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September 13, 1991 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-13

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EVERY YEAR, A NURSE IN NEW YORK
FINDS THE TIME TO CARE
FOR OVER 76,000,000 PEOPLE

Ann Arbor JCC
Sets Computer Sale

The Colossal Computer
Sale, featuring hundreds of
computer products, both new
and used, will be held 9:30
a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 6 at
Washtenaw Community Col-
lege in the Job Skills & Cam-
pus Events Building.
The sale will include a
Dutch auction of donated
computer equipment to
benefit the Jewish Communi-
ty Center of Washtenaw
County, which sponsors the
sale. Donations of PC equip-
ment in good working order
are welcome.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the Washtenaw
County JCC, 971-0990.

JPM Plans
Physical Education

Jewish Community Center
fall physical education classes
will begin Oct. 7 at the JPM
Jewish Community Center.
From pre-school physical
education and roller-blade
floor hockey to pre/post natal
exercise and table tennis, the
JCC has clas s es for all ages
and interests.
For information, call
Theresa Fulgenzi, 967-4030.
Parent/toddler classes,
dance, art, theater, music and
more are featured this fall for
"Creative Kids" at the JPM
building.
The JCC also offers art and
dance classes for adults. Call
Theresa Fulgenzi.

Alumni Group
Plans Events

The Gamma Kappa Chi
Alumni Fraternity of Wayne
State has scheduled a series
of luncheon meetings 12:30
p.m. Thursdays during
September at the Sila
Restaurant in Berkley.
For information, call Phil
Rothschild, 543-7544; or Dick
Liss, 559-0204.
The alumni will hold a
theatre party 8:30 p.m. Oct. 3
at the Baldwin Theatre in
Royal Oak. The production
will be George M.
For information and reser-
vations, call Art Manikur,
557-7105.

Bais Chabad
Yom Tov Class

Bais Chabad of Farmington
Hills will sponsor a brief mor-
ning class following daily
davening at the synagogue.
Shacharit begins at 6:50
a.m. followed by a 10-minute
class on the laws of yom tov.
For information, call Rabbi
Bergstein, 855-2910.
Bais Chabad will co-sponsor
a kappores program Sept. 17.

oansgiving.

Jo Stecher. A nurses: lust

works on

an independent medical consultant. She
lectures on a variety of clinical subjects
to experienced nurses nationwide. She's
even travelled abroad as an invited dele-
gate by China's medical association.
So where does Jo Stecher—who's
also a full-time nurse at a New York City
hospital—get the energy to volunteer free
time to City of Hope, a renowned medical
and research center in California?

From her heart.
Because while Jo remains en-
couraged by our increasing number
of medical breakthroughs in the fight
against cancer, she's alarmed by an-
other growing number: over 76 million
Americans will be diagnosed with
cancer during their lifetime.
So today, Jo serves as president
of A Sante East: a City of Hope chap-
ter comprised exclusively of young
professionals.
Together, they host numerous
fund-raising events and raise thou-
sands of dollars. Donations that
support our national medical center in its
care and treatment of cancer patients, and
fund extensive research efforts to find cures
for life-threatening diseases.
More and more people are
choosing to give us their time to
help those whose time is running
out. Please join them. Call
1-800-835-5504.
With everything in your busy
schedule, it just may be the most
rewarding commitmentyou make.

Without your help,there is no Hope.

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