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Written and produced exclusively for
JARC's Silver Anniversary
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> At Beth El
Temple Beth El has added two
new staffers to their youth pro-
gram, Lori Brockman and Melis-
Lori Brockman, a graduate of
Michigan State University with
a bachelor's degree in psycholo-
gy and a thematic in Jewish stud-
ies, will head the temple's newest
\- youth program geared to young-
sters in grades 6-8; she will also
teach second grade in the reli-
Ms. Brockman spent a sum-
mer in Israel studying ancient re-
ligion and Hebrew and working
on an archaeological excavation
in the Golan Heights. Currently,
she is a substitute teacher in the
Hazel Park School District and a
) part-time teacher at KinderCare
Melissa Maddin brings knowl-
edge and experience as well to
her new post as adviser to the
Young People's Society and
fourth grade Hebrew teacher.
At Western Michigan Univer-
sity, she was a freshman student
III government dorm representative
and Scholarship Chair of her
/ sorority; she also taught sixth
grade Hebrew at Congregation of
Moses in Kalamazoo. In addition
to her position at Temple Beth El,
she also is a substitute teacher
and a sixth grade history teacher
• at Temple Kol Ami.
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Tuesday, November 1, 1994
Tickets begin at $50.
For information, call JARC at (810) 352-5272.
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developmental disabilities to help them become valued, integrated, and contributing members of
our community. Only through your continued support can JARC fulfill its mission of helping these
individuals assume their rightful place in society.
A Jewish Association for Residential Care for persons with developmental disabilities
At Beth Achim
The Youth Department of Con-
gregation Beth Achim has
planned activities for the month
Nitzanim will take a trip to
the cider mill Oct. 9 from 1-3 p.m.
Following Shabbat services on
Oct. 22, Junior Congregation will
host a luncheon.
On Oct. 23 from 1-4, B'nai
Mazel and Kadima will go to
For information, contact the
synagogue office, 352-8670.
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\—) Sandy Ribiat 546/200, Helene Robbins
557, Joann Remer 505/203.
Helene Friedman 503, Ann Siegel 212,
Bobbie Blaize 500, Judy Rosen 534/211.
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