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March 13, 1992 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-13

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Blanche Brant and Helen
Brown, both of West Bloom-
field, have been appointed
chairwomen of Congregation
B'nai David's 100th Anniver-
sary Committee.
Mrs. Brant has been a
member of B'nai David for 30
years. She has served on the
executive board of the
sisterhood in many capacities,
including president.
Mrs. Brown has been a
B'nai David member for 25
years. An active sisterhood
member, she served as presi-
dent for four years.
Both women are members
of B'nai David's New
Building Steering Committee
and have served on the
synagogue's Israel Bond Din-
ner and Jewish " National
Fund Brunch committees.
In celebration of B'nai
David's centennial, the chair-
women are planning a
weekend of festivities April
30-May 30. Events include: a
cantorial concert April 30
followed by an afterglow
social; Shabbat dinner and
Oneg May 1 hosted by the
B'nai David Young Leader-
ship; services dedicated to the
children of the congregation
May 2; and dinner dance
celebration May 3 honoring
all past presidents.
For information, call Mrs.
Brant and Mrs. Brown at the
synagogue, 557-8210.

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Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its annual family
megillah reading 7 p.m.
March 18.
Synagogue teen-agers will
read the megillah. Children
are urged to wear Purim
costumes. Youngsters will
receive groggers, and there
will be refreshments.
Reading the megillah this
year will be Owen Alterman,
Bradley Dock, Yaneev Golom-
bek, Jeremy Gordon, _Erica
Guyer, Mara Leichtman,
Jeremy Lubin, Sarah Tigay
and Aaron Weiss. Charles
Ornstein, Wendy Betel and
Rachel Lawson will introduce
the readings.

Rabbi David Ellenson will
be scholar-in-residence at
Temple Israel in honor of
Teachers' Sabbath, March
13-15. The weekend's theme
will be "Quest for Spirituali-
ty."
Rabbi Ellenson will address
the congregation on
"Teaching — A Traditional
Role in Contemporary
Times" 8 p.m. March 13. At
Saturday morning services,
Rabbi Ellenson will speak on
themes relating to Purim and
Passover. Following services,
at a luncheon and workshop,
he will focus on "The Hag-
gadah — Traditional and
Reform Practices."
Rabbi Ellenson will speak
at a Brotherhood breakfast
9:30 a.m. March 15. His topic
will be "American Judaism in
the Year 2001."
A native of Brookline,
Mass:, David Ellenson was
graduated from the College of
William and Mary and then
earned advanced degrees at
the University of Virginia, at
Hebrew Union College (where
he was ordained in 1976) and
at Columbia University.
He is the author of two
books that concentrate on the
development of contemporary
Orthodox Judaism.
This weekend has been
made possible by a contribu-
tion from Bernice and Dr.
Allen Berlin. For information
and reservations for the lun-
cheon and workshop, call
Temple Israel, 661-5700.

Memory Lane
Event Planned

The Centennial Committee
of Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses will sponsor a "Trip
Down Memory Lane" 11:30
a.m. March 29.
Planned are a guided bus
tour through old Jewish
Detroit and a visit and walk
through some past homes of
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses.
Buses will depart and
return to the synagogue. The
cost includes a snack.
For reservations by March
20, call Risha Rothberger,
489-5426.

Purim Plans
At Beth El

Temple Beth El's megillah
reading will be 7 p.m. March
18.
Costumed clergy and par-
ticipants from the Married
Group and Young People's
Society will perform skits in
keeping with the holiday. A
costume parade will precede
the service and refreshments
will follow.

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