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March 03, 1989 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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!TORAH PORTION

a Camp Weekend
for Ninth graders

Co-sponsored by:
United Hebrew Schools
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Michigan State Temple Youth

• a structured weekend of social,
recreational, educational and religious programming
at Camp Maas in Ortonville • Bus service provided.

Message

Continued from preceding page

construction of our first house
of worship and its continued
maintenance.
Perhaps most important,
the meshing of Vayakheil and
Shekalim is so potently in-
dicative of the Jewish heart
and soul, which throughout
the ages have continued an
endless chain of support for
synagogues, temples and
academies of higher Jewish
learning; upheld the poor and
needy in our midst; and con-
tinuously upgraded Jewish

institutions throughout the
world.
Shabbat Shekalim also
beckons us, our friends and
neighbors to begin Passover
preparations by giving
unhesitatingly to the Ma'ot
Chitim funds in our respec-
tive synagogues, which
enable those less fortunate to
purchase the necessary provi-
sions for Pesach.
Please be cognizent of the
uplifting message of Shabbat
Shekalim and Vayakheil.

I SYNAGOGUES

Cost per student $36 • The weekend will be subsidized by
the Robert Ian Kornwise Fund of Adat Shalom Synagogue,
which was established last year by Maureen and Sanford
Kornwise in memory of their son, Robert.

A Committee of teens representing the entire Jewish
community has been involved in the planning of this
creative weekend.

Sperber To Lead
RINAT Choir

Stanley Sperber will con-
duct RINAT, Israel's National
Choir, during a concert
7:30 p.m. Thursday at Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek.
Sperber was appointed
RINAT's music director and
conductor in 1976. Born in
New York City in 1942, he

For information and applications:
Call Rabbi Bruce Aft at United Hebrew Schools
354-1050

Tables • Desks
Wall Units
Bedrooms
Dining Rooms

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High School Siudenis
Andi Eaiseles, Asst. National
Director of HASHACHAR
YOUNG JUDAEA will be In

Detroit for an informational
meeting *out
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MONDAY, MARCH 6th, 1989
HADASSAH HOUSE
7:30 pm

5030 ORCHARD LAKE
WEST 13LOOMFIELD

ALL ARE WELCOME

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FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1989

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The concert is free. It is be-
ing hosted by the Shaarey
Zedek Men's Club in coopera-
tion with the Cultural Com-
mission. Michael Balkin is
concert chairman.

New Torah
To Be Dedicated

Congregation Shir Tikvah
will dedicate its new Ibrah
during services at 7:30 p.m.
today.
The congregation acquired
the new Torah with a dona-
tion from the Harry N. Platt
Memorial Fund, set up by
Phyllis Wenig in memory of
her father.
The new Torah will become
the congregation's primary
Torah. The first Torah was
saved during the Holocaust.
The public is invited.

Temple Honors
School Staff

10 Years Experience & Expertise in the Design
of Affordable Laminate, Lucite & Wood
Furniture

Muriel VVetsman

I

Stanely Sperber

holds master's degrees in
musicology from Columbia
University and conducting
from the Juilliard School of
Music.
In addition to his work with
RINAT, Sperber has appeared
with the Israel Chamber or-
chestra, the Israel Sinfoniet-
ta of Beersheva and the
Jerusalem Symphony Or-
chestra. He has conducted the
London Philharmonic Or-
chestra, the London Sym-
phony Orchestra, and a
2,500-voice choir in Handel's
"Messiah." Last year, he con-
ducted the Grand Park con-
cert series in Chicago.
RINAT's tour is part of "In-
dependence and Inter-
dependence: Israel-North
America Cultural Exchange,"
a year-long "Israel at 40"
series of programs designed to
promote intercultural under-
standing through the arts.

Temple Emanu-El will
honor its religious school and
nursery faculties 7:30 p.m. to-
day at the Shabbat Family
Service.
Before the service, the
faculties and their families
will celebrate the "Year of the
Jewish Education" at a din-
ner in their honor.

Shir Tikvah
Benefit Auction

Congregation Shir Tikvah
will hold its first annual
benefit auction 8 p.m. Satur-
day at Northminster Pres-
byterian Church. The event
will feature a silent auction of
goods and services donated by
local merchants and a live
auction of items donated by
congregation members. Re-
freshments will be served.
Proceeds will be used to
support congregation ac-
tivities and local non-
denominational charities in-
cluding HAVEN, a shelter for
victims of domestic violence
and sexual abuse, and Opera-

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