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June 16, 1989 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-16

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I ENGAGEMENTS

I

Presenting the birth of our
long auvited Medicare
certification at Windemere. As
a result of the new Medicare
Catastrophic Coverage Act,
Medicare-eligible patients have
a broadened opportunity for -
skilled nursing care coverage
in our facility. Our Medicare
experts provide free
consultation by telephone or
personal appointment. Let its
provide you with information
which can save thousands of
dollars of health care costs for
_yourself or someone you love.

For )Wore information contact:
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Executive Director

Ask for ourfive Medicare
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6.950 Farmington Rd.
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48322
661-1700

Deborah Cohen and Stephen Gordon

Cohen-Gordon
She is employed at the Hyatt
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cohen of
Regency Hotel Chicago as
West Bloomfield announce
sales manager.
the engagement of their
daughter, Deborah Faye
Cohen, to Stephen Marc Gor-
Stephen earned a B.A. in
don, son of Mr. and Mrs.
accounting and an M.B.A.
Frederick Gordon of
from Michigan State Univer-
sity and a J.D. at the Univer-
Southfield.
Deborah earned a B.S.
sity of Michigan. He is
degree in hotel and
employed at the Rudnick and
restaurant management at
Wolfe law firm in Chicago. An
Michigan State University.
August wedding is planned.

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SOCIETY'

Help us keep winning.

The cultural arts depart-
ment of the Jewish Corn-
munity Center will offer a
variety of educational classes
this summer at the Maple/
Drake Building for children
and adults.
"On Camera," an eight-
week course to teach children
speech, drama and camera
presence, is divided into two
age divisions, 6-9 and 10-13.
Contemporary dancing will
be offered for young people,
while ballroom dancing is for
beginner and intermediate
level adults.
An Instruction in Theater
class will be given by Evelyn
Orbach.
Tap, ballet, jazz, bridge, art,
music, calligraphy, art and
gallery tours are among the
other offerings. There are two
four-week summer sessions
starting the week of June. 25.
All classes are open to the
public. For information call
the Center, 661-1000, ext.
335.
The Center also is offering
music lessons in traditional
piano, violin, flute and
recorder. Suzuki lessons in

violin and piano also are of-
fered. There are openings for
preschoolers. Lesson are
available at both the Maple/
Drake Building and the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Building.
For information on Suzuki
lessons and traditional
lessons, call Annette Chajes,
661-1000, ext. 352.
The Improved Reading
Centers of Michigan, Inc., will
bring its advanced reading
and study skills program to
the Center's Maple/Drake
Building. This program is
designed for student above
the 10th grade who want to
improve their reading and
study skills.
This class will meet for 12
hours over two weeks starting
June 26.
A contemporary dancing
class will be held on Wednes-
day evenings, starting June
28 at the Maple/Drake
Building for 12-14 year olds.
Denise Weling conducts a
Friday morning adult tap
dancing class at the
Maple/Drake Building. For
information about Center
classes, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 335.

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