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April 24, 1992 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-24

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FOR SENIORS

SPRING COLORS OF BENETTON.

Senior Events
At Maple-Drake

THE SPRING 1992 BENETTON AND SISLEY COLLECTIONS,

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AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY'

The Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center in cooper-
ation with Sinai Hospital will
hold a Bereavement Peer Sup-
port Group. Facilitators are Il-
ene Burk and Joanne Zuss-
man. Four weekly meetings
begin 1-2:30 p.m. May 6 in
Room 321. There is no charge.
To register, call Margo
Weitzer, 661-1000.
The Men's Club of the JCC
meets every Monday 10 a.m.
in the Staff Lounge at
Maple-Drake.
A gentle movement exercise
class will offer a full range of
motion exercises designed for
those with movement limita-
tions or vision loss. The class
meets Wednesdays, 11-11:45
a.m. in the Rosenberg Recrea-
tion Complex.
Speech Reading Techniques
class, an eight-session week-
ly course taught in coopera-
tion with the Michigan Deaf,
Hearing and Speech Center,
will instruct adults with
hearing impairments. The
class will meet Mondays,
through June 15, 2:45 p.m. in
Room 239 at Maple-Drake.
There is a fee.
The Senior Adult Depart-
ment of the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center
will host a review of either
Mississippi Masala or Nora
Ephron's This Is My Life 1
p.m. April 28 in Room 239.
Facilitator Sema Shaw will
lead the discussion. There is
a fee for non-Center members.
The Senior Adult Depart-
ment will celebrate Israel's
Independence Day noon-2
p.m. May 4 with a luncheon
followed by entertainment
and folk dancing. There is a
charge for the program.

JPM Seniors
Set Calendar

Weekly drop-in contract
bridge sessions will be offered
at the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center
from 12:30-3 p.m. beginning
May 2. Individuals at all skill
levels are invited to par-
ticipate. Supplies will be pro-
vided and light refreshments
will be served. There is a
charge. For information, call
Diane Sands, 967-4030.
Yiddish Film Series will of-
fer Two Sisters, a classic com-
ic, dramatic, and musical
entertainment 2 p.m. May 3
in Assembly Hall. There is a
fee.
Bingo will be played 2 p.m.
May 10 in Room 15 at a
charge.
Lies My Father Told Me a
movie classic, will be shown 2
p.m May 10 at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris building and
also will be seen 2 p.m. May
17 in Assembly Hall; there is
no charge.
A classical music recital
featuring Adele Kosadayev
and Company will be heard 2
p.m. May 24 in Jaffe Hall.
A new Hearing Loss Sup-
port Group will meet the se-
cond and fourth Friday of
each month 10 a.m.-noon at
the JPM. May meetings will
take place May 1, 8 and 22.
Marilyn Lewis of the Michi-
gan Deaf, Hearing and
Speech Center will facilitate
the group. There is a fee.
Woodcarving skills are
shared by a group of self-
taught craftsmen weekdays 9
a.m.-noon at the JPM.
The Jewish Community
Center in conjunction with
Oakland University's Con-
tinuum Center will host a
three-part workshop on stress
management for mature
women and men.
"Accentuate the Positive"
11Vowbridge Hosts
will
be presented by project
Softball Players
coordinator Mary Lou Stone
The Trowbridge retirement
12:30-2:30 p.m. May 7 and 14
community will host a lun-
and 10 a.m.-noon May 21 at
cheon for the Trowbridge
the JPM.
Tigers and other softball
Sol Granadier will lead a
players in the Michigan
study
group sponsored by the
Senior Softball League April
Yiddish
Culture Club. Mon-
30. The players will join
thly
meetings
focus on the
residents and guests for an
literature, poetry, commen-
all-American afternoon with
tary and philosophy of the
hot dogs, softball trivia and
Jewish people. The next
softball music.
meeting will be 12:30 p.m.
The Tigers players, all of
May 14 at the JPM.
whom are over 70 years old
A federally funded kosher
and Trowbridge residents,
hot lunch program is offered
share an enthusiasm for life
Monday through Friday at
and softball. The community
the JPM.
has sponsored the Tigers
Meals are reserved begin-
team for several years and
ing at 10 a.m. each week day
will provide buses for
on a first come, first served
residents to attend the soft-
basis for persons age 60 and
ball games which begin May
older. A donation of $2 is sug-
7
gested. Call site manager
The Trowbridge is a
Cora Terrell, 968-1260, for
304-apartment retirement
information.
community for active seniors.

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