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December 15, 1989 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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will have its first Family
Chanukah Party at 5 p.m.
Dec. 18 at the home of Mike
and Diane Gerber. This first
P.T.O. event for the new day
school will be hosted by Diane
Gerber, Rita Morse and Joan
Ross.
Rabbi Norman Roman from
Temple Kol Ami will visit
Yavneh at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 20.
Rabbi Roman will bring his
guitar, sing Chanukah songs
and tell stories to the
kindergarten and first grade
classes.

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The Agency for Jewish
Education invites develop-
mentally disabled adults to a
pre-Chanukah luncheon and
party.
The program will be held
Dec. 17 at the Agency for
Jewish Education building.
For reservations call
354-1050.

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Judaism does not have a
concept of "sin," which means
being either in favor or
disfavor. The word "chet,"
commonly known as "sin,"
really means error. Just like
we know that when we make
a mistake we erase it and
keep on writing, in life too, we
correct the error and we keep
on living.
Hillel Rosenfeld, ad-
ministrator of the Child and
Adolescent Clinic, will ad-
dress this topic at the Aish
Halbrah/Jewish News Lunch
and Learn at noon, Dec. 21, at
The Jewish News office.
For more information call
the Aish Halbrah/Aleynu of-
fice at 948-6900. The class is
open to the public. There is no
charge.

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• invitations For All Occasions •

Beginning Jan. 30 and con-
tinuing each Tuesday for 15
weeks, the Agency for Jewish
Education, in conjunction
with the Jean and Samuel
Frankel Center for Judaic
Studies at the University of
Michigan, will offer a three
college credit course for high
school seniors entitled,
"English 280: Thematic Ap-
proaches to Literature —
American Jewish Literature."
Mashey Bernstein, a
University of Michigan pro-
fessor, will teach the course.

Students will read The
Tenants of Moonbloom, by Ed-
ward Lewis Wallant, and The
Promise, by Chaim Potok.
Although the course is be-
ing offered for University of
Michigan college credit, the
credits are transferrable to
other colleges and
universities.
The course will be held from
3:30 to 6:30 p.m., at the
United Hebrew Schools.
For registration call Rabbi
Bruce Aft, 352-7117.

Yeshiva Gedolah
Sets Study Group

The Yeshiva Gedolah will
sponsor a monthly Lunch and
Learn group study series for
those interested in expanding
their knowledge of Judaism
and life. The first meeting
will be held from noon to 1:30
p.m., Dec. 21, at Uniland Cor-
poration in Farmington Hills.
A sandwich lunch will be
provided at cost.
R.S.V.P. by mail or by call-
ing Rick Rosenhaus at
855-4343 or the Yeshiva
Gedolah office at 968-3361.

Machon L'Torah
To Discuss Talmud

Machon Mbrah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, will hold a discus-
sion on: "Thrah . . . Torah
Mystique: The, infrastructure
of Judaism" at 7:30 p.m. Dec.
19 at the Machon Learning
Center, Oak Park. It will be
followed by a discussion at
8:45 p.m. on the topic: "The
Talmud That Was Burnt But
Never Consumed: A look in-
to the fascinating world of
Talmudic wisdom," to be led
by Rabbi Avraham Jacobo-
vitz, director of Machon
Inbrah.
There is no charge. For
more information, call the
Machon office at 967-0888.

B'NAI MITZVAH im•

Michael Stein

Michael Stein, son of
Francine Stein, twinned his
bar mitzvah at Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
with Maksim Rozenoer, the
son of Natalia and Sergey
Rozenoer of Moscow.
Natalia Rozenoer, a chem-
ist, first applied for an exit
visa in 1978. She was refus-
ed that year because her
father is alleged to have held
a security classification at
work. Natalia Rozenoer's
parents divorced many years
ago and she lives with her
mother.

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