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February 28, 1992 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-28

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Glatt Kosher

In Today's Economy

Why Gamble? Stick with the Best!

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OUR MANY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE GUARANTEES YOU THE
FINEST HOTELS, FOOD AND SERVICE AT AFFORDABLE PRICES
Children's and Singles' Rates Drastically Reduced!

From

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Short stays available

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Featuring Stuart Morginstin of
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All Passover packages

include luxury accommodations,
3 gourmet meals daily, 2 traditional Seders, religious
services, entertainment and planned activities.

*All our Hotels will be Glatt Kosher & under strict Orthodox Rabbinic _ al supervision of
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$ 269

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"CARMEN"

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$ 54

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or NOV. 27-DEC. 1

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Geared for High-School and College youth, age 13 to
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Women's League
Sets Youth Awards

Amit Women
Cooking Event

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit will host its
47th annual Youth Awards
program 1:30 p.m. March 1 at
B'nai David Synagogue. A
reception will follow the
awards ceremony.
The 24 semi-finalists, each
a graduating high school
senior, have demonstrated
academic excellence, con-
tinued their religious educa-
tion and are actively par-
ticipating in community ser-
vice. Each candidate is being
sponsored by a community
organization. In addition,
each senior has written an
essay on the 1992 theme, "Be-
ing Jewish: How It Enhances
Or Detracts From My Life,"
and has appeared for an inter-
view before a panel of five
judges.
The speaker will be Joanna
Abramson, a previous award
winner. Betty Silverfarb will
speak and make a special
presentation.
The 24 semi-finalists are:
Todd Helfman of Oak Park;
Marci Bloch, Amy Gantz,
Jeremy Grant, Deborah Kov-
sky, Rachel Lawson and Mara
Leichman of West Bloomfield;
Kevin Agrest, Ben Beres,
Lauren Dworkin, Yael Ebens-
tein, Elana Harris, Mara
Melamed and Marjorie White
of Southfield; Jennifer An-
chill, Rochelle Broder,
Bradley Dock, Charles Orns-
tein, Benjamin Pinsky and
Amy Sonne of Farmington
Hills; Joanna Voight of Troy;
Alex Adronov of Windsor and
Robert Kamins and Matthew
Matasar of Bloomfield Hills.

Amit Women, Batya
Chapter, will hold their third
Kosher Cooking With Class.
"Wonderful Eats" with
Florine Mark of Weight Wat-
chers, Inc., will be held 7 p.m.
March 3 at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.
There is a charge, and reser-
vations are necessary. For in-
formation, call Sheila Guyer,
557-4685.
All monies raised by Amit
Women, Batya Chapter, are
directed to educational in-
stitutions, Youth Aliyah
Villages and other social ser-
vices provided by Amit in
Israel.

New Managers
At Chabad Mikvah

The Bais Chabad Ehrmann
Family Community Mikvah
will be under the manage-
ment of the Bais Chabad
Torah Center Sisterhood.
To arrange for an appoint-
ment at the Mikvah, call
Sarah, 788-2552. For classes
on Jewish family purity, call
Chaya Sora Silberberg,
626-1807.

Raquella Hadassah
Holds Meeting

Raquela Hadassah will
meet 7:45 p.m. March 3 at the
home of Debbie Supowit in
Farmington Hills. A discus-
sion on women's health issues
will take place. The speaker
will be Dr. Alvin
Schoenberger from Sinai
Hospital.
For information, call Deb-
bie Supowit, 489-7017.

Glennwood ORT
Sets Meeting

Glennwood Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
have its next general meeting
7:30 p.m. March 25 at Willow
Park Apts. Clubhouse, 28765
Franklin Rd., Southfield.
Arnie Weiner, director of
BBYO, and his students will
explain "The March of the
Living," a mission through
Poland.
For information, call June
Rubenstein, 642-3653.

Hadassah Groups
Hear Speaker

The Bloomfield Hills and
Tikvah Groups of Hadassah
will hold a joint meeting
11:45 a.m. March 10 at
Hadassah House.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
speak on "The Fall of Com-
munism: What Does It Mean
For Israel and the Jews?"
There will be a luncheon.
There is a charge.
For reservations by March
1, call Sue Luria, 737-9332; or
Bea Breiner, 626-8415.

Women And Choice:
Program Slated

Edwina Davis of Planned
Parenthood and Carol King of
the Michigan Abortion
Rights Action League will
speak on "The Death of Roe
vs. Wade" at 7:30 p.m. March
5 at North Park Towers in
Southfield.
For more information, call
Linda Soberman at 398-8907
or Arlene Victor at 851-0984.

Mitzvah Chapter
Goes Bowling

B'nai B'rith Women Mitz-
vah Chapter will hold a bowl-
ing night Feb. 29 open to all
women 20s-40s and their
guests.
For information, call Sherry
Kanter, 547-2444.

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