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January 19, 1990 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1990

American
Red Cross

Sisterhood Service
At Beth Shalom

The Sisterhood of Cong.
Beth Shalom will observe
Sisterhood Shabbat at 9 a.m.
Jan. 20. Sisterhood members
will conduct and participate
in the service. Shacharit will
be chanted by Jeannette
Tilchin and Musaf by Karen
Finn.
Torah readers will include
Mandy Garver, Ruth Marcus,
Gail Langer, Betty Singer,
Laura Sandler, Elissa Berg,
Cheryl Reid, Joanna Abram-
son, and Vivian Honig. Alicia
Nelson, Mona Greenbaum,
Gila Semp, Ellen Barth and
Barbara Goodman will have
aliyot. Barbara Aronow will
chant the Haftorah.
Helen Herman, sisterhood
president, will deliver the
d'var Torah.
The service will be followed
by a special lunch and learn,
with Rabbi Nelson and
sisterhood members presen-
ting a musical playlet:
"Women of Valor."
Reservations are required
for the luncheon. For informa-
tion, call Inge Jordan,
341-1820.

Adat Shalom
Sisterhood Shabbat

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its annual
Sisterhood Shabbat 9 a.m.
Jan. 20.
Women of the sisterhood
will chant the Torah service
and lead selected Hebrew
prayers and English readings.
Sisterhood President Judy
Leder will deliver a message
to the congregation.
Reading from the Torah and
Haftarah will be: Rachel
Galazon, Fran Wolok, Linda
O'Desky, Shula Fleischer,
Shoshana Wolok, Ella
Moskovitz, Barbara Cook,
Sylvia Starkman, Nancy
Handelman and Barbara
Eskin.
A new synaogue choir will
sing.

Beth Shalom
Hosts Workshops

The Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth Shalom will
host its second annual Sterl-
ing Series beginning 8 to 9:30
p.m. Feb. 8 at the
congregation.
The series consists of a
three-part program. On Feb.
8, Irving Herman will discuss
wills and trusts and Mel
Stumacher will discuss in-
vestments. On March 15,
Jeannette Eizelman will
describe "Gramma's cooking"
and Jody Polk will "add class
to your cakes." On April 26,

Steve Kalt will describe vaca-
tions and Cal Muth will show
how to stay organized on a
trip.
The workshops will consist
of two 40 minute classes with
a ten minute break betwee.
Repeating each session allows
the speaker to present to a
smaller grouping and en-
courages more participationg
by those attending.
There is a fee for the series.
For information, call the syn-
agogue, 547-7970.

Raquela Hadassah
Hosts Speaker

Raquela Hadassah Group
will hold a meeting 7:45 p.m.
on Jan. 23, at the home of
Lynn Calnek, 42447 Park
Ridge, Novi, Michigan,
349-6646.
The guest speaker will be
Gail Posner, registered dieti-
cian, speaking on
"Cholesterol — Fat, Fact, and
Fatal."

Amit Women
Plan Cabaret

The Batya Chapter of
AMIT Women will hold a
cabaret night 6 p.m. Feb. 11 in
the garden of the Prudential
Town Center.
A buffet dinner will be serv-
ed, and entertainment will be
provided by Phil Marcus
Esser. There is a charge.
For information, call
Joanne Zuroff, 626-1985; or
Ceil Liebman, 557-7065.

Livonia Sisterhood
Hosts Speakers

Rose and Mark Hechler, ex-
ecutive couple for Michigan
Jewish Marriage Encounter,
will speak at the Livonia
Jewish Congregation
Sisterhood meeting 8 p.m. on
Jan. 23. The topic will be How
to Enhance Your Marriage.
For information call Paula
Kirsch, 471-7389.

I LOCAL NEWS 1""°

Perfection Lodge
Holds Dinner

Perfection-Mosaic Lodge
F.& A.M. will hold a con-
solidated dinner honoring the
newly elected deacons of the
lodge 6:30 p.m. Jan. 23 at the
Southfield Masonic Temple.
Following dinner there will
be a Master Mason Degree.
The speaker will discuss the
Masonic fraternities program
to assist juvenile diabetes.
There is a charge.
For reservations, call Iry
Benstein, 557-0956; or Bob
Leach, 626-4443.

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