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August 24, 1990 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-24

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first
Impressions

NURSERY AND DAY SCHOOL, INC.

volved with your child's enjoy-
ment of the museum. Avoid
the "love me-love my
museum" syndrome.
• Don't expect miracles.
The museum exhibits do not
sing, dance or jump around
like video creatures. "Muse-
umizing" your child may take
time.
As your child's museum
guide, you are likely to find
an enhanced enjoyment as
you answer your child's ques-
tions. This shared sense of
delight in learning is a great
gift that goes far beyond the
museum's walls. ❑

Diane Jacobs is a Baltimore
writer.

Best Friends
Are Forever

Does Your Pre-Schooler's
Curriculum Include . . .????

— An Orff Music Teacher.
— A Gymnastics Teacher.
— A Cooking Teacher.
A Creative Movement Teacher.
— A Fine Arts/Enrichment Teacher.

In Addition To .. .

• Individualized Reading/Math Readiness
• Language Arts
• 11-avel Club - Geography Skills
• Science
• Foreign Language
• Activity Centers
JOIN THE FIRST IMPRESSIONS FAMILY

A stimulating, challenging, child-enriching environment

for our pre-school and kindergarten child.

4150 & 4160 Middlebelt
(between Lone Pine & Long Lake)

5700 & 5760 Drake
(1/2 mile north of Maple)

West Bloomfield
661.3630

Beth Shalom Educator
Receives Award

Neil Rosenbaum,
Brian Rosenbaum
"Hi. I'm Neil Rosenbaum.
I've got a lot of friends,
but my brother Brian is
always around and he'll
do whatever I tell him to
do. He's great to bury in
the sand at the beach.
He's easy to tackle, flip
over and use his head to
bounce balls on. And he
keeps coming back for
more."

Samuel Semp, Congrega-
tion Beth Shalom Religous
School teacher was awarded
the 1990 Schochet Family
Outstanding Teacher Award,
sponsored by the Frank and
Freda Schochet Fund of
United Jewish Charities.
Semp, who also serves as
Beth Shalom's Ritual Direc-
tor, received this honor for his
development of a curriculum
for seventh graders on Jewish
morals and ethics. The Scho-
chet prize is to be used to fund
a project in the area of Jewish
learning and teaching. It is

administered in partnership
with the Jewish Welfare
Federation.
Congregation Beth Shalom
expresses pride in its talented,
experienced teaching staff.
Religious school classes are
supplemented by cultural en-
hancement programs, mean-
ingful forums on contempo-
rary issues, Junior Congrega-
tion, Junior Choir and a
weekly Torah reading tisch
with Cantor Samuel Green-
baum. Additional individual-
ized instruction is also pro-
vided to assist children in
davening skills and effective
prayerbook use.
Beth Shalom's independent
Conservative congregational
synagogue school now has two
locations to better serve the
entire community. Cyril
Servetter, Educational Direct-
or will be glad to answer any
questions you may have about
the school and enrolling your
child. For more information
call Congregation Beth
Shalom at 547-7970.

PIERCE
STREET
PORTRAITS

Erica Levine,
Rachel Glassman
"Erica Levine and Rachel
Glassman have known
each other since Erica
was five days old and
Rachel was seven weeks
old. Every time we fight,
we make up."

FI\E ART
PHOTOGRAPHS
OF CHILDRE\

ATTENTION ALL TEENAGERS
10TH TO 12TH GRADE

IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE
WHO CARES ABOUT .

• Human Rights • Separation of Church & State
• Nuclear Arms
• Israel
Environment

Anti-Semitism

• Hunger and Poverty

I AND WHAT YOU CAN DO

The Agency For Jewish Education Presents

THE JEWISH POLITICAL TRADITION
JEWS IN AMERICAN POLITICS

Sundays, 12:00 Noon-1:00 P.M.
Begins Sept. 23, 1990
United Hebrew Schools

21550 W. 12 Mile, Southfield

Hands on approach to the Jewish political experience.
Course will include presentations by local politicians
and community leaders. Taught by Judy Silberg
Loebl, political activist and Detroit coordinator for
Panim El Panim.

Fee: $150.
One Semester. Open to All Students 10th-12th Grade.

TEENAGERS: EXPERIENCE
WASHINGTON, D.C. POLITICS THROUGH

PANIM EL PANIM*

Join Jewish students from across the country as you
come "Face to Face" with administration officials,
members of Congress, lobbyists and representatives
of public interest organizations in a unique living
classroom experience.

There is an additional charge for this program. Scholarships will
be available through the Agency for Jewish Education and the Jewish
Community Council. For more information call 352-7117.

*A program of the Washington Institute for Jewish Leadership and Values

out
For
p U o School
Dad(
Needs. See Us co

• Duffle Bags
• Trunks
• Luggage • Backpacks

Olt

LUGGAGE OUTLET

217 Pierce Street
Birmingham

FOR APPOINTMENT CALL

646-6951

3116 W. 12 Mile Road • Berkley

(between Greenfield & Coolidge)
One Mile W. of Woodward
545.7393

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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