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November 10, 1989 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-10

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Adat Shalom
Plans Events

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Forget the nursing home expense and
environment. This assisted residential
care community is none of that. It's
friendly, homey, pleasant and
attractive. It lets you live your
life as independently as you
like, yet provides all the
personal assistance
you need in
daily living.

Accept Our
Invitation
to visit us for

HAVE WE GOT
A PLACE FOR YOU!

24-Hour Professional Staffing makes

sure you always get your medication.
Your room is comfortable. Your meals are
appetizing and there is no extra charge
for special diets. Your laundry and
housekeeping are done for
you. You go on shopping
trips and excursions.
There are a lot of
social activities. And
recreational facilities
are great. You're
going to love it!

a cup of coffee
and a tour.

Adat Shalom Synagogue is
a new site for Sinai Hospital's
Lamaze instruction, which
together with a series on
Jewish parenting will corn-
prise the synagogue's 1989-90
Lamazel Tov program.
Lamazel 'Thy is co-sponsored
by Jewish Experiences for
Families.
Seven-week session Lamaze
instruction will be held begin-
ing 7 p.m. Jan. 2, Feb. 14,
March 29, June 6 and July
19. There is a charge.
Jewish parenting will be
the theme of a three-week
series 7:30 pm. March 1, 8
and 15. Ibpics to be discuss-
ed include Hebrew names,
Jewish birth rituals and
Jewish home life. Participants
in the Jewish parenting ses-
sions are Rabbis Efry Spectre
and Elliot Pachter of Adat
Shalom, a pediatrician and a
specialist in family therapy
and parenting. There is no
charge.
For information on the
Lamaze instruction, call
Louise Bartos at Sinai
Hospital, 493-6022.
Call
Adat
Shalom,
851-5100, for information on
the Jewish parenting
program.
Adat Shalom chavurot will
hold a family chavurah Shab-
bat service and dinner Nov.
17. The evening will begin
with a Kabbalat Shabbat ser-
vice at 6:15 p.m., followed by
a traditional Shabbat dinner.
Chairmen of the event are
Marilyn Droz, Sharon
Lebovic and Ellen Yashinsky.
There is a charge. Reserva-
tions should be placed by
Monday.

. The Farmington Hills Inn

30350 W. Twelve Mile Rd., Farmington Hills, MI 48018 (313) 851-9640

50 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1989

Cabaret Evening

Planned Nov. 19

The patrons of Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses
cultural commission will
sponsor a cabaret evening
7:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at the
synagogue. Ron Coden and
Barbara Bredius will be the
guest artists. Coden's pro-
gram includes comedy,
ballads, Broadway show
tunes, folk, standard and
country music. Bredius is
starring in a new revue, "Bar-
baraSong IL" Barry Levine is
chairman of the evening.
There is a charge. For
tickets or information, call
the synagogue office,
851-6880.

Shir Tikvah
Hosts Concert

Congregation Shir Tikvah
will present Cantor Harold
Orbach in a song recital 8:30
p.m. Saturday at Nor-
thminster Presbyterian

Temple navels
Back Through Time

Temple
Emanu-El's
Sisterhood will host a trip
back through time 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the temple. The
Anti-Defamation League's
"Jewish Life in Michigan"
and 50 historic front pages
from the Detroit News will be
on display. Ann Kaplan will
speak on "The Bintel Brief,"
the "Dear Abby" of 1906.
For information, call Alice
Blumberg, 967-4117.

Synagogue Plans
Service, Lunch

Transportation to Jewish
Community Center Activities
provided by Farmington Hills
Inn for scheduled functions.

will chant the liturgy.
Everyone is invited.
The sisterhood of Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses will
hold its paid-up membership
luncheon noon Wednesday at
the synagogue. Frita Roth
Drapkin, author of Mama Is
a Citizen and Tanta Is Not a
Madam, will be the guest
speaker. There is a charge
and guests are welcome. For
reservations or information,
call the synagogue office,
851-6880. Frieda Davidorf is
chairman of the lunch.

Congregation
Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses' an-
nual Kristallnacht Memorial
Service will be held 12:30
p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue. Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper will officiate and
Cantor Ben-Zion Lanxner

Cantor Harold Orbach

Church, 3633 West Big
Beaver Road in Troy.
Cantor of Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield, Cantor Or-
bach has performed for
Detroit's 175th birthday par-
ty, with Dave Brubeck and
Ella Fitzgerald in the USA
Bicentennial Concert in
Philadelphia and as the
leading tenor of the American
Savoyards, which presnts
Gilbert and Sullivan
operettas.
There is a charge.

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