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May 06, 1988 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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FRIDAY MAY 6 1988

Seniors To See Video

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris Building will pre-
sent the Book Fair video, Be-
tween Washington and Israel
with Wolf Blitzer in the JPM
lobby at 10 a.m. Monday and
Thursday.
The senior adult choir
under the direction of Vivian
Stollman and accompanied by
Sonny Lippenholtz will enter-
tain at Borman Hall on Mon-
day at 1:30 p.m.
Herman Chapin, Detroit
Symphony Orchestra docent,
will discuss the music to be
played at the May 13 Coffee
Concert on Tuesday in the
JPM assembly hall at 1 p.m.
The lecture and concert are
provided through a grant of
the Michigan Concil for the
Arts and the Boaz Siegel En-
dowment Fund. there is a
nominal charge for the
concert.
The movie, Pajama Game
will be shown at 2 p.m. in the
JPM assembly hall on
Tuesday.
The senior adult camp re-
union will take place Wednes-
day at 1 p.m. in the Jaffe Hall.
A video of the camp will be

shown, qustions will be
answered by Camp Director
Ada Bandalene. The Experts-
in-Residence program will be
discussed and refreshments
and entertainment provided.
Campers, friends and guests
are welcome.

On Thursday, the For
Women Only Club will
celebrate its tenth anniver-
sary. A special celebration
honoring ladies' birthdays
will take place at that time,
along with a program com-
memorating the club's tenth
year. Bernice Konikow, club
photographer and historian,
will present highlights of past
years' events and Lillian
Zellman will be mistress of
ceremonies. This program
will take place at noon in
Jaffe Hall and is open to
members only.
The Culture Club will pre-
sent Mary Koretz, Yiddishist,
on Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in
the JPM assembly hall.
Everyone is invited.
On May 15, the movie,
Hello Dolly, will be shown by
Archie Leslie in the JPM
assembly hall at 2 p.m. There
is no charge.

Jewish Agencies Mark
Older Americans Month

A variety of local programs
is being coordinated by the
Jewish Community Center,
the three facilities of the
Jewish Home for Aged (JHA),
and the Jewish Federation
Apartments, Inc., in celebra-
tion of Older Americans
Month being celebrated this
month.
The month-long series of
events will culminate in the
launching of hundreds of
helium-filled baloons at Bor-
man Hall/JHA in Detroit,
Prentis Manor/JHA in
Southfield, the Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris Jewish Communi-
ty Center and Prentis Federa-
tion Apartments in Oak Park,
as well as the JHA's
Fleischman Residence/Blum-
berg Plaza and the Hechtman
Federation Apartments in
West Bloomfield, May 26 at 2
p.m.
During the month, Prentis
Manor and Borman Hall, the
JHA's licensed nursing
homes, will honor an outstan-
ding nurse with the Mary
Breslin Nursing Award and
will observe National Nurs-
ing Week.
At Flesichman Residence/
Blumberg Plaza, the JHA's
licensed home for aged,

kindergarteners through
third graders from the Jewish
Parents Intitute will visit the
residents on May 15 and a
trip to see a performance of
Girl Crazy at the Birm-
ingham Theatre along with
the senior adult division of
the Jewish Community
Center will highlight
Fleischman's day on May 18.
Featured on May 15 at 2
p.m. at Borman Hall/JHA
and Prentis Manor/JHA will
be the formal dedication of
giant-size quilts, with squares
made by residents' families,
to be hung in the lobby of
each of the Jewish Home for
Aged facilities.
Also on the agenda for the
Older Americans Month
observance is an essay contest
on "My Favorite Older Per-
son" for area young people.
Awards will be given in four
age categories with winners
to be announced in June.
Serving on the Older
American Month Planning
Committee are Irma Starr of
the Jewish Community
Center, Patricia Milner and
Carol Hadley of the Jewish
Federation Apartments, Inc.
and Marcia Mittelman of the
Jewish Home for Aged.

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