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March 23, 1990 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-23

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B'nai Moshe
The Nursery with
lots of "Yiddish Keit"
is now in
West Bloomfield

Lowenstein-Stark

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stark
of Huntington Woods an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Julie Alice, to
Steven Lowenstein, son of
Marcia Lowenstein Suger-
man of Mayfield Heights,
Ohio, and the late Benjamin
Lowenstein.
Ms. Stark received a
bachelor's degree from the

University of Michigan and a
master's degree in education
from Harvard University. She
teaches at the Birmingham
Alternative High School.
Mr. Lowenstein received a
bachelor's degree from Ohio
State University and serves
as regional director for a
Jewish youth organization.
A June wedding is planned.

The "Golden Dreams" nursery school
of Congregation B'nai Moshe, for
children ages 12 mo. to 5 years, is now
located in West Bloomfield. Our small
teacher/student ratio insures your
child will receive the close, personal
attention he/she deserves. Plus you
get the good feeling of sharing with
your synagogue community and
knowing your child is being educated
with a Jewish "taam."

For your convenience, we offer extend-
ed hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
perfect for working parents.

Classes:
1. Mommy & Me
2. On My Own (18 mo. to 2 1/2 yrs.)
3. 2 1/2 year olds (only)
4. 3 to 4 year olds
5. Science Enrichment
6. Creative Movement

Please Note: Classes 1 & 2, for younger children, are offered simultaneously
with classes 5 & 6, with their older siblings.

Information Night: Thursday, March 29 at the home of Lisa and Jay Welford
in Farmington Hills. For details call: Robin S. Meyerowitz,
M.E.D., School Director. (313) 546-8040 or 557-5667

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Neil and Adrienne Aaron-
son of Highland Park, Ill., are
proud to announce the
engagement of their daughter
Brenda to Alan Ferber, son of
Cynthia and Calvin Moss of
Southfield.
Brenda is a broadcast traf-
fic coordinator at the Leo
Burnett Advertising Agency

in Chicago. Alan is in the
First Scholar program at
First Chicago and earning his
MBA at Northwestern Uni-
versity. Both earned their
bachelor's degrees from the
University of Michigan in
1989.
A September wedding is
planned.

Love,
Your kids & grandkids

Milt & Debbie
Mike & Robin
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