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January 26, 1990 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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I SINGLE LIFE I

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esher, the Detroit-
area group for singles
formed by Conser-
vative rabbis about a year
ago, is now accepting young
married couples at its func-
tions.
The change was made, said
volunteer coordinator Alicia
Nelson, to eliminate
something of a "Catch 22"
from the group's goal.
"If the singles group suc-
ceeds, the reward is mar-
riage," Nelson said. "But
the problem is the
`punishment' that comes
with the reward: if you
marry, you can no longer
belong to the group." The
decision to include young
married couples was made
informally last month, she
said.
"We're also trying to meet
a need in the community,"
Nelson added. "There is no
slot where young marrieds
fit into the synagogue" —
they're not yet members of
the sisterhoods or men's
clubs and they don't have
children.
Nelson said a December
grant from Irving Laker,
president of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, will help the
group do more advertising,
improve the quality of its
programming and hire a
part-time resource person to
coordinate activities.
She said Kesher, spon-
sored by the Conservative
Rabbis of Metropolitan
Detroit, has been averaging
about 60 persons, ages 25-40,
at its monthly singles
Shabbat services and onegs,
which are rotated among the
synagogues.
Added to the Kesher pro-
gramming are Bible study
classes led by Rabbi David

Single Skiers
Planning Weekend

The Chai Single Skiers
will head for a "Let's Go Ski-
ing Weekend" at Sugar Loaf
Mountain in Traverse City
Feb. 23-25.
The group will carpool
from the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center 1
p.m. Feb. 23. Fee includes
accomodations at The Beach
condominiums on the Grand
Traverse Bay beach and lift
tickets.
For information or reser-
vations, call Ruth Moss, 489-
0198.

Nelson of Congregation Beth
Shalom. Classes meet at the
shul from 6 to 7:15 p.m. the
first and third Wednesday of
each month. Dinner is
available and reservations
are required. There is a
charge. For information, call
the synagogue, 547-7970.
The next singles Shabbat
service will be Feb. 2 at Beth
Shalom. For information,
call either the synagogue or
Alicia Nelson, 557-0109.

Singles Seminar
Probes Lifestyle

A three-session seminar
examining ways to develop
positive aspects of single liv-
ing will be offered by the
Oakland University Con-
tinuum Center from 7-10
p.m. Feb. 6, 13 and 20.
The workshop, conducted
by Barbara Halpern, MA,
explores living solo, techni-
ques for building relation-
ships and connecting with
others. It will be held at the
First Baptist Church of Bir-
mingham.
A four-session follow-up
series, "Handling the
Pressures of Single Living,"
will begin March 6.
There is a fee for both pro-
grams. For additional in-
formation or to register, call
Birmingham Community
House, 644-5832, for the first
series or the Continuum
Center, 370-3033, for the se-
cond.

JASP To Host
Cocktail Parties

The Jewish Association of
Single Professionals (JASP)
will host networking
cocktail mixers and dances,
6 p.m. Jan. 26 and Feb. 2, at
the Embassy Suites Hotel in
Southfield.
The agenda includes a
mini-buffet, networking
games, contests and psychic
fair.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the JASP
hotline, 358-9810.

Singles Schedule
Super Bowl Fest

The Jewish Community
Center Singles (25-45) will
host an indoor tailgate party
for the Super Bowl, 4:30 p.m.
Jan. 28 at the Maple-Drake
Building.
The game will be shown on
large-screen television. A
dance and post-game
celebration will follow,
beginning at 8 o'clock.
There is a charge.

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