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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, May 28, 1986, Image 17

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Guild Luncheon The Syracuse Symphony Guild's annUal meeting and final intennezzb-lurichepribf the season, \A Summer Serenade,\ will be held June 6 at the Mar­ riott on Carrier-iCir. . Former Symphony Guild Board Presidents will be hon­ ored, and an entertaining pro­ gram has been planned that will feature Bea Solomon in \A Tri­ bute to Irving Berlin.\ The medley to be performed includes excerpts from 27 songs heard in Berlin's Broadway musicals in special arrangement by Mrs. Solomon and her accom­ panist, Ernie Camerota. Mrs. Solomon has adapted 17 hit musicals for performances throughout the Northeast and appeared with summer com­ panies on tour, achieving a re­ cord of more than 3,300 perfor­ mances in 33 years. Her role as \Dolly\ in 1977 with the Chautauqua Opera Co. resulted in new house records and a re­ turn engagement the next summer. The Syracuse Press Club awarded the performer a trophy in 1963 with the citation \Cent­ ral New York's First Lady of the Theatre.\ The Syracuse Post- Standard created a new category in 1970 naming her its Woman of Achievement in Musical Theatre. Benedict Works In vaii our newsroom. 637-3121 to Bea Solomon as she appeared in her copyrighted one-woman version of Cole Porter's \Kiss Me Kate\ in 1957. Mrs. Sol­ omon will present a program at the upcoming intermezzo luncheon of the Syracuse Symphony Guild. The social hour begins at 11 a.m. Lunch will be served at 12:15 p.m. Reservations are due by June 1. Call Mrs. T. John Pot­ ter, 4577 East Lake Rd., Cazenovia, to make arrange­ ments. Attention! Residents of Manlius, Fayetteville, DeWitt Investigate an exciting career opportunity with Central Mew York's most progressive Residential Realtor. We're seeking pleasant, service-oriented individuals who believe in themselves and want to,-^-achieve,, finangl^l^and- personal independence ( within ^flexible, §elfr #tarting framework. Prior sales experience is not necessary. Our associates benefit from a superior braining and development program geared to maximizing individual potential. Let's discuss your future .. confidentially and without obligation. For information, call Mr. Sokoloski at 445-1300. \The First Name in Real Estate' EAST OFFICE - 445-1300 CPI photo finish Also available: Enlargements • Reprints • Film • Instant Color Passport Photos • Photo Accessories • Video Transfer • Wallet Photos • Double Prints EBET 0525 I one hour 1 processing & prints 110.126.135 cx disc color print film (C41 process only). One roll I per coupon, not combinable I with other processing and print offers. < Coupon good through , Sspi13,f986 EBET 0525 V roll ono nour pttowo ' CPi color print film „ (Reg. $1.69) 135/12 exp. ISO 100 CPI color print film. Limit 3 rolls per coupon. Not combinable with other film offers. Coupon good through July 19.1986 | I L Fayetteville Mall - next to Brandy House Camillus Mall - Penney's wing The works of George Benedict are currently on display at the Jewish Community Center of Syracuse in DeWitt as part of their, thr^e-part>JCG art series thai roduses on the works of local artists. Mr. Benedict's work in oils features landscapes with moody and changing skies and sun­ light. The vivid colors in many of the paintings reflect, a : strong impact of the seasonal changes on Jhe Wilderness settings; Atpre recent works of thejar- tisi feature his new found inter­ est in portraiture. Employing colored pencil as his medium, Mr. Benedict's figures offer an emphasis on strong facial fea­ tures and an inclination toward exotic races as the subject mat­ ter. This second offering of the Center's series is located in the Senior Adult Lounge of the Jewish Community Center at 5565 Thompson Rd. in DeWitt. Viewing hours for the public are weekdays 9 a.m. through 9 fl.m. 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For a FREE SHOP-AT-HOME appointment call JACK OF HEARTS. Jack of [^Hearts] A KINGDOM OF DISCOUNT FLOORCOVERINGS An Interfaith Summer Day Camp For Boys and Girls who will enter grades 2-7 in September 1986 Operated by An opportunity for children to have out­ door fun at \a camp that is close to the city of Syracuse, yet still in a magnificent natural setting ... 67 acres of varied terrain... for games, overnight camping, Red Cross swim instruction, creek hikes, and crafts! New Program Camper/CIT Training Program for age 13 (entering grade 8) All Sessions are from 8 a.m. (bus pick-up) to 4 p.m. (bus drop-off) FIRST SESSION: July 7-11 and 14-18 SECOND SESSION: July 21-24 and 28-Aug. 1 THIRD SESSION: Aug. 4-8 and 11-15 REGISTER EARLY For more information call SAIC at 476-2001

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