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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-07

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SYNAGOGUES

Emanu-EI Plans
Review, Shabbaton

IN 1912, 35 JEWISH NEIGHBORS
BANDED TOGETHER
IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TB.

Rabbi David Feder of Tem-
ple Emanu-El will review Lit-

tle Man: Meyer Lansky and
the Gangster Life 10 a.m. Feb.
9 at the temple.
There is no charge.
The Temple Emanu-El
Outreach Committee will pre-
sent a Shabbaton: "Making
Shabbat Your Own," 9:30
a.m.-5 p.m. Feb. 15 at the
temple.
The Shabbaton will begin
with Torah study, followed by
Shabbat morning service.
Participants will conclude the
day with Havdalah.
The Shabbaton is open to
the community; there is a
charge, which includes lunch
and a snack.
For information, call the
temple, 967-4020.

Temple Plans
Two Programs

The Birmingham Temple
will hold a Shabbat story
hour 11 a.m.-noon, Feb. 8 and
March 7.
There is no charge.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
present the second of two
talks on the theme Jewish
philosophers of Humanism
8:30 p.m. Feb. 10 at the
temple.
He will discuss Martin
Buber, from a new biography
by Maurice Friedman, En-

counter On The Narrow
Ridge. A discussion will
follow; there is a charge.

Synagogue Holds
Youth Shabbat

Congregation Beth Achim
will hold its annual Shabbat
Hanoar (Youth Shabbat) Feb.
8.
Youth will lead services
beginning at 8:45 a.m. A
family luncheon will follow.
Reservations are required
for the luncheon; call the
synagogue office, 352-8670.
Participants will include:

LAHAV U.S.Y. (9th-12th Grade)
Marjorie White, Jason Wein-
traub, Etan Berman, Neil Sitron,
Ed Friedman, Robyn Beresh,
Andrew Harris, Danny Gold-
stein, Nate Berman, Ron Litt-
man, Steve Levich.
KADIMA (6th-8th Grade)
Shari Katz, Philip Rubin, Suzan
Kass, Marc Berman, Emily
Hollenberg, Tamar Berman,
Michael Schostak, David Lerner.
B'NAI MAZAL (3rd-5th Grade)
Steven Schostak, An Berman,
Scott Kass, Jason Szakal,
Joshua Kimmel, Matthew
Feldman, Michael Lerner.
NITZANIM (Ages 3-7)
Elizabeth Gordon, David Gor-
don, A.J. Schostak, Colin
Boocker, Pele Browner, Emily
Kimmel, Danny Diskin.

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