THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
50 Friday, April 25, 1986
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ONE FREE ADMISSION
Every day except Saturday
When a second admission is purchased
All OR MIN
DINNER FOR TWO!
Women Hold 30th Donor
On Orchard Lake at Cass Lake Rd.
11/2 Miles West of Telegraph
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Opus 3 Chamber Recitalists
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Cast Conic Vie!
Cong. Beth Shalom Sisterhood
will have its 30th annual donor
luncheon at noon May 22 at Beth
Shalom. There is a fee, and paid
reservations are due by May 15.
For information, call Bess Lip-
son, donor chairman, 646-6643.
Co-chairmen are Freda Mendel-
son and Hilda Bloom.
The afternoon will be highligh-
ted by a program, "Say It With
Music," feautring Opus 3
Chamber Recitalists. The
ensemble is comprised of pianist
Barbara Woolf, lyric soprano
Anna Speck and baritone Frank
Ms. Woolf studied at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and at the
University of Michigan. She has
performed in recital in Wiscon-
sin, Michigan and in Ontario,
and with the Dejtroit Symphony
Orchestra and local symphony
orchestras. She is artist-in-
residence at the Birmingham Un-
itarian Church, teaches privately
and for the University of Michi-
gan — Dearborn. She also is on
the board of the Tuesday Musical
of Detroit and the Oakland Piano
Ms. Speck has appeared in reci-
tals and had many operatic roles.
She studied at U-M and Oakland
University. She is soloist at the
Birmingham Unitarian Church,
teaches voice and serves on the
board of the Tuesday Musicale of
Hull has given solo perform-
ances and has sung with many
leading choruses. In addition to
his classical repertoire, Hull also
has sung the leading role in
Romberg's Desert Song and music
from Broadway musicals.
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Beverly Liss, Nancy Glass, speaker Danny Siegel, Hannah Moss and
Nancy Jacobson examine crafts made by handicapped persons at the
Jewish Welfare Federation Women's Division Spring Forum.