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September 06, 1991 - Image 182

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-06

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FOR WOMEN

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

Break the Fast Dance
Singles (21 and Over)

Wednesday, September 18
9:30n .m:1:00 a.m.
Maple/Drake Building

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The perfect spot to meet
new people and reminisce
with old friends.

*Dancing * Refreshments * Cash Bar
/.00 Admission Charge

For further information call 661-1000 ext. 347
Tickets can be purchased at the door.

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FOR BACK TO SCHOOL

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ORCHARD MALL
W. BLOOMFIELD • 851 - 5566

EVERGREEN PLAZA

SOUTHFIELD • 559-3580

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Pet Food and Supplies

Now Open

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1991

Marjorie Saulson will host
a luncheon on behalf of the
Allied Jewish Campaign for
the Ruby and Lion of Judah
sections of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Metropolitan Detroit
Women's Division, 11:30 a.m.
Sept. 13.
The gathering, which is for
contributors of $5,000 or more
to the 1992 Campaign, will
feature Yona Goldberg, na-
tional chairman of the
Women's Division of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Former national division
chairman for Operation Ex-
odus, Mrs. Goldberg chairs
the Community Integration
Committee for Soviet Reset-
tlement in Washington, D.C.
The Lion of Judah pin will
be introduced to the Detroit
community at the gathering.
For information, call Sally
Krugel, 965-3939.

Helene Cherrin

Pet Supermarket

Elegant

Women's Division
Holds Luncheon

FARMINGTON HILLS 553-7750
422-9340
LIVONIA
253-1630
PONTIAC

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Ofer's
Home
Cooking

WHERE THE RESTAURANT
COMES TO YOU!
• Old Fashion Israeli Cooking
• Gourmet • American
• Parties Large or Small

968-6447

Na'amat USA
Appoints Cherrin

Helene Cherrin has been
appointed field consultant for
the Na'amat USA Greater
Detroit area. Mrs. Cherrin
has been involved in many
communal and organiza-
tional endeavors since her ar-
rival in Detroit in 1961.
As a field consultant for
Na'amat USA, Mrs. Cherrin
will be involved in member-
ship recruitment and
establishment of news clubs
and interest groups for the
66-year-old sister organiza-
tion of Na'amat Israel.

Shalom Hadassah
Plans Dinner

"Tastes, Sights and Sounds
of Israel Through the Eyes of
Hadassah" is the theme of
Shalom Hadassah's Prospec-
tive Member Pot Luck Dinner
6:45 p.m. Oct. 3 at Hadassah
House.
The speaker will be Arline
Gould, past president, Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah.
For information, call Nancy
Simons, 683-1331.

Barbara Alexander

Lodge, BBW
Hold Meeting

Louis Marshall-Israel
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women
and Louis Marshall Lodge
will hold a joint meeting 1
p.m. Sept. 15 at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Refresh-
ments will be served.
The speaker will be Esther
Applebaum, past president of
BBW Council. Barbara Alex-
ander, mezzo soprano, will
present a musical book review
of Les Miserables, accom-
panied by Doris Hall.
For information, call Eileen
Israel, 968-0569; or Max
Kushner, 669-1561. There is a
charge.

Glennwood ORT
Holds Symposium

Glennwood Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
present a symposium on the
issue of pro-choice 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 11 in the Woodcreek
Building, Farmington Hills.
Participants will include:
Rabbi Ernst Cornad, past
chairperson of the Religious
Coalition for Abortion Rights;
Judge Bryan Levy of the 46th
District Court; and Rabbi
Herschel Finman of the Luba-
vitch Foundation.
For information, call June
Rubenstein, 642-3653.

B & P Chapter
Hears Speaker

The Detroit Business and
Professional Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will meet noon
Sept. 15 at Whitehall Apart-
ments Clubhouse.
Jack Baroff will relate the
story of "The Nurturing
Neighborhood: The Browns-
ville Boys Club and Jewish
Community in Urban
America 1940-1990."
A petite brunch will be
served. There is a charge.
For information, call Alice
Cohen, 352-8327.

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