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March 13, 1987 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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PARKWOOD CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT, in-
vites Knob Circle, Northeast
and Whitehall Chapters to its
luncheon on Wednesday at
noon at Knob Woods club
house. Lunch will be served
at a nominal charge. Sara
Epstein, vice president of pr-
ogram, announces the guest
speaker will be Phyllis Rap-
paport, whose topic is "Me
and Judge Beer: Not a Love
Story."
Presidents Sylvia Brickner,
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Goodman announce boutiques
will be presented. Reserva-
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Women's American ORT, will
sponsor a shopping spree at
"We're For Kids" in the Or-
chard Mall, Thursday
through March 21. Proceeds
will go to ORT. For details,
call Ronni Tischler, 661-0907.

SHARON GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will hold an open meet-
ing on Tuesday at noon at
the Knob in the Woods club
house. Esther Dresser, pr-
ogram vice president, will in-
troduce the guest speaker,
Rev. James R. Lyons, execu-
tive director of the Ecumeni-
cal Institute for Jewish-
Christian Studies. Rev.
Lyons' topic will be "Every-
thing You Always Wanted To
Ask A Goy And Were Afraid
To Ask."
Luncheon will be served.
There is a charge. Guests and
associates are welcome.
Reservations for lunch are
appreciated. Call Frances Pe-
rlmuter, 375-0415; or Anne
Sukenic, 557-7540. The in-
stallation luncheon will be on
May 26. The speaker will be
Sybil Mintz, who will present
her slides on "The Jewish
Golden Age in Spain."

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CHAPTER,

Naamat USA, will hold its
spring luncheon on March 24
at noon in the Naamat meet-
ing room in the Kristen To-
wer, 25900 Greenfield, Suite
205E, Oak Park. Rabbi Ernst
J. Conrad, rabbi emeritus
and founding rabbi of Temple
Kol Ami, will speak on "Is-
rael Update, Arguments With
Shamir." Guests are welcome.
There is a charge, and reser-
vations are necessary. For
reservations, call Lillian Pe-
vsner, 557-2541; or Sylvia
Baum, 559-4748.

HUNTINGTON
CHAPTER,

HILL

Women's
American ORT, will hold its
monthly meeting on Wednes-
day at 7:30 p.m. in the home
of Janet Hankin, 8618 Hun-
tington, Huntington Woods.
Nominations for officers for
the upcoming year will be
taken and also a Passover
holiday workshop with a re-
cipe exchange will take place.
Please bring Passover re-
cipes. Non-members are wel-
come. For information, con-
tact Janet Hankin, 546-7828;
or Lynn Warren, 543-4109.

ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will hold its Project

Outreach luncheon at 11:30
a.m. Monday in the
synagogue. There is a charge.

TEMPLE ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will have "A

Day at the Health Club"
March 23 at the Jewish
Community Center Health
Club. Sisterhood members,
their husbands, and guests
are invited to use the
facilities at 6600 W. Maple
Rd., West Bloomfield, from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
There will be no charge for
the use of the facilities, a pa-
rtial list of which includes:
Nautilus room, pool, aerobic
classes, whirlpool, sauna, dry
steam, running track, gym-
nasium, squash, tennis and
racquetball courts. There is a
charge for manicures, pe-
dicures and massages. Ad-
vance appointments must be
made for these services at
661-1000, ext. 301.
Babysitting is available on
the premises for children age
2 months to 7 years. There is
a fee and advance reserva-
tions for child care must also
be made at ext. 214.
Members planning to
attend should call the health
club with an approximate
time of arrival. Lockers,
locks, towels, soap, shampoo,
lotions, and hair dryers will
be provided by the health
club.
Sylvia Zukin, director of
the Women's Health Club,
will conduct two additional
Body Awareness classes for
attending members. These
special classes will be held at
9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

METROPOLITAN CHAP-
TER, Naamat USA, will

hear Rabbi Ernst J. Conrad,
rabbi emeritus of Temple Kol
Ami, at 12:45 p.m. Monday in
the Kristen Towers, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. Rabbi Conrad will
speak on Purim. Anne Mon-
drow is chairman of the day.
Refreshments will be served.
Admission is free. For trans-
portation, call Belle Glenner,
967-4750. Guests are wel-
come.

ISRAEL

CHAPTER,

Naamat USA, will resume its

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