seeing that everything went
well and everything did go
well. Those who danced loved
it, those who did not dance
listened to the music, socializ-
ed, and everyone thought it
was a grand affair. The
decorations were marvelous
— done in blue and white —
hangings throughout the
Eugene Jaffe Hall — where
the music was. A member of
the orchestra sang lovely
melodies to dance or listen to.
There was a festive feeling.
Later the guests were
directed to the assembly hall
for refreshments so as not to
disturb the music and
dancers. The assembly hall
was decorated with hangings,
as were the tables with white
table coverings and blue
menorah cut-outs, and there
were chocolate money disks,
making it all quite decorative.
Miriam Sandweiss had ar-
ranged to get sufficient help
and the serving tables were
set up, and as the guests ar-
rived, they were directed to
get apple juice and doughnuts
— sort of Israeli style.
Everything ran smoothy.
The Chanukah party seem-
ed special; having the or-
chestra with Eric Rosenow be-
ing quite a showman; having
members of the staff and in
addition, having Dr. Morton
Plotnick stop in the early part
of the celebration to look
things over, gave it all an ap-
pearance of something
It was a beautiful
Chanukah celebration and
we thank Miriam and the
staff, as well as the
designated committee who
worked so hard.
A "bluegrass tour" for
senior adults will be con-
ducted May 22-25 by the Oak
Park senior citizens outreach
The four-day trip includes
dinner cruises, breakfast,
lunch, horse racing, shopping,
museum visit and dinner
theater in Louisville, Ky.
Cost of the trip includes
tour escort, pre-paid meals,
tips, taxes and attractions.
For reservations, call Kathy
Reservations also are being
taken for the seniors
Hawaiian luau mystery trip
Jan. 18-19. For reservations,
Leslie Lafer, D. O., an obstetrician /gynecologist on the Sinai Medical Staff
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