The Club Blumberg Adult Day Program a
Fleischman Residence is Special
Is Topic Of Talk
Club Blumberg, an adult day
program at the Jewish Home
for Aged's Fleischman
Residence, is helping to
maintain the Jewish tradition
of caring for our elders.
The pros and cons of inter-
marriage will be discussed at
the next meeting of the
Business and Professional
Branch of the National Coun-
Housed in the hotel-like atmosphere of West
Bloomfield's modern Fleischman Residence/
Blumberg Plaza, the Club Blumberg adult day program
offers its ambulatory and alert elderly participants an
opportunity to take part in all of the daily activities available to
those who live at Fleischman Residence.
Join Club Blumberg and take advantage of:
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz
cil of Jewish Women —
Greater Detroit Section
(NCJW). Rabbi Dannel I.
Schwartz of Temple Shir
Shalom will be the speaker.
The meeting will be held 6
p.m. Tuesday at the NCJW of-
fice in Southfield.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations or further informa-
tion, call the NCJW office,
258-6000. Reservations must
be made today.
Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza features a traditional Jewish environment, beautiful surround-
ings, privacy, activities, services, and the support of the community for a state-of-the-art non-profit
Jewish home for aged and adult day program.
The Michigan Humane
Society (MHS) has several
events planned in recognition
of national Be Kind to
Animals Week, May 7-13.
The week will be kicked off
1:30 p.m. May 7 with the 6th
Annual Rosey Mutt Derby at
the State Fair Coliseum.
There is a charge.
"The Animals Film," a
documentary about animal
protection issues, will be
shown 7 p.m. May 12 at the
Hyatt Regency in Dearborn.
This film is not recommend-
ed for children under 13.
On May 13, the MHS will
hold its annual meeting at
the Hyatt Regency in Dear-
born. The featured speaker is
Michael O'Sullivan, Cana-
dian coordinator for the World
Society for the Protection of
Animals (WSPA), who will ad-
dress the issue of furs.
At 11 a.m. May 14, the
MHS North Shelter will host
an open house.
The MHS will have a
display at Northland Mall
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED
CLUB BLUMBERG HOURS OF OPERATION:
Monday - Friday 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
(Dinner arrangements can be made)
For further information, fee schedules and applications, contact Cathy
Mendelsohn, Program Director, Jewish Home for Aged-Fleischman
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■ Therapeutic recreation activities including
musical presentations, adult education lectures,
fitness programs, movies, and social events
■ A lush outdoor garden for strolling or brisk walks
■ Access to the gift shop and Nosh Nook for
snacks or light meals
■ Appointments at the barber/beauty shop located
in the Blumberg Plaza
■ Daily minyans led by the staff Rabbi in the
Fleischman Residence sanctuary
located in the Blumberg Plaza
■ Religious programming
■ Meals freshly prepared and cooked in a super-
vised kosher kitchen and then served in one of
Michigan's most beautiful garden view dining
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contemporary bedrbOnis inf wood,
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Mon. & Thurs. 10-9
Tues., W6d., Fri., Sat. 10-6
Edward I. & Freda Fleischman Residence
Louis C. & Edith B. Blumberg Plaza
6710 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48322
Try Club Blumberg. It's a Jewish experience.
Don't walk in pain! We take care
of painful corns, bunions, callouses,
diabetic foot, arthritis and hammer
toes. House calls, transportation
available at no extra charge.
FREE GIFT on
DR. CRAIG BROD, DR. STEVEN SCHREIER
5755 W. Maple, Suite 111
We accept most insurance as full payment. No out of pocket
expense to you. Call for an appointment.
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