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February 18, 1994 - Image 143

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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"My family learned about
the Heatherwood lifestyle...

Temples Host
Study Program

The Rev. James Lyons will be
the Men's Club Breakfast Sem-
inar speaker 9:30 a.m. Feb. 20
at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek. His topic will be "We Are
Making Progress."
The Rev. James Lyons is the
founder and executive director
of the Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies in
Southfield.

in activities. I'm happy — and so is my family. Before, housekeeping was a
chore, cooking for myself wasn't fun and I didn't feel secure living alone.
Now, my family has peace of mind...and I'm having the time of my life!"

• Cable television available
• Kitchen with electric appliances
• 24-hour emergency-alert system
• Putting green, walking and biking trails
• Library, game and card rooms
•Beauty and barber shop

Monthly rent includes:
• Evening meals served in our elegant
Rosewood Dining Room(lunch optional)
•Weekly housekeeping
*Scheduled local transportation
• Individually controlled heat & air conditioning

Fora free brochure or personal tour, cal:

(313) 350-1777g%

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10 MILE RD.

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■ Southfield, MI 48034

22800 Civic Center Drive

The Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza

When you need to find that special Home for you or your loved one that offers:

• Personal care attendants around the clock
• 24-Hour security and emergency call system
• Geriatric counseling
• Cultural, educational & recreational activities
• Synagogue offering high holiday and daily services
• Single, double and adjoining suites, fully carpeted
with private bath







Kosher meals
Centrally located to community services
Nosh Nook, Gift Shop, Beauty and Barber Shop

Fleischman Residency/Blumberg Plaza
Jewish Community Campus
6710 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield
(313) 661-2999

Occupancy available
Supplemental Security Income accepted

• Involvement

• Friendship

Transportation by private van
Temporary stays available

For a complimentary lunch tour and geriatric
assessment please contact:
Lucy Miller, Administrator

• Independence

• Peace of Mind

Resident Fannie Whiteman remembered
the Fleischman Residence/Blumberg
Plaza and she couldn't be happier

• Offering Club Blumberg in the Plaza
(a unique day program for adults with special needs)

"assisting our elderly is what we do best"

Co

F E BRU AR Y

Men's Club
Hears Lyons

.
it!"
...and
now
m
h
"I haven't had this much fun in years! I've met new friends. I'm involved

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The next meeting of the Charles
Shapiro Post of the Jewish War
Veterans will be held 9 a.m.
Feb. 20 at the Jewish War Vet-
erans Memorial Home.
It will be a breakfast meet-
ing and the agenda will include
the upcoming visit to a local
Veterans Hospital and mem-
bership status.
For information, call Sandy
Pliskow, 399-1546; or Harry
Rose, 354-2452.

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Shapiro Post
Will Meet

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Temple Beth El and Temple
Emanu-El will co-sponsor a five-
week adult study program with
sessions taught by the clergy
and educators of both temples
and classes held first at Temple
Emanu-El and then at Temple
Beth El.
The course "Platforms,
Prayer Books and Progressive
Religion: Perspectives on Re-
form Judaism" will be an at-
tempt to guide participants on
a journey through the history,
current life and future of Re-
form Judaism. Sessions will be
held on Monday evenings, 7-8
p.m. beginning Feb. 21 through
March 21.
Rabbis Lane Steinger of
Emanu-El and Julian Cook of
Beth El will teach the initial
class on history. On Feb. 28,
Rabbi Daniel Polish of Beth El
and Rabbi Steinger will teach
the session on platform. The
March 7 class on prayer books
will be taught by educator An-
nie Friedman of Beth El and ed-
ucator Ira Wise of Emanu-El.
These three classes will all meet
at Temple Emanu-El.
The March 14 and 21 class-
es will meet at Temple Beth El.
The first class, on music, will be
taught by Cantor Gail Hirsch-
enfang of Beth El and Cantor
Norman Rose of Emanu-El. The
final session, "Looking For-
ward," will be taught by Rabbi
Amy Bigman of Emanu-El and
Cantor Hirschenfang. There is
no charge for the sessions.
For information, call the Beth
El Religious School office, 851-
1100.

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