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October 28, 1994 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-28

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Singles Plan
Nov. Brunch

Professional Jewish single Baby
Boomers (30s-40s) are invited to
attend a brunch at noon Nov. 6
in Wyndham Gardens Hotel,
Novi.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Harry Pevos, (810) 357-
8850.

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FULL DAY OF EXCITING, INFORMATIVE,
ENTERTAINING, EDUCATIONAL, HEALTH AND LEISURE
ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS.

Blue Cross
Blue Shield

of Michigan

Hot Topic
Is The Law

Odessey, the American Jewish
Committee's programming for
Jewish Singles, 30 something
plus, will host Michael Schwartz
of the law firm Feiger, Feiger and
Schwartz at its "Hot Topics Fo-
rum," 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Max
M. Fisher Building in Bloomfield
Hills.
Mr. Schwartz will address how
his law firm chooses to accept cas-
es, defending or prosecuting
styles and techniques and will re-
view how politics and media play
roles in the courtroom. Following
the program during the reception,
Mr. Schwartz will be available for
questions.
This program is open to the
Jewish singles community and
there is a charge at' the door. Call
the American Jewish Committee
office for reservations or infor-
mation, (810) 646-7686.

Jewish Singles
Dine Italian

Jewish Singles, 50 and over, are
invited to a "That's Italian" din-
ner-dance Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at
Temple Israel.
For payment information, call
Barbara Ginsburg, 353-7261; or
Charlotte Jonap, 474-5346.
Reservation deadline is Nov. 1.

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