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April 07, 1989 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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This Passover holiday will
take on special meaning for
many in Detroit.
For recent emigres from the
Soviet Union, this may be the
first time they join fellow
Jews in observance of the
Festival of Freedom.
At the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Jewish Community
Center in Oak Park, a third
seder will be conducted in
Russian on April 23. Approx-
imately 200 Soviet Jews are
expected to attend, with at
least half being recent
emigres. Dr. Luba Bertoil is
the coordinator.
Rabbi Victor Rashkovsky of
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, who
will conduct the Russian
seder, came to the United
States as a Soviet immigrant
15 years ago and studied for
the rabbinate after his
arrival.
Jewish Welfare Federation
agencies that benefit from the
Allied Jewish Campaign are
working to make certain that
everyone will be able to share
in the holiday.
In preparation, a massive
housecleaning is underway at
the Jewish Home for Aged's
three facilities. There will be
two traditional seders with
large-type Haggadot for
residents of Borman Hall,
Prentis Manor and
Fleischman Residence.
Rabbi Bruce Aft, director of
the Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies, will lead a
model seder at Borman Hall
April 19 for residents who are
not able to participate in the
traditional seders. Two
members of each resident's
family will be invited.
At Fleischman, residents
and their famiies are. invited
to seders on both nights, to be
conducted by Avi Shapiro,
new director of religious ac-
tivities. Guest rooms are
available for families wishing
to stay throughout the holi-
day and have their meals at
the building.
Jewish Family Service and
Resettlement Service are

compiling the names of
several hundred clients to
receive assistance from Mo'os
Chitim (Passover fund for the
needy), which supplies mat-
zot, wine and financial aid.
This holiday food distribution
will take place at Congrega-
tion Beth Tefilo Emanuel
Tikvah next week.
In addition, JFS has a grant
from the Federal Emergency
Management Agency to supp-
ly hundreds of clients with
food certificates for the
Passover holiday.
Jewish Family Service
counselors are specially train-
ed to be sensitive to those liv-
ing on their own who may ex-
perience depression during
the holidays.
The kitchens that service
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments' three buildings also
are being prepared. At Pren-
tis Towers in Oak Park,
residents and their families
will participate in a seder on
the first night of Passover.
Senior adults living in the
area who would like to attend
the seder should contact the
office at Prentis Towers.
Throughout the holiday, they
are also welcome to purchase
meals in the dining room.
Residents of Hechtman
Apartments in West Bloom-
field will attend seders on
both nights. On April 16, the
fifth graders at Thmple Beth
El's religious school will at-
tend a model seder at
Hechtman.
The Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center's fourth
annual Matzah Factory pro-
gram will be underway
through April 11. In coopera-
tion with Bais Chabad
Lubavitch Centers of West
Bloomfield and Farmington
Hills, the JCC family pro-
grams department is offering
hands-on experience in
authentic matzah baking.
Hundreds of United
Hebrew Schools students will
prepare for Passover with
their parents as they lead and
participate in model seders,

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