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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-03

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JUNE 3, 1994

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Federation Forum
Hears Talisman

Museum, will address the Feder-
ation Forum luncheon, sponsored
by the Jewish Federation of Met-
ropolitan Detroit noon June 13 at
the Skyline Club, Southfield's
Raddison Town Center.
A government consultant to
newly democratizing countries,
Mr. Talisman was founding di-
rector of the Washington Office
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, where he coordinated all
legislative activities relating to
the emigration of Soviet Jews to
Israel.
He is chairman of the Research
Center
for Jewish History and
Mark Talisman
Culture in Poland, and was pres-
Mark Talisman, founding vice ident of Project Judaica, which
chairman of the United States oversaw the exhibitions of the
Holocaust Memorial Council and

Precious Legacy from 1983-86
and the Dead Sea Scrolls from
1993-94.
In his current role with the
United States Holocaust Muse-
um, Mr. Talisman
successful opening of the memo-
rial on the Mall facing the Wash-
ington Monument.
The Federation Forum spon-
sored by the Jewish Federation
to promote an interest in its ac-
tivities and to discuss important
political, economic and social is-
sues.
There is a charge for the dairy
luncheon. For reservations by
June 6, contact Fern Hoberman
Kepes, 642-4260.

Sunday, June 5

The Institute for Retired Pro:
. essionals will host a Meet the
IRP Day. 2:30 p.m. at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Commu-
ly Center.

Monday, June 6

dat Shalom will presen
akhelat Hashachar, a 40-
member choir, that will per-
orm Israeli and Japanese
music. 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, June 7

Jewish Family Service will pre-
sent "The Family as Healer: 10
Lessons for Life and Love." 7:30
p.m. at the Applebaum Par-
enting Center, West Bloom-
field.

Wednesday, June 8 —

Cheryl Chodun Gives Talk

Cheryl Chodun, award-winning of the Women ' s Division of the
WXYZ-TV/ Channel 7 reporter will Greater Detroit
Ifaith
nter
speak on the "Media's Responsibli- Table of the National
ty in Covering Racial, Religious and Christians and Jews. Conference of
Ethnic Conflict" 11:30 a.m. June 15
Reservati
ons
at Congregation Shaarey Zedek, fol- cheon
must be
for the June 15 l un-
by June 8.
lowing full-course subscription lun- There is a charge. made
For information,
cheon.

Table office,
the Detroit
Interfaith
The conclave, to which the entire Table
869-6306;
or Ce Round
community is invited, is sponsored Ruda, 355-3055.
il Kliger
by the Special Projects Committee

The Evening of Comedy fund-
raiser for Keshet at Mark Rid-
ley's Comedy Castle. Call
258-9575.

June 11, 12

The Birmingham Temple Play-
ers will present the comedy So-
cial Security by Andrew
Bergman. Call 477-1410.

Sunday, June 12

A carnival to benefit the Chil-
dren's Leukemia Foundation
will take place from noon to 4
p.m. at 5709 Stonington Court,
West Bloomfield. Call 661-
1975.

Monday, June 13

Hillel Rosenfeld

"Surviving Parenting With Jew-
ish Love and Logic" is an evening
of winning techniques, hosted by
David and Debra Morrison. 8642
Hendrie, Huntington Woods,
taking place 8 p.m. June 7 and
sponsored by the Huntington
Woods Minyan.
The evening will be presented
by Dr. Hillel Rosenfeld. Dr.
Rosenfeld is administrator of
North Oakland Child Adoles-
cence Clinic, project coordinator
of Oakland County Families for
Kids Initiation, and project man-
ager for Oakland County Adop-
tion Network. In addition, Dr.
Rosenfeld is an adjunct profes-
sor at Wayne State University,
department of political science
and a certified social worker.
For information, call
Rabbi Rabin, 5423-4809.

11:30 a.m. June 13 at the syn-
agogue.
For the meeting, which be-
gins with lunch, Ms. Gershon
will present a musical program
titled "A Journey Through Jew-
ish Music."
It will be a brief overview of
a wide range of Jewish music
ranging from chazzanut to Jew-
ish rock 'n' roll.
Ms. Gershon has degrees
from Columbia University and
the Theological Seminary of
American where she majored in
sacred Jewish music. She has
Raquel Gershon
sung in professional choirs in
Congregation Shaarey Zedek's the United States and Israel
Sisterhood will feature Raquel and was a soloist with the
Pomerantz Gershon at their Jerusalem Chamber Choir.
closing meeting of the year

Mark Taligmsm, founding vice
chairman of the United States
Holocaust Memorial Council
and Museum, will address the
Federation Forum luncheon,
sponsored by the Jewish Fed-
eration of Metropolitan Detroit.
Noon at the Skyline Club. Call
642-4260.

Wednesday, June 15—

Channel 7 reporter Cheryl
Chodun will speak on the me-
dia's responsibility in covering
racial religious and ethnic con-
ffict. 11:30 a.m. at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek The program is
sponsored by the Special Pro-
jects Committee of the Women's
Division of the Greater Detroit
Interfaith Round Table of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.

Monday, June 20 —
Young Israel Council of Metro-
politan Detroit will hold its
fourth annual joint dinner at
the Troy Marriott Hotel. Call
398-1177 or 967-365540w

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