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February 14, 1986 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-14

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Friday, February 14, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

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Jewish Welfare Federation Vice President Dr. Conrad L. Giles
shared an evening with the men's leadership of the Young Adult
Division on behalf of the Allied Jewish Campaign. With Giles are,
from left, YAD Campaign Vice Chairmen Jeffrey L. Brodsky and
Stuart J. Snider, President David B. Liner and Chairman Ian D.
Pesses.

Tours Are Scheduled
For Anne Frank Exhibit

The Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies will
host a special viewing .of the
"Anne Frank in the World" ex-
hibit on Feb. 26 at the main
Jewish Community Center at
7:30 p.m.
Speaker Nechama Tec opens
the program with her presenta-
tion on "Christian 'Jews' in Po-
land." Ms. Tec survived the
Holocaust in Poland by "pass-
ing" as a Christian. She is cur-
rently associate professor of
sociology at the University of
Connecticut, and has written a
book on her experience and re-
search, When Light Pierced the

by calling the HMC, 661-1370.
Public tours are held on Sun-
days at 2:30 p.m. and on Thurs-
days at 2 p.m. Admission is free
at all times.

Leader Skills
Workshops Focus

As a part of NCJW Month,
National Council of Jewish
Women is offering a series of
workshops designed to develop
personal and leadership skills.
The first program will be held
at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 26. Roberta
Darkness: Christian Rescue of "Jeff" Dailey, counselor trainer,
Continuum Center, Oakland
Jews in Nazi Occupied Poland.
Rev. James R. Lyons, founder University, will conduct a pro-
and director of the Ecumenical gram on "How to Speak Effec-
Institute, will conduct the tour tively."
The second program, "A
of the exhibit.
This special Ecumenical Insti- Workshop on Writing" on March
tute evening is free of charge 10, will be conducted by Dr.
and open to the public. For Lynne Schaeffer and Dr. Bar-
reservations, call the institute, bara Jones, both associate pro-
fessors, Marygrove College.
353-2434.
The final program, on March
The exhibit is sponsored by
Burroughs Corp., Comerica Inc., 18, is on "Active Listening."
Jewish Welfare Federation'Un- This will be conducted by Elinor
ited Jewish Charities, Michigan Waters, director, Continuum
Bell Telephone Co., Greater De- Center, Oakland University.
Fee includes lunch. Reserva-
troit Exhibit Committee of the
American Friends of the Anne tions are limited. Call the
Frank Center, Inc., and the NCJW offices, 258-6000, for in-
Jewish Center. It appears under formation.
the auspices of the Greater De-
troit Chapter, American Jewish
Committee.
Tax Aid, Dance
The Holocaust Memorial Cen- For Seniors
ter will have extended hours
during the two-week Anne
The Southfield Senior Adult
Frank exhibition at the Jewish Center offers free tax assistance
Center.
for senior citizens on. Mondays,
Beginning Feb. 23, the 10 a.m.-noon and 1-3 p.m., now
Holocaust Memorial Center will through March 31.
be open on Mondays through
There will be a dinner-dance
Thursdays from 10 a.m.„ until 8 on Saturday at the Senior Adult
p.m. until March 9. Sundays Center at 6 p.m. There is a
hours, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will charge. Tickets may be obtained
remain.
at the center, 24350 Civic Cen-
Group tours may be scheduled ter Dr.
s

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