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April 03, 1992 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-03

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To Remember

Registration

Name

only biblical statement for
the rite of circumcision and is
described in the context of
childbirth. As a rite of
passage, the liturgy expresses
the hope that the child being
initiated into the covenant
will, in due course, enter into
the study of Torah, enter the
marriage canopy (chuppah)
and into a life of good deeds
and good acts (ma'asim
tovim).

Teach Me Why:
Transmitting
Values Through
The Generations

And Be
Remembered

Return Tb:

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Oak Park, MI 48237
by April 6, 1992

Tilesday April 14 7:30-9:00 pm

I will attend the following workshops:
Please check:

Teitel Federation Apts.
15106 West Ten Mile Road
Oak Park

Learn how to generate
meaningful discussions that
will help families clarify
their personal values.

Beth El
Sets Class

April 14 Teach Me Why



May 5 Show Me My Family



May 12 Tell Me Your Stories

Presenter



Patricia A. Milner, MST
Administrator, Teitel JFA
Jewish Educator

June 9 Hand Me More Than Just
A Photo Album

4 Interactive, Hands-on workshops on
preserving family histories,

Chairperson Rose Kaplan

Jewish Federation Apartments, Inc.
IN COOPERATION WITH The Jewish News

IS RAVING ABOUT?

Share The Great Memories
Of Growing Up In The 1920s

Rabbi Yaacov Gregg, special
projects director of the Na-
tional Conference of
Synagogue Youth (NCSY)
will teach "Introduction to
Rabbinic Literature" 8-9 p.m.
April 13-May 18 at Temple
Beth El. Co-sponsor for the
class is the Midrasha-College
of Jewish Studies.
Rabbi Gregg comes to
Detroit from Los Angeles
where he was affiliated with
Yeshiva Toras Emes as an
educator and developer of
special needs curricula. A
graduate of Ner Israel Rab-
binical College in Baltimore
where he received smicha in
1987, Rabbi Gregg has-work-
ed as NCSY special projects
director.
For information, call Tem-
ple Beth El, 851-1100; or
Midrasha, 352-7117.

The Birmingham Temple
will hold its Million Dollar
Auction II 6:45 p.m April 11.
Guests will bid on visits to
the media, vacations,
autographed sports equip-
ment and fashion items.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed; door prizes will be award-
ed. A jitney to additional
parking areas will be provid-
ed. There is an admission
donation.



DO
YOU
HAVE
THE BOOK THAT ALL DETROIT

Yaacov Gregg

Birmingham Temple
Plans Auction Event

Phone

Attendance is by advance
registration only. Space is limited.



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