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March 26, 1993 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-26

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Forum On AIDS
Held At Maple-Drake

The community is invited to
participate in "Even in the
Best of Families . . . A
Jewish Forum on AIDS" 1-4
p.m. March 28 at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The program, which will
focus on the Jewish and
health aspects of this con-
temporary plague, will
include a panel discussion
featuring the views of those
who live with persons with
AIDS, Jewish sources, the
community's response and
the medical perspective. It
will include Rabbi Arnie
Sleutelberg of Congregation
Shir Tikvah; Carolyn
Davidson of Jewish Family
Service; Pola Friedman, a
surviving sister of a person
with AIDS; and Dr. Michael
Snyder, medical director of
infection control at Sinai
Workshops will be held
for children, singles and par-
ents. Topics for adult ses-
sions will include: dis-
cussing AIDS with children, -
human sexuality and dat-

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ing in the '90s. Children's
workshops will focus on
prevention as a mitzvah
and making an AIDS quilt.
The program is sponsored
by the Agency for Jewish
Experiences For Families,
Hospice for Southeastern
Michigan, the Jewish
Community Center, Jewish
Family Service, the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, The Jewish News,
the Michigan Jewish Aids
Coalition (MJAC), Parents
and Friends of Lesbians
and Gays (PFLAG), SIM-
CHA and Sinai Hospital.
Sponsoring congregations
include: Adat Shalom
Synagogue; Beth Israel

Congregation - Ann Arbor;
the Birmingham Temple;
Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses,
Beth Shalom, B'nai Moshe,
Shaarey Zedek and Shir
Tikvah; and Temples Beth
El, Emanu-El, Israel, Kol
Ami and Shir Shalom.
Babysitting is available
for a fee. For reservations
or information, call Leanie
Gunsberg at the JCC, 661-

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Is Program Topic

"Funny, You Don't Look
Like a Jewish Mother:
Defining Today's Jewish
Mother" will be the focus of
the Food for Thought break-
fast 9:30 a.m. March 31 at
the Eugene and Marcia
Applebaum Jewish
Parenting Center.
Harlene Appelman will
address what it's like to be
a Jewish mother in today's
world, both as a parent and
as a professional educator
at the gathering sponsored
by the Jewish Federation
Women's Division.
Food for Thought is a
forum to educate the partic-
ipants on important Jewish
issues and to reach out to
women not yet involved in
Federation's Women's
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9:30 a.m. with breakfast at
9:45 and the program at
10:15 a.m.
There is a charge for the
event, and there will be no
solicitation of gifts. For
reservations or information
about Food for Thought,
call Ellen Krivchenia, 642-


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