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January 11, 1991 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-11

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WHAT IS P'TACH?

Parents for Torah for All Children.
"P'TACH," is a national non-profit
organization which provides secular and
Jewish education for children with learning
disabilities who are enrolled in our schools.
Before P'TACH existed, the doors of
almost all day schools were indeed closed
to children with all levels of learning
disabilities, and the parents of these special
children were often frustrated by a
community that failed to recognize the need
for providing special educational programs
in our schools. Now, through P'TACH, the
doors of our schools are "OPEN" to all
our children.

Maple-Drake
Offers Classes

The Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center is offer-
ing several new classes.
The Nancy Gurwin Theater
Program will have theater
classes for young people,
grades 7 through 12 starting
Jan. 14. Included is stage
movement, performing, voice,
acting, auditioning and
general musical theater
training.
This theater class will be at
the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center for 10
weeks. There is a fee.
One of the classes of the
Jewish Community Center's
"Center for Jewish Creativi-
ty and Exploraton" will be
discussions with Dr. N. Paul
Silverman of major pro-
totypes in Hollywood: From
the stern "patriarch" to the
"Holocaust survivor," to
"assimilation," how the
Jewish mother has been por-
trayed in films from "long suf-
fering" to the "shrew," what
happened to the Jews in the
20s and the 30s as
demonstrated in film.
These topics will be review-
ed with Dr. Silverman after
viewing the films: Jazz

Singer, Seize the Day, Pawn-
broker The Heartbreak Kid,
and Crossing Delancey.

These classes will meet at
the Maple-Drake building
Tuesdays 7:30-9:30 p.m. star-
ting Jan. 15. There is a fee.
The "On Camera" class at
the Center is for the child in-
terested in the performing
arts and the desire to
experience television pro-
duction.
There will be eight hours of
instruction starting Jan. 20
for students 4 through 13
years. There is a fee.
For class information, call
Shirley Siegal, 66-1000, Ext.
335.

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The Michigan branch, P'TACH of
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1979 by a group of parents, lay people and
professionals in fields related to special
education. Our main objective is to provide
special education for learning disabled
children with the goal of mainstreaming
them into regular classrooms whenever
possible. Today, P'TACH has grown to
serve over twenty children in its two
programs. Unfortunately, due to a lack of
financial resources, children are currently
on a waiting list to enter P'TACH's
programs.

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Saturday Appointments Available

Friends of the Huntington
Woods Library will present its
Annual Friends Week. Ad-
mission is free and
refreshments will be served.
At 7 p.m. Jan. 14, Free Press
columnist Hugh McDiarmid
will speak and answer ques-
tions on Michigan politics.
At 2 p.m. Jan. 20, Rich Syl-
vain, travel editor of the Free
Press, will speak on Travel
trends of the 90s and show a
video tape on a vacation spot.
All programs will be held in
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