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August 04, 1989 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-04

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Serving the community for 32 years.

Theresa Fulgenzi

recently moved to Florida
after 35 years with the
JCCenter.
For instance, after-school
programming for 3- to
14-year-olds will be expanded,
while yoga classes will con-
tinue and Super Senior
Fitness will undergo a name-
change, according to
Fulgenzi.
The latter will be renamed
"Fitness for All" because
"some people think 'Super'
means you have to be in real-
ly good shape and 'Senior'
means you've got to be a
senior citizen. But anybody,
regardless of conditioning or
age, can and already doespar-
ticipate," she says.
Children's after-school pro-
grams will include mini-
sports, gymnastics, boys
basketball, boys floor hockey
and children's karate.
Among the new programs
are a teenage basketball
league; gym hours for teens
only Mondays through
Thursdays; a men's basket-
ball loop in October; teen
basketball and floor hockey
tournaments in December;
and a Parkinsons/multiple
sclerosis exercise class.

Classes again being offered
are stretching and toning;
teen aerobics; low-impact
aerobics and drop-in
volleyball.
"The JPM facility has great
potential," says Fulgenzi.
"Our goal is quality program-
ming. We hope to build on
what Ada has done."

Israel Baseball
Is Rally Topic

Randy Kahn, co-founder of
Little League baseball in
Israel, will give a progress
report at the Israel Associa-
tion of Baseball-Detroit Com-
mittee meeting, 8 p.m. Aug.
15 at United Hebrew Schools.
Kahn, a Houston native
who- made aliyah four years
ago and founded the baseball
program with his father,
Leonard, will discuss the pro-
gram's status and Israel's
team in the Little League
World Series playoffs in West
Germany.
He also will report on the
Detroit-sponsored Kfar
Shmaryahu Tigers team.
The meeting is open to the
public at no charge. Dona-
tions of new or used baseball
equipment will be accepted.
For information, call David
Dombey, 355-2266.

Comic Carter
Headlines Fete

Comedian Jack Carter will
headline the fifth annual
Michigan Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame induction dinner on
Nov. 6 at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.
Carter, veteran comic, actor,
singer and dancer who also
hosted his own television
show, will be the featured
speaker at the dinner, which
will see the induction into the
Hall of Fame of raquetball ace
Mike Yellin, the late Lou
Handler and the late Jacob
Mazer.
Tickets are available at the
Jewish Community Center
Maple/Drake Building.

Tam Will Host
BB Golf 'Classic

Youth and service programs
of B'nai B'rith will be the
beneficiaries of the organiza-
tion's seventh annual
Michigan Golf Classic, 12:30
p.m. Monday at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club.
For information, call the
Metropolitan Detroit Council,
552-8177.

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