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May 07, 1993 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-07

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What to Expect from

Temple Plans
Caring Retreat

l■ Fine designer furniture - the latest

looks, lines and colors
20 professional designers on staff
Elegant accessories for every taste
Unique and unusual gifts for all

Visit Sherwood...
it's worth it!

0 Courteous service, always
Complimentary gift wrapping
Bridal registry
l ■ Always 20% off mfr. sugg. retail

6644 Orchard Lake Road
at Maple Road

Mon-Thur-Fri 10-9
Tue-Wed-Sat 10-6
Sun 12-5



Cordially Invites you to our annual

Installation Meeting and Program



Harpist Extraordinaire
A Potpourri of Music and Song

THURSDAY • MAY 20, 1993
12:00 Noon

Carole Kaftan - Past President/Installing Officer

Congregation Beth Abraham-Hillel-Moses

5075 W. Maple Road • West Bloomfield, Michigan

Open to the community. Bring your friends and family!

Light Lunch

Donation $3.00
to Charlotte Edelheit, President • 557-7408
or Evelyn Noveck, Program Vice President • 661-1642


The Newmans

Israel Bonds
Honors Newmans

Sharon and Charles Newman
will be the honorees at the
Greater Ann Arbor State of
Israel Bonds dinner 6 p.m.
May 23 at the Radisson on
the Lake, 1275 South Huron
Street in Ypsilanti. The New-
mans will receive the Israel
Unity Award for their efforts
on behalf of Israel and the
Jewish community. Last
year's honorees — Drs. Geral-
dine and Sheldon Markel —
will serve as dinner chairs.
Sharon is involved in both
Jewish and civic affairs. She,
along with Charles, are
founders of thg Jewish Com-
munity Center of Washtenaw
County — where she has serv-
ed on the board and as
treasurer. She is a past board
member of the United Jewish
Appeal (UJA) and has par-
ticipated as a volunteer in the
Israel Defense Forces through
the Volunteers for Israel Pro-
gram. Sharon is the assisant
chair for administration of
the UJA's campaign cabinet.
She also runs the Maccabi
program at the Jewish Com-
munity Center and is a
member of ORT and
Charles is the president of
ReCellular, Inc. and Demand
Publishing, Inc. and is a prin-
cipal in the Newman Group.
Active in community affairs
as well, Charles is a member
of the executive committee of
the International Hillel Com-
mission; a board member of
the UJA Federation and coor-
dinator of the Ann Arbor
President's Club. His past ser-
vice includes president and
vice president of finance of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter; board member of the
Hillel Foundation at the
University of Michigan;
founder of the Celebration of
Jewish Arts; treasurer of the
Jewish Community Council
and the United Jewish
For dinner reservations, call
Gerry Berkal at the Israel
Bonds office, 352-6555.

Temple Beth Emeth in Ann
Arbor, will host "Caring in
the Cycle of Our Lives — A
Weekend Retreat" June
The weekend will feature a
Friday evening sermon and
Saturday morning keynote
address by Rabbi Kerry Olit-
zky, director of the School of
Education and of the Gradu-
ate Studies Program at He-
brew Union College — Jewish
Institute of Religion in New
York City.
Rabbi Olitzky's address will
be followed by workshops
about caring for ourselves
and for others including
children, adolescents and the
elderly. The facilitators will
be clergy members, social
workers and therapists. The
program will end with Hav-
dalah and a Closing Circle,
and will also include a Kid-
dish and lunch.
The retreat is open to the
public. The charge includes
lunch, coffee, and bagels.
Childcare will be provided for
a fee. Call the 'Temple office,
665-4744, to reserve space.

Ann Arbor JCC
Sets Open House

The Washtenaw County Corn-
munity Center Pre-school
will hold an open house 9-11
a.m., May 12.
Refreshments will be

Family Outings
Is Event Focus

The Eugene and Marcia Ap-
plebaum Jewish Parenting
Center will host Ellyce Field,
Detroit News Kids Stuff col-
umnist and author of Kids'
Catalog of Michigan Adven-
tures, for a look at things to do
and places to go with the
whole family 7:30-9 p.m. May
20 at the Parenting Center.
Ms. Field will focus on suc-
cessful strategies for travel-
ing with children and offer a
guide's look at unique metro
Detroit sites, seasonal events,
Michigan day trips, overnight
vacations and out-of-the-way
explorations, as well as
special sites for Jewish
This event is open to the
public, and there is no fee.
Call the Parenting Center,
681-5353 and reserve your

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