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August 25, 1989 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-25

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""1 SYNAGOGUES I

Raitzin Will Lead
Holiday Services

Cantor Misha Raitzin will
join Cantor Larry Vieder as
they chant the liturgy for the
High Holy Day Services this
fall at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Raitzin, the only Israeli
citizen on the roster of the
Metropolitan Opera, left the
Soviet Union in pursuit of ar-

ill

ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

invites you to our

WELCOME WEEKEND

FOR MEMBERS & PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS

Beginning with

And then

I

The Grand Finale

• KABBALAT SHABBAT "Under the Stars"
8 P.M. Friday, August 25
• NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE
• 3-5 P.M. Sunday, August 27

• OUR FOURTH ANNUAL FABULOUS
FAMILY. PICNIC AND CONCERT
ON THE GRASS

5:30 P.M. Sunday, August 27
featuring the bright sounds of

Misha Raitzin

tistic and religious freedom.
He joined the Israeli Philhar-
monic as its principal soloist.
This is the fourth year Rait-
zin will led a High Holy Days
service at Adat Shalom. He
will participate in both Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur
services, Sept: 30 and Oct. 1
and Oct. 8-9.
Tickets for High Holy Day
services may be purchased by
the general community. For
information, call Executive
Director Alan Yost, 851-5100.

Adat Shalom
Chavurah Kickoff

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its 1989-1990
chavurah kickoff 8:45 p.m.
Sept. 9. The evening will in-
clude a Havdalah service and
a presentation by advice col-
umnist Jeffrey Zaslow.
Refreshments will be served.
Reservations are required
by Sept. 6 to the synagogue
office, 851-5100. For further
information about the
chavurah program, call rabbi
Elliott Pachter, chavurah ad-
viser, at the same number.

Temple Israel
Has Open House

Temple Israel will host an
open house for services 8 p.m.
today. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow.
For information, contact
Eva Shapiro, temple _ad-
ministrator 661-5700.

S8 Per Family

S4 Singles and Single Parent Families
Prospective Members Free

For information, call Adat Shalom Synagogue, 851-5100

AT LAST!

B.H.

A NEIGHBORHOOD MINYAN
IN

HUNTINGTON WOODS

Traditional Services
led by
Rabbi Y. Kagan

(Tolosim & Prayer Books will be provided)

Kiddush Following
Services

EVERYONE
WELCOME

Next Service:
Saturday, August 26 -- 10:00 A.M.

BURTON SCHOOL • 26315 SCOTIA

For further information call
David Morrison — 542-1491

A PROJECT OF DAIS CHABAD TORAH .CENTER

CONGREGATION IYNAI MOSHE
NURSERY SCHOOL-GOLDEN DREAMS
IS GROWING!

OAK PARK BRANCH

"Mommy & Me"
"On My Own"
18 months-2 1/2 years .old Tuesday, A.m.
Tuesday, Thursday A.M.
3-4 year Program
Science Enrichment
Monday, Wednesday,
3-4 year olds
Friday All day.
Extended hours
Tuesday A.M.
(enrollment in 3-4 year old
available

.

program not o prerequisite)

WEST BLOOMFIELD BRANCH

2-3 year old Program
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
mornings

This innovative program (as featured in the
JEWISH NEWS) is housed at the Fleischman
Residence/Blumberg Plaza.

GOLDEN DREAMS features small classes, individual
attention, a warm, caring environment and a lov-
ing reverence for the Jewish tradition, High Holy Day
tickets with full tuition enrollment.

For more details, colt our Director, Robin Sock
Meyerowitz, of 548-9000 or 557-5667.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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