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September 06, 1985 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

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46 Friday, September 6, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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SINGLES

Female Yuppie

Continued from preceding page

seeking out co-workers, and
recruiting new town residents
are techniques which tri-
umph. In smaller communi-
ties, synagogue members and
potential members can also
be contacted through the
Welcome Wagon or adver-
tisements in local news-
papers. Whatever the strat-
egy, it must reflect the com-
position of the community
and its unique resources.
The Sisterhood can take an
active leadership role and
serve as the liaison to the
larger synagogue fellowship.
A primary goal could be the
establishment of a "buddy"
system or sponsorship pro-
gram to welcome new women
and to give continuing sup-
port to members who are
spouseless. Volunteers can in-
vite them to Friday night
dinner at their homes and to
Services at the synagogue.
Such an event can initiate a
continuing encouragement
system for attending relig-
ious services and programs.
Additional projects might in-
clude$habbat Study Groups,
craft fairs, variety shows and
Kallah weekends. Many pro-
grams should be scheduled
for evenings, to include work-
ing women who can change
the complexion of the Sister-
hood by contributing new in-

sights and abilities for the ac-
complishment of organiza-
tional goals.
At the beginning of each
Mary Tyler Moore show, the
theme song supported the
character's social and profes-
sional efforts with the lyric,
"You're going to make it on
your own. ' Since the debut of
the television show, single
women have proven them-
selves competent in just
about every professional
arena. They are no longer
viewed as window dressing.
It is now up to the Sister-
hoods, synagogues and re-
ligious groups and organiza-
tions to seek out single
Jewish members and to in-
sure that their social, re-
ligious and spiritual wants
are met to the fullest degree
possible. This is the way to
make sure there will be a
fully representative and har-
monious Jewish community. ❑

Marilyn Auerbach is a facul-
ty member in the Depart-
ment of Community Health
Education, Hunter College
School of Health Services.
Reprinted with permission
from the Spring 1985 issue of
Women's League "Outlook"
magazine, Women's League
for Conservative Judaism.

Singles Groups Plan Events

ROSE
SHERER
SOCIALITIES will hold a reg-
ular business meeting on Wed-
nesday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Northgate East Apts. club
house. A short business meeting
will be followed by a talk by
Max Gill of the American
Technion Society. A question
and answer period will follow.
Refreshments will be served.
There is no charge and prospe-
cive members are invited.. Single
men and women age 55 and up
are eligible f6r membership. For
information, call Pete Steffin,
557-2411; or President Dorothy
Goldberg, 548-6850. 0

Jewish Center. Paid reserva-
tions are due by Sept. 18. Par-
ticipants should bring a bag
lunch. For information, call the
Jewish Center, 661-1000, ext.
219.

Hass Lecture
Monday At Temple

Temple. Israel Sisterhood is
still taking reservations for the
Hass Memorial Lecture slated
for noon Monday in the temple.
Richard H. Lobenthal, Michi-
gan Regional director of the
Anti-Defamation" League of
B'nai B'rith, will speak on "Fear
of Anti-Semitism Around the
Worl.d"
Luncheon will be served at
noon in the temple's Herman
Hall. Reservation deadline is 4
p.m. today. '
Paid-up members will be ad :.
mitted free of charge, and there
is a nominal fee for guests. For
reservations, call the temple,
661-5700.

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES
Peddlers Bicycle Club will take
a bike trip at 3:30 p.m. Sunday
at Belle Isle, leaving from the
Southfield Library. A Hines
Park trip is planned for 4 p.m.
Sept. 29, leaving from the
Southfield Library. For details,
call Larry Rosenberg, 471-2695.
Music and food will highlight
the CNJS Break the Fast Dance
scheduled for 9 p.m. Sept. 25 at
the main Jewish Conimunsity
Center. There is an ac1Flission
charge.
Bowling Champ
_ Chai Singles Ski Club is still
taking reservations for its hik-
Detroiter David Silverman
ing and horseback riding trip was a member of the first-place
slated for Sept. • 22 at Bald team at the 40th annual
Mountain Recreation Area and Shammy Burt Memorial Bowl-
State Park Trails.
ing Tournament in Toledo, Ohio.
The group will leave at 9:45 David is the son of Merle and
a.m. that day from the main Selma Silverman, of Detroit.

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