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January 14, 1983 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-14

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`Choosing Judaism' Author Lydia Kukoff
Temple Emanu-El Anniversary Guest

Temple Emanu-El will
celebrate its 31st anniver-
sary Jan. 21-23.
The scholar`-in-residence
for that weekend will be
Lydia Kukoff, director of
programming of the Union
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations — Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis
Task Force on Reform
Jewish Outreach.
Ms. Kukoff will speak at
Shabat services 8:15 p.m.
Jan. 21, following a lunch-
eon sponsored by the adult
education committee on
Jan. 22 and following a
brunch sponsored by the
faculty-education commit-
tee Jan. 23. She also will
speak at a luncheon Jan. 24
in celebration of Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood's
30th birthday.
The author of "Choos-
ing Judaism," Ms. Kukoff
is a member of. the
UAHC-CCAR Commis-
sion on Jewish Educa-
tion, the Hebrew Union
College Skirball Museum
advisory committee and
the Jewish Federation
Council of Los Angeles,
Calif.

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23 in the synagogue.
A three-course beef
dinner will be served, fol-
lowed by the auction at 6:30.
Movies will be available for
children during the auction.
Proceeds will benefit the
synagogue. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue,
967-3655, 1-5 p.m. MOnday
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She also has been affil-
iated with the Coalition for
Alternatives in Jewish
Education, Religion Educa-
tion Association and was a .
community consultant in
post-conversion programm-
ing ' for the Jewish
Federation-Council in Los
Angeles.

In 1981, Ms. Kukoff re-
ceived the Weinberg-Chaff
Award of the Los Angeles
Jewish community. She is
the co-editor and author of
"Na-aseh ve Nishmah: A
Course Outline in Basic
Judaism," soon to be pub-
lished by the UAHC.

LYDIA KUKOFF

For information, contact
the temple office, 967-4020.

Beth Medrash Govoha Event
Sunday at Nussbaum Home

A reception to benefit the
Beth Medrash Govoha in
Lakewood, N.J., will be held
8 p.m. Sunday in the home
of Mrs. Sol Nussbaum,
25847 Woodvilla Pl., South-
field, announces Dr. Arnold
Zuroff, chairman of the
sponsors committee.
The reception will be
dedicated in memory of
HaRav Hagaon Shneur Ko-
tler, rosh yeshiva of the in-
stitution.
Guest of the reception
will be Rabbi Yeruchim 01-
shin, current rosh yeshiva.
He will speak on "The
RABBI AMOS BUNIM
American Approach to To-
rah."
has been affiliated with
Guest speaker will be Torah Umesorah, the na-
Rabbi Amos Bunim, who tional day school move-
ment. His topic will be
"The Desert, the Land
That Was Not Planted."
The Beth Medrash Gov-
oha in New Jersey currently
services 1,000 students, and
has branches in Toronto,
Los Angeles, Pittsburgh,
Chicago, Oak Park, and
Melbourne, Australia.
Owing to a growing
enrollment, a new study
hall building and enlarged
dining facilities are due to
begin construction in April.
Dov Loketch and Joseph
Nussbaum will be the hosts
for the reception with Mrs.
RABBI YERUCHIM OLSHIN Sol Nussbaum.

Bnai Moshe Sisterhood Plans
Special Shabat Observance

The Bnai Moshe Sister-
hood will celebrate
Women's League Anniver-
sary Shabat Jan. 22 during
Shabat services. This year's
theme is "Kenay Hokhma,
Kenay Bina" — "Get Wis-
dom, Gain Understanding."
Participating in the serv-
ices will be past presidents
and current officers. Lead-
ing prayers for the congre-
gation, the country and Is-
rael will be Marion Stein,
Helen Weiss, Pearlena Bod-
zin, Esther Roth and Ronna
Rosenbaum.
Responsive readings will
be led by Doreen Raskin and
Eve Tishkoff. Greetings will
be brought by Sisterhood
President Rosalind Grand
and Michigan Branch
President Rena Tobes.
The introductions to
the Torah and Haftorah
readings will be given by

Marilyn Redmond and
Sharlene Ungar. Rachel
Schey will chant the As-
hrei. Chairman of the day
is Doris Schey. A "Lunch
and Learn" luncheon will
follow the Shabat serv-
ices.

Scoliosis Unit
Meets Thursday

Scoliosis Association of
Michigan will meet 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the ad-
ministrative services build-
ing of William Beaumont
Hospital.
Dr. L. Carl Samberg, or-
thopedic surgeon, will
speak on "What's New With
Scoliosis Treatment."
Everyone is welcome.
For information, call the
hospital, 288-7221; or
Rosemary Dirksen, secre-
tary, 855-9883.

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