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November 23, 1984 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-23

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Michigan Opera Theater performers who will appear in the Morris
Branch-hosted program, ''Fill the Night with Music," are top row, from
left: Claritha Buggs and Karl Schmidt, and bottom row, from left:
Mark Vondrak and Russelle Hunter.

The Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Community
Center announces the second con-
cert in its "Fill The Night With
Music" cultural series — "A Cele-
bration of American Musical
Theater" — on Saturday at 8:30
p.m. at the branch. The evening
will begin with a wine reception
at 7:45 p.m. The concert will be
followed by a coffee and dessert
afterglow.
Michigan Opera Theater voc-
alists will perform selections from

Broadway classics including West
Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof,
Oklahoma and A Little Night
Music.

"Fill the Night With Music" is
produced by the JPM activities
committee cultural arts commit-
tee, chaired by Elaine Yaker and
Donna Pearlman.

Tickets may be purchased from
committee members or at the
JPM Branch, 15110 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park, 967-4030.

`Staying Well' topic of health
lecture series for senior adults

"Staying Well," a health lecture
and workshop series for senior
adults, sponsored by the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch, begins its
last half of the year with the Dec.
18 lecture entitled "Living and
Loving — Sexuality after 60." On
Dec. 25 the workshop will be "Role
Playing — Common Problems of
Communication." The lecture and
workshop are being presented by
members of Sinai Hospital's de-
partment of psychiatry.
On Jan. 15, the lecture is
entitled "How to Improve Your
Memory." The workshop, on Jan.
22 will deal with memory exer-
cises. This lecture and workshop
are also sponsored by the depart-
ment of psychiatry.
The Feb. 19 lecture is entitled
"Catch Your Breath — Overview
of Breathing Problems — Preven-
tion and Treatment" and the Feb.
26 workshop will deal with pul-
monary function testing. This lec-
ture and workshop is being pro-
vided by the department of pul-
monary medicine and respiratory
care services.
"Staying in Touch" is the title of
the March 19 lecture. The March
26 workshop will provide hearing
tests and practical means of cop-
ing with hearing loss. This lecture
and workshop are provided by
speech pathology and audiology.
The department of pharmacy
will provide a lecture on April 16
entitled "Using Medicine
Wisely." The April 23 workshop
will provide the participants with
the opportunity to bring their
questions and medications for dis-
cussion.

"Living Beyond Pain" is the
title of our last lecture on May 21.
The May 28 workshop will pro-
vide people with the opportunity
to ask questions about their pain.
All lectures will take place at
the Morris Branch on the third
Tuesday of the month at 1 p.m.
and the workshops will take place
on the fourth Tuesday of the
month at 11 a.m.
This lecture and workshop
series has been developed by the
senior adult department of the
Jewish Community Center and
Sinai Hospital. It is open to the
public at no charge.

Trip to Hilbery
set by senior adults

The senior adult department
will sponsor a trip to see Blithe
Spirit at the Hilbery Theater at 7
p.m. Thursday, meeting at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch.
The fee includes transportation
and admission. Reservations are
required by today. For reserva-
tions, call Helen Singer or Norma
Rittman at the Morris Branch,
967-4030.

Casino night slated
at the Jewish Center

The Jewish Community Center
will host a casino night in celebra-
tion of Chanukah at 8 p.m. Dec. 8
in the main Center complex.
Among the prizes to be won are
trips to New York City, Las Vegas
and Atlantic City. There is an
admission fee.

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