JCC Fitness deal
The Roth JCC’s Fitness Center is offering two months free of membership, which includes the camaraderie of classes like yoga, ballroom dance, pilates, SilverSneakers and cycling, the care of a personal trainer to guide members’ fitness plans and the comfort of exercising on brand-new equipment in their non-threatening fitness center. The Roth JCC is open to all faiths. To take advantage of this offer, visit the Roth JCC at 851 N. Maitland Ave., Maitland. Learn more about the JCC by visiting orlandojcc.org or calling 407-645-5933.
The Super Bowl is two short weeks away and Move America Forward is launching a special Super Bowl challenge to all of our pro-troops supporters to donate more care packages for the troops. The team with the most donations will win. Visit thecampaignstore.com/supportourtroops.asp to donate.
Cornell University’s Raymond Pierson of Winter Park has been placed on the Dean’s List of the College of Arts and Sciences for excellence in scholarship for the fall 2012 semester.
Sexpert talks desire
Dr. Jennifer Landa of Body Logic MD spoke at a Pearls of the Pavilion Luncheon on Jan. 18 at the Winter Park home of Marlee and Lee Cutler. Her talk “Rewire Your Desire” was attended by 40 women who are Pearl level donors to the Jewish Pavilion.
Two-time Cupcake Wars winner Hollis Wilder introduced her new cookbook, “Savory Bites: Meals You can Make in your Cupcake Pan,” at The Park Maitland School. The staff became some of the first recipients to sample several recipes from Hollis’ new book.
The App Door, developer of several successful outdoor apps, recently launched the latest in their iFish Series. iFish Florida is now available and lets anglers of all ages and skill levels know when, where and how to fish a lake in Florida.
Artist in residence
The Art & History Museums – Maitland (A&H) proudly announces the implementation of a new Artist-In-Residence program, to begin in April 2013. The program honors the legacy of founder J. André Smith, and the 75th anniversary of the Research Studio’s (now the Art & History Museums – Maitland) first Bok Fellow. This is the first formal, nationally competitive residency program at the A&H since Smith’s fellowship program, which was funded by Mary Curtis Bok from 1938 through 1957.