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May 08, 1987 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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The Jewish Community Center
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invites you to an
exhibition of works by:

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The works will be on display
May 10 through 31, 1987

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Jewish Community Center
6600 West Maple
West Bloomfield, Michigan

Sunday, May 17, 1987
2:00 PM to 5:00 PM reception

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Linda Gale's second grade
class at Hillel Day School will
have a bake sale today at the
school in recognition of Be Kind
to Animals Week.
Proceeds from the sale will go
to CHAT — Concern for Helping
Animals in Israel — a non-
profit, American-based group
which raises funds to help the
animals in Israel.
The money is used to build
shelters, provide medical sup-
plies, educate schoolchildren
and the public on animal
welfare, observe the care of
work animals and to try to im-
prove laws regarding animal
care.
Parents of the students will
come to school to bake the
goodies with their children. All
baked goods will be kosher.
The students are also work-
ing odd jobs around their
houses to earn money to donate
to CHAI. This is the third year
that the students are par-
ticipating in the project.

Students Win
Reading Prizes

Three Michigan students
were prize winners in the
Great National Jewish Read-
In, sponsored by the Jewish
Braille Institute.
They are: Tasha Bortman
and Aliza Burstyn, of Akiva
Hebrew Day School; and
Jared Shapiro of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in East Lans-
ing.
In the Read-In, held in con-
junction with Jewish Book
Month, parents, relatives,
friends and neighbors serve
as sponsors to the children by
pledging contributions to JBI
for each book read during a
four-week period. Prizes are
awarded on the total of books
read and funds pledged.

JPI Teens Attend
CSJO Convention

Eight teens from the
Jewish Parents Institute will
participate in the 1987 Con-
gress of Secular Jewish
Organizations Convention to
be held at the Hoyt Confer-
ence Center at Eastern
Michigan University, Yp-
silanti, from May 22 to 25.
Each year, the CSJO hosts
an international conference
which allows for an inter-
change of ideas among
member organizations. This
year, the J.P.T. Teen Club has
done major planning for the
teen conference, to be held
concurrently with young
adult, adult and educators'
conferences. Members of the
Teen Club include David
Ryan, Jennifer Davis, Shira
Lurie, Allison Berg and

Michael Jacobs, all graduat-
ing from J.P.I. this year, and
Debi Goldstein, David War-
shawsky, and Marc
Waldman, who serve as teen
assistants.
The J.P.I. Teen Club has
developed a workshop titled,
"Why Be a Secular Jew," to
be held on May 23. Other
workshops offered to teens
include,
"Jewish
"Group.
Stereotypes,"
Dynamics," and "An Evalua-
tion of Your Secular Jewish
Education, Teens Talk to
Teachers."
Also planned for teens are
social activities including
videos, folk dancing and sing-
ing.

Beth Shalom
Honors Youth

Cong. Beth Shalom will
honor all of its Junior Con-
gregation participants on
Saturday at 9 a.m. Certifi-
cates and pins will be
awarded.
R.S.P., Sisterhood and
Men's Club have helped to
provide additional prizes for
those students whose
attendance exceeds minimum
requirements. Also par-
ticipating in the program will
be Eric Adelman and Jason
Reid of Cub Scout Pack 1576
of Cong. Beth Shalom who
will receive their Cub Scout
Aleph Badges and certifi-
cates.
After services there will be
a luncheon featuring Judy
Goldstein. Reservations are
required. There is a charge.

Temple Emanu-El
Ending School Year

Temple Emanu-El Reli-
gious School will hold its an-
nual tzedakah program Sun-
day. Faculty will have a pot-
luck luncheon meeting May
17 to evaluate the school and
plan for next year.
The annual congregational
meeting will begin 9:30 a.m.
May 31, preceded by break-
fast. At the same time, the
religious school will have an
Israel fair, to which parents
are invited after the congre-
gational meeting. An awards
ceremony will be held at
11:15 a.m. Students will be
dismissed at 11:30 a.m.
Tenth grade confirmation
will take place at 7:30 p.m.
June 2. Confirmands are:
Judy Avrushin, Sheldon
Frankel, Alan Goldberg, Tobi
Hollander, Erika Hootner,
Eric Maxon, Laura May,
Ronald Melamed and Adam
Mossoff.

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