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October 21, 1994 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-21

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Temple Hosts
25th Institute

Members of Temple Israel Sister-
hood are preparing for the 25th
Institute on Judaism to be held
Oct. 26 at the temple. The all-day
workshop will provide Oakland
County educators with an oppor-
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quainted with
the holidays, Sonia Syme
and
rituals
symbols of the faith.
The Institute will hear Rabbi
Daniel B. Syme deliver the
keynote address. Rabbi Syme is
the senior vice president of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. Seminars throughout
the day will be led by Rabbis M.
Robert Syme, Harold Loss, Paul
Yedwab and Joshua Bennet.
Rabbi Syme will return in the
evening for another presentation
to honor Sonia Syme, who has co-
ordinated the institute for 25
years.
For information, call Lynn
Apel, 569-3179; or the temple of-
fice, 661-5700.

Boutique Set
For Chanukah

On Oct. 24, the sisterhood of the
Young Israel of Greenfield will
hold its annual one-stop
Chanukah Boutique at the syn-
agogue from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. A
dessert reception will be held con-
currently with the boutique.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Rena Tennenberg,
968-1464; or Chavi Greenblatt,
968-1525.

Israel Consul
Will Speak

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American Heats Association

The Greater Detroit Council of
Na'amat/USA will have its An-
nual Donor luncheon Oct. 27 at
noon at Congregation Beth
Achim. Chaim Shacham, Israeli
Consul for Press and information,
will speak on "Israel Update." Mr.
Shacham, born in Chicago, made
aliyah to Israel in 1978 after com-
pleting high school. He is a career
diplomat and has served as di-
rector of the Israel Information
Service. He participated as a
member of Israel's delegation to
the Middle East peace talks, both

in Madrid and Washington.
Belle Schwartz will give the in-
vocation. There is a charge. For
reservations, call the Na'amat of-
fice, 967-4750.

Edith Roth
Receives Honor

The sisterhood of Congregation
B'nai Moshe will host a Torah
Fund Celebration Brunch Oct. 30 •
at 11 a.m. at the synagogue. B'nai
Moshe's Ha'yay Olam Recipient,
Edith Roth, will be honored.
Following brunch, speaker
Tom Wexelberg-Clouser, region-
al director of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, will present a
video tape titled "The Highest
Commandment." There is a
charge. Respond by Oct. 24 by
calling Ruth Raimi, 355-1474; or
Dolores Greenspan, 851-7747.

Old West
Event Planned

The sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El will sponsor the 11th
event in the series "Jews of the
World" Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the
temple. This event will be a trip
to the old West featuring an au-
thentic dinner using recipes from
that era, a lecture by Rabbi
Steinger on Jewish life in the old
West and western songs in Yid-
dish by Marty Kohn. There is a
charge.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call Alice Blumberg, 967-
4117; or the temple office,
9674020.

NCJW Seeks
Volunteers

National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Section,
is seeking volunteers to be
trained to present a program to
area schools called "Passport to
Israel".
The training is scheduled for
Nov. 15, 16 from 9:30 a.m.-noon
at the Council Office, 30233
Southfield Road, Suite 100, just
North of Twelve Mile Road on the
west side of Southfield.
Call the office, 258-6000, to re-
serve a space; or call Marilyn
Levine for information, 851-9782.

Sisterhood
Plans Dinner

The sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Achim will hold its annual
paid-up membership dinner Oct.
24 at 6:30 p.m. at the synagogue.
The entertainment for the
evening will be Ruth Lefkowitz,
who will present "Masterwords
of the DIA".

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