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November 05, 1993 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-05

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Beth Achim
Youth Events

The Youth Department of Con-
gregation Beth Achim has
events planned for the month
of November.
On Nov. 7 it is Lunch and
Movie Time for the Kadima
Youth group (grades 6-8).
Lunch will begin at 1 p.m.
followed by a movie.
"Bring A Friend To Shab-
bat Lunch" will take place
Nov. 13 following Shabbat
services. Reservations are re-
quired by Nov. 10.
On Nov. 14, Lahav (grades
9-12) will go horseback rid-
ing at 1 p.m. B'nai Mazel and
Nitzanim (ages 3-7) will vis-
it Fun with Plaster.
For information, call Sher-
ri Kass, 352-8670.

USY Group
Installation

Congregation Beth Shalom's
United Synagogue Youth group
will install officers at a dinner-
dance 6:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at the
synagogue.
Following the installation
of officers, there will be a pro-
gram, Israeli and social danc-
ing.
There is a charge; reser-
vations are required. Call Su-
san Tam, 626-6233.

EMILY FELLOWS, daughter
of Sheryl Fellows, won a book-
mark design contest held for
children of all main office em-
ployees of the Weight Watch-
ers Group, Inc.

ADAM WEINGARTEN,
ERIC SIROTA, JOHN
WEINGARTEN, SEAN
WEINGARTEN were recent-
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Super Stars

Know a youngster who has
done something outstand-
ing? The Jewish News
wants to honor that kid in
our Super Stars column.
Please send a brief type-
written, double-spaced de-
scription of what your
nominee has done, a non-
returnable photo, as well as
your name and daytime
phone number.

Send to: Super Stars, The
Jewish News, 27676
Franklin Rd., Southfield,
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Shir Tikvah Sets
Singles Shabbat

Congregation Shir Tivkah will
host the third community-wide
Shabbat Singles Service 8:30
p.m. Nov. 12. Led by Rabbi
Arnie Sleutelberg, the services
will be held at Temple Israel.
Following services, Sylvia S.
Hacker will speak on "Can We
Talk: Yes We Can. Human Sex-
uality in the '90s." Dr. Hacker,
an associate professor on the
faculty of the University of
Michigan's Schools of Nursing
and Public Health, is an expert
on human sexuality.
The community-wide Shab-
bat singles program is made
possible by a grant from the
Max M. Fisher Foundation of
the Jewish Federation of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, in cooperation
with The Jewish News and the
Jewish Community Center. The
program is sponsored by the
Michigan Board of Rabbis.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
services and Dr. Hacker's
speech. For information, call
Nancy Gad-Harf, 661-5700.

Study Groups
Are Planned

A study group combining Jew-
ish history, tradition, philoso-
phy and mysticism from the
weekly Torah portion will be
held Tuesday evenings 8 p.m.
at 380 N. Woodward, Suite
#112, Birmingham. For infor-
mation, call Rabbi Polter, 544-
8639.
The Birmingham Association
of Jewish Professionals will hold
their upcoming Bagel Breakfast
8 a.m. December 3 at the offices
of Four D Pharmacy Manage-
ment, 380 N. Woodward, Suite
#112, Birmingham. For infor-
mation, call Rabbi Polter.

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