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April 06, 1984 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-06

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Passover Seder

Daniel never experienced
Passover during his 56 years in
an institution. Now, he is part of
the seder with his "family"
from all the Haverim Homes.
He helps tell the story of our
people's release from
bondage—a story with special
meaning for Daniel and many
other Haverim residents who
spent so many years in state
Seder For 40 Residents and

Shabbat Dinner

It's Sylvia's turn to bensch licht.
She covers her head and
welcomes the Sabbath as she
had watched her mother do.
Shabbat dinner is served with
blessings over wine and challah.
The meal is special, the best
dishes and linen are brought out
and many times guests are
invited. For Sylvia and many
other Haverim residents,
Shabbat dinner is a continuation
of the Jewishness they have
always known.
One Shabbat Dinner For
One Home:
One Shabbat Dinner For
Each Home:


"I Made Dessert
For Everybody!


Harriet methodically stirs the
cake batter, careful to remove
all of the lumps. She knows that
soon her efforts will produce
dessert for her entire home.
Harriet's cooking experience is
one of a variety of classes held
weekly in the homes. Taught by
staff, the choices include
nutrition, cosmetology,
ceramics, gardening and music.

The classes are fun, informative
and offer an opportunity to get
together and socialize. The fact
that important, independent
living skills are being taught is
an extra benefit!
Classes For All Residents For
One Semester (Including
Supervision, Transportation
and Materials):
One Day of Class For All


Sukkot is Joel's favorite holiday.
He loves to help build and
decorate the sukkah. But Ron
loves Hanukkah the
best—especially the latkes! The
celebration of the holidays is
most meaningful...open houses
for family and friends, a party, a
special meal, a visit to shul.
One Holiday With
Decorations And Food For
All The Homes:

A Warm Home

Rita loves watching TV all
snuggled in the handmade
afghan at the Haverim Home
she lives at. It reminds her of
being tucked in at her parents'
home, warm and safe, on cold
afternoons. Our residents stay
warm at the seven Haverim
Homes with the help of your
One Home's Weekly Heating
One Home's Monthly Heating

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