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March 25, 1988 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-25

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for a number of needs, during
Passover and all year round.
Kosher-for-Passover meals
will be served to all Jewish
patients at Sinai Hospital,
with seder plates provided on
the first two nights. Hagad-
das will be provided through
Sinai's pastoral care
department.
Clients of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service's Project
Outreach who live in isola-
tion from the Jewish com-
munity will take part in a
special seder with nearly 200
handicapped and elderly
Detroiters. Sponsored by the
Cooperative Council of the
League of Jewish Women, the
seder will take place April 5
at the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon H.
Gruskin are instrumental in
planning and organizing this
seder, as in previous years.
Volunteers from the Jewish
Welfare Federation's Young
Adult Division will host Pro-
ject Outreach's 46 clients at a
"third seder," April 3, at the
Huntington Woods recreation
center. YAD volunteers will
provide transportation to and
from the seder.
At the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Jewish Community
Center in Oak Park, a third
seder will be conducted by
Rabbi Sherman Kirshner, in
Yiddish, for senior adults and
nursery children on April 7.
On Wednesday, JPM will hold
an intergenerational work-
shop where nursery children
can learn to make seder
plates and food, before atten-
ding a model seder led by
Cantor Sam Greenbaum.
The Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center recently
held its third annual "matza
factory" program in coopera-
tion with Bais Chabad
Lubavitch Centers of West
Bloomfield and Farmington
Hills.
The Soviet Jewry Commit-
tee of the Jewish Community
Council will hold its symbolic
Freedom Seder, 7 p.m. Sunday
at Shiffman Hall in the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
No dinner will be served,
but traditional seder plate
symbols will be on each table.
The purpose of the evening is
to provide individuals with an
understanding of the plight of
Soviet Jews in the context of
the Passover holiday. The
community is invited. There
is a charge.
The Jewish Information
Service supplies answers to
all holiday questions. JIS
refers people to agencies,
synagogues and services that
can be helpful during the
holiday. Their telephone
number is 967-HELP.

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