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August 05, 1994 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-05

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congregation for Humanistic Judaism: The Birmingham Temple
Olen House: &twig); August 14 LOAM to 1PM

Hear About:

Adult Education
Congregational Life

• Humanistic Judaism

• Sunday and Hebrew School
• Mitsva and Confirmation Celebrations


en years ago (just before
children) when my girl-
friend Donna told me that
I would spend the next 15
years of my life in my car, I
laughed at her. Little did I know
that my best friend would become
the guy who changes my oil and
that I'd be trading recipes and
diet tips while waiting to pick up
my 3rd carpool of the day.
Every parent's delight and
nightmare is trying to combine a
busy adult schedule with a crazy-
kid one. How do you get from
school to baseball practice, to the
dentist and then to the barber
and still feed everyone! Donuts
for a special treat is a fine once in



Our new education wing - home of The Birmingham Temple School
The Temple School is open to the public
School Registration: Sunday September 11 10:30 AM - Noon

Sensible Snacks
For Busy Americans


For information call: The Birmingham Temple

28611 West 12 Mile Rd.
Farmington Hills, Ml 48334

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ROSH HASHANA: September 6, 1994

YOM KIPPUR: September 15, 1994

1:00 PM, Adults

1:00 PM, Adults

2:30 PM, Children 4-9 years

2:30 PM, Children 4-9 years

3:30 PM, Youth 10-12 years



Congregation T'chiyah is:

Parents who want our children to experience a Judaism that is
spiritually fulfilling, intellectually honest and enjoyable
Jews who play an active role in shaping our own Judaism
Families, singles, empty nesters and single parents who want to feel
welcome as part of the synagogue
A progressive and reasoned approach to Jewish worship and study

a while but realistically we need
some help with snacks that don't
give our kids a sugar high. Sci-
entific research shows that the
bodies lowest energy level of the
day is the late afternoon. In oth-
er countries of the world, after-
noon siestas and tea time help
out a lot. In America, we go
straight from school to 37 differ-
ent practices in 42 different loca-
There are a few guidelines that
we need to establish before we get
to the recipes. I make no guar-
antees that the back seat of your
car or van won't look like the af-
termath of an atomic bomb when
the kids are done eating. Like-
wise, I have no idea how may
treats (lie to your children; tell
them whatever it is you're giving
them is a treat even though you
and I know it's a nutritious
snack) each child will eat. My
two garbage disposals clean out
the refrigerator in a feeding fren-
zy every other day. Last of all,
pack a few "treats" for yourself'
because you never know how long
you'll have to wait.


* Reconstructionism is an outgrowth of the Conservative movement and
remains a traditional yet contemporary approach to Judaism

For information, call Harold Gurewitz at 963-8155 or 366-0292

Mix together all the above in-
gredients EXCEPT the sesame
seeds. Form into balls of ap-
proximately) t. full each. Roll in
sesame seeds and refrigerate for
30 minutes. Pack in plastic bags
and serve.


3:30 PM, Youth 10-12 years

Your Children
Their Jewish Education
Now is the Time!
Congregation T'chiyah Religious School
As Detroit's Only Reconstructionist* Synagogue,
Congregation T'chiyah Offers Individual
Attention for Your Children's Jewish Religion
and Civilization Education


1/2 cup crunchy peanut butter
2 1/2 T. nonfat dry milk
2 T honey
1/4 cup coconut
2 T. raisins
sesame seeds

1/2 cup butter or margarine
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup strawberry or apricot
2 cups quick or old fashioned
314 cup coarsely chopped nuts
1 cup raisins or chopped dates

4:30 PM, Memorial Service


proximately 15 to 20 seconds.
(You may need to blend a little
longer if the berries and banana
are a little hard). Pour into a
thermos and take it with you.
you earn double this recipe.

1 large banana
5 strawberries
8 oz. orange juice
3 to 4 ice cubes

Put all the above ingredients
in a blender and blend for ap-

Heat oven to 325 degrees. In
a large saucepan, combine but-
ter sugar and preserves and cook
over low heat, stirring constant-
ly until blended. Remove from
heat; add oats and nuts; mix well
until everything is coated.
Spread mixture into an un-
greased 13 x 9 inch backing pan.
Bake 35 to 40 minutes or until
golden brown, stirring frequent-
ly. Remove from the oven and
add raisins, mix well. Spread
onto a cookie sheet to cool. Store
in a dry cool place or the refrig-


1/4 cup butter or margarine
3 T. BBQ sauce
314 t. garlic salt
1/4 . t. BBQ spice
4 C. shredded wheat

Melt butter or margarine in a
13 x 9 x 2 baking pan. Blend in
sauce, salt and spice. Mix well
and add shredded wheat. Cook
and stir until light golden brown.
Cool and serve.


2 pita pockets, cut in half
4 T. cream cheese
1 T. brown sugar
1 medium apple, chopped
1 small carrot, grated
raisins (optional)

Mix cream cheese and brown
sugar together. Add the apple
and carrot and raisins. Mix well
and spread the mixture in the

© Eileen Goltz 1994

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