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Published for the Mount Scopus College Community Editor: Vicki Davis December 2015 Kislev 5776 Year 3 students had a great time on their first school camp at Portsea. The overnight camp featured plenty of outdoor fun with a flying fox, rock climbing, a high ropes course, team building activities and It was also the first camp with the new Sherut Isaac Itescu on the
girls and saw students introduced to ‘ruach' Gabriella Bergman, Jarryd Shaw and Coco Martel sing the School Song
Scopus style – with lots of Hebrew songs and dancing, as well as a special Chagiga is the Lew Family Secondary School Presentation Evening and is truly Jewish Studies and Israel program, including a celebration of the school year. Chagiga 2015 celebrated with the theme of Tefillah in a room overlooking the ocean.
‘Building the Future'. From musical performances to dance numbers and the presentation of awards, Chagiga captured the essence of life at Scopus.
This was the first sleepover for many of the students and a positive stepping stone for a longer Hearing the entire Secondary school proudly sing the School Song supported school camp in Year 4. They all had a blast and by The Marc and Eva Besen Orchestra, watching amusing and creative were challenged to move out of their comfort student video presentations showing the highlights of the year and listening to zones and to engage with different people in their the heartfelt valedictory addresses of our College Captains for 5775 allowed the audience to reflect on everything that makes Scopus so special.
Israel boundThis year sees an incredible 97% participant rate by our Year 10 students in the optional Ulpan program.
Students will spend five weeks exploring Israel, incorporating a new option of volunteering in the Arava region, including working in kindergartens, getting to know their Israeli high school peers, yoga in the desert and art workshops, in addition to the option of taking part in a Shvil Israel hike in the southern part of the Israel National Trail or a cultural experience based 2015 Ulpan participants
The group will also visit Prague to gain an insight into the once thriving Jewish communities of eastern Europe prior to the establishment of the State of Israel. We wish all our Ulpaniks an enriching and rewarding time in eretz Israel, and sincerely thank our generous and thoughtful benefactors who have made this program possible for every student who wished to participate.
Kaleidoscope December 2015 Kislev 5776 From the Principal Don't miss the 2016 Chanukah is the most widely observed Jewish festival, with the twinkling lights of chanukiyot (and probably the nutritionally unfriendly doughnuts) gracing nearly every Jewish home.
Guys and Dolls
Perhaps the Jewish people collectively embrace this commemoration because it is above all the celebration of Jewish continuity, of the time when the Jewish nation survived even though it seemed on the verge of extinction, to be crushed by the Hellenistic juggernaut that swept the known world. It survived because of the commitment of the few to maintain their religion and nationhood, even at great personal cost, and to bequeath it to those who came after them.
Secondary School Play
17, 18, 21 August The motif of the oil that miraculously continued to burn thus represents the flickering spirit of the Jewish life that was never extinguished.
For tickets please call Thankfully, we live in a time when our challenges are very different. We are blessed to have a Jewish state, with its own army to protect its citizens. In the Diaspora, the modern-day Maccabees are those who use Jewish education and experiences to inspire the next generation, to strengthen and deepen our children's Jewish connection and commitment.
Congratulations to our Performing As the Scopus mission statement declares, we aspire to give our students Arts students and staff who have "Jewish knowledge, values and experiences . . to enable them to make an been nominated for a record 24 informed choice as to the meaning of their Jewish identity". This year, as every Lyrebird Youth Awards.
year, we see our efforts crowned with success as our graduates step out into the world with a confident, knowledge-based and proud Jewish identity. The The Lyrebird Youth Awards are a lights burn still.
celebration and recognition of artistic merit in the performing arts, We wish all students, families and members of the Scopus community a joyous and are awarded to outstanding and meaningful Chanukah.
young performers in our local Nominations were received in a variety of categories for the 2015 Rabbi James Kennard
College musical – Seussical, the Senior School Play – Antigone and the VCE Theatre Studies production – The Cagebirds.
Winners are announced in mid-December.
Our junior primary students are proving to be eager musicians, leading to phenomenal growth in the instrumental programs.
Beginning with a handful of students at the start of 2014, the Gandel Besen House Instrumental Program Skye Edelstein, Year 3 with her Drum Tutor,
has grown dramatically and now sees 112 students from You can now follow us on
Kinder to Year 3 enjoying weekly individual lessons on their chosen instrument, while at Fink Karp Ivany Campus, a number of students also take part in weekly lessons.
This optional music tuition program is only offered at lunch times or after school so that no classes are missed. Students are offered 30 minute lessons on a variety of instruments, including guitar, ukulele, drums, piano, trombone, violin, and voice. The Instrumental Program has enabled students to build their See Instagram photos and video from confidence and music skills and take part in optional groups like the String Mount Scopus Memorial College @ Ensemble, vocal groups and a Rock Band. Mazal Tov to our Captains and Student Leaders for 2015-2016
Zoe Finger and Alex Miller Portfolio Captains
Talya Bassin and Aimee Starr Oscar Casper and Lachlan Hayman Julia Goldberg and Joshua Gordon Jadon Karp and Natalie Gabriel Romy Cohen and Alon Katz Performing Arts Captains Jordan Berman and Adam Schonker
Visual Arts Captain
Aaron Blumberg and Tali Borowick House Captains
Co-curricular Office Bearers
Our first Certificate III in Applied Languages graduates,
Jamie Katz, Lachlan Hayman, Zohar Schildkraut,
Tzedakah Captain Joey Schonker, Talya Bassin and Zoe Finger
Video Crew Manager The Hebrew language is alive and well at Minyan Merekezet The introduction of VET (vocational education and training) Hebrew at Years 10 and 11 now sees 75% of students continuing to study Hebrew in senior secondary. While a dedicated group of students have always undertaken Hebrew at VCE level and even at tertiary level in Year 12, VET Hebrew is now the second biggest subject after English at VCE.
The introduction of Certificates II and III in Applied Languages: Hebrew, is our first truly home-grown VET course, developed by staff member Lani Brayer and embraced by students, parents and staff alike. VET Hebrew is taught during normal timetabled School Captains and Office Bearers 2015-2016, back row: Jay Rosenzweig,
classes, meaning students no longer need to Jamie Muscatel, Aaron Blumberg, Romy Cohen, Alon Katz, Tali Borowick,
go off-campus to complete a VET study and Jordan Berman, Adam Schonker, Oscar Casper, Lachlan Hayman, Jadon Karp,
Natalie Gabriel, Joshua Gordon, Julia Goldberg, Dean Gild, Max Ingleby,
provides a pathway for many more students to Sarah Rushford, Jordan Walsh. Middle row: Ms Sylvia Haber (Head of Year 11),
continue with their Hebrew studies. Mr Avi Cohen (Deputy Principal, Director of the Alter Family School of Jewish
Studies and Ivrit), Zoe Finger, Rabbi James Kennard (Principal), Alex Miller,
Mrs Sharon Stocker (Deputy Principal, Secondary) Mr Jared Alford (Director of
With a focus on spoken Hebrew, students are Student Development). Front row: Natalie Mendel, Tal Bookatz, Aimee Starr,
embracing the opportunity to improve their Talya Bassin, Kate Lustig, Liam Gruber, Tamar Foreman
conversation skills and gain practical Hebrew experience.
Year 12 student Joey Schonker summed it Australian Student Prize up best, "Hebrew VET is an excellent way of learning how to communicate in informal, real- Congratulations to Michael Alter and Ashlea Gild who were
life situations and it will be very practical for me both awarded an Australian Student Prize by the Federal in Israel next year. I highly recommend this to Government for being amongst the top 500 Year 12 achievers in everyone, as it was a lot of fun to do while still Australia in 2014. The Prize is awarded in recognition of academic excellence and achievement.
Kaleidoscope December 2015 Kislev 5776 2016 Scholarship Recipients Mazal Tov to the recipients of scholarships, bursaries and awards for 2016
Aaron and Frania Gelbard Scholarship Aaron Cohen Foundation Scholarship Abigail Lithwick Caulfield Hebrew Congregation Scholarship Hannah and Michael Solomon Memorial Daniel Zhitnitzky Scholarship MSMC VCE Scholarships Hannah Goldman, Gabriella Sassoon, The following Academic Scholarships are also currently held by our students
Architect Michael Kaufman Scholarship Benzion Patkin Memorial Scholarship Betty and Henry Lipton Scholarship Charlotte Kritzler Scholarship Henry and Erma Jacoby Scholarship H W Ehrmann Scholarship King-Smith Family Scholarship Leonard Stanton Scholarship Loti and Victor Smorgon Scholarship Ludwig and Betty Ehrmann Scholarship Mina and Leo Fink Scholarship Rose Landau Memorial Scholarship Mr Poss and Mr Hannon present the
Norman and Victor Smorgon Kew Hebrew Sophie and Norman Kave Memorial trophy to Hillel House, accepted by
Congregation Tefillah Scholarships Aimee Miller and Dion Klooger
Israel Experience 2015
In glorious spring sunshine, Mount Scopus families enjoyed We acknowledge the generous support of the Helen and Bori Liberman family for our Cup Day as they cheered on Israel Experience Program.
students from Prep to Year 6 Gunther Baer Perpetual Memorial Award Morgan Rothschild in the annual Primary Athletics Carnival.
Bernard McCrae Scholarships Jason Antman, Ariel Nagel Congratulations to Hillel house, Friends of Performing Arts Scholarships Gabrielle Saffer, Jemma Cher who won the day for the fifth Gusta Besen Memorial Music Scholarships Gabriella Meyerov, Ari Donnenfeld, consecutive year, equalling Bialik house's record of five straight wins from 1989-1993.
The following are distributed on a needs basis
Aaron Arthur Smith Memorial Bursaries Abraham Feiglin Memorial Bursary B'nai B'rith Foundation Bursary B'nai Brith Harmony Music Bursary B'nai Brith Unit Mitzvah ‘Making a Difference' Brett Frenkiel Sports Bursary Class of 1961 Memorial Bursary The College is grateful for Harry Kempler Bursary Heini Rose Memorial Bursary the photographic services Helene and Paul Kohn Bursaries Herta and Roman Scherer Bursaries and ongoing support of Hilda and Izrael Kozlowski Memorial Bursary Hilton Rubin Bursary Jeff Joseph of Cha Cha
Ida and Max Plotka Memorial Bursary I and C Rozen Bursary Cha Photography throughout
James, Abigail and Phyllis Stanton Bursary Jeremy Lanzer Bursary Jessica and Paul Simon Bursary (of Ballarat) Julia Feitel Pearl Memorial Bursary 2015. A number of photos in Lillian Webb Memorial Bursary Leon Liberman Memorial Bursaries Kaleidoscope and other school Melbourne Hebrew Congregation Scholarship Morris Plotkin Bursary publications have been taken Mr Nat Solomons of Adelaide Bursary Mrs Nat Solomons of Adelaide Bursary and kindly donated by Jeff.
MSMC Parents' Association Bursary Naomi Fink Segev Memorial Bursary Natasha Karp Bursary National Council of Jewish Women of Noah Borensztajn Sports Bursary Australia Foundation Bursary Did you receive an email Nicholas and Elizabeth Slezak Bursary invitation to the recent ‘Courage Rev E Kowadlo Bursary Richard Kohn Bursary Then, Strength Now' archive Rose Rosanove Bursary Rosie and Solomon Lew Bursary Ruben Fried Scholarship Sam and Nina Narodowski Bursaries If not, the College does not Salomon Rogers Memorial Bursary for Smorgon Family Bursary Sonia and Don Marejn Bursaries have your email address on Sarah and Peter Komesaroff Memorial Susie and Ephraim Ehrmann Bursary our database.To receive emails Sylvia Gelman Life Enhancement Bursary about College events, future Steven Sztarkman Memorial Scholarship Victor Smorgon Bursaries exhibitions or reunions, Werdiger Family Jewish Education Yvonne and Ian Fayman Sports Bursary please contact Database Assistance Grants Officer, Jenny Stosser, Courage Then, Strength Now Sharing their s'machot Judy Wasserman, Judi Korman, Glenda Flinkier, Pearl Kagan,
Frankie Pinch and Carol Jensen
Peri Kuran, Martyn Schwarz and Kobe Gold
with Rabbi Kennard
The ‘Courage Then, Strength Now' archive exhibition explored the struggles and triumphs of Mount Scopus College from the Mazal Tov and thank you to Kobe Gold, Peri
vision of 1934 to today.
Kuran and Martyn Schwarz who all generously
directed donations to Mount Scopus College on Displays of memorabilia, a detailed timeline, newspaper the occasion of their Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.
clipping and photographs of key events in the life of the We are always proud when students, Old College, including archival footage of PM Robert Menzies Collegians, parents and friends of the school inspecting our Scopus cadets, were amazing to see.
choose to donate to the College at the time of their simcha. It is heartening to see that the values ‘Courage Then, Strength Now' was presented by the Helen we teach every day at school are being embraced Synman Archive Project and was generously supported by by our community.
the Synman family. We sincerely thank project manager, Frankie Pinch, and the volunteer team who worked tirelessly to bring the exhibition to life. Especially acknowledged were the volunteers who had been involved since day one: Glenda Flinkier, Judi Korman, Perla Leinkram and Carol Jensen.
At the end of each school year we say thank you College President, Amy Hershan officially launched the and farewell to staff who are leaving, some of exhibition and Anton Grodeck shared memories of his whom have been at the College for many years.
grandfather and College founder, Benzion Patkin, while Alan Synman spoke about Helen's legacy.
In June we farewelled Director of Teaching and Learning, Primary/PYP Layla Sacker who retired It was wonderful to see so many Old Collegians, past and after 28 years of dedicated teaching. current volunteers, parents, staff and students reminiscing together as they spotted themselves, family or friends We also said thank you and goodbye to Grounds amongst the displays.
staff Mark Everett after an incredible 39 years of service to the College and to Martin Foster after Due to the overwhelming success of the exhibition, opening 15 years. In July, Michael Cemm retired after 20 hours were extended to allow more members of the years as Transport Manager and we thank him for community to enjoy it. If you have donations for our archives his outstanding service.
or wish to volunteer please contact Frankie Pinch on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9834 0087.
At the end of the school year we farewelled Primary Jewish Studies teacher Monica Pastor after 28 years, and Secondary Hebrew teacher Dafna Dvier, after 23 years of excellence in their respective classrooms. We also thank Rhona Herz, Student Services Support Teacher of 16 years and Besen Centre Manger Alan Siggers, who retired after 17 years. Finally we say thank you to Primary teacher Charlie Crowther after more than 10 years at Scopus.
Our students and staff are grateful for their dedication and we wish them all well.
Visitors viewing photos and newspaper articles from
the early days of Mount Scopus College
Kaleidoscope December 2015 Kislev 5776 Parents' Association Our Foundation for It has been another busy year for the Parents' Association in both friend raising and fund raising activities and our thanks go to our dedicated and We have pleasure including the Foundation
Annual Report with this KaleidoScope.
Regular activities such as Challah sales, tuck shop and lunch orders at FKI If it's missing please view online at and GBH continue thanks to our committed parents who volunteer their time each week. Special gratitude and thanks to the Committee Leads: Foundation/ or call 9834 0033 or email Romy Donner, Nikki Epstein, Simone Frey, Caryn Kave, Lisa Lewis, Jessica Piorun-Vernon and Jade Shmaltz.
This Report incorporates updates and initiatives, profiles of some of our members and our Executive, acknowledges our supporters and is Fathers' Day Stall enhanced by photos of many of our students at Once again, the PA held Fathers' Day stalls at each primary campus every campus. Enjoy! and students excitedly chose from a range of gifts. Sincere thanks to To become involved in any way or to discuss Russell Casper for the use of his office space for deliveries, packing and wrapping. To our Stalls Lead, Deb Zipper, who was ably assisted by Elise any form of support, please contact Marilyn Cook, Natalie Weisz, Lisa Simon and Penny Small – kol hakavod on a very Simon, Foundation Executive Director, on successful year in Stalls! 9834 0033 or at email@example.com Zooz after school Prep students with their Fathers' Day gifts
Movie MorningOver 135 children and parents enjoyed a private screening of the movie Minions at the Classic Cinema. This annual Term 2 school holiday event is strongly attended each year and we thank Rachel Mieszelewicz for Zooz interactive Megillah reading with the residents
bringing it all together once again.
of Jewish Care's Manders Villas on Purim
Zooz (Hebrew for ‘move') is a new group which aims to provide meaningful engagement with Judaism for university aged students after they On a beautiful Cup Day morning, 38 elite athletes took part in Walk to Sport, making the trek by foot from Caulfield to Burwood on the morning of the Primary Athletics Carnival. Many thanks to Lana Fleiszig for Through activities like shiurim, community convening another fantastic walk.
involvement and volunteering, Friday night minyan and celebrations for chagim, as well as madrich opportunities with Melbourne's Jewish school students, Zooz aims to connect members to their community and to their Judaism as they continue on life's journey post school.
Events during 2015 have included a Megillah reading and BBQ on Purim, matza pizza and speaker night for Pesach, Oneg Shabbat and a joint event with the Friends of Yad Vashem where members heard from some of the last Holocaust survivors and discussed the challenge of continuing their legacy once they are no longer Walk to Sport participants
Of course we could not fulfil the PA objective of ‘bringing families together' Mount Scopus is proud to support this new without the assistance of parents, staff and students, who all contribute community youth initiative and is delighted to in so many ways: attending events, making donations, buying stalls gifts see many old collegians in leadership roles within or supporting the PA by volunteering their valuable time to help out at our activities. Thank you to all our dedicated PA regulars, our wonderful PSG volunteers and our supportive and generous sponsors for contributing to To get involved see the Zooz page on Facebook.
another successful year.
Co-ordinated by Amy Lewis, over 70 classmates from the Class of 2010 met up for a drink at The Social Bar
in August. The vibe was great and everyone was excited to catch up and reminisce. The group enjoyed an
impromptu stand-up comedy act from one of their classmates, as well as a trivia quiz.
A large group from the Class of 2005 gathered for their 10
year reunion, and were joined by their former convenor
Mrs Cherel Sartori. The group enjoyed catching up with each
other and learning where their various paths had taken them
since leaving school. Thanks to Natalie Tenenbaum (nee Perl)
for organising the reunion.
The 20 year reunion for the Class of 1995 saw old collegians
reminisce as they toured the corridors of their bygone days
and also saw some of the more recent developments. Thank
you to Romy Danker (nee Lewis) for organising the reunion.
A large group of former students from the Class of 1985
gathered for their 30 year reunion in November. Led by
organisers Denise Kain, now Enrolment Director at the
College, and Natalie Van Embden (nee Schreiber), the group
was taken on a tour of the campus, revisiting old haunts, and
seeing the new learning environments in both the primary and
The Class of 1975 reunion saw a huge turnout, with over
110 old collegians gather for their 40 year reunion. Avi Cohen,
Director of the Alter Family School of Jewish Studies and
Ivrit led the group on a tour of the school and they enjoyed
the opportunity to catch up and reminisce. Thanks to Garry
Lipson and his committee of Mark Gandur, Rick Friedman,
Sue Fischer, Yaron Flicker, Jeff Keller and Janine Baum for
organising such a successful reunion.
Over 60 people celebrated the Class of 1965, 50 year
reunion on Sunday 8 November, following the opening of the
‘Courage Then, Strength Now' Archive exhibition held at the
College. They reminisced amidst a plethora of memorabilia,
and enjoyed a tour of the school. Sincere thanks to Jack
Hoppe and Bronnie Tait (nee Elbaum) for organising the
To become involved with organising Mount Scopus reunions for 2016 please contact Denise Kain
on 9834 0073 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaleidoscope December 2015 Kislev 5776 Dor le Dor – Generation to Generation Please continue to keep us informed by sending your news to email@example.com or call us on 9834 0046.
Shorna (Moore) and Gil Carmi '00, Raphael
Lisa (Benedykt) '98 and Warren Lazarus, Dean
Justine (Hellman) '97 and Guy Gilmore, Lily
Courtney (Winter) '01 and Luke Peters, Evie
Naama (Telman) and Doron Boltin '96, Lia
Ilana (Prince) '99 and Adam Steinhardt '99, Rosie
Rashi (Friedman) '93 and Nissim Elmaliah, Dean
Cecile De Bretagne and Marc Blackstone '87, Jonah
Caroline (Tait) '93 and Gary Slezak, Jonah
Cara (Silpert) and Saul Newstadt '99, Aiden
Mazal Tov to Rabbi James and Vicky Kennard on the birth Vanessa (Szabo) '96 and David Zimmerman, Thea
of their granddaughter, Chana, to Rachamim and Emunah,
Jessica (Drabkin) '01 and Steven Tang, Isaac
sister to Shifra, and on the birth of their grandson, Aharon
Ariella (Dishon) and David Birnbaum '96, Timnah
Yaakov, to Yitzi and Judy.
Chloe (Morley) '02 and Diego Sztejman, Havana
Naomi Levin '02 and Daniel Hanson, Ella
Melanie Sput '97 and Jonathan Samuels, Oliver
Emily (Chrapot) '00 and Tomer Gian, Yonatan
Sarah (Lewinsohn) '01 and Byron Stephens, Damien
Cynthia Fayman '04 and Yayu Mekonnen
Avital Ben-Avraham and Michael Kegen '05
Lauren (Sacks) '00 and David Shafer, Sophia
Yasmin Avitan and Mark Unger '96
Lauren (Segal) '03 and Jordan Siegel '98, Taylor
Susannah Fairley and Jeremy Carp '89
Rachael (Kegen) '98 and Noam Dishon, Rose
Under the leadership of our Hayley Barron '03 and Shimon Regev
Ilana (Hoffman) '98 and Bronson Ritterman, Jamie and Benji
Abigail Brown '03 and Daniel Lichtblau
Annual Giving chairperson, Jenna (Glasenberg) and Nathan Givoni '01, Ryan
Lisa Ptasznik '00 and Alon Marcus
Laura Davis, together with Jess (Sondheim) '01 and Leon Belobrov '04, Jonah
Lauren Zmood '99 and Marc Freeman
Leah (Zilberman) and Darren Zilberman-Sharp '94, Louis
Melissa Freedman '06 and Peter Casper '04
the assistance of co-ordinator Lauren (Treiser) '01 and David Seeman '01, Matisse
Nastassja Bornsztejn and Dean Kuran '03
Judy Prager and guidance Jordanna (Zufi) and David Swiatlo '93, Bradley
Lauren Spitalnic '07 and David Majtlis '04
from Marilyn Simon, past and Tali (Roth) '04 and Marcus Jankie '04, Phoenix
Jade Moore and Mark Rosenberg '00
Rachel Haber '89 and Leila Greenfield, Lola
present families and friends of the Jackie (Nemy) and David Dzienciol '98, Asher
Mount Scopus community were Lucy (Polak) '02 and Jason Lewis '00, Charlotte
Rani (Olstein) and David Janovic '02, Ryder
approached by mail, email and Sara Kowal and Aaron Zelman '93, Layla
Alison Wolinski '96
phone to support bursaries by Simone (Kirshon) '01 and Ryan Krawitz, Ezra
Carmella Livni '77
way of our Scholarship Fund. Alex (Briggs) '01 and Travis O'Toole, Jack
Tessa Kagan '01
Sarah (Howell) and David Blumenstein '97, Rachel
Milly Segan '62
Shelley (Kline) '90 and Adam Joel '94, Liat
Rosalie Mordech '69
Grateful thanks to the many Elissa (Lipshutz) '03 and Adam Sacks, Emmy
Arik (Arie) Rubinstein (past staff)
parent and grandparent Lana (Vaynberg) and Anthony Rotman '01, Juliet
Brian Rudzki '59
Sharon (Freitag) and Raphael Adler '86, Daniel
volunteers who assisted at our Nicki (Gerber) '98 and Dave Lee, Raphael
The Scopus community extends its deepest condolences calling nights, and especially to Lauren (Goodman) '98 and Rodney Hampel '98, Flynn
to the family of Arik Rubinstein. Arik, together with his wife
our wonderful student volunteers Talia Boltin '94 and Daniel Fineberg '94, Moses
Tova, taught Hebrew and Jewish Studies in the 1970s and Ilana Foeldes and Ryan Abrahams '01, Jackson
1980s and will be fondly remembered by generations of from Years 7-12.
Tanya (Hofman) '00 and Shane Shulman, Jamie
students and staff.
Deb (Bell) and Steve Schmidt '99, Oscar
Please call Judy Prager on 9834 Anath (Gomez) and Benjamin Sachwald '01, Elissa
Danielle (Feil) '96 and Aaron Latowicz, Gabriel
QUEEN 'S BIRTHDAY 0256 or email jprager@scopus.
Ilana (Laser) '97 and Elan Kaplan '97, Ariella
vic.edu.au to add your gift. Nicole (Gross) and Toby Harris '96, Taya
You may also donate securely Jenny (Krivitsky) '94 and Michael Boymal, Noah
Danya (Blackstone) '93 and Josh Goodman, Yossie
Nathan Efron AC, ‘72
online at: www.givenow.com.au/ Jessica (Wolper) and Isaac Gutman '99, Samuel
Henry Lanzer AM, ‘75
Emma (Weisz) '03 and Jeremy Lanzer '02, Zoe
Morris Schwartz AM, ‘66
Lucy Halfpenny and Danny Grosman '94, Minnie
Heloise Waislitz AM, ‘79
Carla (Bloom) '00 and James Carroll, Ari
Sandra Dudakov OAM, ‘69
Ilana (Shmerling) '98 and Russell Krupp '97, Jesse
Josie (Belkin) and Gideon Epstein '02, Matan
Ronna (Boltin) '05 and Yoni Hain, Asher
A hearty Mazal Tov to Dr Alan Finkel, College Captain
Nicola (Atkin) and Darion Pohl '90, Alexa
1970, on being appointed Australia's next Chief Scientist. Dr Natasha (Meschemberg) and David Adamowicz '92, Levi
Finkel is currently the President of the Australian Academy of Naomi (Gurgiel) and Ryan Berman '99, Halle
Technological Sciences and Engineering, and takes up his Monica (Karmy) and Jonathan Buch '96, Zac
Melody (Teitel) and Jonathan Feder '96, Orlando
new role in January 2016. Shana (Lazar) '03 and Adam Grosman '08, Jae
Congratulations to Dr Nathan Cherny OC '76, on being
Elise Bialylew '96 and Robert Hall, Anoushka
named the 2015 European Society for Medical Oncology Vivienne (Poznanski) and Michael Jankie '98, Delphi
Kim (Richwol) '97 and Ariel Brukarz '97, Ellie
(ESMO) Award recipient. Dr Cherny is currently Head of Hayley (Jones) '01 and Kollen Sussman '97, Luna
Cancer Pain and Palliative Medicine Service at Shaare Zedek Kellie (Baulderstone) and Jordi Rosenfield '92, Emma
Hospital in Jerusalem.
Adam Schonker, Natasha Salkin
Tess (Schenberg) and Simon Grof '98, Angus
and Sasha Fink phoning for
Natalie (Kertesz) '02 and Gil Levy, Lenard and Leigh
Mazal Tov to Mark Regev (Freiberg) OC '77, on his
Rebecca (Eckhaus) and Adam Rozencwajg '96, Nina
appointment as the Israeli Ambassador to the United Sarah (Shnider) '98 and Daniel Ajzner '99, Gili
Kingdom. Prior to that, Mark was the chief spokesman for Nicki (Dobney) and Jason Goodrich '02, Lily
the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu.
Daniella Csaky '97 and Alex Ikin, Benjamin
Katherine (Frayman) and Jonathan Mordech '98, Amelia
Mazal Tov to Jewish Studies teacher, Mrs Eve Figdor, who
The information in our Dor le Dor listing is Jana (Jacobs) '02 and Jeremy Hain, Ralph
was recognized for her outstanding contribution to Jewish compiled from notices placed in the Australian Lauren (Krowitz) and Greg Kirshon '98, Layla
education by being awarded the 2015 Sylvia Gelman Award Jewish News and from personal notifications. Tali (Borowski) '97 and Matt Pollak, Freddie
by the National Council of Jewish Women. This award is A copy of KaleidoScope is available on the Samantha (Kozica) and Simon Olenski '03, Annabelle
presented to leading female educators in the community.
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