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November 27, 1987 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-27

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KOLLEL INSTITUTTE OF GREATER DETROIT

VA CENTER FOR ADVANCED JEWISH STUDIES

15230 LINCOLN OAK PARK, MICHIGAN 48237

A SPECIAL MESSAGE

To All the Friends and Supporters of the

KOLLEL INSTITUTE

Recently, a damaging fire destroyed the Lincoln Cen-
tre office building — Home of the Administrative Offices of
The Kollel Institute of Detroit. All records, files and equipment
were consumed in the fire.
The Kollel has an immediate and urgent need for office
equipment, including computers, typewriters, copy
machines and general contributions,
Also, the entire mailing list, including the annual Winter
Raffle Ticket Campaign was destroyed.
If you have purchased tickets in the past — or wish to
do so this year for the first time, PLEASE CALL 968-0764 BE-
TWEEN 9 A.M. and 12 P.M.
The Kollel would like to take this opportunity to express
its appreciation for the concern of the entire community, for
the Kollel's welfare.

Friends of The Kollel

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SYNAGOGUES

Choral Society
To Perform

Cong. Shaarey Zedek will
present its annual Chanukah
Concert and Pageant at 7 p.m.
Dec. 13 at the synagogue.
Sponsored by the Laker
family in memory of Mr.
Harry Laker, the concert this
year will feature the Halevi
Choral Society, directed by
Judity H. Karzen.
Founded in 1926 by the late
Harry Coopersmith and
Hyman Reznick, Halevi is
now in its 60th year. It per-
forms the best loved Jewish
choral works, both new and
old, • Hebrew and Yiddish,
secular and religious.
Its performances include
music from the Renaissance
to the present as well as
Ladino, Yiddish and Israeli
selections. The Halevi Choral
Society is the only profes-
sional musical ensemble in
the Midwest devoted ex-
clusively to the performance
of Jewish choral music.
The program is open to the
public at no charge.

Rabbi Drucker
Attends Seminar

Rabbi Reuven Drucker of
Young Israel of Greenfield
will join leading rabbis from
Kentucky, Missouri, New
York, Ohio, Pittsburgh and
West Virginia at a special
regional rabbinic seminar in
Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday and
Wednesday to discuss a host
. of contemporary issues con-
fronting the Orthodox
rabbinate.
The seminar is sponsored
by the Max Stern Division of
Communal Services (MSDCS)
at the Yeshiva University-
affiliated Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological
Seminary (RIETS) in New
York City.
Rabbi Drucker will serve as
a panelist at a session on
"The Halakhic Implications
of Gerus (conversion) and In-
termarriage for the
Synagogue and the School."

Rabbis Attend
Chabad Parley

Michigan Chabad sent
many delegates to the annual
international conference of
shluchim (emmissaries) of the
Lubavitcher Rebbe — Rabbi
Menachem M. Schneerson in
Brooklyn earlier this week.
Attending were the follow-
ing rabbis: Berel Shemtov,
regional director; Yitschak

M. Kagan, associate director;
Chaim M. Bergstein, Farm-
ington Hills; Aaron Y. Golds-
tein, Ann Arbor; Yosef Y.
Gourarie, rosh yeshiva; Yosef
Y. Keselman, outreach direc-
tor; Moshe Y. Polter, adult
education; Yosef Y. Shemtov,
Toledo, Ohio; Elimelech
Silberberg, West Bloomfield;
Bentzion Stein, Lubavitch
Cheder; Yisrael Weingarten,
Flint; Yosef Y. Weingarten,
Grand Rapids.

Bazaar Marks
Chanukah

Cong. Beth Shalom's an-
nual Chanukah party and
bazaar will take place Dec. 6
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
community is invited.
Sisterhood Gift Bazaar will
feature exhibitors of items
from handmade apparel to
jewelry to books to toys. A
special section of the bazaar
will be set aside as a "kids
bazaar" where children can
select gifts for their families
and friends. A gift-wrapping
booth also will be available.
There will be a variety of
entertainment and a latka
lunch and soft drinks. For
kids, there will be crafts,
games and face-painting.

Rabbi Speaks

Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine will
describe the philosophy and
the programs of the Birm-
ingham Temple and of
Humanistic Judaism at a
special gathering in the tem-
ple library at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call the temple office,
477-1410.

Consecration
Service Set

The consecration of
youngsters in kindergarten
and first grade will take place
at Cong. B'nai Israel on Dec.
5 during Sabath services.
The following young people
will be called to the bimah:
Ashley Abramson, Lindsey
Abramson, Andrew Ceifetz,
Marla Ceifetz, Dean Egdish,
Marcie Fischer, Brian Golem-
ba, Ryan Gutter, Carolyn
Jacobs, Renee Jacobs, Shira
Klein, Amelia Letvin, Jodi
Manko, Heidi Seifer, Jessica
Tama and Scott Tuchklaper.
Parents and grandparents
will receive honorary men-
tion, and a kiddush-reception
will follow. The entire com-
munity is invited.

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