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1994 CENTURY SPECIAL
On May 15, Food and Thought
will be offered at Congregation
Beth Shalom's "Tikkun Layl
Minchah/Ma'ariv services will
be held at 6 p.m. Rabbi Nelson
will speak on "The Sanctity of
Life" at 6:30 p.m.; dinner will fol-
low. At 7:45 p.m., Sammy Semp
will talk about "The Book of Job:
Dialogue with God." At 8:15 p.m.,
Cantor Greenbaum will sing and
discuss "Jewish Music: From
Sinai to Broadway." This will be
followed by dessert and coffee.
There is a charge.
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Temple Israel will host Cantor
Alane Katzew of B'nai Abraham
Zion Temple in Oak Park, Ill.,
who will join with Cantor Harold
Orbach in the Schmier Concert,
"To Israel With Love," 7:30 p.m.
Cantor Katzew is a graduate
of University of Michigan and He-
brew Union College — Jewish In-
stitute of Religion in New York.
Cantor Katzew served as cantor
of the synagogue at Hebrew
Union College in Jerusalem,
where she also was on the facul-
ty. She serves on the executive
board of the American Confer-
ence of Cantors and represents
this organization on the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
Commission on Social Action.
For complimentary tickets and
information, call the temple office,
Congregation B'nai Moshe will
host the annual West Bloomfield
Interfaith service, in celebration
of Michigan Week, May 22 at
7:30 p.m. Rabbi Elliot Pachter,
Cantor Louis Klein, and the B'nai
Moshe Men's Choir under the di-
rection of Daniel Braude will par-
ticipate together with clergy and
an inter-congregational choir
from the West Bloomfield com-
Guest speaker will be Father
William Cunningham, executive
director of Focus: HOPE. Re-
freshments will be served.
Donations collected during the
service will be contributed to the
Ambassadors of Good Will Pro-
gram of the Ecumenical Institute
for Jewish-Christian Studies.
For information, call Congre-
gation B'nai Moshe, 788-0600.
Four adult members of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will become
bat mitzvah during Shavuot
morning services May 16.
Michele Elkus, Deborah Szobel
Logan, Elaine Ohm and Sharon
Lynn Oppenheim have studied
with Rabbi Efry Spectre and Can-
tor Howard Glantz to prepare for
During the service, members
of the synagogue's post-bat mitz-
vah classes chant the Book of
Ruth. Readers include: Sharon
Moss Lebovic, Ronna Bluford,
Fran Grossman, Ruth Wein-
garten, Brenda Weingarten,
Meryl Weingarden, Shoshana
Wolok, Esther Liwazer, Annette
Greenstein, Ellen Silberman,
Sharon Bass and Julie Zaback.
A kiddush in honor of the b'not
mitzvah will follow the service.
One of the world's largest festi-
vals featuring the sound of 400
Michigan Flutists coming to-
gether from all corners of the
state will be 3:30 p.m. May 22 at
The Michigan Flute Festival
is Musica Viva's annual event.
For ticket information, c all Or-
chestra Hall, 833-3700.
"Quilt - A Musical Celebration"
is a two-hour performance fea-
turing vignettes about the lives
of the people who created some
of the panels of the Names Pro-
ject AIDS Memorial Quilt. Cran-
brook Institute of Science will
host in its auditorium benefit per-
formances of the play May 13 and
14 at 8 p.m.
For tickets, call the institute,