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June 05, 1981 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, June 5, 1981

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Spring is the traditional
time for graduations, con-
secrations and confirma-
tions. A variety of
synagogues and secular
organizations have an-
nounced the names of their
graduates. Among them
are:
SHALOM
ADAT
SYNAGOGUE: At 8:30
p.m. today the confirmation
of Elizabeth Alpern,
Pamela Chosid, Elizabeth
Liwazer, Melissa Okun,
Michelle Olson and Mar-
jorie Winkelman will be ob-
served.
The confirmands will pre-
sent a program entitled,
"Modern Jewish Women,"
which they prepared under
the direction of Doris -Edut.
Rabbi Spectre is the confir-
mation class teacher.
An oneg Shabat will fol-
low services. Guests are
welcome.
BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES: The
religious school will hold its
confirmation and gradua-
tion exercises 10 a.m. Sun-
day in the synagogue
sanctuary. The cantata,
"What Is Torah?" under the
direction of Cantor Israel
Fuchs, will be presented
during the ceremony.
Author and director of the
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Jewish Life in Chicago,
Rabbi Irving J. Rosenbaum,
scholar-in-residence for the
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Graduates are: Laura
speak on "Getting Ahead by
graduates and their guests.
Giving a Hand." Rabbis Glasser, Jimmy Heuer,
Graduates include: Bryan
Hertz and Schwartz will Barbara Jacobs, Mark Kuf-
Beckerman, Jason Bloom,
confirm the confirmation fler, Amy Levin, Sara Man-
Jennifer Friedman, Mara
del, Michelle Nelson, Pam
class 10 a.m. Sunday.
Gendelman, Rebecca
CONG. BETH Roberts, Stefan Rolnick
Gleason, Marni Grant,
SHALOM: Graduation Alissa Rubenstein, Susan
Louise Lakier, Marcee Le-
exercises will take place at 9 Shufro, Elizabeth Stevens,
vin, Marc Newman, Lisa
a.m. Shabat services Satur- Lisa Tann and Mike Offen.
Raboi, Nicole Rival, Jocelyn
day.
Seitzman, Nancy Toby,
TEMPLE KOL AMI: Af-
Graduates include: Lori firmation services will be
Amy Treitman, and Julie
Weintraub. Laurie Kaner Horwitz, Sharon Milberger, held 7:45 p:m. Sunday. Af-
Debra Pianin, Stuart firmants are: Seth Gould,
will be confirmed during the
Sandweiss, Michael White, Marc Siegel and Jeffrey Sil-
exercises. The parents of the
Marc Bakst, Joan Katz, verman. Theme of the talks
honorees will host a recep-
Gregg Kepes, Jonathan will be "How Temple
tion immediately following
Widenbaum, Steven Ami Aided Me in Arriv
the ceremony.
BETH Lederman and Rick Rosen- at a Jewish Identity." Ali
TEMPLE
JACOB: The temple- will berg (auditing class).
oneg Shabat will follow.
CONG. BNAI MOSHE:
have confirmation services
Consecration ceremonies
8:30 p.m. today. Confir-
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TEMPLE BETH EL:
The High School Gradua-
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Confirmands service will be
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and Yom Toy Candles
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