THE - DETROIT -JEVVISH NEWS
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DEGANIA CHAPTER, Pioneer
ORGANIZATION will hold a
Women/Naamat, will have a gen-
eral meeting at 8:15 p.m. March 5
in the home of Rena Goldsmith,
31400 Stonewood Ct., Far-
mington Hills. Dr. Diana War-
shay will speak on "Domestic Vio-
lence." Refreshments will be
served. For reservations, call Jac-
kye Drapkin, 646-7086; or Sonny
Purim baking class for girls ages
7-12 and their mothers at the
Jewish Community Center on
Sunday 24 at 2 p.m. There will be
Purim story telling and special
kits for every participants. There
is a charge. For information, call
Yaffa Rabin, 544-9543.
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
GREATER DETROIT CHAP-
TER, Brandeis University Na-
Pioneer Woman/ Naamat, will
hold a business meeting on Mon-
day at noon at Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Oak Park. The
March 18 Purim luncheon will be
disOussed. Refreshments will be
served. Prospective members and
guests are invited.
B'NAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
will celebrate Jewish Music
Month at a program at noon Mon-
day in the synagogue. The Music
Study Club choral group, directed
by Treva De Jong and accom-
panied by Jacquelyne Wagoner,
will entertain. Luncheon will be
served, and guests are invited.
There is a nominal charge. For
reservations, call the synagogue
office, 557-8210; or Eleanor Man-
Women To Meet
tional Women's Committee, will
see The Precious Legacy exhibit
at the Detroit Institute of Arts at
9:45 a.m. March 15. Luncheon
will follow at 11:30 a.m. The film,
Image Before My Eyes, will follow.
For information and reservations,
call Beverly Baker, 851-5624.
Planning the trip are Dolores
Fishman, Esther Kaplan, Flor-
ence Finkelstein and Virginia
Hoffman. Sylvia Heideman is
program chairman. President is
summer session of the 1985
calendar year. For information,
call Iliene Winkelman, president,
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF
THE UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS will hold a general
Bette Appel, well-known
Michigan area designer, will pre-
sent her latest fashions at a
luncheon honoring patrons of
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood's
Woman's World 1985. This spe-
cial event will take place on Wed-
nesday at noon in the home of
Barbara Stollman, 2688 Indian
All Gold ($100), Silver ($50),
and Double Chai ($36) Woman's
World Patrons are entitled to
attend both this luncheon and
fashion show; and Woman's
World 1985, which features Letty
Cottin Pogrebin, editor of Ms.
Magazine, and takes place on
March 27 at 9:30 a.m.
Patron tickets may be pur-
chased by sending a check pay
able to Shaarey Zedek Sisterhoo ,
P.O. Box 2056, Southfield 480?7.
Patron ticket chairman is Bert.ice
Kernis, 626-1213; and Fund-
Raising Vice President is Sandra
Schwartz, 851-4616. Arleen Kar-
bal and Dottie Wagner and
chairmen of Patrons' Day. Diane
Scholnick is Sisterhood President.
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CHAPTER, Pioneer Wamen/
Naamat, will hold a board meet-
ing at noon Wednesday at the
Kristen Towers, 25900 Green-
field, Suite 205E, Oak Park. Plans
will be made to resume the spring
FRI. 11:30 a.m.-11:00 p.m.
MOIVTHURS. 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.
meeting on March 6 at 12:15 p.m.
in the Knob-in-the-Woods Apts.
club house. The Music Study Club
of Metropolitan Detroit Choral
Group, under the direction of
Treva DeJong, and accompanied
by Jacquelyne Wagoner, will pre-
sent a musical program. In addi-
tion, the auxiliary will honor
Anna Mickel, recent recipient of
the Heart of Gold Award. Coffee
and cake will be served. Guests
Women's American ORT, will
sponsor tours of The Precious Le-
gacy exhibit at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts at 10 and 10:30 a.m.
March 24, announces President
Dorothy Superstine. Luncheon
will follow. A limited number of
tickets are still available. For in-
formation, call Dorothy Green,
661-0307. Assisting Mrs. Green
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