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October 18, 1991 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-18

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LOCAL NEWS 11""I''' ■ •

THE BOAZ SIEGEL CULTURE FOD

presents the first of six

JPM SUNDAY FAMILY CONCERTS

Sunday, October 27, 1991

Maple-Drake Hosts
Special Needs Day

2:00 p.m.

JPM — Jaffe Hall
15100 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park

featuring

THE BOLKOSKY DUO

GABRIEL BOLKOSKY, VIOLIN

MIRIAM BOLKOSKY, CELLO

General Admission $3.50
Senior/Students $2.50
Members $2.50
Family Rate — Adult $2.50/Child $1.00

Future Concerts Will Follow:
November 24, January 26, February 23,
March 22 and April 26

Advance tickets available at the JPM Box Office

For concert and ticket information call Diane Sands at 967-4030

Sandra Jaffa

Child Abuse
Is Program Topic

The Adult Education Com-
mittee of Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses, in cooperation
with Midrasha, presents San-
dra Jaffa, program manager
of the Family Abuse Preven-
tion Program of the Jewish
Family Service 7:30 p.m. Oct.
23 at the synagogue.
Ms. Jaffa will speak and
show a movie on the topic of
child abuse in the Jewish
community.
Admission is free and
refreshments will be served.

Technion Society
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Thursday
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PARKING AND ENTRANCE IN REAR

The American Technion
Society Detroit Chapter will
present a Planned Giving
Seminar noon Oct. 29 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Lunch
will be served.
The seminar will feature
Ben Winters, ATS national
chairman of the Planned Giv-
ing Committee, and Stanley
Abrams, national director of
Planned Giving. They will
present opportunities for a
donor to help the Technion
and himself, by maximizing
income and minimizing tax
burdens.
For reservations, call Isaac
Lakritz, 737-1990. There will
be no charge.

Machon Lecture
For Couples

Rabbi Avrohom and Bayla
Jacobovitz will lead a series of
discussions on contemporary
issues facing young Jewish
couples.
The first in the series, en-
titled "To Become One," will
be held 7 p.m. Oct. 21 at
Machon L'Torah. Jewish
engaged couples or singles
seriously committed to each
other are invited. For reserva-
tions, call Machon, 967-0888.

Chris Burke, star of the
ABC television series "Life
Goes On," will be the guest at
a community-wide "Special
Needs Awareness Day"
1:30-3:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center. This program
is designed to assist in-
dividuals with physical and
developmental disabilities
and to create community
awareness of services
available for those with
special needs.
The day will include hands-
on demonstrations of adap-
tive equipment, wheelchair
sports, an art exhibit, health
screenings and information
regarding services for in-
dividuals with special needs.
In addition, there will be in-
formation booths from 30
community organizations
which provide services for
people with a range of special
needs.
Chris Burke, who has
Down's syndrome, will be
signing copies of his new
book, A Special Kind of Hero.
For information, call Leanie
Gunsberg, 661-1000, Ext. 347.

Workmen's Circle
Hosts Speaker

Melvyn Shewach, partner
at BDO Seidman, will speak
to the Workmen's Circle at 8
p.m. Oct. 20 in Oak Park. Mr.
Shewach will speak on how
"Art Makes the Difference" in
our society.
Mr. Shewach will focus on
art in all aspects of our socie-
ty through education, econ-
omic development and
tourism.
The presentation will in-
clude the "Art Makes the Dif-
ference" video produced by
Sue Marx.
This program is made possi-
ble in part by a grant from the
McGregor Fund.

AJCampaign
Meeting Sunday

Dr. Aryeh Nesher, a na-
tionally known motivational
speaker, will address Allied
Jewish Campaign volunteers
on "Soliciting With Heart"
over breakfast, 8:30 a.m.-noon
Oct. 20.
The gathering, at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center's Shiffman
Hall, will focus on the needs
of the 1992 Campaign.
Volunteers can attend an
aerobics workout with Myrna
Partrich, or hear a talk on
"The Joys of Being a Couch
Potato" by Mike Duffy, colum-
nist for the Detroit Free Press.

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