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December 15, 1989 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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WEDDINGS

The later years are a time to come alive in every sense. A time to
try new things and to continue growing, learning and experiencing
all that life has to offer.
The community is cordially invited to attend a unique educa-
tional experience offering challenging courses and an oppor-
tunity to learn and explore.

Senior University

Wednesday, January 17, 1990
Thursday, January 18, 1990

10 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

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Southfield, Michigan

Course Topics

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• Moving Tips • Vision Screening • Citizens Against Crime • How to Talk
to Your Doctor • Timeless Creations • What's In Your Future • Investments
For the Future • Pharmacy Overview • Wine Tasting • Cholesterol Screening
• Housing & Healthcare • Southfield—The Center of It All • Dance Lessons
Registration Fee:
1 Day $10
(Includes Lunch)
2 Days $15
Join us for 2 days of exciting courses and challenges! Come grow with us!
For Further Information Contact:

Steve Helsel or Linda Janower
350-1777

Call or Mail in coupon before January 8th and receive $1 off registration.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1989

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Morros-Woolf

Penny Ann Morros and Joel
Harris Woolf were recently
married at Temple Beth Am
in Los Angeles. Rabbi Joel
Rembaum and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Rosalind and Jack Morros of
Southfield. The bridegroom is
the son of Louis Woolf of
Fountain Valley, Calif., and
the late Idelle Woolf.
Barbara Schiff of Encino,
Calif., was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Stacey
Shmarak of Sacramento,
Sharon Greenwald, sister of
the bridegroom, of Lake
Forest, Calif., Diane Shelby of
San Diego, and Judy Wegener
of Southfield.
Attending the bridegroom

were Paul DeYoung of San
Diego, Mark Morros, brother
of the bride, of Los Angeles,
Craig Sanders of Simi Valley,
Calif., Steve Schlesinger of
Garden Grove,Calif., and
Michael Woolf, brother of the
bridegroom, of Arcadia, Calif.
Also participating in the
ceremony were the bride's
aunts, Shirley Baker of
Southfield, and Sandra
Shmarak of Woodland, Calif.;
Ethel Reisman, grandmother
of the bride, of Southfield, was
escorted down the aisle by
Mark Morros.

Following a cruise to the
Mexican Riviera, the couple
is residing in Mission Viejo,
Calif.

I FOR WOMEN I

Na'amat Chapters
Host Events

The Metropolitan Chapter
of Na'amat/USA will hold its
Chanukah meeting noon,
Dec. 18, in the Na'amat
meeting room, Crowne Pointe
Building.
For transportation or infor-
mation, call Belle Schwartz,
967-3891. Light lunch will be
served. There is no charge.
Rabbi Sherman Kirshner of
Congregation B'nai Israel
will speak about Chanukah
at the Hanita-Israel Chapter
of Na'amat/USA luncheon at
noon, Dec. 19, in the Sutton
Place clubhouse. There will
be refreshments. There is a
charge.
For information, call Lillian
Pevsner, 557-2541.
Yefet Ozery, shaliach to the
Jewish Community Center,

will speak on Israel Update
and Chanukah for the
Greater Detroit Council of
Na'amat/USA at 1 p.m., Dec.
21, in the Na'amat meeting
room. Refreshments will be
served.
For information, call the
Na'amat office, 967-4750.

Bloch Chapter
Hosts Speaker

Ivan S. Bloch Chapter will
hold a luncheon meetiing
11:30 a.m., Dec. 17, at the
Southfield Civic Center.
The guest will be Gail F.
Posner, a registered dietician,
who will speak on nutrition
and weight loss. There is a
charge.
For information and reser-
vations, call Elaine Zeron,
543-1622.

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