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March 01, 1991 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-01

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THE REFORM JEWISH DAY SCHOOL

;.. PRESENTS ...

A SALUTE TO BROADWAY

A
Cantorial
Concert

CANTOR
HAROLD ORBACH

CANTOR
GAIL HIRSCHENFANG

Sunday, March 17, 1991 •7:30 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL

5725 Walnut Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield, MI



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Appt. Only. Ask For Shirlee or Debby

FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1991

Temple, Youth
Host Carnival

The Central East Region of
the National Conference of
Synagogue Youth will have a
Junior Shabbaton Mar. 1-3 in
Windsor, Ont. The Junior
NCSY chapter is for young
people in 6th-8th grade and
provides social and educa-
tional programming through-
out the year.
The Shabbaton will be held
at Congregation Shaar
Hashomayim in Windsor.
On Mar. 4, the Russian
Learning program will con-
tinue classes in Conversa-
tional Hebrew at 7 p.m. at the
JPM Jewish Community
Center. Classes are taught by
Ms. Narda Oz and are held in
conjunction with the Agency
for Jewish Education.
On Mar. 6, the Russian
NCSYers will be going out for
pizza and to a movie. The
group will meet at 6:45 p.m.
at the JPM Jewish Communi-
ty Center.
The Young Israel Teens
chapter of NCSY for 9th-12th
graders will have an Oneg
Shabbat 8:15 p.m. Mar. 8 at
the home of Elie Schochet,
28490 Tavistock Trail,
Southfield. The topic for
discussion will be "Yishuv
Eretz Yisroel, The Mitzvah of
Living in Israel." The discus-
sion will be led by Joshua
Zwelling, the Central East
Region programs director.
For information, call Josh
Zwelling, 967-3300.

Temple Israel's Youth
Group will host its 40th an-
nual Purim Carnival noon,
Mar. 3 at the temple. Soviet
Jewish newcomers participat-
ing in the Family to Family
Program, sponsored by the
National Council of Jewish
Women and Women's Divi-
sion of the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, will receive com-
plimentary tickets for the car-
nival booths.
Bus transportation will be
available from the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Jewish Com-
munity Center. Those
needing transportation or in-
formation, call the National
Council of Jewish Women's of-
fice, 258-6000.

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Shir Shalom
Purim Carnival

Temple Shir Shalom Youth
Group is sponsoring its third
annual Purim carnival, 11:30
a.m. Mar. 3. Tickets are
available at the door. For in-
formation, call the temple,
737-8700.

.

Fine Arts Camp
Set By JCC

FOR TICKETS CALL: 661-2220

•Bloom sot Bloom

NCSY
Sets Events

The Maple-Drake Jewish
Communtiy Center will hold
a Fine Arts Day Camp for
high school age young people
Who have demonstrated in-
terest and skills in the fine
arts.
Ceramics, dance, theater
arts and music (instrumental
and vocal) will be presented
under the direction of
Pewabic Pottery, David Syme,
the Detroit Dance Collective
and the Jewish Ensemble
Theatre. Admission will be by
interview and/or audition.
For information, call the
JCC Day Camp office,
661-1000, Ext. 254.

F.R.E.E. Hosts
Shabbat Party

A Shabbat party for
children of Russian im-
migrants is held weekly at
3:30 p.m. at the Northgate
Clubhouse in Oak Park. Boys
and girls ages 6-12 play
games, listen to stories of our
Jewish heritage and learn the
Hebrew songs.

Adat Shalom Youth
Set Carnival

The Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue Youth Department will
hold its annual Purim car-
nival 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Mar. 3 at
the synagogue. The event will
feature entertainment,
games, prizes and refresh-
ments. Admission is free;
game tickets may be purchas-
ed at the door.

'I LOCAL NEWS

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Temple Kol Ami
Music Service

"The World of Jewish
Music" — The Jewish Connec-
tion — will be the theme of
the Sermon in Song at the an-
nual Jewish Music Season
Service 8 p.m. Mar. 1 at 'Tem-
ple Kol Ami.
Members of the Temple
Choir will participate in the
reading of the service which
will feature the music of
Isadore Freed. The Sermon in
Song will include folk music
and works by Achron, Block,
Handel, Lavry, Mendelssohn,
Meyerbeer, Milhaud, and
Moszkowski.
Performers will be Erica
Canvasser, violinist; Nathalie
Conrad, pianist; Carol Fer-
rero, mezzo-soprano; Susan
Shevitz, flutist; and Avra
Weiss, soprano.

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