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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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GRANDPARENTS HONOR ROLL

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The Jewish Welfare Federation, the Jewish Home for Aged, the Jewish Community Center, the Jewish Federa-
tion Apartments and Jewish Experience for Families recently held a Grandparents Day Festival in honor of
National Grandparents Day. The grandparents, great-grandparents, and great-great grandparents names which
appear on this honor roll have been placed there as a token of the respect which their families hold for them.
We pay tribute to them and acknowledge their contribution to the development of our community.

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1988

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Shaarey Zedek Offers
Adult Education Series

Congregation Shaarey Ze-
dek's Institute for Adult
Jewish Studies will offer nine
courses for its fall course
schedule. In addition, the
adult education committee,
chaired by Dr. Mark
Goldberg, will offer the Alef
Bet classes for adults who
wish to learn to read Hebrew,
follow the Sabbath service
and recite prayers.
Shaarey Zedek faculty for
the Institute for Adult Jewish
Studies includes Rabbis Irwin
Groner and William Gershon.
The guest faculty includes
Aviva Silverman, who receiv-
ed her master's degree in
Jewish education from the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America; Itzy Weisberg, a
Jewish composer and assis-
tant professor in the
Midrasha College of Jewish
Studies; and Renee Wohl, a
United Hebrew Schools
teacher and former director of
the Midrasha.
The courses will be taught
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tues-
day evenings Oct. 25 through
Dec. 13. Classes to be of-
fered include "Emet
Ve'Emunah: Statement of
Principles of Conservative
Judaism," "Family Ties:
Parenting and Jewish
Values," "The 20th Century
Miracle: Israel's Revival and
Rebirth: 1896-1948," "Back to
the Source: Psychological and
Literary Insights into
Biblical Personalities," "The
Wisdom of the Sages," "Life
in the Balance," "A Time to
Live, A Time to Die,"
"Tutorial in Synagogue
Skills" and "Beyond the
Garden of Eden: Rabbinic In-
sights into the Book of
Bereshit."
There is a charge.
Two sections will be offered

Intermarriage
Workshop Set

The Birmingham Temple
and the School for Human
Relations will present "The
Intermarriage Workshop" at
7:30 p.m. Oct. 13, 20 and 27.
The workshop, which will
be led by Chuck Kramer and
Judy Schneider, will be held
at the Birmingham Temple.
Individuals contemplating
intermarriage, couples involv-
ed in intermarriage, parents
of intermarried children and
offspring of intermarriages
may be especially interested
in the workshop.
There is a fee. For reserva-
tions or information, call the
temple office, 477-1410.

for the Alef Bet series. One
section includes nine Sunday
mornings starting Oct. 16,
from 9 to 11 a.m. The other
section consists of nine Tues-
day evenings begining Oct. 25
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Henry
Auslander is the instructor
for both sections. There is a
charge.
For information, call the
synagogue, 357-5544.

Prenatal Event
At Temple Israel

Temple Israel will present
from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Oct.
16 "Bagels and Babies," a
program for expectant
parents and those thinking
about their first child, or
those wishing to refresh their
knowledge.
The program, featuring
Rabbis M. Robert Syme,
Harold Loss and Paul Yedwab,
along with social worker
Janice Tracht and pediatri-
cian Dr. Daniel A. Schnaar,
will discuss Jewish rituals
surrounding birth (including
baby naming) and newborn
care and the adjustments that
occur when a couple becomes
a family.
The program will be held at
Temple Israel, and is free to
the public.
Call the temple office,
661-5700, for reservations.
This program is sponsored
in cooperation with Jewish
Experiences For Families.

Refuseniks
To Come Here

Former Soviet refuseniks
Ari and Mila Volvovsky will
be honored at an 8 p.m. recep-
tion Wednesday at Congrega-
tion Beth Shalom.
The public is invited to the
reception which will include
Detroit-area relatives of the
Volvovskys, Marty and Rita
Westin, Cindy Franklin and
Howard Westin and their
families. Rabbi David Nelson
and Oak Park Mayor
Charlotte Rothstein will
speak at the gathering.
Congregation Beth Shalom
adopted Ari and Mila Volvov-
sky and their daughter, Kira,
in 1980 and worked for their
release until last spring when
the Volvovskys emigrated to
Israel. The couple's visit to
Detroit is sponsored by Con-
gregation Beth Shalom and
Friend of the Soviet Jewry
Education and Information
Center.
In addition to the reception

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