We are announcing a logo contest to design JDCC's new logo. If
anyone is interested in participating, please send information to me. The final winner
will receive S50.00. Requirements are to be MAC, EPS format with half-tone. Deadline is
August 31, 1994.
We had an interpreter at the Ringling Bros. & Barnum 8 Bailey
Circus on July 29th at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. We sold 40 tickets and earned $80.00
which will go toward to the expenses for Yom Kippur Services program!
TEEN HAVURAH REPORT
by Brad Cohen
Hello, what's up? Hope you are doing well. l have been having a lot
of fun in our new Jewish Deaf Teen Havurah and I think you should join us. We're even
planning to go to Israel in '95 for eight weeks.
If you live in Southern California and are interested in joining
outgroup call me at (818) 34~2723.
To Shmuel & Vickie Dror for their generous donation.
International Thai Dinner in the Sukkah
We are having an international kosher buffet-style dinner, social
gathering and fund raising event in the Sukkah. The theme will be Thai. It will be held on
September 24th, Saturday evening at 8:00 p.m at the Soudakoffs. Come and experience eating
in the Sukkah! (Of course it's outdoors!)
Admission is $13.00 per person. RSVP is required by September 18th.
(Non-refundable) Call 310/ 202-0033 TDD or FAX 310/202-0035.
A Touch of Thai
There is a Kosher Thai restaurant in Beverly Hills on Olympic and
LaPeer called, "A Touch of Thai." It is owned by Edmond and Peggy Guenoun. They
opened in May of 1993 right after Passover. Edmond explains that he opened a Kosher Thai
restaurant because Thai cuisine in the last few years was becoming very popular among the
yuppie crowd and the .30" something - that was and still is his marketing objective..
Besides, being the only kosher Thai restaurant in the U.S.A. was an added incentive!
Kosher & Non-Kosher Thai Food
What is the difference between kosher and treif (non-kosher) Thai
food? The popular and well known dishes are, Pad Thai which comes with shrimp, squid
salad, sweet and sour pork and BBQ ribs which are made out of pork. We do not eat shrimp,
lobster, scallops, squid, oyster, lard, ham or pork (wonton) dishes because these animals
are not kosher.
By the way, you probably think coconut milk soup which is a very
popular soup dish is made out of milk but it isn't!!! It is the juice of a coconut which
is a fruit so it is pareve, can be eaten with milk or meat.
They have Pad Thai with a choice of chicken or beef. There are a lot of
chicken, beef and vegetable dishes that you can pick from the menu.
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