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October 11, 1991 - Image 99

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-11

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Aleynu/Aish HaTorah and
Midrasha/The Agency for Jewish Education





What is Discovery?

"You'll come
home a
day older
51 000years


Sharla Ruth Simon and
Samuel David Rosenstein
were recently married at
Shearith Israel in Dallas,
Texas. Rabbi Stephan Wein-
berg officiated.
Sharla is the daughter of
Gloria Simon of Southfield
and Richard Simon of St.
Clair Shores. Samuel is the
son of Jack Rosenstein of
Richardson, Texas, and the
late Jean Rosenstein.
Mary Simon of Colorado
Springs, sister-in-law of the
bride, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Susan

Stahl of Austin, sister of the
groom, and Debbie Kennard
of Ann Arbor.
Joseph Rosengarten of
Dallas was best man.
Groomsmen were Brent Stahl
of Austin, brother-in-law of
the groom, and D. Dean Boyd
of Garland.
Sharla was escorted down
the aisle by her mother and
brother, Howard Simon of
Colorado Springs.
After a honeymoon in Mar-
tha's Vineyard and New York
City, the couple reside in
Plano, Texas.

"Aish Discovery Sunday... Two
thumbs up. Entertaining, thought
provoking, challenging. A must
Mandell Berman

DISCOVERY is an exciting
one-day seminar which has
captured the hearts and
The Discovery
stimulated the minds of 40,000
Jews on 4 continents - from
New York to Nairobi.
•Failsafe - a series of work-
shops which employ the tech-
aims to provide a thoughtful,
intelligent answer to the ques-
niques of the Israeli Mossad to
tion, "Why be Jewish?" The
explore the Torah's origin.
seminar is not a nostalgic
reiteration of Jewish traditions
•The Hidden Codes of the
and history. It is a bold, com-
Torah - a provocative
pelling display of Judaism's
Howard Tapper
presentation of the hidden codes
past, present and future vitality.
discovered in the Torah throught
DISCOVERY's sophisticated
computer research.
approach was developed by
•Seven Wonders of Jewish History - a fascinat-
leading educators and scientists and adapted to a
one-day format by Aish HaTorah, an organization
ing look at the relationship between Jewish history and
with a unique ability to captivate critical-thinking prophecy in the Torah.
Jews with the profound meaning of their heritage.

"I thought the day was wonderful. The quality of the
speakers was uniformly excellent. This seminar
would certainly inspire people to become more
curious about their Judaism."
Marcie Hermelin Orley

Who attends Discovery?

The program is designed for Jewish men and
women of all ages who are short on time but long
on curiosity, who have a sophisticated secular
education but limited background in Jewish studies.

"It was exhilarating in many ways and the day went
by much too fast. I left feeling a much stronger
spiritual identity. I would recommend Discovery to
anyone who would like to increase their knowledge
of Judaism."
Jim Safran

"A program like Discovery is a fundamental link in
insuring the survival of our heritage. There are so
many of us who don't understand our history and
therefore don't care. If you'll spend the day, your
need to preserve Judaism will be rekindled"
Larry Garon

Time and Place:

Sunday, November 10, 1991

8:30 am to 6:30 pm
Agency for Jewish Education
21550 West 12 Mile Road
$50 per person including breakfast & lunch.

For more information or to register, call:

Aish HaTorah:

(313) 737-0400

Chiropractic Health Hints


Gail Cislo and Mitchell
Moses exchanged vows
recently during a garden
ceremony at Bay Pointe
Country Club. Rabbi Loss of
Temple Israel officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Angeline Cislo and the late
Carl Cislo of Wyandotte. The
groom is the son of Harold
and Marilyn Moses of West
Gloria Cislo, sister of the
bride, was the maid of honor.
The bridesmaids were Sharon

Cislo, Sherri Moses and Dona
Greiner. Gail's daughter Leah
was the flower girl. The bride
was given away by her
brother, Bruce Cislo.
Joel Moses, brother of the
groom, was the best man. The
groomsmen included Michael
Mervis, Brad Weisman and
Roy Vultaggio. The bride's
nephew, Michael McKay, was
a junior usher.
The couple honeymooned in
Hawaii and now reside in
Huntington Woods.

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