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February 26, 1993 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-02-26

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The Detroit Zionist Federation
cordially invites you
to attend the
First Annual

Torah, Purim
At B'nai Moshe

Zionist of the Year Dinner

honoring with pride
Three Outstanding Zionist Women

ANNE M MESKIN SELYN NOVECK

Hadassah

Na'Amat USA

ANNE CONTE SILVER

Zionist Organization of America

at
Congregation Beth Achim
Thursday
6:30 p.m. Reception
March 25, 1993
7:00 p.m. Dinner

Guest Speaker

SEYMOUR REICH

President, American Zionist Movement

Ann Barnett
Joe Medved

Dinner Committee
Harmon Bayer
Chair
Saul Reubin
Sara Schiff

Vivian Stollman
Leon Warshay

For information and reservations, call 353-8828

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

PURIM LAS VEGAS NIGHT

21 and over

Saturday, March 6th 8:00 p.m.

Jewish Community Center
Maple/Drake Building

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Admission: $7.00 or FREE with the purchase
of ten $1 .00 raffle tickets

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• BLACK JACK • ROULETTE • CRAPS
• WHEEL GAMES • RAFFLE

GRAND PRIZE DRAWING: Round trip for two to Las Vegas

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Courtesy of Hamilton, Miller, Hudson and Fayne Travel Company

License No. M-23022

For more information call

661-1000, ext. 315.

Zeidan Atashi

Temple Israel
Hosts Atashi

Zeidan Atashi will address
the congregation at services 8
p.m. March 5 at Temple
Israel, speaking on "Chances
of Co-existence for Different
People in the Middle East."
Mr. Atashi is an Israeli Druze
Arab who is the education
minister's adviser on Druze
education. He served two
terms in the Knesset and is a
former member of Israel's
diplomatic corps in the New
York consulate and the
United Nations delegation.
His party's platform em-
phasizes electoral reform and
an active Mideast process and
he is involved in working
toward improved Israeli
Jewish-Arab relations.

Shir Shalom
Plans Class

Temple Shir Shalom and
Midrasha will offer a five-part
course titled "Finding God —
A Spiritual Search," taught
by Rabbi Dannel Schwartz
7:30-8:30 p.m. at Shir
Shalom. Classes will meet
March 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30.
Utilizing material from
Kabbalah and philosophers
such as Buber, Heschel, and
Mordecai Kaplan, the course
will delve into the meaning of
God in our lives, in prayer,
and in Jewish practice.
Advance registration is re-
quired, and there is a tuition
fee. For registration informa-
tion, call the temple,
737-8700, or Midrasha,
354-1050.

Rabbi Talks
On Humanism

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
describe the philosophy and
the programs of the Birm-
ingham Temple and of
Humanistic Judaism at a
gathering 8 p.m. March 3 in
the temple.

The Adult Education Cor
mittee of Congregation B'rr,I
Moshe will sponsor a Shabb
Sha-boom skills workshc
titled "The Torah Servic
8-9:30 p.m. March 3 at ti
synagogue. This class will I
taught by Rabbi Ellic
Pachter, Cantor Louis Kle
and the Sha-boomers.
There is no charge for th
program.
There will be a Puri.
workshop sponsored by tt
L.I.F.E. Program ar
Sisterhood of Congregatic
B'nai Moshe 9:45 a.m.-2 p.r
March 7 at the synagogue.ii
The morning will include
look at the megillah
special educational session
for adults and children.
day will continue with a dai.
lunch followed by a Puri ]
shpiel (play) titled The Trice
of Haman.
Come in a Purim costume
pictures will be taken
Shalach manot will be macl
you can attach your pictui
and give them to people in
community.
There is a charge. For info
mation and reservations, ca
the synagogue office
788-0600.

Beth Achim
Plans Events

Congregation Beth Achim i
conjunction with the Mic
rasha College of Jewis,
Studies will present the BooJ
Bites Dinner Study Serie
6-7:30 p.m. March 2 at th
synagogue.
The dinner study series, le
by Rabbi Martin Berman, i
designed for the conveniencI
of those en route home fronli
the workplace. Rabbi Bermai
will explore five major book)
and their impact on JudaisM
The following is the schedul
of dates and topics.
• March 2 — "The Bible: -
The Least Read Best Seller
What Is the Bible and Has'
Can We Read It Today?"
• March 9 — "The Talmud
Keeping Torah Alive ant
Talking."
• March 16 — "The GuidE
for the Perplexed: MaimonI
ides and Aristotle."
• March 23 — "The
Shulkhan Arukh: Setting the
Table for Judaism."
• March 30 — "Iqerei
Moshe: Rabbis Talk Today."
There is a charge. Tc
register or for information
call the Midrasha office
354-1050.
Purim at Congregation
Beth Achim will b e.
celebrated 7 p.m. March F

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