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March 19, 1993 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-19

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Maple-Drake
Senior Events

CHaZaKaH
Haggadah Event

The Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center will hold
Let's Talk Movies 1 p.m.
March 23 to discuss Scent of
a Woman. View the movie on
your own and join the discus-
sion. There is a charge for
non-members.
The Low Vision Support
Group will meet 12:30 p.m.
March 24 at Maple-Drake for
water exercises at the JCC
pool. Transportation is
available from JPM to Maple-
Drake with reservations by
March 22. There is a charge
for non-members.
Yesterday, Today and
Tomorrow, a discussion group,
meets 10:30 a.m. March 25 at
Maple-Drake.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
give a presentation on "The
New Germany" 1 p.m. March
29 at Maple-Drake. There is
a charge for non-members.
The JCC is looking for
creative individuals, ages 55
and older, to participate in
Senior Adult Showcase II:
Creative Endeavors. Ex-
hibitors in the areas of visual
and fine arts, hobbies and
performing arts will par-
ticipate in a community-wide
exhibit which reflects the in-
terests and talents of older
adults 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
May 2. Call 661-1000, Ext..
345, for information.

CHaZaKaH, the Adat Shalom
seniors group, will offer a lun-
cheon and program on "The
Development of the Hag-
gadah" 12:30 p.m. March 26
at the synagogue.
Following luncheon, Esther
Tarnoff Cooper will discuss
the Haggadah and tell "A Dif-
ferent Story About Passover."
Mrs. Cooper is an artist and
art authority who has studied
at Oakland Community Col-
lege, Wayne State University
and the University of
Michigan.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations and information, call
Dorothy Storchan, 557-7804;
or Arthur Schultz, 559-4403.

Zvi Gitelman
Gives Lecture

Zvi Gitelman, professor of
political science at the
University of Michigan, will
be the speaker at the second
annual Shaarey Zedek Korn-
wise Memorial Lecture 2 p.m.
March 21 at the synagogue.
Dr. Gitelman speaks Rus-
sian, Hebrew, Yiddish,
French and Polish and has
published eight books and
over 50 articles. The topic of
this lecture is "Jews in Post-
Communist Eastern Europe:
Opportunities and Dangers."
There is no charge.

BAHM Plans
Breakfast Forum

The Seniors of Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses will hold a
breakfast forum 10:30 a.m.
March 21 at the synagogue.
Health care professionals,
Dawn Zsalako and Yvonne
Batherson, will discuss topics
such as options for the aging,
senior housing.
There is a charge. A con-
tinental breakfast will be
served.

Rabbi Polish

RABBI DANIEL POLISH,

senior rabbi at Temple Beth
El since 1988, will be award-
ed an honorary Doctor of
Divinity degree at the Cincin-
nati campus of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion. The honor marks
the 25th anniversary of his
ordination at the Cincinnati
campus.

DAVID M. DEUTSCH of
Leo Knight Photography
recently competed in the
Mid-East States Affiliated
Photography Exhibition
hosted by the Professional
Photographers of Ohio. All
four photographs he entered
received "blue ribbon"
awards, with one receiving
the third highest score of
prints entered.

STEVEN G. HORWITZ,

formerly of Detroit, has been
named the first faculty
member of St. Lawrence Uni-
versity in Canton, N.Y., to
hold the newly established
Flora Irene Eggleston Facul-
ty Chair. Dr. Horwitz's field is
comparative economics.

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