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L'Chaim for Israel at 65


Leadership of the Maimonides and Cardozo Society at a previous event

The medical and legal professional societies of the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando are getting together for a kosher and Israeli wine tasting event at Tim’s Wine Market on Orange Avenue on April 25 at 6:15 p.m.

The event is to celebrate Israel’s 65th Independence. In addition to the unique selection of wines, the event will feature jazz music and delectable hors d’oeuvres. The event is open to everyone in the community.

The Maimonides Medical Society is an affinity group for Jewish physicians, dentists, veterinarians, nurses, medical students and other professionals involved in the health care field. The society encourages and strengthens community among members, provides programming and public service opportunities to promote fellowship and raises money for both local and overseas Jewish communities. This society operates at the national level and was conceptualized specifically for healthcare professionals including doctors, dentists, nurses and those in related roles. The society is named after famed Jewish scholar and physician Rabbi Moses Maimonides, well known for his contributions to medicine and Jewish ethics. 

The Cardozo Legal Society offers attorneys, judges, law students, professors and those in related roles an opportunity to get involved with the Jewish community while creating long lasting relationships with colleagues. The society is named after distinguished Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Cardozo. Programs include speakers, lunches and cross-marketing with other societies.

The mission of the Cardozo Society is to strengthen relationships among Jewish attorneys, judges and law students in Central Florida through education and leadership, while working together to enhance the quality of Jewish life in Orlando and throughout the world.

For registration to the event and information on joining the societies, please visit http://www.jfg.org or call Emely Katz at 407-645-5933.


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