louis Armstrong and Willie Nelson.

Doc has been honing his skills as an entertainer since he began self-teaching piano at 8 years old. He continued with formal training through high school and graduated from Brandeis University in 1972. Throughout those years, he served as a church musician in accompanist, singer and director roles. He is a featured artist with Nana Puddin’ and Young Audiences (Big Thought) of Texas, providing inspirational, entertaining and educational shows for youth. He has provided show music for Percy Sledge, Joan Rivers and the Drifters, and has performed throughout the U.S. and internationally including China, Russia, Nigeria, the Caribbean and England. Doc also works as a speaker providing motivational and musical presentations that entertain and inspire.

He says he is blessed to be doing what he enjoys: performing, entertaining and speaking. His goal is to inspire, encourage, and make people laugh, fully living out his motto: “Doc makes you feel good!”

The Showcase Series is produced by the Temple Emanu-El Music Committee, chaired by Sarah Yarrin and advised by Cantor Richard Cohn. The series is celebrating its 18th year as a premier event at Temple Emanu-El.

Tickets are $15/adult; $12/senior/student; $7/youth 13 and under. Order online at www.tedallas.org or call Temple Emanu-El, 214-706-0000; Sarah Yarrin, 214-924-1487; or Rosalee Cohen, 972-233-2001.

‘Silenced Voices’ concert May 1

On Thursday, May 1, 7:30 p.m., at the UTD Conference Center, 800 W. Campbell Road, the Dallas Chamber Orchestra will feature a concert called “Silenced Voices: A Concert of Remembrance” highlighting musical works by composers murdered in the Holocaust. The event is presented by the University of Texas–Dallas Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies in cooperation with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Dallas.

Admission is free but reservations are required: 972-883-2100. Take note that the president and chairman of the Dallas Chamber Orchestra is Laura Rosenthal, a member of Chabad of Dallas; and two of its board members are Carol Tobias and Alice Rosen, members of Temple Emanu-El.

Bnai Zion celebrates 100th anniversary

Sunday, May 4, 10 a.m. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 14315 Midway Road, Addison, Bnai Zion will celebrate its 100th anniversary with a brunch honoring Patti and Howard Fields and Eli Davidsohn and recognizing Judah Epstein. Special guest speaker will be Alon Carmel, founder and former CEO of JDate. All proceeds from the brunch will be donated to AHAVA, a residential center for children ages 6 to 18 who come from high-risk home situations, where Alon spent a period of his childhood.

Cost of brunch: $50 per person and $40 for persons under 30 years of age.

Space is limited. Please call Avrille at 972-918-9200 or e-mail her at avrille.harris-cohen@bnaizion.org to make reservations.

Holocaust art exhibition at museum

During the month of May, the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance will present “The Color of Memory: Art by Two Daughters of the Holocaust.” The exhibition consists of the work of two artists, Julie Meetal and Veronique Jonas, whose paintings and sculptures embody the searing effect of the Holocaust on their families and on the Jews of Europe during World War II.

Julie Meetal’s exhibition, “Out of Ashes,” is a series with 11 paintings, one large sculpture and three smaller pieces. The work directly reflects the Holocaust stories of her Hungarian parents and the larger fate of European Jews.

Veronique Jonas’ series of 12 paintings, entitled “The Color of Memory,” poetically envisions the experience of her family and the Jewish community on the Greek island of Rhodes.

The artists employ differing styles to achieve their aims. Meetal paints imaginatively, creating a dreamlike nexus of figures, symbols, and saturated color, while Jonas paints with a heightened realism to depict the buildings of the Jewish quarter of Rhodes.

For Meetal and Jonas, their art expresses the personal and emotional repercussions of the Holocaust for their parents and for themselves. Through their eyes, the viewer is able to understand the Holocaust not just as history, but as the story of real families and specific individuals. These artists give us both the facts of memory and its ineffable color of loss and remembrance. Meetal and Jonas want the testimony of their art to refute those who try to deny the Holocaust, and to awaken all of us to the threat of genocide around the world today.

Both artists live in the Dallas area and created the work in this exhibition independently. In 2005, when they were both participating in an exhibition in Israel, they found each other engaged in the same mission, and joined together to create the exhibition, “The Color of Memory: Art by Two Daughters of the Holocaust.”

Ticket prices are $6 for adults and $4 for students under 18, seniors, active military and groups of 15 or more. Prices include the Holocaust Museum exhibit, audio guide and “Color of Memory” art show. For more information, please contact the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance at 214-741-7500 or go to www.colorofmemory.com.

Melton alumni to graduate, celebrate

At graduation on June 3, the Honu Frankel chapter of the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School Alumni Association of Dallas will be launched. The celebration will allow family members and graduates to come together to celebrate Honu’s life and commitment to high-quality adult Jewish education. Honoring Honu’s memory and love of learning, her family worked closely with Rachelle Weiss-Crane and Annie Glickman to create this lasting tribute. The funds contributed will provide for tuition assistance, faculty development, guest speakers and other important initiatives in Dallas which will sustain the Mini School for years to come.

For more information, contact Annie Glickman at 214-239-7140 or aglickman@jccdallas.org.

Akiba Academy celebrates its educational future: Mark Stolovitsky signs long-term contract as head of school

Three-and-a-half years ago, Akiba Academy was facing many challenges — moving onto to a new campus and transitioning to a new set of administrators and a newly-hired head of school. While remaining true to its core Modern Orthodox values and mission, Akiba Academy is stronger and more confident than ever before. ”We have seen our academic program, as well as the quality of administrative and teaching staff, rise to levels of excellence unprecedented in our school’s history,” said Elizabeth Liener, president of the board of trustees. “The culture at Akiba is positive, open and constructive. As a result, students and families genuinely enjoy being at our school and understand the value and beauty of the education we are providing. The numbers tell the story — during these past few years, we have grown nearly 30 percent in enrollment, while retention levels are at an all-time high. A recent third-party school assessment affirms the vibrancy and strength of our educational culture.”

The Board of Trustees of Akiba has announced that Mark Stolovitsky signed a long-term contract, remaining at the helm of Akiba Academy for at least another four years.

A law graduate of McGill University in Montreal, “Mar S.”, as he is known to his students, was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 1981. Following graduate studies in history of Jewish interpretation at McGill, he obtained a master’s degree in educational policy and administration from the University of Calgary.

His solid background in administration, financial management, marketing and institutional advancement provide the strength required to build cohesive team unity and integrity. His teaching skills give him the insightful ability to present Judaism meaningfully to students.

Under his direction, Akiba has also recently extended long-term agreements with the following key personnel: business manager Nancy Skinner, a 15-year veteran at Akiba; Dr. Beverly Millican, director of general studies, who came on board at the same time as Mark Stolovitsky; Rabbi Zev Silver, who leads the Judaic studies faculty; and Jordana Bernstein, director of early childhood education.

“The dynamic spirit of Mr. Stolovitsky has moved Akiba from a point of uncertainty and challenge to a position of strength and unlimited possibilities. His comprehensive experience and talents as an educator and a leader serve him well as he continues to effectively grow our school within the framework of our values and our mission. We are incredibly fortunate to have a head of school with his level of commitment, energy and vision,” Mrs. Liener added.

In May, as part of the Scholarship Raffle and Dinner event, Akiba will “Celebrate its Educational Future” with a special tribute to faculty and staff. For more information about Akiba, or to arrange for a tour, please contact Mireille Brisebois-Allen at 214-295-3400, mallen@akibaacademy.org.

Swing into summer with Equity Bank’s End of Schoolyear Bash!

Come show off your putting skills at the first annual Equity Bank End of Schoolyear Bash! Enter in the miniature golf tournament or help sponsor a child player. All proceeds from the tournament and event will go to the Gladys Golman/Faye Dallen Education Fund (GGFDEF), a charitable foundation that provides training for preschool, day-school and religious-school teachers on the educational challenges of teaching children with learning differences. A buffet including kosher offerings will also be featured along with a driving range and batting cages.

The tournament will be held at Top Golf in Dallas, at the northwest corner of Park Lane and Abrams, on Saturday, May 18, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Sponsors include Equity Bank, Waldman Bros., Glazer’s Distributors, Current Energy, the Zweig Family, the Sol Levine Family, Rich Hippie, Ed and Jill Sedacca, Sheila and Jeff Chapman, Bonnie and Jeff Whitman, Michael and Jane Hurst, Kahn Mechanical, Carol and Steve Aaron, Martin and Susan Golman, Stan and Barbara Levenson, Harold and Ida Ann Zweig, David and Lauren Zweig, Bennett and Marion Glazer, Insurance Partners Southwest, Trevor and Elaine Pearlman, Levy and Sons Plumbing, Baxter Brinkmann and Lisa Stout, and Brown McCarroll.

The Gladys Golman/Faye Dallen Education Fund (GGFDEF) was created by Louis and Robin Zweig in honor of their son David, who has Asperger’s syndrome. The GGFDEF was started in September 2007 with the vision to provide educational resources for Dallas-area preschool, day-school, and religious-school teachers so that they, and their students with learning differences, could fulfill their educational responsibilities and needs. The fund finances educational seminars and training days, and focuses on helping teachers and religious-school leaders develop classroom strategies for learning differences such as autism, Asperger’s syndrome, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia and other neurological disorders.

To date, the fund has sponsored and facilitated five training sessions in which 100 area teachers have gone through two-hour training sessions that introduce and explain the neurological disorders which affect our children today.

The fund is establishing a resource center in the Tycher Library at the Jewish Community Center of Dallas, where parents, students, and teachers can access the latest information about neurological disorders, learn best practices and develop strategies to foster success.

Federation’s Jewish Education Department presents scholar Rabbi Marvin Tokayer

The Dallas Jewish community is delighted to welcome scholar Rabbi Marvin Tokayer, an internationally renowned expert on the Jewish experience in the Far East, to our city from May 2 to May 11.

Rabbi Tokayer will speak and teach across a wide swath of Jewish Dallas. Congregational visits include Shaare Tefilla, Temple Emanu-El and Anshai Torah. He will also visit with school-age children as well as adult learners at the Melton Mini School. In the community-at-large, he is scheduled to teach a seminar for teachers at the Holocaust Museum; visit SMU’s Bridwell Library, repository of a 12th-century Torah written by Chinese Jews; and lead a Talmud class, focusing on Asian study of the Talmud.

The author of 33 books in Japanese and a guide for tours of Jewish life in the Far East, Rabbi Tokayer served as rabbi of the Jewish community of Japan from 1968 to 1981, where he also served as vice president of the Jewish communities of East Asia and the Pacific. He is co-author of “The Fugu Plan,” the heroic story of the European Jews who found haven in Japan and China during the Holocaust. He recently retired as rabbi of Cherry Lane Minyan in Great Neck, N.Y.

While in Dallas, Rabbi Tokayer will participate in a diverse array of activities, including Sabbath afternoon study at Shaare Tefilla, an Orthodox synagogue; a Rosh Chodesh observance for women to commemorate the beginning of the month at Anshai Torah, a Conservative synagogue, and giving the Neustadt Lecture at Temple Emanu-El, a Reform temple.

Rabbi Tokayer’s visit is presented by the Jewish Education Department of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas and is sponsored by Frank and Helen Risch.

Those interested in attending one of Rabbi Tokayer’s lectures are asked to contact Melissa Bernstein at 214-239-7134 or mbernstein@jfgd.org.

Akiba Academy honored for noteworthy practices at Conference for Excellence in Jewish Education

A group of Akiba Academy of Dallas’ professional and lay leaders traveled to Boston last week to attend the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education (PEJE) Assembly for Jewish Day Schools. Over 1300 representatives from 265 schools were “Linked for Learning, Positioned for Growth” over the span of two days of content-rich seminars, enhanced through the use of innovative meeting practices such as World Café Conversations.

Keynote addresses from Pat Bassett, president of the National Association of Independent Schools, and Israeli statesman Natan Sharansky were the highlights of evening programming. Sharansky delivered a passionate message about the importance of one’s identity and the role played by Jewish day schools in this affirmation. Through moving anecdotes culled from pivotal, life-altering events, Sharansky passionately inspired this important gathering of Jewish educators and innovators.

This biennial conference also marked the debut of PEJE’s Marketing Awards initiative, designed to recognize Jewish day schools which have demonstrated exemplary practices in the area of marketing. Over 200 entries were considered and Akiba Academy was recognized for Excellence in Data Collection and Analysis, Responsiveness to Parents’ Needs with its Electronic Newsletter, and materials developed for Fundraising, Annual Campaigns. All winning entries are now part of PEJE’s community of marketing practices, and shared electronically with Jewish day schools across the U.S., Canada and other participating countries.

Revitalized from this infusion of knowledge, expertise and innovative practices in all areas responsible for Jewish day school growth and success, Akiba Academy is now, more than ever, poised to “Celebrate its Educational Future,” the theme of this year’s Scholarship Event and Faculty Tribute on May 15. That evening, Akiba will honor current faculty and staff members who exemplify best practices by delivering excellence in Judaic and general studies education every day. A special memento will be awarded to Akiba employees who have contributed to Akiba’s success for the last five years and longer.
Second Annual Passover Restaurant at the J

The “J” will be the scene of its Second Annual Passover Restaurant on Thursday, April 24, 6 to 8 p.m., at the Zale Auditorium, 7900 Northaven Road. The evening will include a delicious meal, great activities and fun for all the children.

Best of all, there’s no fuss, no muss and no cleaning! Fees for the evening and program are: adults, $15; children (2–12 years old), $10. Reservations and payment must be received by Tuesday, April 22. For more information, or to make a reservation, call 214-739-2737.≠

Daniel Bonner among 250 high school seniors that make a difference
Daniel Bonner, an outstanding senior from Yavneh Academy of Dallas, has demonstrated the academic excellence, school leadership and community involvement to earn a finalist spot in the 20th class of the Coca-Cola Scholars program. Bonner was selected as a finalist from a field of approximately 2,000 semifinalists by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and will start college next fall with the help of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of North Texas and the Coca-Cola Company. Including the 20th class of scholars designated in 2008, the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation will have provided more than 4,000 young scholars nationwide with more than $35 million since the Foundation’s inception.

Bonner is one of 250 high school seniors selected nationwide to compete for a cash scholarship from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. On April 24, he will join other finalists as they travel to Atlanta, the headquarters of the Coca-Cola Company, for the Scholars Weekend to compete for 50 four-year college scholarships of $20,000 and 200 four-year scholarships of $10,000. Over the four-day weekend, the finalists will interview with a National Selection Committee, tour the city, meet with former Coca-Cola Scholars and participate in a range of activities including a community service project. Additionally, the 2008 class of Coca-Cola Scholars will be recognized at a banquet hosted by the Coca-Cola System, educators, local dignitaries and friends of the Scholars Foundation.

The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation is one of the most-recognized and respected corporate-sponsored scholarships in America. The foundation was created in 1986 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Coca-Cola and to establish a legacy for the education of tomorrow’s leaders through college scholarships. The program is open to all high school seniors in the United States from 26,000 high schools. Coca-Cola Scholars come from all 50 states and more than one-third are minorities.

SMU tribute to Simon Sargon
The Meadows Wind Ensemble will present a 70th birthday tribute to Simon Sargon, renowned contemporary composer, pianist and professor at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts, with guest performers including the Meadows Symphony Orchestra and Dallas Opera baritone John Sauvey. The concert will feature six of Sargon’s original compositions, including the world premiere of a piece written for the occasion. The concert will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 6, in Caruth Auditorium in the Owen Arts Center, 6101 Bishop Blvd. on the SMU campus. Tickets are $13 for adults, $10 for seniors and $7 for students, SMU faculty and staff. Free parking is available at Hillcrest and Binkley or in the garage under the Meadows Museum. To purchase tickets, call 214-768-2787.

The program will showcase the composer’s musical diversity, from classical to jazz, from comic to serious, based on themes ranging from war memories to nature to fairy tales. The concert opens with the world premiere of “Lift Off,” which was specially commissioned for the Meadows Wind Ensemble by its conductor, Jack Delaney. Inspired by the crashing of waves against a cliff along the Pacific shore, the piece suggests a soaring flight into gravity-less space. The work is followed by “After the Vietnam War,” a cycle of seven songs for baritone and orchestra written in 1984. The text consists of poems written by Vietnam veterans about their experiences. It will be performed by members of the Meadows Symphony Orchestra with John Sauvey.

The pace changes with the next work, “Dusting Around with Scott’s Rag” (1993), a jazzy, humorous variation on Scott Joplin’s “The Entertainer.” It will be performed by the Meadows Wind Ensemble and flute soloist Kathryn Martin.

Following a brief intermission, the Wind Ensemble returns for “Rap Sessions,” a showcase for solo trumpet and solo trombone that it commissioned in 2003. Trumpeter Durango Ruiz and trombonist James Layfield will be featured.
This piece is followed by “The World of Anatevka,” based on authentic folk melodies of Jewish villages of Eastern Europe and Russia which were wiped out in the Holocaust. Sargon said, “These melodies express the deep emotions, the profound love of life and the basic universal concerns of the vibrant people who once lived in these communities and are now no more.”

The concert concludes with “The Town Musicians of Bremen,” a breezy and lighthearted work based on the Grimm fairy tale. Sargon composed the piece in 2002 to celebrate the birth of his first grandchild, Juliana. Michael Blayney (Juliana’s father) will serve as narrator, and choreography by SMU dance students will be featured.

Synaplex Shabbat
at Temple Shalom
The community is cordially invited to celebrate Shabbat at Temple Shalom’s Synaplex Shabbat, Saturday, April 5, 9:30 a.m.–2 p.m., and to share in an array of choices including services, classes and activities for every age and every member of the family. The event — free, open to the community, no reservations necessary — will be ushered in with a Synaplex Jewbilee, a coming together of rhythm and song before everyone participates in a myriad of classes and interests.

Beginning at 10, the series of programs includes:
Rabbi Brian Zimmerman will present “Pump Up The Seder: How to Lead a Great Seder with Kids from K-12.”
Dennis Eichelbaum, attorney at law, will discuss: “Parents’ and Students’ Rights in Public Schools.”
“Unlocking the Secrets of our New Prayer Book: Mishkan T’fillah” will be facilitated by Rabbi Jeremy Schneider.
“Baking for Passover” will be demonstrated by Ed Brandt of Ed’s Deli.

Attorney Rich Reister will discuss “Estate Planning: Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail.”

Rabbi Jeffrey Leynor will present “Separating Belief and Fact.” (How do we reconcile tradition and science?)
“A Taste of Rosh Chodesh” will be offered by Rivka Arad, Allison Harding and Jill Weinberg.

“Scrabble” will be available all morning for all ages, supervised by Sandy Poulin.

“Mah Jongg,” teaching and practice, will take place all morning with Pat Jortner.

“Texas Hold’em” will be facilitated by Amir Arad and Aric Stock from 10 to noon.

From 11 a.m. to noon, Rabbi Brian Zimmerman will present “Don’t Just Skip to the End and Eat: Dynamic Discussions for a Great Seder.”

During the same time frame: Dr. Pam Garcy, author, will discuss her newest book, “The Power of Inner Guidance: Seven Steps to Tune In and Turn On.”

Stephanie Comfort will escort participants on “A Journey to the Exotic Land of North Africa.” Your senses will come alive with the taste, aroma, music and art of Morocco.

Azhar Azeez and Rabbi Jeremy Schneider will present “Children of Abraham: Jews and Muslims in Conversation.”
Gil Elan will facilitate “Israel Update,” late-breaking news of Israel.

“Feeding the Jewish 101” is a stand-up comic offering by Ed Brandt.

“Whom Does God Choose and Why?” is the profound question to be posed by Rabbi Jeffrey Leynor.

A festive lunch will be served at noon, followed by additional entertainment:

From 1 to 2 p.m., Rabbi Andrew Paley will review the book, “The Yiddish Policemen’s Union.”

Cantor Don Croll and Eli Davidsohn will perform a program of Chassidic music.

The activity menu for students includes “Jerusalem Jewelry Making,” “Create Your Own Matzah Cover,” “Build a City in Israel with Legos,” “Jewish Guitar Hero,” “Football and Basketball,” “Who Wants To Be A Jewish Millionaire” and “Games, Games, Games.”

For more information on Synaplex Shabbat at Shalom, please contact Rivka Arad, director of Life Long Learning, at rarad@templeshalomdallas.org.

AJCommittee welcomes
Ellen Avraham
Welcome to American Jewish Committee’s newest staff member, Ellen Avraham! Ellen, who recently joined the Dallas chapter, brings with her a wealth of experience. She has served as the deputy director of public relations and later as the regional coordinator with the Join Distribution Committee in Israel, as well as occupied the role of public information officer for the Consulate General of Israel in Boston, Mass. Ellen is in the U.S. with her two children and husband, Eli Avraham, who is the Schusteman visiting professor at the University of North Texas.

Akiba celebrates its
educational future
Three and a half years ago, Akiba Academy was facing many challenges — moving onto to a new campus and transitioning to a new set of administrators and a newly-hired head of school, just to name a few.

“We have seen our academic program, as well as the quality of administrative and teaching staff, rise to levels of excellence unprecedented in our school’s history,” said Elizabeth Liener, president of the board of trustees. “The culture at Akiba is positive, open and constructive. As a result, students and families enjoy being at our school and understand the value and beauty of the education we are providing. The numbers tell the story. During these past few years, we have grown nearly 30 percent in enrollment, while retention levels are at an all-time high. A recent third-party school assessment affirms the vibrancy and strength of our educational culture.”

The board of trustees of Akiba Academy recently announced that Mark Stolovitsky signed a long-term contract, remaining at the helm of Akiba Academy for at least another four years.

A law graduate of McGill University in Montreal, Mark S., as he is known to his students, was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 1981. Following graduate studies in history of Jewish interpretation at McGill, he obtained a master’s degree in educational policy and administration from the University of Calgary.

His solid background in administration, financial management, marketing and institutional advancement provide the strength required to build cohesive team unity and integrity. His teaching skills give him the insightful ability to present Judaism meaningfully to students.

Under his direction, Akiba has also recently extended long-term agreements with the following key personnel: business manager Nancy Skinner, a 15-year veteran at Akiba; Dr. Beverly Millican, director of general studies, who came on board at the same time as Stolovitsky; Rabbi Zev Silver, who leads the Judaic studies faculty; and Jordana Bernstein, director of early childhood education.

“The dynamic spirit of Mr. Stolovitsky has moved Akiba from uncertainty and challenge to strength and unlimited possibilities. His comprehensive experience and talents as an educator and a leader serve him well as he continues to grow our school within the framework of our values and our mission. We are incredibly fortunate to have a head of school with his level of commitment, energy and vision,” Mrs. Liener added.

In May, as part of the Scholarship Raffle and Dinner event, Akiba will celebrate its educational future with a special tribute to faculty and staff. For more information about Akiba, or to arrange for a tour, please contact Mireille Brisebois-Allen at 214-295-3400, mallen@akibaacademy.org.

Hatikva 6 performs at Beth Torah
Congregation Beth Torah was transformed into a Tel Aviv nightclub on Sunday, March 23, as the Israeli rock-reggae band Hatikva 6 performed before an enthusiastic crowd of 250. The popular quartet, whose song “If I Meet God” has been nominated for Song of the Year in Israel, stopped in Richardson as part of a six-week U.S. tour sponsored by Israel at Heart. During their stay in Dallas, band members also toured local attractions, spoke to students at Levine Academy and were guests at a reception sponsored by SMU Hillel. Pictured l-r: Shelly Glikman, Ron Linial, Omri Glikman, Ido Lederman.

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