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March 23, 1990 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-23

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EDUCATION I

Hillel Dinner
To Honor Dorfmans

Henry and Mala Dorfman
will be the honorees at the
Hillel Day School Annual
Dinner, to be held at Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek on
May 2.
The Dorfmans have a long
record of service to the Jewish
communities in Detroit and

Pesach" at the Torah Center.
The lecture is part of a series
on basic Judaism. For infor-
mation, call the Center,
855-6170.
Rabbi Silberberg of the Bais
Chabad Torah Center will
speak on "The Month of
Nissan — Month of Redemp-
tion" at 8 p.m. March 25 at
the Ann Arbor Chabad
House. For information, call
the Chabad house,
99-LEARN.

B'nai Moshe Sets
Nursery Plans

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the
including
Israel
Holocaust Memorial Center,
the American Red Magen
David, B'nai B'rith and Israel
Bonds and Organization For
Rehabilitation Through
Training.
Dorfman has served as
director of the Jewish Home
for Aged and chairman of
Israel Bonds. He has sat on a
number of boards, including
the Jewish Theological
Seminary, Shaarey Zedek,
and the Holocaust Memorial
Center. The Dorfmans have
supported many educational
institutions including Hillel.

Soviet Jews Invited
On New York 'Ttrip

Chabad Lubavitch of
Michigan invites Soviet im-
migrants to experience a
weekend with the Lubavit-
cher Rebbe and the Chabad
chassidim in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
between March 23-25. Excur-
sions to New York for Soviet
immigrants will continue
throughout the year. There is
a charge.
Chabad Lubavitch invites
new Soviet immigrants to
participate in the model mat-
zoh bakery between 10 a.m.-5
p.m. April 1 at the Maple-
Drake Jewish Community
Center. A Soviet instructor
will lead the matzoh
demonstrations.
For information, call Rabbi
Zaklos, 548-2527.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
of Bais Chabad Torah Center
will speak at 8:15 p.m. March
26 on "The Mechanics of
Kashering Your Home For

B'nai
Congregation
Moshe's "Golden Dreams"
Nursery School will recruit
children for the fall session of
its West Bloomfield school at
an information/orientation
session for parents at 7:30
p.m. March 29 at the home of
Lisa Welford in Farmington
Hills.
The fall program will in-
clude extended hours for
working parents, classes for 3
and 4 year old children, a
"Mommy & Me" and an "On
My Own" class and an enrich-
ment class for older siblings.
For information call Robin
Meyerowitz, 546-8040; or Lisa
Welford at 788-1563.

.

B'nai David Hosts
Cultural Forum

The Cultural Commission
of Congregation B'nai David
will hold its Cultural Forum
beginning at noon March 25.
The series will focus on
political and social problems
facing the Jewish com-
munities in Israel and
Western and Eastern Europe.
The speaker will be Naham
Barnea, political columnist,
Yediot Ahronot. Barnea will
speak on "The Intifada and
its Effect on Israeli Life." A
complimentary continental
breakfast will be served at
11:15 a.m.
Other lectures will be
delivered by Dr. Sidney
Bolkosky, professor of
history, University of
Michigan, Dearborn on "The
Reunification of Germany —
A Historian's Perspective" on
April 1.

Discovery Seminar
Set For April 1

The Discovery Seminar,
sponsored by Aish HaTbrah
features a program of discus-
sions and workshops in-
cluding "The Jewish Way in
Love, Dating, and Marriage."
It will be held April 1.
"Failsafe," the seminar's
concluding segment, is based
on the methodology used by
Mossad, the Israeli in-
telligence agency, to confirm

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