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May 08, 1992 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-08

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I ENTERTAINMENT

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Give someone another golden day .. .

Fine
Italian-American
Cuisine

• Lunches • Dinners
• Cocktails

Enjoy Homemade Authentic
Fresh Italian Specialties

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Pasta at Picano's Made From Old World Recipes.
Breads & Desserts Made Daily at Picands.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
PINO MARELLI Tues., Thurs. & Fri.
SUSAN WOODLAND At the Piano Sat.
Banquet Rooms
Open 7 Days
Mon.-Thurs. 11 to 10:30
Up To 100

Fri. & Sat.
Sun.

11 to 11:30
12 to 10:00

Off-Premises Catering
Available

3775 ROCHESTER RD. • Troy

'A Mile N. of Big Beaver & 1.75

689-8050

ArlarOMfeaTig! arAriedife gziN.

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Painting Workshop
Set For Birmingham

1110111.

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COUPON I

6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD., WEST BLOOMFIELD
ORCHARD MALL-ORCHARD LAKE RD. & MAPLE
ORIENTAL AND CONTINENTAL CUISINE
851.6400

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY

THIS SUNDAY

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TREAT MOTHER TO AN EATING
- EXPERIENCE FROM OUR REGULAR
MENU OR ONE OF THESE SPECIALS
years

• 13.13-61 BEEF RIBS
$7.95
• BROILED FILET OF PICKEREL ...$9.95
• SPICY PEKING LAMB
$8.50

Specials Not Good With
Other Discounts or Promotions

Specials Expire 5-15-92 i
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Dine In Only

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Pistoutte. Di

IN MARKET STREET SHOPPES, 29400 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield
358.0344

Presents

A Special Menu She'll Love

MOTHER'S
DAY

Dinners From 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Reservations Required

Jane's
Place

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Casual Dining at Popular Prices in an Intimate Cafe Setting
25861 LAHSER AT CIVIC CENTER DRIVE • SOUTHFIELD

354-3640

• Lunch Specials

MON:THURS. II a.m.-8 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. II a.m.-9 p.m.. Closed Sun.

• Evening Specials

COMPLETE DINNERS $ 5, 95

Starting At

majestic sand castles . .
sparkling waters .. .
another chance.

Please give blood.

+ American Red Cross

Blood Services
Southeastern Michigan Region

WHAT IS P'TACH?

Parents for Torah for All Children.
"P'TACH," is a national non-profit
organization which provides secular and
Jewish education for children with learning
disabilities who are enrolled in our schools.
Before P'TACH existed, the doors of
almost all day schools were indeed closed
to children with all levels of learning
disabilities, and the parents of these special
children were often frustrated by a
community that failed to recognize the need
for providing special educational programs
in our schools. Now, through P'TACH, the
doors of our schools are "OPEN" to all
our children.

The Michigan branch, P'TACH of

Michigan, Inc., was founded in May of
1979 by a group of parents, lay people and
professionals in fields related to special
education. Our main . objective is to provide
special education for learning disabled
children with the goal of mainstreaming
them into regular classrooms whenever
possible. Today, P'TACH has grown to
serve over twenty children in its two
programs. Unfortunately, due to a lack of
financial resources, children are currently
on a waiting list to enter P'TACH's
programs.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
P'TACH of Mich., Inc.

25311 Ronald Court
Oak Park, Michigan, 48237

(313) 399-6281

All donations are tax deductible

"Painting in the Garden: A
Watercolor Workshop" will be
presented by the Community
House in Birmingham as a
three-session class 9:30 a.m.
2 p.m. May 11, 18 and June 1.
Two sessions will be held at
Hughes Gardens on Lahser
Road south of Ten Mile in
Southfield. There is a charge.
People may register by calling
the program department,
644-5832.
The class will consist of a
studio session as well as the
outdoor painting experience.
A slide presentation, criti-
ques, demonstrations, discus-
sions concerning composition
and design, painting tips and
individualized assistance will
all be included.
Students should bring a pic-
nic lunch from home so they
can take a break from their
painting and socialize.

Schools Stage
Teen-Age Trilogy

The Southfield Education
Action Committee (SEAC)
and the Education Commit-
tee of Hope United Methodist
Church, in conjunction with
Southfield High and
Southfield-Lathrup high
schools, are sponsoring Our

Generation: A Teen-age
Trilogy., The 8:15 p.m. perfor-

mances will be at Southfield
May 8, 9 and Southfield-
Lathrup May 15, 16.
This production is a com-
pilation of one-act plays,
monologues, dance and music,
all directed to teen-agers and
their parents. The messages
are intended to raise
awareness, educate, motivate
and entertain.
For ticket information, call
Robert Douglas, 356-1020.

OCC Hosts
Chamber Ensemble

The Fine Arts Committee of
the Auburn Hills Campus of
Oakland Community College
will present the Lyric
Chamber Ensemble in con-
cert 8 p.m. May 15.
The Lyric Chamber Ensem-
ble will feature three musi-
cians: pianist, Fedora
Horowitz, founder and ar-
tistic director of the Lyric
Chamber Ensemble; Marcy
Chanteaux, assistant prin-
cipal cellist for the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra; and
Theodore Oien, principal
clarinetist of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra.
For ticket information call
OCC, 340-6817.

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