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November 26, 1993 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-26

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An after-school Chanukah
crafts workshop for children,
ages 5 to 10, will be presented
by the Washtenaw County Jew-
ish Community Center 4 to 5:30
p.m. Dec. 7. Youngsters will use
photographs, glue and glitter to
create Chanukah mystery pre-
sents. Participants should bring
one or two photographs, 2 1/2x31/4
inches or larger.
There is a fee. For infor-
mation, call the JCC, 971-
0990.

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Hosts Panel

"Chanukah in the '90s," a pan-
el discussion with five local Jew-
ish religious leaders, will be
held 8 p.m Dec. 13 at the
Washtenaw County Jewish
Community Center, Ann Arbor.
Rabbi Robert Dobrusin of
Beth Israel Congregation,
Rabbi Rod Glogower of the
Hillel Orthodox Minyan, Rab-
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ter-in-law Joseph and Ann
Ruth Kretzmer. Two other chil-
dren, Ms. Jeannie Fuller and
Alan (Kathy) Wexler, reside in
Phoenix. They also have six
grandchildren.

Chabad House, Rabbi Robert
Levy of Temple Beth Emeth
and Judith Seid of the Jew-
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vide insights from five
perspectives on the signifi-
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For information on the pro-
gram and to reserve a place,
call the JCC, 971-0990.

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Dinner Planned

The sound of a new klezmer fu-
sion band headed by Neil
Alexander will be featured at
this year's Pacesetters' dinner
Dec. 5 at Washtenaw Country
Club. Sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Washtenaw
County, the dinner is held in
honor of those who have made
a gift to Campaign '94 of at least
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Tauber, the national chair of
the United Jewish Appeal.
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