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March 11, 1988 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-11

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FOREIGN

"The finest in
party entertainment"

DOMESTIC

From solo piano to
full 5 piece band
For Booking Info:

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(313) 737-7122

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GIVE YOUR CHILD AN
ODYSSEY ADVENTURE
DURING SPRING BREAK

Odyssey Adventures are educationally and culturally enriching
events designed for children grades 3 through 8. Small groups of
children, supervised by teachers and trained professionals, will be
taken on fun-filled adventures in the Detroit area.

You can register your child now for Odyssey Adventures. Spring
Break Program, Monday, April 4 — Friday, April 8. A choice of daily
adventures to exciting places are available.

Recreational Parks
Acting Workshops

Cultural/Science Centers
Water Wonderlands

Spring Break Fees: Full day (9 am - 4 pm) $149.00/week, half day (12:30 pm - 4 pm) $99.00/
week. Daily rates are available. Fees include supervision, instruction, transportation,
and admissions.

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ODYSSEY
ADVENTURES

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FRIDAY. MARCH It 1988

Odyssey Adventures is a non-profit educational
organization with over 10 years' experience in
conducting stimulating field study programs.
For a complete information package on
all of our programs, call Odyssey Ad-
ventures at 661-3600.

AARP Parley
Focus Is Health

Staying physically and
mentally healthy throughout
life- will be the focus of a
number of free concurrent
sessions scheduled as part of
the American Association of
Retired Persons (AARP) 1988
Biennial Convention at
Detroit's Cobo Hall May
10-12.
Among nationally recogniz-
ed authorities scheduled to
speak are Dr. Art Ulene of
NBC to discuss good health
habits, and ABC's Dr.
Timothy Johnson who will ex-
amine the value of positive at-
titudes as a key to good
health.
Practical tips on imporving
nutrition without sacrificing
good taste will be provided by
noted chef and author Craig
Claiborne, while Dr. Ruth
Westheimer will discuss
human sexuality and aging.
Television consumer
reporter David Horowitz will
show convention attendees
how they can protect
themselves against various
kinds of "health quackery,"
while Dr. Gene Cohen of the
National Institute of Mental
Health will describe the pro-
gress being made in the fight
against Alzheimer's Disease.
Registration is open to
AARP members and other in-
terested persons. For advance
registration forms, write:
Convention Activities Office,
AARP, 1909 K Street, N:W.,
Washington, D.C. 20049.

Storyteller
Is Featured

The senior adult depart-
ment at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center
will present storyteller Cor-
rine Stavish who will tell
stories from the Talmud,
Jewish folklore and literature
at 1 p.m. Monday in room
239. There is a nominal
charge.

Dance Concert
For Seniors

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will present
Harriet Berg and her dance
troupe at 9:30 a.m. and at
1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Building
lobby.
Sinai Hospital will present
a Passover cooking workshop
entitled, "To Your Good
Health," with Beverly Peiss
and Betsy Kurieto, registered
dieticians, at 1 p.m. Tuesday
in the JPM assembly hall.
Following the workshop, the

first part of the movie, Strike
Up The Band, will be shown
by Archie Leslie in the
assembly hall.
Excerpts of the play, Anne
Frank will be shown on video
at 10 a.m. Thursday in the
JPM lobby. Rochelle Sable
will speak at the Yiddish
Culture Club at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday in Jaffe Hall of the
JPM.

Passover Topic
For Senior Adults

Young At Heart will meet
at 12:30 p.m. Thursday for
dessert and coffee in the Sol
Schwartz Auditorium of Cong.
Beth Achim. The program
will feature a Passover talk by
Rabbi Milton Arm, and the
guest speaker will be Rev.
James R. Lyons, founder-
director of the Ecumenical In-
stitute for Jewish-Christian
Studies. Rev. Lyons will speak
on "The Rise of Anti-
Semitism."
Friends are invited. There
is a nominal charge. For infor-
mation, call Fredell
Whiteman, chairman,
356-1864; or the synagogue,
352-8670.

Aging Parent
Series Focus

The Southfield Public
Library announces its Spring
Forum Series of Programs en-
titled "You and Your Aging
Parent."
The programs are as
follows: March 24, first of a
two-part workshop on aging
parents presented by The
Continuum Center of
Oakland University; March
31, communication, support
systems and coping skills for
the elderly and their
children; and April 7,
presented by Citizens for Bet-
ter Care, the information will
cover types of care, care selec-
tion criteria and the rights of
residents and their families.
Everyone is welcome free of
charge. The programs will be
held in the library's Marcotte
Room at 7 p.m.

LOCAL NEWS

Reading Course
Is Offered

The Improved Reading
Center of Michigan will offer
an advanced reading course,
beginning April 14, at the
Jewish Community Center in
West Blomfield. This is a four-
session, 12-hour course.
For information, call the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 335.

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