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September 11, 1992 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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raise money for the com-
• munity service. Participants
will walk west on Civic
Center Drive to Telegraph
Road and then return. They
can walk as little as one mile
or the complete six-mile-
course.
.0.. Individuals can register
for $5 and families for $10.
In addition to raising
money for programming,
SPACE hopes the walk-a-
thon will raise consciousness
within the community.

"The two-parent family in
the United. States has
become a minority," Irma
Starr, director of SPACE,
said. "Synagogues and
communities still tend to
think in terms of two-parent
families. Changing families
are a strain on everyone, in-
cluding the schools. We need
to address those changes!'
For more information on
the walk-a-thon or SPACE
programs, contact the
NCJW, 258-6606.

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Russian Couples Joined
n Jewish Tradition

LESLEY PEARL

Staff Writer

N

early 40 years ago
Geuya and Anatoliy
Tsyplyakov were
married. Sunday they
renewed their vows in the
. Jewish tradition.
Six other couples of the
. former Soviet Union joined
the Tsyplyakovs in the
Charlotte M. Rothstein Park
in Oak Park at 2 p.m. About
200 members of the com-
munity attended — several
volunteering to hold the
. seven chuppahs. Each couple
had a rabbi perform the
- ceremony individually.
Rabbi Yitzchak Kagan,
master of ceremonies, said
he offered the couples not
0 only freedom from oppres-
• sion, but freedom to do the

Correction



Mabel Kamens
(obituaries, Sept. 4) is
survived by her daughter,
Mrs. Ralle Rothman of
Oak Park.

positive — to live life within
the traditions of Torah. Each
couple accepted the offer, go-
ing to the mikvah prior to
the ceremony and learning
the Jewish laws of marriage.
In February 1992 the
Tsyplyakovs arrived in the
United States. Mr.
Tsyplyakov began attending
the Friends of Refugees of
Eastern Europe (F.R.E.E.)
synagogue at the Jewish
Community Center in Oak
Park. He approached Rabbi
Yosef Mishulovin of the
F.R.E.E. synagogue about a
Jewish ceremony for him
and his wife.
"We were a bit ignorant
toward religion," Mrs.
Tsyplyakov said. "In the
former Soviet Union it was
forbidden. We knew of a
chuppah celebration but we
had never experienced it."
"Step by step we got famil-
iar with the Jewish way of
life — finding the Jew-
ishness within us," Mrs.
Tsyplyakov added.
Mrs. Tysplyakov re-
members of the tallit and
tefillin her father used. She
remembers the candles her

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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