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October 28, 1988 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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To Hold Bazaar

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The Orchard Hills Chapter
of Women's American ORT
will hold its holiday bazaar at
8 p.m. on Nov. 7 in the home
of Dorothy Barak, 5441 Pond
Bluff Ct., West Bloomfield.
Merchandise from more
than 15 different artists and
vendors will be featured in-
cluding pottery, designer
jewelry, hand-painted clothes,
children's gift baskets,
children's personalized sweat-
shirts, leather handbags, per-
sonalized stationery, educa-
tional toys, stained glass, kit-
chen goods and many more.
For information, call Val
Schanes, 683-3937; or Bev
Phillips, 553-0939.

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Bar-Ilan Women
Plan Luncheon

FULL LENGTH DESIGNER

The American Women for
Bar-Ilan will hold a chai lun-
cheon for all new life
members on Tuesday in the
Southfield home of Elaine
Sabbota, it was announced by
luncheon chairmen, Terran
Leemis and Hilda Erman.
The featured entertainers
will be harpist, Christa Grix,
and flutist, Kim Rosner.
All funds raised by the
American Women help sup-
port the library system at
Bar-Ilan University. For infor-
mation and reservations, call
the Bar-Ilan office, 423-4550.

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Batya Chapter, Amit
Women, will hold its annual
paid-up membership fashion
show and afterglow on Tues-
day in the home of Judy and
Harvey Covensky in Bloom-
field Hills.
Music will be provided by
Eric Rosenow. Dues may be
paid at the door. For informa-
tion, call Ceil Liebman,
557-7065.

Women's Forum
Is Scheduled

Women of all ages are in-
vited to attend "Tapping Your
Inner Strengths: A Women's
Fourm" on Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. at
the Machon L'ilbrah building,
15221 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.
The event will be hosted by
Detroit Friends of Neve
Yerushalayim and co-
sponsored by Machon IlIbrah,
the Jewish Learning Network
of Michigan.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Feige Twerski of Milwaukee,

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Feige Twerski

Wis., a workshop leader and
adult education teacher. She
is a descendant of a Chasidic
dynasty. Mrs. Twerski is a
member of the national board
of Neve Yerushalayim.
Rabbi Tzvi Szachtel of
Jerusalem, a member of
Neve's teaching staff, also
will speak.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed and babysitting will be
available by reservation.
There is an admission charge,
with all proceeds going to
support Neve Yeruhalayim, a
seminary in Jerusalem for
collegiate women from
around the world with limited
Jewish backgrounds. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Susan
Tawil, 967-1010.

Harmony ORT
Plans Bazaar

The Harmony Chapter,
Women's American ORT, will
hold a holiday bazaar featur-
ing jewelry, hand-painted
clothing and scarves, per-
sonalized paper goods, art,
discovery toys, ceramics and
other gift items at 8 p.m. on
Tuesday at the Aldingbrooke
club house.
For information phone Tam-
my Budaj, 661-1053 or the
Aldingbrooke club house,
661-0770.

mml LOCAL NEWS

Young Adult
Election Social

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Young Adult Division
will have an election night
social Nov. 8 at Mr. Sports Bar
in Farmington Hills.
Beginning at 8:01 p.m.,
after the polls close, the par-
ty is open to those 21-35, with
valid identification. There is
no cover charge and no
solicitation of gifts.
R.SAT.P.'s are encouraged.
For information, contact the
Young Adult Division at
Federation, 965-3939, ext.
161.

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