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August 14, 1987 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-14

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Red Magen David Names
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ADAT SHALOM IS FLYING HIGH!

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..The Adult Study Commission Of
Adat Shalom Synagogue

CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO IT'S

Second
Annual
FABULOUS FAMILY PICNIC

AND CONCERT ON THE GRASS

Sunday, August 30, 1987

5:30 PM.

FEATURING

• Dress Casual.
• Bring blankets, lawn
chairs, and sports
equipment
• Program will be held
Rain or Shine.

• Hot dogs, coney burgers,
cold drinks, chips, and
brownies will be sold by
Rosenberg Caterers.

• Due to the rules of
Kashrut, only food
purchased from
Rosenberg Caterers may
be eaten on the
premises.

synagogue open house 330-5:30p.m.

• Entrance is complimentary for prospective
members. Food will be available for purchase.

Sounds great!
Name of Family
Phone No.
Number of Adults
Number of Children
Please respond by August 25.

29901 middlebelt
farmington hills, 48018

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FRIDAY, AUG. 14, 1987

Ages

Dr. Stewart Epstein has
been named chairman of the
annual testimonial dinner of
the Michigan Region of the
American Red Magen David
for Israel (ARMDI) to be held
6 p.m. Sept. 13 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Dr. John J. Mames, chair-
man of the Michigan Region,
and Dr. Morris Starkman,
chairman Medical-Dental
Council ARMDI, stated that
the event will honor Mr. and
Mrs. Max Sosin.
Dr. Epstein, a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, serves
on the synagogue's endow-
ment committee. A former
member of Adat Shalom, he
participated in the congrega-
tion's choir under the direc-
tion of Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel. His affiliations in-
clude: Young Leadership of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, B'nai B'rith, Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Anti-Defamation
League, State of Israel Bonds,
Magen David Adom, Allied
Jewish Campaign, Bar-Ilan
University, Men's ORT and
the Holocaust Memorial
Center.
With his wife Janice, Dr.
Epstein serves on the board of
the Michigan Region, ARM-
DI. The dinner will aid the
new MDA Blood Services
Center in Ramat Gan and
will help to relieve some of
the financial difficulties fac-
ing MDA.
Dr. Epstein will be assisted
by David B. Hermelin and Ir-
ving Nusbaum, associate
chairmen. Paul Borman,
William M. Davidson, Irwin
Green, David Mondry, Mike
Must, Jack A. Robinson, Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver, Carmi
Slomovitz, Philip Slomovitz
and Myron S. Steinberg are
honorary chairmen.
Dr. and Mrs. Morris
Starkman are the chairmen
of the advanced gifts division
and the leadership reception
which they will host. Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Charlupski, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry S. Dorfman,
Bernard Edelman, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ferber, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Gyongyosi, Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Karp, Dr.
and Mrs. Harold A. Maxmen,
Mr. and Mrs. John Pollak, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Schaumberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sharf-
man, Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Shipko, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Silverfarb, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Silverfarb and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Young will serve as the
associate chairmen of the ad-
vanced gifts section.
A special testimonial din-
ner tribute committee is in

Dr. Stewart Epstein

formation. Music will be pro-
vided by Eric Rosenow and
his Continentals. For reserva-
tions, call American Red
Magen David for Israel,
353-0434.

UHS Nursery
Expanding

The United Hebrew Schools
Nursery School will expand
its nursery program this fall.
There will be a class for 2
year olds, 3 year olds, 4 year
olds and a class for children
who turn 5 after the public
school deadline.
The nursery school has two,
three and five full- or half-day
programs. Extended hours
before and after school and a
lunch program also are
available. There are mother,
toddler and "by-myself"
classes. The program includes
field trips to places of general
and Jewish interest. Em-
phasis on math and reading
readiness are part of the pro-
gram. There also will be four
Super Sundays, parent cof-
fees, parent workshops, a
Shabbat dinner and more.
For information or to visit
the school, call Carol Gale,
director of the United Hebrew
Schools Nursery School,
356-7378 or 354-1050.

School Enrolls
For Fall Term

Enrollment is now open for
Cong. B'nai Israel of West
Bloomfield's Hebrew school.
Emphasis is on customs,
traditions, holidays and
prayers. Registration and the
first day of classes is 4 p.m.
Sept. 9 at the synagogue. For
information, call the
synagogue, 681-5353.

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