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November 09, 1990 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-09

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"We decided if we are
Jews, then we have to follow
Jewish traditions," Mr.
Goldman said. "I think that
is why we decided to make a
bar mitzvah for our son."
While Vadim's bar mitz-
vah commemorates a
milestone for the Goldman
family, it also marks the
first time Bais Chabad of
Oak Park has had such a
celebration. To honor
Vadim, the synagogue will
have kiddush after the
service.
Friends of Refugees of
Eastern Europe, an affiliate
of Michigan Chabad, estab-
lished Bais Chabad of North
Oak Park at the Northgate
Clubhouse in mid-August.
Patterned after Russian
Chabad synagogues
throughout the United
States and Canada, Bais
Chabad of North Oak Park
allows Soviets to pray in
Russian and Hebrew.
The congregation, which is
led by Rabbi Yosef
Mishulovin, attracts approx-
imately 75 worshipers every
Shabbat service. In addition
to services, the congregation
also offers Sunday classes.
While Americans often at-
tend Shabbat services at the
synagogue, more than 50
percent are Soviets, said Dr.
Hillel Rosenfeld, who often
participates.
"Having the Russian Jews
here has been beneficial to
all of us," said Dr. Rosenfeld.

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Correction

In last week's edition of
The Jewish News, it was
mistakenly reported that
Yeshiva Gedolah had 45
students enrolled. There are
more than 100 students
enrolled at the Oak Park
yeshiva.

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