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August 12, 1994 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-12

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Weisman 50th

Gerald and Frieda Weisman, for-
mer Detroiters of Woodland Hills,
Calif., recently celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary. They
were joined by their family on a
Caribbean Cruise.
Joining them were their chil-

dren, Rochelle and Ronald
Markus of Lake Mary, Fla, Shel-
don Weisman and Terry Bash of
Farmington Hills, and their
grandchildren, Lisa and Scott
Markus and Ryan Weisman.


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Midrasha Center
Plans Mini-School


The Midrasha Center for Adult
Jewish Learning has announced
that local congregations and or-
ganizations have accepted
Midrasha's invitation to become
partners in the Florence Melton
Adult Mini-School, a two-year
program of experiential adult
Jewish learning developed by He-
brew University, which will open
its doors in Metro Detroit this Oc-
Midrasha is serving as coordi-
nating agency for the Mini-
School. Each Melton partner has
made a financial commitment to
the Mini-School and will be par-
ticipating with Midrasha in a
community-wide effort to publi-
cize the Mini-School and recruit
students for the opening term
this fall.
Midrash's Melton Adult Mini-
School partners presently in-
clude: Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Congregation B'nai Moshe, Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek, Con-
gregation Shir Tikvah,
Congregation. T'chiyah, Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah,
Hillel Day School, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women Greater De-
troit Section, Temple Beth El,
Temple Emanu-El, Temple Kol
Ami, Temple Israel, Temple Shir

Shalom, and The Jewish News.
Current plans call for a Mon-
day morning class at Hadassah
House in West Bloomfield and a
Thursday evening class in Oak
Park co-hosted by Temple
Emanu-El (first semester) and
Congregation Beth Shalom (sec-
ond semester). The maximum
class size will be 25 (minimum
target enrollment per class will
bel8). If enrollment exceeds the
two planned classes, a third class
will be added, probably at the
Midrasha, which is located in the
Agency for Jewish Education
building in Southfield.
During August and September
there will be a number of Taste
of Melton preview sessions, an
opportunity for prospective stu-
dents to experience the Melton
curriculum first-hand and ask
questions about the program.
The first "Taste of Melton" event
will be held at Midrasha, 21550
West 12 Mile Road, August 15 at
8 p.m. It will be an introducto-
ry overview of Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur. For informa-
tion, or to be put on the mailing
list for the brochure, call Nancy
Kaplan or Sandy Loeffler, 354-

Applegate Square • 29847 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield, Michigan 48034 • (810) 356-7007

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