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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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I EDUCATION I

Hebrew Literacy
Class Graduates

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold a graduation service
and program at 7:30 p.m. to-
day for 29 congregants who
participated in Hebrew
literacy classes at the
synagogue this year.
The classes have been spon-
sored by the Adat Shalom
Men's Club to teach Hebrew
reading and the structure of
the Shabbat service.
Hebrew instructors, all
synagogue members who
donated their services, were:
Rachel and Harry Maisel,
Linda O'Desky, Willard
Posen, Murray Sittsamer and
Sylvia Starkman.
This year's Hebrew literacy
graduates are: Beginner
Class: Diane Adams, Lois
Anstandig, Karen Berris,
Allan Jirik, Henry Leeds, An-
nette Neuvirth, Marilyn
Rudick, Betty Shaffer, Gerrie
Sollish, Laura Stern, Barbara
Traison, Linda Wachsberg,
Fran White, Libbie Zalenko
and Michael Zuckman.
Intermediate class: Jack
Anstandig, Judy Goldstein,
David Jensen, Susan
Liebowitz, Gertrude Lubet-
sky, Donald Rudick, Albert
Shaffer, Michelle Soltz, Robin
Terebelo, Dorren Turbow,
Sanford Turbow, Steven
Wachsberg, Ronald White and
Michael Zazoulinsky.

Shir Shalom
Lists Graduates

Temple Shir Shalom's
Religious School, known as
the Shir Shalom Experience,
will hold its first confirmation
at a Havdalah service on
Saturday. The service, writ-
ten by the confirmands, will
begin at 7 p.m.
Confirmands are: Kerry
Abrams, Marci Bloch, Staci
Bloch, Judy Erlich, Gayle
Freidman, Lisa Glass, Kate
Harris, Scott Marcus, Josh
Munter, Seth Pollack, Steve
Rochen, Renee Rosen,
Jeanette Rubinstein, Jami
Sanders and Larry Shy.

Beth Shalom
Cites Students

Rabbi David A. Nelson will
honor students from Beth
Shalom Religious School for
the month of May at June 17
Shabbat services.
The boys and girls were
selected and recognized by
their teachers for citizenship,
effort and academic
achievement.
They are: Jeremy Minkin,
Elizabeth Leemon, Amandi
Kirsch, Jordan Urnovitz,

Lauren Weitzman, Ben
Simonton, Laura Rose,
Rachel Wolock, Ryan
Machowski, Lesli A. Cohen,
Jorl Kirsch, Joshua Kannon,
Matthew Cohn, Emily Cohn,
Seth Glazer, Aaron Horowitz,
Julie Altus, Michael Stern-
berg, Derek Sanders, Neil
Pioch, Debra Racusin and
Jana Wolock.
Also Jesse Foster, Brian
Ruttenberg, Benjamin Gitler,
Darin Glasser, Jason Stoffer,
Hilary Buxton, Amy Israel,
David Burnstein, Allison
Rabinowitz, Michelle Aver-
buch and Robert Wine.

Temple Students
Are Honored

The Birmingham Temple
honored several students as
Class Humanists, the highest
award presented to temple
students.
They are: first grade, Jamie
Luria and Jessica Block; se-
cond grade, Jonathan Slade;
third grade, Rachel Luria;
fourth grade, Nora Goudsmit;
fifth grade, Amy Aisen; sixth
grade, Stephanie Fried and
Jennifer Kahn; and seventh
grade, Marc Aisen.

Hillel Has
Commencement

Hillel Day School will
celebrate its 22nd commence-
ment exercise following
Shachrit services at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday, folowed by the com-
mencement exercise at 10
a.m.
An original script written
by a committee of students
and teachers will be pre-
sented. A reception will
follow.

Hebrew Primer
Is Published

A.R.E. Publishing has just
released its newest project,
Z'man Likro: Time To Read
Hebrew.
Z'man Likro, a Hebrew
primer especially designed for
the supplementary school,
teaches Hebrew decoding
while reinforcing Jewish con-
cepts. It is published in a two-
volume workbook, and is ac-
companied by comprehensive
support materials, including
a step-by-step teacher guide
and the first ever profes-
sionally produced training
videotape to accompany a
Jewish textbook.
The Z'man Likro program
is backed by six years of
research by Dr. Orna Lench-
ner, a specialist in Hebrew
reading.
For details, call A.R.E.
Publishing, (800) 346-7779.

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