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January 15, 1988 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-15

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HADASSAH HEADLINES

Sheila Bass, Editor Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah, 5030 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield 48033, 357-2920 or 683-5030 Susan Yorke, President

CAMP SIGN-UP RALLY AT HADASSAH
HOUSE . . . EVERYONE WELCOME!!!

N

"BID FOR LIFE"
AUCTION

DAVID WOLF, Director of CAMP
YOUNG JUDAEA, will be at

HADASSAH House Monday,
Januaryf25th for a rally. The pro-
gram starts at 7;30 p.m. and an invita-
tion is extended to the Detroit
Community!
Groups and programs are available
for ages 8-14. Camp Young Judaea is
deeply committed to Jewish values
and tradition! Kashrut and Shabbat
are observed and programming is
structured towards Jewish content
through special activities. CYJ — the
summer expression of HASHACHAR,
is sponsored by HADASSAH.

AGES 8-14
EDUCATION THROUGH EXPERIENCE

(358-4169) or HADASSAH HOUSE
(357-2920 or 683-5030).




Donations welcomed: Art or antiques, furs, jewelry, vaca-
tion condos, professional services, shopping spree cer-
tificates. ALL GIFTS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE. Pick-up available
if required. Official Acquisition Form available from
HADASSAH HOUSE, 683-5030.

HASHACHAR Young Judaea '88
meetings commence SUNDAY,
JANUARY 17, 2-3:30 p.m. at
HADASSAH House. Grades 2 7 will

ETC., ETC., ETC. From the traditions

Information and application
forms from Barbara Klarman

-

meet upstairs and grades 8-12 will use
the new downstairs Clubhouse. All
are welcome.
Photo at left shows:

EMILY and LISA HOLLENBERG en-
joying the new YOUNG JUDAEA
Clubhouse!

PUT
YOUR
TRUST
IN
HADASSAH

CALENDAR

Jan. 17, Sunday:
2-3:30 p.m. Hadassah House.

HASCHACHAR meetings,

tssA
We'rGood
You Can
Make Us Better

No other organization in the world
has our kind of clout...385,000 women.

• With our network of members in every state
of our nation, we have the power to
make a difference on the American scene.

• We helped build the State of Israel.

• We built the most advanced Medical Center
in the Middle East.

• We've provided guidance and job training to
200,000 young adults in Israel.

Join
Hadassah
Today!

• We share our expertise in medical and social
services with countries throughout the world.

• We ensure the future of the Jewish people by
sponsoring the largest Zionist youth movement
in the world.

We offer the way for today's woman
to be involved with every
issue relating to Jews everywhere.

Clip & Mail -

To: HADASSAH, 5030 Orchard Lake Road, W. Bloomfield 48033
Please enroll me as a:

YEARLY MEMBER: _($25)

LIFE MEMBER:

NAME

_($250) Two-year payment plan available.

(Mrs., Ms. Dr.)

ADDRESS

(Zip)

PHONE
I AFTERNOON OR EVENING GROUPS AVAILABLE in most areas,
including NOVI-NORTHVILLE!

DATE: July 10, 1988.
GOAL: $50,000
ACTION: Your help
NOW!!!!

Grades 2-7 and 8-12.
Jan. 23, Saturday:
1 p.m. Laurel Woods Clubhouse,
Southfield. ONEG SHABBAT
with Storyteller CORINNE
STAVISH. Refreshments. R.S.V.P. by
20th.* * *
Jan. 25, Monday:
7:30 p.m. Hadassah House. CAMP
YOUNG JUDAEA Rally. All
welcome!
Feb. 9, Tuesday:
Noon. FLORIDA LUNCHEON —
Polo Club Boca Raton. Reserva-
tions only.***
March 8, Tuesday:
HENRIETTA SZOLD COUNCIL
meeting at J.C.C., Oak Park. Lun-
cheon, musical program, etc.
Watch for your invitation!
July 10, Sunday:
"BID FOR LIFE" AUCTION.
Save the date! Start gathering gifts
and services for auction block.***
***Call 357-2920 or 683-5030
for information and reser-
vations.

ATTENTION iv
PROGRAM
DIRECTORS

"From HADASSAH With Love;;
— entertainment for our older
members and their friends.
In the early part of 1988 the Greater
Detroit Chapter of HADASSAH will be
prepared to present programs at
various Jewish Community and
private facilities in the metro area,
specially geared towards the elderly.
PROGRAM DIRECTORS INTER-
ESTED IN PARTICIPATING in these
events may call BEA BREINER
(626-8415 for additional information.

HEARING AIDS WANTED. New

and used hearing aids are being col-
lected by HADASSAH, serviced and
re-used in Israel! Help us in this pro-
ject. Call HADASSAH House,
683-5030.




YAHRZEITS — Remember your
loved - one. Yahrzeits observed in

perpetuity in beautiful Chagall
Synagogue at the HADASSAH
Medical Center in Jerusalem. Ar-
rangements can be made through
HADASSAH House.



SPECIAL OCCASION CARDS. At-
tractive and thoughtful cards
available for every occasion. Large
selection — call HADASSAH House
and a card can be mailed for you!



THRIFT SHOP. Gently used
clothes and furniture can be turn-
ed into funds to support
HADASSAH. Drop off at shop: 224
W. Nine Mile, Ferndale — or call
547-8080 for pick-up of LARGE
items. Donations are tax-deductible.



GIFT SHOP at HADASSAH
House. Come in, say `hello' and see
our latest purchases — the selection
is good!

of Talmud, Jewish
Folklore and
Literature .. .

CORINNE STAVISH, Storyteller,
will captivate you SATURDAY,
JANUARY 23, 1 p.m. at Laurel

Woods Clubhouse, 22200 Laurel
Woods Drive, Southfield.
The Annual ONEG SHABBAT will
also feature ALICE HERMAN,
presenting an Educational Update.
Refreshments will be served.
Limited Seating — R.S.V.P. by
January 20 to 683-5030 or
357-2920.







‘,/

FLORIDA
LUNCHEON Al

Detroit Chapter's THIRD FLORIDA
LUNCHEON takes place Tuesday,
February 9, 1988, noon at the
POLO CLUB BOCA RATON. Lun-
cheon-$20, R.S.V.P.'s by January 29
to (Florida numbers): Anne Talon
278 - 0759 or Leah Kaplan
997-5616.

YAHRZEIT IN ISRAEL

SHEVAT: Jan. 20-Feb. 18

ADAR: Feb. 19 - March 18

Abraham Morris Corn
Leila Corn
Sol Fink
Maurice Floch
Shirley Greshman
Joseph Kimmel
Minnie Knopper
Rose Edith Lipsitz
Max Milgrom
George Sham
Bert Smolder
Anna Smolian
Louis Tatken
Dora Muller Weisman

Herman August
Ida Shevin Baker
William Buchhalter
Sarah Leven-
Morris Muller
Abraham Nusbaum
Clara Parven
Walter Rosenberg
Simon Schachter
Anna Shaffer
Bella Sham
Harry Sommer

The Yahrzeits are observed in perpetuity in the
beautiful Chagall Synagogue in the Hadassah Medical
Center, Jerualem.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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