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March 23, 1990 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-23

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Temple Israel
Sets Art Fair

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The annual Temple Israel
Sisterhood Art Fair will be
held 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. March
25-26. The fair will feature
many artists and area bouti-
ques. There is a charge.
A champagne preview, in-
cluding a silent auction, will
be held 8 p.m. to midnight
March 24. Patrons purchas-
ing 10 tickets will be invited
to attend. Tickets will be
mailed prior to the preview.
On March 26, Esther
Shapiro, director of consumer
affairs for the City of Detroit,
will speak at 1 p.m. No reser-
vation is required.
During the art fair, Temple
Avenue Cafe will be open for
lunch.

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Temple Israel
Hosts Syme

Temple Israel Sisterhood's
annual election meeting and
luncheon will be held at noon,
April 2 at the temple.
"Reflections of a Male
Chopinist — A Lighthearted
Musical Interlude" will be
presented by David Syme, an
international pianist who
makes Detroit his home.
Syme has appeared nine
times with the Detroit
Symphony.
Syme, son of Temple Israel's
Rabbi M. Robert and Mrs.

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Tikvah Chapter B'nai
B'rith Women will hold their
election meeting at noon
March 27 at Sutton Place
clubhouse. Nominating chair-
man Dorothy Storchan will
present the slate of officers for
the new administration.
Tikvah program vice-
president Sylvia Ravin will
review Bamboo Cradle by
Avraham Schwartzbaum.
There is a charge for lun-
cheon. For information, call
Hilda Raphael, 557-6517.

Golda Meir Group
Plans For Pesach

Shalom Group
Holds Meeting

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Don't walk in pain! We take care
of painful corns, bunions, callouses,
diabetic foot, arthritis and hammer
toes. House calls, transportation
available at no extra charge.

Tikvah Women
Set Meeting

Golda Meir Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will meet
8 p.m. March 26 at the Weight
Watchers Building in Farm-
ington Hills. Passover cook-
ing "Weight Watchers" style
will be demonstrated.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Judy Wayne,
851-9588.

Supervised by the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

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Nominated to serve a two
year term on the Sisterhood
board expiring in 1992 are:
Marsha Adelson, Sharon
Benedek, Karen Erlich,
Rosanne Fienman,
Rosemarie Gilman, Barbara
Goldberg, Sherry Goren,
Vicki Ingber, Esther Jacobs,
Phyliss Kaplan, Judith Klass,
Lin Klein, Sharron
Markovitz, Carole Miller, Ida
Nemzin, Hermaine Raimi,
Debbie Sapperstein, Marsha
Schavrien, Myrna Shanker
and Eleanor Weinsten.
There is a charge for lun-
cheon. For reservations by
March 29, call the temple of-
fice, 661-5700.

David Syme:
Pianist To Play

Sonia Syme began his studies
with Mischa Kottler and
Julius Chajes. Further study
followed with Sascha Gorod-
nitzki at the Julliard School.
The nominating committee
of Temple Israel Sisterhood
will present the following
slate of officers and board for
1990-1991:
President Sherrie Stern;
vice presidents: Donna
Phillips, Janie Roth, Sherri
Tobias and Rhoda Paull;
treasurer, Marilyn Weisberg;
secretaries: Paula Shapiro,
Rosalie Fox and Sandra
Stocker.

The Shalom Group of
Hadassah will meet 7:30 p.m.
April 3 at the home of Shelley
Boschan.
The speaker will be Sheri
Margolis, Channel 2
anchorwoman.
For reservations by March
29, call Nancy Finkel,
851-9147; or Celia Lubetsky,
855-5884.

Na'Amat Chapter
Sets Meeting

The Metropolitan Chapter
of Na'Amat/USA will meet at
noon March 26 in the Crown
Pointe Building.
The program will be a video
On The Cross Roads.
Refreshments will be served.
For information, call
Na'Amat, 967-4750.

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