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October 01, 1993 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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TH

able, subject to a wrathful re-
action from the Almighty (refer
to Devarim. 28).
The alternative to unhappi-
ness with our lives is for us to
demonstrate prominently that
our lives are happy, enjoyable
experiences. Thus, immediately
following the sobriety of the
Rosh Hashanah — Yom Kip-
pur, judgement-atonement de-
pression, the Holy One Blessed
be He gave us a few days to re-
fresh ourselves (i.e. put up the
sukkah and purchase the lulav-
etrog set) and then commanded
us to engage in happiness and
joy.
Breathe deeply, parade
around the bimah from which
the Torah is read, showing off
your beautiful and odoriferous
lulav set. The Talmud compares
our lulav service to a victorious
army just returned from battle,
decorated by their king for their
success and paraded before the
populace in royal splendor.
So too, we, who have just
emerged unscathed from our
days in the heavenly court.
We pray that this New Year
5754 will bring the fulfillment
of the many prophecies read in
recent weeks, predicting peace,
security, happiness and good
health for all of mankind. ❑



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Sunday, October 17
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon

I ADULT PROGRAMS I

9:00 - 9:30 am

9:30- 10:15 am

COFPEE AND REGISTRATION

OPENING PANEL

at United Hebrew Schools Building
21550 West Twelve Mile Road - Southfield

CONCURRENT DISCUSSION GROUPS (CONT'D)

Session B:

PERSONAL EXPERIENCES WITH
INCLUSION. Recommendations
and strategies for implementing
inclusion for your child

Session C:

EFFECTIVE PARENTING. Techniques
for children with Learning Disabilities
and Attention Deficit Disorder

Session D:

GRANT PROPOSALS FROM A TO Z.
Specific strategies for acquiring and
maintaining a grant

Session E:

GETTING HELP. Accessing resources
and services for people with serious
mental illness

Session F:

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS. Helping people
with disabilities reach their dreams
by providing support and assistance

YOU ARE THE EXPERTS:

Personal Reflections on Meeting
Life's Challenges

Moderator:

Larry Ziffer

Director of Planning and Agency Relations
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

MAINTAINING MOMENTUM:
Sustaining one's energy and perspective
while facing day to day challenges
Calvin Lippitt

President, Oakland County Alliance for the
Mentally III

Chairman of the Board and former CEO of
SelectCare HMO

LETTING GO:

Enabling oneself to meet the challenges of
a difficult journey from dependence to
independence
Marsha Alfafara
President/Consultant of Praxis
Communications, an advocacy group for
the developmentally disabled
Currently on contract as "Circle of Friends"
Coordinator/Facilitator for ARC of Oakland
County

Shir Shalom
Study Program

Temple Shir Shalom's "For
Adults Only," a Jewish study
program with lessons in spiri-
tuality and personal growth,
will begin its fall classes Oct. 4.
The following courses will be
offered: Oct. 4-26 — Influence
of Jews in American Music with
Cantor Berman; Oct. 9 —
Kamikazee Hebrew (Hebrew in
one day) with Rabbi Schwartz;
Oct. 11 — Introduction to Ju-
daism with Cantor Berman;
Oct. 12 — Introduction to Ju-
daism with Dena Sanders; Oct.
12 — Ten Good Reasons to be
Jewish with Rabbi Schwartz.
Also Oct. 13 — Beginner He-
brew and Intermediate Hebrew;
Oct. 14 — Kamikazee Hebrew
Part II with Alan Lowen; Oct.
14 — Conversational Hebrew
(for all ages) with Narda Oz.
Cosponsored classes with
Midrasha include: Oct. 13 —
Intermediate Yiddish; Oct. 13
— Art of Hebrew Calligraphy
and Oct. 14 — Beginner, Con-
tinuing Yiddish, all with Rabbi
Davidson.
Adult bar/bat mitzvah class-
es are also being offered. Reg-
istration will be at 6:30-7:30
p.m. Oct. 4, 12, 13, 14. For in-
formation, call the education of-
fice, 737-8700.

FAM LY

CREATING CHOICES:
Developing and implementing a plan for
independent living
Mary Lou Herrold
Recipient of a McKinney Grant for
development of an apartment complex
for adults with developmental disabilities

10:35 - noon

Session A:

CONCURRENT DISCUSSION GROUPS

SPECIAL GRANDPARENTS,
SPECIAL CHILDREN. Sharing
ideas and experiences relating to
the unique challenges facing
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special needs

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