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January 06, 1989 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-06

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Dor L'Dor
Meets Tuesday

The fifth annual Dor L'Dor
program which brings
children and senior adults
together through written
word and song has been
lb introduce seniors of the
Jewish Community Center to
the Dor L'Dor program, the
film Close Harmony will be
shown on Tuesday at 10 a.m.
at the Maple/Drake Building
and at 2 p.m. at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Building. The
film focuses on a similar in-
tergenerational program
done in New York City and
will also be viewed by sixth
grade students from Hillel
Day School.
In order to help the children
understand the changes that
aging brings, Carol
Rosenberg, director of the
Fleischman Residence, will
speak on how health affects
older people. David Techner of
Ira Kaufman Chapel, will
speak on death and dying.
The children and seniors
are paired as pen pals for
several weeks. During this
time rehearsals for a spring
concert are held. They meet
for the first time at a special
get-together party held in
their honor at the Center's
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building. From that point on
they attend joint rehearsals
in preparation for their in-
tergenerational concert
scheduled for May 23 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. This
event is sponsored by the
Jewish Community Center,
Hillel Day School and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Persons over 60 years who
would like to take part in this
program should contact
Diane Sands or Judy Blus-
tein, 967-4030; or Marilyn
Wolfe or Stu Rogoff, 661-1000.

Talks At JPM

"Workable, Wearable War-
drobe" is a three part series
that demonstrates how to
choose clothes that best fit
your lifestyle. It is being of-
fered three consecutive
Tuesdays, Jan. 17, 24 and 31,
from 1:30 to 3 p.m., by the
Senior Adult Department at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center.
The program is presented in
cooperation with the MSU
Cooperative Extension Ser-
vice of Oakland County and
features home economist
Elain Glasser. The sessions
will focus on making the most
of your current wardrobe, selc-

tion and care of clothing and
how to make accessories
Coffee and cake will be
available at a nominal
For reservations, call Diane
Sands, 967-4030.

Seniors Hear
Israeli Cantata

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will have the
fourth program in its eries,
ethnic concert series "And
They Came to the Land," an
Israeli cantata featuring the
Oak Park-Southfield
Makaylah (chorus), on Sun-
day in Jaffe Hall of the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Building
at 2 p.m., followed by
refreshments. There is a
nominal charge.
It is directed by Jacqueline
Rogers, conducted by Vivian
Stollman, accompanied by
Sonia Lipenholtz. The nar-
rators are Ira Harris and Ann
Herman Chapin, Detroit
Symphony Orchestra docent,
will discuss the music to be
played at Friday's Coffee Con-
cert. He will speak at 1 p.m.
Tuesday in the JPM assembly
hall. Following the lecture,
the movie Close Harmony will
be shown.
On Thursday, at 12:30 p.m.,
Phillip Imber, former For-
ward columnist, will read and
discuss several of his articles.
This will take place at the
Yiddish Culture Club'in Jaffe
Hall. Everyone is invited.

Game Room
For Seniors

A Monday morning games
room is open for senior adults.
Maj Jongg, Rummicube,
Scrabble, bridge along with a
variety of other card games
are available in room 239 at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center at 10 a.m.
The afternoon program this
week will feature orchestra
leader, Stuart Rogoff. Lunch
is available in the Jewish
Center cafeteria or seniors
may bring their own. For in-
formation, contact Judy Sam-
son or Marilyn Wolfe,

Due For Seniors

The Oak Park Senior
Outreach Office will offer a
program by the American
Red Cross about "Lifeline,"
a personal emergency re-
sponse system, at the Com-
munity Center on Thursday
at 12:30 p.m. The program is
open to the public.

(If you're not interested in the latest
high tech equipment: Nautilus, Universal, Biocycle,
computerized treadmills, StairMaster, personalized fitness
instruction, saunas, whirlpools and much more.)

$100 off
Men's Health Club

Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit
6600 West Maple Road
661-1000, ext. 266

- good during January 1989 only
- must not have been a member during the past year
- half down, balance in 90 days


The Better Late Than Never


January 7, at 8:00 p.m.
Maple Drake Building
Deroy Studio Theatre

The JCC's Monthly Teen Dance Club
Kicks Off and Rocks!

(JCC Members $4.00/Non-Center Members $5.00.
You must bring your JCC membership cards with you.)

For more information, contact Stu Rogoff, 661-1000, ext. 267




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