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March 17, 1989 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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A Foy

An enjoyable recreational camping
program designed specifically for
children 6-12 with mild to moderate behavior problems.
The campers share to some degree one or more of the
following characteristics: lack of self confidence, fear of
new situations, difficulty following adult expectations,
difficulty getting along with peers, difficulty functioning
within a group.

Activities are geared to a camper's ability to be successful. There
are nature activities, drama and dance activities, projects with
wood, clay, paints, and natural materials. There's a learning center
that encourages the use of language, reading, math, and problem
solving skills through the use of films, cooking, manipulative objects,
games, and a camper newspaper. Plus there's swimming, boating,
canoeing, sailing, fishing, horseback riding, pioneer skills, and
ROPES course activities.
Silverman Village is located at Camp Maas in Northern Oakland
County near Ortonville, Michigan, and is sponsored by Tamarack

The staff ratio is 2 to 1 and provides individual attention to each
child. Through small group living experiences and a wide variety of
individual and small group activities, campers are helped to
more positive in their interactions with others

more responsive to realistic limits and expectations

more responsible for their behavior

more confident of their ability to be successful

Parents, teachers, psychologists or other professionals can refer a -
child to this program. There are two 25 day sessions in the summer.
For brochure and referral materials please call: 661-CAMP.
Scholarships are avilable.

The Jewish Community Center presents the Art and Artist

Itzik Ben Shalom

Outstanding Israeli Sculptor

Now thru March 19

Meet and Greet
The Artist
Direct from Israel


Concert Sunday
At Temple

Through the generosity of
the Music Study Club, the
senior adults at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Building of
the Jewish Community
Center will attend a concert
at the Birmingham Temple
Sunday at 3 p.m. Helen
Rowin, soprano, accompanied
by Bernie Katz, will perform.
On Sunday, Archie Leslie
will show the movie, San
Francisco in the JPM
assembly hall at 2 p.m.
Frances Weinberg will
review This Is Your Life by
Meg Wolitzer on Tuesday at
11 a.m. in room 4 of the JPM.
lb celebrate Purim, the
seniors will assist the nursery
school children in the
preparation of hamantashen,
along with the making of
other Purim crafts in rooms 5
and 6 of the JPM at 10 a.m.
on Tuesday.
At 12:30 p.m.on Tuesday,
the Senior Adult Choir will
lead the gathering in the
singing of Purim melodies in
the lobby.
Dr. Larry Silverman of
Sinai Hospital's department
of rheumatology will speak
on "Coping With Arthritis?'
on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the
JPM assembly hall.
Following the lecture, the
first part of the movie, 42nd
Avenue, will be shown.
Cantor Louis Klein, accom-
panied by Lillian Zellman,
will entertain the Yiddish
Culture Club on Thursday at
12:30 p.m.

Yiddish Theater
Film Is Shown


also will present

oils, pastels, watercolors and prints by:

Abraham, Agam, Chagall, Elkayon, Goldman,
Katz, Monzon, Rubin, Westhuizen

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield, Michigan


FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1989

Seniors Get
Repair Service

Oak Park senior resident
homeowners can receive help
from the outreach office.
There is a charge for
materials. Handymen will be
available for minor repairs.
Oak Park seniors who
would like to have their
homes painted, either the ex-


Service Set

Door-to-door transportation
to the Oak Park Jewish Com-
munity Center is available to
senior adults. This service is
provided by the Jewish Corn-
munity Center, the Jewish In-
formation Service, the Jewish
Welfare Federation and
Jerome Glassman.
Pick-up is scheduled for the
following areas: Monday,
Southfield, Detroit; Tuesday,
Oak Park; Wednesday, Nor-
thwest Detroit, Oak Park,
Royal Oak, Southfield,
Berkley; Friday, Oak Park,
Royal Oak, Berkley.
Passengers are picked up at
their homes beginning at 9:30
a.m. and returned at 3 p.m.
There is a nominal fee. For
information, call the Jewish


`Golden Age'
Plays Friday

The Golden Age of Second
Avenue, the story of New
York's Yiddish Theater in the
1920s, will be the Friday Mor-
ning Feature today at 10 a.m.
in the assembly hall of the
Jewish Community Center's
Jimmy Prentis Morris
There is no charge. For in-
formation, call Diane Sands,
senior adult department,


The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will show The
Golden Age of Second Avenue,
a chronicle of Yiddish theater
in America, on Monday, at 1
p.m. in room 239 of the
Maple/Drake Bulding.
Popcorn will be served.
There is no charge for Center
members. There is a nominal
charge for non-Center
members. For information,
call Marilyn Wolfe or Judy
Samson, 661-1000.

Arta Gallery Ltd. of Israel

terior or interior, can avail
themselves of this new ser-
vice. There are some financial
guidelines, but no charge to
the client for labor. Paint
must be provided by the
client, and materials wil be
provided, but charged for
through the city.
For information, contact the
Outreach office, 541-0900.

City To Host
Health Fair

Oak Park will hold a senior
health fair, sponsored by
Beaumont Hospital, at 1 p.m.
Wednesday at the Oak Park
Community Center.
The program is open to
senior citizens, 55 years and
older. The following services
will be offered: blood pressure
screening; blood sugar
testing; dental screening;
height/weight/fat fold and
nutrition evaluation; phar-
macist review of medications;
vision/cataract screening; and
cholesterol testing. There is a
charge for the cholesterol
For information, call the
Oak Park Senior Center,


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