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January 12, 1990 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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I YOUTH

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Interic! Concepts II

A COMPLETE DESIGN STUDIO

by 6th grade campers this
past summer relating some
early American Jewish
history. A 1989 summer video
about camp may also be view-
ed, and staff will be available
to answer questions about
camp.
There is no charge, but a
donation to aid the homeless
is suggested.
For information, call the
Tamarack camps, 661-0600.

Beth Shalom Youth
Plan Programs

Beth Shalom Yachad youth
group (grades 3-5) will hold a
prize party and video 11:45
a.m. on Jan. 14 in the
synagogue youth lounge.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations, call Joyce Lang,
851-6168.
Yachad will hold its annual
Camp Tamarack Breakaway
weekend for children Jan.
26-28 at the Ortonville camp-
site. The program will consist
of cultural and social ac-
tivities including outdoor
tobogganing, hayride and
cook-out, along with indoor
games, storytelling and a
talent show.
The theme for the weekend
will be Soviet Jewry. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Lang,
851-6168; or the synagogue,
547-7970.

Youth Groups
Set Meeting

Tzivoth Hashem youth
groups of the Bais Chabads of
Farmington Hills and West
Bloomfield will meeet 2 p.m.
Jan. 14 at the Bais Chabad,
Farmington Hills.
For information, call Rocel
Wineberg, 541-5615.

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Special Occasion
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Linda Solomon
Teaches Class

Celebrity photographer
Linda Solomon will teach a
class on how to take candid
portraits. The class will be
held on four Thursdays,
beginning Jan. 25, at
Seaholm High School. There
is a fee.
For information, call Birm-
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■ WEARABLE ART

I LOCAL NEWS)

The Gamma Kappa Chi
Alumni Fraternity of Wayne
State University has schedul-
ed a series of luncheon
meetings during the month of
January 12:30 p.m. each
Thursday at Southfield
Charley's restaurant.
For information, call Art
Miniker, 557-7105; or Max
Fertel, 967-3472.

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• Employer Sanctions
• Live-in Domestics
• Temporary/Permanent • Relative Petitions
Work Visas
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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