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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-01

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I SYNAGOGUES I

A MULTIPLE CHOICE

Question:

ST

.

Who is a good teacher?
Someone who:
A.
Makes the Jewish holidays fun?
B.
Brings Jewish history to life?
C.
D. Talks to a student who needs help?
E. Sets high goals and helps a child reach the m
?
Helps a student appreciate what it means to be a Jew?
Answer: All
of the above

If you know a teacher who fits these criteria,
he or she could be your candidate for the

Schochet Family

Outstanding Teacher Award*

in Recognition of Excellence in Jewish Education

Any member of the Jewish community may nominate a teacher
at a Jewish school.

• Nominations should be sent to the Schochet Award
Committee, which will notify each candidate.

• Upon notice of nomination, a candidate who wishes to be
considered for the award must submit a proposal.

• The recipient will be awarded up to $3,000 for a project in
any area of Jewish learning and teaching.

The Outstanding Teacher Award will be presented at a public
assembly and announced in The Jewish News.

Deadline for submitting the name of your candidate
is December 29, 1989.

Detailed brochures are available at all Jewish schools and from the
Schochet Award Committee, clo The Jewish Welfare Federation,
163 Madison Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226-2180.

*Sponsored by the Frank and Freda Schochet Fund of the United Jewish
Charities, in partnership with the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1989

B'nai Moshe
Plans Events

B'nai
Congregation
Moshe's Golden Dreams
Nursery, West Bloomfield and
Oak Park branches, will spon-
sor a family 'Chanukah Hap-
pening" at the synagogue
10:30 a.m. Dec. 10. There is a
fee which covers a latke lunch
and Chanukah workshop.
The workshop will feature
making gelt bags, mobiles,
paper chains, stained glass
decorations and playing
dreidel and Chanukah bingo.
Reservations must be in the
synagogue office by Dec. 8.
"An Early Chanukah Pre-
sent" is the theme of the next
Torah for Tots session to be
conducted by Rabbi Allan
Meyerowitz at the West
Bloomfield Jewish Communi-
ty Center at 10 a.m. Dec. 3.
The program will feature
songs, games and stories
related to Chanukah. There
is no charge. Adults must be
accompanied by a child and
non-members are welcome.
The B'nai Moshe Torah Cub
will meet 7 p.m. Dec. 3 at the
synagogue. Rabbi Meyerowitz
will discuss "Living Without
Hope," related to Isaiah's pro-
phecy, Chapter 40.
Refreshments will be served.
For reservations to all
events, call the synagogue,
548-9000.

Jewish Identity
Topic Of Program

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will offer the third in a series
of programs for b'nai mitzvah
candidates and their families
Dec. 9. The group will gather
after Shabbat morning ser-
vices for a luncheon and pro-
gram on "Why Be Different?
Keeping Our Jewish Identity
in the Face of the December
Dilemma." The program will
feature storyteller Marilyn
Droz.
The event is co-sponsored by
Jewish Experiences For
Families. There is a charge.

Beth Shalom Sets
Concert, Bazaar

Cafe Shalom, sponsored by
the Beth Shalom Cultural
Commission, will present an
evening of cabaret 8 p.m. Dec.
9 featuring sporano Frances
Brockington.
The program, which will be
held at the synagogue, will in-
clude refreshments.
Tickets may be purchased
in advance by calling the
synagogue office, 547-7970.
Tickets also may be purchas-
ed the night of the cabaret.
Beth Shalom will sponsor a

Chanukah bazaar 10 a.m.
Dec. 3. The community is
invited.
A latke lunch will be
available at a cost. Entertain-
ment, a Jewish Experiences
For Families pre-school arts-
and-crafts program at 10
a.m., a children's gift bazaar,
a raffle and prizes will be
featured.

Y.I. Holds Drive
To Help Homeless

Young Israel of West Bloom-
field is holding a drive for
COTS Coalition on Tem-
porary Shelter, a non-profit
organization that provides
shelter to the homeless.
Young Israel is collecting
linens, sports equipment and
children's articles for COTS.
For information, call Lea
Luger, 661-4182.

Rabbi Wine
Sets Talks

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent the first of three talks on
the theme "Jews of Russia:
Then and Now" 8:30 p.m. Dec.
4. He will discuss "Before the
Revolution: Jews in the Time
of the Czars." There is a
charge.
Rabbi Wine will describe
the philosophy and programs
of the temple and of
Humanistic Judaism 8:30
p.m. Dec. 6 at the temple.
For reservations, call the
temple, 477-1410.

Brotherhood Has
Shopping Spree

The
Temple
Israel
Brotherhood will sponsor an
all-day shopping spree at
Dunhams, a sporting goods
store, on Northwestern and
Orchard Lake Road Dec. 3.
Dunhams will donate to the
temple a percentage of the
amount for any merchandise
or gift certificates purchased
that day.
For information, call Mike
Swarin, 661-1535; or Jeff in-
gber, 851-5996.

I NEWS I

Anne Pollard
Is Released

New York (JTA) — Anne
Pollard's troubled stay in
federal prison has ended.
Pollard was released to a
Manhattan halfway house
Nov. 20, after serving two
years and eight months of
her five- year sentence in
federal prison. She was con-
victed for crimes related to
the activities of her hus-

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