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February 20, 1987 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-20

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Handicapped at Camp

Louis Horne made a contri-
bution to aid handicapped
children and adults through
programs and facilities at
Camp Maas, the residential
camp sponsored by Tamarack
Camps, Fresh Air Society. FAS
is in the process of expanding
its services to wheelchair-
bound individuals, and those
with other handicaps at its
year-round facilities.
A new barrier-free and win-
terized facility is now being
considered to better serve the
needs of the handicapped as
well as families with young
children.
In addition to counselors
who will be in charge of pro-
gramming,attendants will be
utilized to take care of the spe-
cial needs of these children, as
well as occupational
therapists, recreational
therapists and nurses.
Mr. and Mrs. Horne have
previously established the
Sydney Phillips Memorial
Scholarship Fund for the
Handicapped in memory of
Mrs. Horne's brother Sydney
who was handicapped. Schol-
arships for the summer pro-
gram will be available through
the fund.
Parents who are interested
in having their children in-
volved in the program, and
other individuals who would
like to be involved in the plan-
ning of programs for the ha _ ndi-
capped should call the
Tamarack Camps office, 661-
0600.

Rofel Concert
Is Postponed

Marsha Rofel's concert in
honor of Jewish Music Month,
scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter's Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch, has been postponed.
The rescheduled concert will
take place 2 p.m. March 29 at
the JPM Branch.
Donna Pearlman will direct
summer camp for children age
31/2 to five. Sessions will last
from June 29 to July 23 and
July 27 to August 20. Call Irma
Starr for information, 967-
4030.

Midrasha To Offer
Master's Program

The Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies in conjunction
with the Allan/Touro College
will offer a master's degree
program in interdisciplinary
studies, designed to provide
students with a deeper under-
standing of the rich history and
literature of Judaism. Core

courses in Jewish history will
be offered in the late afternoon
and evening for the con-
venience of students with pro-
fessional and personal respon-
sibilities. Courses will also be
offered in the areas of Jewish
literature and philosophy.
The master's program is
open to those individuals with
a bachelor's degree from an
accredited institution and a
background in Jewish studies.
Dr. Tikva Frymer-Kensky
will offer a course on biblical
culture and thought, 7 p.m.
Thursdays, beginning March
5. Dr. Frymer-Kensky teaches
at the University of Michigan
and is a scholar in the fields of
biblical and ancient Near
Eastern religion and law.
For degree requirements or
financial information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117.

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JCCouncil Seeks
To Fill Posts

Nominations for 1987-1988
Jewish Community Council
officers and to fill "vacant
executive committee seats will
be made by a committee ap-
pointed by Council President
Leon S. Cohan.
Suggestions for nominees
may be sent in writing to Alvin
L. Kushner, executive director,
Jewish Community Council,
163 Madison, Detroit, 48226.
Members of the nominating
committee - are: Robert Am-
berg, American Jewish Com-
mittee, Detroit Chapter;
Nancy Handelman, Hadassah,
Shalom Group; Albert
Rosenblum, Cong. Beth
Shalom; Irving J. Rubin,
Downtown Synagogue; Jo
Saltzman, Cong. Shaarey
Zedek; Steven G. Silverman,
B'nai B'rith, Detroit Lodge;
and Allen Zemmol, Cong. Beth
Shalom. Rubin, Silverman,
and Zemmol currently sit on
Council's executive committee.

Religion, Education
Topic of Dialogue

A discussion on how religion
and educational policy coin-
cide, sponsored by the Greater
Detroit Interfaith Round Table
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, will take
place 10 a.m. Wednesday at
150 W. Boston in Detroit.
Speakers will be Howard
Wallach, chairman of the
Jewish Community Council's
church/state subcommittee,
and Marilyn Lundy, president
of the League of Catholic
Women of Detroit and Citizens
for Educational Freedom.

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