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April 29, 1994 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-29

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Calendar

Friday, April 29 —
A Shabbat dinner for New
American families, 7 p.m. at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center.
Sponsored by Friends of
Refugees of Eastern Europe.

he Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for Aged will hold its fourth an-
Flower Day May 22. Proceeds from the event will benefit
Jewish elderly and programs in the community.
The auxiliary has arranged for purchase of flats of annual and
perennial flowers and vegetables. Order forms are being distrib-
uted through the mail and are available at the Jewish Home for
Aged/Borman Hall, Prentis Manor and Fleischman Resi-
dence/Blumberg Plaza. All orders must be pre-paid by May 10.
All pre-paid orders are to be picked up at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center parking lot. Volunteers will be avail-
able to help load the flowers into cars.
For information on ordering flower and vegetable flats, call An-
drea Margolis-Stillman, 626-6201

Friday, April 29

Temple Emanu-EI will host
singles ages 25-45 at a
Chavrei Service. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow. 8:30 p.m.

Sunday, May 1

The annual Walk for Israel.
12:30 p.m. at the Maple/
Drake JCC. Israel festivities
will follow the walk.

Sunday, May 1 ---

Literat.tire Discucsion Group

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An evening of chamber mu-
is to raise funds for Hu-
' -tic Judaism rabbinic
students in the Detroit area
7:30 p.m. at the Birmingham
Temple. Call 477-1410.

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he Agency for Jewish Education Community Library is forming "Literary Journeys," a free discussion group for those
who enjoy sharing ideas, themes and meanings in short story literature.
The first discussion group will be May 5 from 7:30-9 p.m. and will feature the short story "A Conversation with my

Father"
by discussion
Grace Paley.
Further
groups will meet May 19, June 2 and June 16 from 7:30-9 p.m. All sessions will meet in the AJE Com-
munity Library located in the Agency for Jewish Education building, 21550 West 12 Mile Road, Southfield.
Participants will be provided with reading materials, free of charge. The stories will be read by the group in an informal

May4, 11, and 18

A Jewish family HIV/AIDS
educational experience for
141-school students. At the
Maple/Drake Jewish Corn-
m.unity Center. 7-9 p.m. Call
661-7687.

manner. Refreshments will be provided.
For information or to register, call Ms. Solomon, 354-1050.

Thursday, May 5—

Chairmen
Chosen For
Seminary Event

An informal meeting about
the 1994 United Jewish Ap-
peal Hatikvah Summer Sin-
gles Mission. Call 6424260.

Saturday, May 7

The BBYO/JCC Teen Con-
nection will host a murder
mystery party beginning at
8 p.m. at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center.
Call 661-7689.

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ames A. Safran and Lawrence A. Wolfe will be the 1994 chair-
men of the Metropolitan Detroit Annual Citywide Gala, on
behalf of the Jewish Theological Seminary, May 23 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
James Safran is a member of the board of directors and was re-
cently elected board secretary for Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
He is CEO of Safran Printing Company and Microforms, Inc. He
is a board member of International Business Forms Industries.
Active in Jewish communal life, Mr. Safran is president of the
Detroit chapter of the American Technion Society, as well as a
national officer. He is past president of the American/Israel Cham-
ber of Commerce, of the American/Israel Education Institute, as
Lawrence Wolfe
well as the Young Adult Division of the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit.
Lawrence Wolfe serves on the executive committee of Adat Shalom Synagogue. He is vice president
and secretary of Production Tool Supply Company, a multi-branch distributor of industrial tools and
supplies. He is on the board of directors of the Detroit Branch of Men's ORT as well as the Jewish
Community Center where is co-chairman of the JCC Cultural Arts Committee. Also, he is co-chair-
man of the Federation AJC Industrial and Automotive Division and chairman of the Israel Bonds Long
Range Planning Committee. Mr. Wolfe is a past chairman of the New Leadership Division of Israel
Bonds for Metro Detroit.
Each synagogue has appointed chairpersons to spearhead their congregation's efforts. For 1994
James Safran
they are: Charles and Marlene Thav, David and Elise Schostak, Adat Shalom Synagogue; Acher
and Libby Ben-Moche, Congregation Beth Abraham Hillel Moses; Abe and Mary Gamer,Congre-
gation Beth Achim; Dr. Paul and Dr. Barbara Goodman, Congregation Beth Shalom; Dr. Mathew and Joyce Borovoy, and
Dr. Melvyn and Susan Friedman, Congregation B'nai Moshe; Lawrence and Sharon Berry, Congregation Shaarey Zedek.

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Tuesday, May 10

Pianist and recording artist
David Syme will appear at
the Royal Oak Music The-
er. The concert is a City of
ope fund-raiser. Call 737-
3020.

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Thursday, May 19 --

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The Jewish Community
Center will hold a "Children'S
Stranger Awareness Work-
shop" for youngsters ages
8, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the
Maple/Drake JCC. Call 6617
7737.

Sunday, May 22 —

The Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for Aged will hold its
fourth annual Flower Day.
Call 626-6201.

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