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March 30, 1990 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-30

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LOCAL NEWS

PROJECT ACHIM

WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS APPRECIATION TO ALL
OF YOU WHO HAVE OPENED YOUR HEARTS AND
HOMES TO OUR NEW NEIGHBORS FROM THE
SOVIET UNION. WE MUST CONTINUE TOGETHER
TO SHOW THEM THE WARM ADDRESS OF THE
DETROIT JEWISH COMMUNITY.

Local Agencies Plan
Their Passover Events

In preparation for Pesach, we have mailed a Hebrew-
Russian "Haggada" and guide book to every new
family. For those of you who will require more
`hagados" for your guests at the seder, we invite you
to pick them up at the office of one of our member
agencies.

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda

Council of Orthodox Rabbis

15751 Lincoln
Southfield
557-9380

17071 West 10 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Michigan
559-5005

Machon L'Torah

Yeshiva Gedola

15221 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park
967-0888

24600 Greenfield
Oak Park
968-3360

If you require information on the
availability of matzos, wine and other
Pesach food please call our office at

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Agencies affiliated with the
Jewish Welfare Federation
are planning for Passover
with programs, projects and
special services.
The Agency for Jewish
Education will have a
Passover seder for Russian
teenagers April 8 at the
United Hebrew Schools
building. Rabbi Bruce Aft,
director of the Midrasha-
College of Jewish Studies and
principal of the Community
Jewish High School, will con-
duct the seder. On April 1, the
teens will bake matzah at the
matzah factory at the Maple-
Drake Jewish Community
Center.
Children in the UHS
elementary schools will con-
duct model sedarim. At the
Adat Shalom Synagogue
branch, the kindergarten and
first grade students will have
their seder April 1. Second
through seventh graders will
have sedarim April 3 and 4.
The Troy and B'nai Israel of
West Bloomfield branches
will have sedarim April 1 at
their respective schools.
Kindergarteners and first
graders at the Beth Achim
branch will participate in a
seder April 1, while the rest
of the students have their
seder March 29.
As part of their observance,
children in the UHS nursery
as well as four second grade
classes from the Adat Shalom
branch will visit the matzah
factory of the Maple-Drake
Jewish Center.
The Jewish Family Service
and Resettlement Service are
compiling names of clients to
receive assistance from the
Moeis Chitim (Passover fund
for the needy), which supplies
matzot, wine and financial
aid. The holiday food distribu-
tion will take place at Con-
gregation Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Tikvah April 1, 2
and 3.
Through a grant from the
Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (FEMA), the
JFS is making funds
available for clients to buy
food for the holiday.
Each Jewish Federation
Apartments site has schedul-
ed its own seder. On April 9,
Harold and Shirley Rosen-
berg, members of Temple Kol
Ami, will conduct the seder at
the Harriett and Ben Teitel
Federation Apartments in
Oak Park. Walter Rosenblum
and his son, Eric, will conduct
the seder April 9 at the Pren-
tis Towers. The Hechtman
Federation Apartments will
have sedarim April 9 and 10,
conducted by Harold Black.

Senior adults from the com-
munity and their families are
invited to each of the sedarim
at a charge. For reservations,
call the respective building of-
fices. Throughout the holiday,
kosher-for-Passover meals
will be served at each site.
A traditional third seder
will be conducted by Cantor
Sidney Resnick, accompanied
by Lillian Zellman, at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
building of the Jewish Com-
munity Center on April 12.
Members of the JPM Senior
adult programs will read from
the Haggadah and lead holi-
day songs. Reservations are
limited, and there is a charge.
For reservations, call the
JPM, 967-4030.
The JPM will sponsor a
seder for emigres from the
Soviet Union April 15 at Tern-

Passover
preparations and
celebrations are
being planned
throughout the
community.

ple Emanu-El. Rabbi Victor
Rashkovksy of Oak Ridge,
Tenn., who will conduct the
seder, came to the U.S. as a
Soviet immigrant 15 years
ago and studied for the rab-
binate after his arrival.
Children who attend the
Child Development Center at
the Maple-Drake Jewish
Center and their families will
have a seder 2:30 p.m. April
4 in Shiffman Hall at the
Center. The Discovery Room,
also located at the Center,
will have a special display
about the Festival of
Freedom.
The matzah factory, co-
sponsored by the Center and
Congregation Bais Chabad of
Farmington Hills and West
Bloomfield, will operate
March 25-April 1 at the
Maple-Drake Center. Hours
are March 25 and April 1,
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; and 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. March 26-31. In-
dividuals and classes are in-
vited to have a hands-on ex-
perience in authentic matzah
baking.
The Maple-Drake Center
will host a model seder for in-
dividuals with special needs
at noon April 12, conducted
by Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon
H. Gruskin. The seder is co-
sponsored by the Cooperative
Council of the League of
Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions of Detroit.
The Jewish Parents In-

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