54 Friday, February 28, 1986
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
. CALENDAR OF 11,1 MONTH EVENTS
UP & OUT for Seniors
Sunday, March 9, 1986
Tuesday, March 4,1986
9:15 a. m. Breakfast
10:00 a.m. Program
ANNE FRANK IN THE WORLD
Bus transportation to the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, West Bloomfield, to view an exhibit of over
800 photographs depicting the life and times of
Anne Frank. Following the tour of the exhibit,
readings from Anne Frank's diary will be pre-
sented by the "Ferndale Players." Coffee and
cake. Cost $2•
OPEN BOARD MEETING
Tuesday March 25, 1986
9: 1 5 A. M. Coffee
9:30 A.M. Meeting
Special guest speaker
Oakland County Probate Court Casework Super-
visor will speak on the impact of the Legal Guard-
ian Program on the court system.
Lunch will follow the meeting
members are invited to attend.
There is no charge.
For reservations, call 258-6000.
PERSONAL AND LEADERSHIP
AN EVENING ON
Monday, March 10, 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday, March 25, 1986
A WORKSHOP ON WRITING
Who is going to read what I write? How
shall I arrange it? How shall I say it?
Greater Detroit Section and Business and Profes-
sional Branch invite you to:
Lynne Schaeffer, Ph.D.
Barbara Jones, Ph.D.
a film presentation •
Associate Professors, Marygrove College
F. PAUL PEARSALL, PH.D.
Sinai Hospital Problems of
Daily Living Clinic
Learning to listen actively will probably change
your life. An improvement in relationships inevit-
ably occurs when you really begin to listen to
others. Learn the basic, but often ignored, skill
component of effective communication.
will speak on
"Sexuality and Responsibility
Fee including lunch:
Members $5 session, Non-members $7
Tuesday, March 18, 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Elinor Waters, Director
No charge- for NOW members
Continuum Center, Oakland University
Fee including lunch
Members $5 session
Non-members $7 session
Make check payable
- -NOW office.
Non-members are welcome
CALL NCJW OFFICE:
SOUTH AFRICA BELONGS TO US
Five block women illegally talk of the fears and
frustrations they live with under apartheid. The
portrait of their lives provides an in-depth look at
the economic and emotional burden borne by
black women in South Africa. In addition, an
interview with Winnie Mandela, the first in 20
years, sets a context for understanding the role of
women in the struggle for Black liberation.
Following the film
REVEREND MANGEDWA NYATHI
Assistant Pastor, Hartford Memorial Church, Detroit
will address the audience
There is no charge.
Reservations are essential.
National Council of Jewish Women--Greater Detroit Section 30233 Southfield Road, #100, Southfield, MI 2 8-6000