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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-18

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56 Friday, March 18, 1983

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Agencies Preparing for Passover

Jewish Welfare Federa-
'tion agencies have been
working to ensure that
everyone can enjoy the holi-
day 'of Passover.
At the Jewish Home for
Aged, Seders will be held
March 28-29 for residents of

Borman Hall and. Prentis
Manor. Prior to the holiday,
a comprehensive in-
training program will be
held to familiarize all non-
Jewish personnel with the
meaning of the festival.
Students from Temple

Beth El will be conducting
their annual model Seder at
the Jewish Federation
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Apartments on March 27. In
Special Big Repertoire
addition, the residents will
of Hassidic Music
conduct their own Seder
service, at which the Hag-
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festivities with their par-
ents as they lead and par-
ticipate in model Seders
at The UHS branches. In
addition, there will be a
Seder for UHS special
education classes at
Cong. Bnai David.
Kosher-for-Passover
meals at Sinai Hospital will
.1 be available throughout the
3 locations
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holiday. Haggadot and
to serve you
at 9 Mile, Southfield
Seder plates also will be
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pastoral care department,
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and all patients will receive
a glass of wine with an ex-
planation of the holiday.
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be held on the eighth day for
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they are bedridden.
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wine and monetary aid dur-
ing the distribution this
week at Roosevelt School in
Oak Park.
JFS volunteers helped
with the distribution by
delivering packages to
those who were unable to
pick them up. Also, the
volunteers assist JFS
staff in placing new fin-
migrants in private
homes for the Seders.
Soviet Jewish immig-
rants in :the area will take
part in a Seder conducted in
Russian at the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center
on March 29. The partici-
pants, led by Leonid
Makarov-Limanov, will use
Russian Haggadot as they
follow the service com-
memorating the celebration
of freedom. Tickets for the
event are on sale at the JCC.
The Detroit Soviet Jewry
Committee of the Jewish
Community-Council will be
mailing out 1,300 "Matza of
Hope" statements to area
rabbis, member organiza-
tions and the public. The
statement calls attention to
the desperate plight of
Soviet. Jewry.

Morris Branch
Has Youth Event
Hebrew Club

The Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center will
have a 'tween danceisock
hop 7:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Morris Branch.
Youth age 10-13 are in-
vited to an evening of danc-
ing, contests, games and re-
freshments.
Admission is nominal.
For information, call the
Morris Branch, 967-4030.
The Morris Branch will
be the meeting place of the
Hebrew club 2 p.m. Sunday
in Room 7. New members
are welcome. For informa-
tion, call Rachel Subrin,
649-3709, evenings.

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