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January 23, 1987 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-23

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WOOLF ROOFING

COMMERICAL & RESIDENTIAL

Hot Tar-Built-Up Roofing

West Bloomfield

Southfield

and Feb. 3, 9, 16 and March 2.
Guides are asked to commit
themselves to at least one
three-hour time block per
week.
Individuals interested in
more information should con-
tact Judy Miller, 682-5454; Pat
Bircoll, tour coordinator at the
HMC, or Selma Silverman,
HMC administrator, 661-0840.

OCC Classes
For Adults, Kids

Registration is currently in
progress for over 200 winter
non-credit short courses of-
fered at the Auburn Hills,
Highland Lakes, Orchard
Ridge and Southeast campuses
of Oakland Community Col-
lege.
Community residents can
choose from a full range of
business, finance, fitness,
dance, art, personal develop-
ment and special interest
courses.
For a complete listing of
short courses and registration
information, contact the com-
munity services office, Or-
chard Ridge, 471-7520, or
Royal Oak, 967-5757.
"Drawing and Painting",
"Computer Programming,"
"Clowning and Mime," and
"Passing the ACT Test" are
just a few of the courses offered
this winter as part of the Oak-
land Community College Or-
chard Ridge Enrichment Short
Course Series for children and
young adults.
For a complete listing of
courses and/or more informa-
tion, call OCC, 471-7595 or
471-7567.

Job Placement
Seminar Set

Jewish Vocational Service
(JVS) will offer a free job
placement seminar on Feb. 9,
at 9:30 a.m. at its new facility,
29699 Southfield Rd., South-
field.
This free seminar, conducted
by JVS job placement staff, is
available to anyone seeking
full - or part-time employment.
Current employment trends,
including labor market
analysis and where to look for
jobs; how to fill out applica-
tions and write resumes
packed with correct and appro-
priate information; the
dynamics of the job interview,
including what to wear and
what to say, will be discussed.
To register, call JVS, 559-
5000, by Feb. 6.

Lyons To Address
Interfaith Couples

Rev. James R. Lyons, direc-
tor of the Ecumenical Institute
for Jewish-Christian Studies,
will speak for the Mixed Mar-
riage Group of Temple Beth
Jacob at 8 p.m. Thursday.
For information, call the
temple, 332-3212.

646-2452

682-7336

18161 W. 13 Mile Rd.

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