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October 01, 1993 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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Temple Emanu-El students in
the religious school's Kitah
Aleph (1st Grade) will partici-
pate in a service of consecration
as part of erev Simchat Torah
observance 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6, fol-
lowing a family dinner.
Celebrating the formal be-
ginning of their Jewish studies
are: Jesse Bean, Lisa Berko-
witz, Michelle Blum, Nathaniel
Brennan, Michael Burda,
Jamie Cohen, Valerie Efros, Re-
becca Fealk, Megan Fidler,
Amanda Foster, Joshua Frank,
Ryan Gottlieb, Paul Green,
Joshua Hazan, Daniel Hulbert,
Jessica Hull, Sarah Kahn, Re-
becca Klein, Andrea Kotler,
Joshua Loeb, Eric Mally, Aaron
Markovitz, Beth Milton, Renee
Milton, Daniel Needle, Steve
Olender, Jordan Patchak,
Rachel Robinson, Rebecca
Robinson, Rebecca Rosenbaum,
Carla Schechter, Sara Selitsky,
Eric Silver, Kyle Tasman, Jef-
frey Tessler, Anne Thomas, Al-
lie Tucker, Michael White,
Michael Zavier.

Children's Group
Plans Events

The Birmingham Jewish Chil-
dren's group has put together a
fall/winter schedule of events
for boys and girls ages 4-12.
The Sukkah Experience with
pizza and ice cream will be Sun-
day, Oct. 3 at the home of the
Kohns, 871 N. Glenhurst, Birm-
ingham.
The Jewish Children's Book
exhibit and reading time will be
Nov. 7. Dec. 12 will be a
Chanukah rally. On Jan. 2 chil-
dren can play games the Jew-
ish way. On Feb. 6 there will be
a special story hour video with
refreshments and prizes.
There is a charge for each
event. The times are 2-3:30 p.m.
All events, except the first, will
take place at the Baldwin Pub-
lic Library, 300 W. Merrill.
Parents are invited to par-
ticipate. There will be prizes to
those who attend all five events.
For information call Rabbi
Polter, 544-8639.

Temple Plans
Story Hour

A Shabbat Story Hour is set for
11 a.m.-noon Oct. 16 at the
Birmingham Temple. This will
be a time for parents and young
children to celebrate a cultural
and Humanistic Shabbat to-
gether, for children ages 3 to 6
with their parents.

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