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FEBRUARY 18, 19941
For Teo.. itIns
-ze• ewish teens in grades 9-12
will gather Feb. 18-20 for
"The Power of One: Am
Echad," the sixth annual Robert Ko-
rnwise Memorial Weekend held at
Camp Tamarack, Sheruth Village
The three-day weekend retreat,
sponsored by the Agency for Jew-
ish Education and planned by teens
from B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, United Synagogue Youth, Michigan State
Temple Youth, Habonim, Young Judea and Birmingham Temple youth groups, is
aimed at uniting Jewish teens throughout the community to learn, live and work
together on religious, social, recreational and educational programs.
The weekend is being subsized through the Robert Ian Komwise Memorial Fund
of Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Homeowners Get Training
st-time and repeat homebuyers areinvited to a Hom
Training Class 6:45-9 p.m. March 21 at the Jimmy
Jewish Community Center.
Sponsored by the Neighborhood Project of the J
Metropolitan Detroit, the seminar will instruct potetial home uyers on
applying and qualifying for a home mortgage, understanding credit par-
ports and budgeting personal funds for a home purchase. In additionch
ticipants will learn about filling out related paperwork, pur
agreements and the importance of home inspections.
Jewish News. Reservations call
The class is co-sponsored by The
quired, and there is no charge. F or reservations or information,
Neighborhood Project, 967-1112.
On School Funding
public political forum regarding the school funding refer-
endum, which will be on the state-wide ballot on March 15,
• be held 7:30 p.m. March 10 at the Maple-Drake JCC.
The forum is sponsored by the Adult Programming Com-
mittee of the Jewish Parents Institute, an affiliate of the
Jewish Community Center.
Featured speakers will include Representative Max-
ine Berman, Representative Barbara Dobb, Repre-
sentative Nelson Suanders, Representative David
Gubow and Senator Dave Honigman. These legisla-
tors reflect the widely divergent viewpoints which were
expressed in recent debate about the school-funding is-
sue in the legislature.
The forum will be moderated by Shelly Paros, pres-
ident of the League of Women Voters, Oakland area.
there will be time during the evening for questions from
This program is free of charge. To reserve group
space, or to make individual reservations, call Marilyn
To Young Adults
Thursday, February 24 —
A breast cancer awareness
program at the Summit Apart-
ment clubhouse. Sponsored by
B'nai B'ri 0 -n Co
?IL personal perspective on the Holocaust
will be presented to the Jewish Fed-
eration Young Adult Division March 9 at
the Maple-Drake Jewish Community Cen-
Saul Raimi, a Holocaust survivor, will
share his thoughts at the YAD Cultur-
al/Political Awareness Program, which is
open to all young adults in the communi-
The gathering inlcudei tours of the
Holocaust Memorial Cetner prior to the
To reserve a spot on a 6:30 p.m. guided
tour or for the program, contact Jenifer
Saturday, Februari 26
The first annual Purim
ty sponsored by the Washte-
naw County J: 7:30-11 p.m.
Atlantic City day-trip spon-
sored by the Leadership Net-
work of B'nai Frith. Call
; 661-4064 or 816-1249.
Sunday, February 27
A wassroots Political Action
Workshop at the Max lyI. Fish-
er Building. Sponsors include
the Jewish Community Coun-
, 9:15- 11:45 a.ra. Call 642-
rday, March 5 —
"The Art of Food and Wine'"'
d-raiser sponsored by Tem-.
le Israel, 7:30 p.m. Call 661-
Israel Conference Day at the
ckham School of Graduate
dies, Ann Arbor. The event :>
cludes speakers, lectures,
els and films. Call 769 5000