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SHERWOOD STUDIOS

games and field trips. Coor-
dination and large and small
muscle development are
fostered in the indoor play
area as well as on the outdoor
playground.
Akiva's kidnergarten in-
cludes: learning centers,
reading readiness in both
English and Hebrew large
and small motor development
and physical education.
Children have hands on ex-
periences in science, math,
Shabbat, chagim, brachot,
mitzvot, computers and cook-
ing. Children participate in
arts, crafts, games and
dramatic play inAkiva's full-
day program.
For information, call the
school, 552-9690.

Teddy Bear
`Clinic' Due

Temple Emanu-El Nursery
school will host a "Picnic in
the Park with J.E.F.F.,"
featuring a Well Teddy Bear
Clinic for pre-schoolers and
their parents, at 1 p.m. Feb.
26 at the temple.
Teddy bear patients will get
free check-ups from pediatri-
cian Dr. Marty Levinson, op-
thalmologist Dr. Conrad Giles
and Dr. Richard Krugel.
There will be a teddy bear--
sing-along with the Song
Sisters and a puppet show by
the Germbusters, featuring
nurses from Sinai Hospital's
Disease Control Unit, along
with games and other ac-
tivities focusing on health
and disease prevention.
The program is open to all
pre-schoolers and their
parents. Admission is free. For
reservations, call Rena Cohen
or Michaelyn Silverman,
967-4020. This program is
sponsored by Temple Emanu-
El Nursery School, Sinai
Hospital and Jewish Ex-
periences For Families.

Aleynu Targets
Medical Issues

Aleynu, the Partnership for
Jewish Adult Education, an-
nounces a new lunch-and-
learn program will be held at
the Harper Hospital Profes-
sional Building, 4th floor, of-
fice of The Section of
Transplantation.
The program will begin
Tuesday at noon. Dates and
topics to be discussed are:
Tuesday, "Basis of Jewish
Medical Ethics"; Feb. 28,
"Quality of Life, Terminal Il-
lness and Euthanasia";
March 14, "Life's Beginnings
and Abortions"; March 28,
"Death, Autopsy and
Transplants"; April 11,

LEATHER

"Cosmetic Surgery"; and
May 2, "Treating AIDS Pa-
tients."
The lectures will be given
by Rabbi Shmuel Irons, head
of the Kollel Institute of
Detroit. There is a charge. For
information and reservations,
call Aleynu, 968-3000.

ON CAMPUS I

Law Students
To Meet

The National Jewish Law
Students Network (NJLSN)
will hold its annual con-
ference March 3-5. The con-
ference, entitled "Modern
Jews-Modern Concerns," will
be held at Northwestern
University in Chicago. Topics
for discussion include:
Black/Jewish Relations;
Jewish Activism in the Legal
Arena; Strengthening Ad-
vocacy for Soviet Jewry; The
Impact of the New Ad-
ministrations in the U.S. and
Israel, and many others.
Students are invited to join in
a variety of social events in-
cluding a Chicago style "Bar
Review."
The NJLSN executive
board will also be elected.
For information, contact
Sheri Katzman, 644-7466.

Machon Talk
Monday At WSU

Machon L'Torah, The
Jewish Learning Network of
Michigan, will present a
special program entitled,
"Eat, Drink and Be Marry"
on Monday at noon at the
Wayne State University
Religious Center, 667 Student
Center Building.
Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz,
director of Machon L'Torah,
- will giye a lecture on "Inter-
marriage?'
There is no charge, and
refreshments will be served.
For information, call the
Machon office, 967-0888.

I FOR MEN

Temple Men
Hear Abraham

El
Beth
Temple
Brotherhood will host a full
breakfast and lecture on Feb.
26 in the temple's
Handleman Hall. Molly
Abraham, food editor for the
Detroit Free Press will speak.
The breakfast will begin at
9:30 a.m., the lecture at
10 a.m. There is a charge.
Call the temple office,
851-1100, for details.

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