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October 28, 1994 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-28

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And despite the attempt to make
Hakvutsa interdenominational,
only one student who attended
the recent Sunday session was
not a member of the Orthodox
minyan.
But there's little denying that
more Jewish students are turn-
ing toward religious expression.
As Mr. Glickman, paraphrasing
the Wall Street Journal article,
put it, young Jews are searching
for a Judaism that "is not just
soup kitchens and Seinfeld. A lot
of students are looking for more
spirituality in their Judaism." ❑

Talk Addresses
Chronic Pain

"Strategies for Dealing with
Chronic Pain" will be discussed
in a talk by Dr. Steven Silverman
7 p.m. Nov. 17 at the Washtenaw
County Community Center.
Dr. Silverman is the director
of the Center for Pain Manage-
ment at the W. A. Foote Memo-
rial Hospital in Jackson as well
as a staff anesthesiologist. He
also previously coordinated the
Chronic Pain Clinic while serv-
ing as an attending physician in
the Department of Anesthesiol-
ogy at the University of Michigan
Medical Center.
Dr. Silverman's talk is part of
the JCC's Health Awareness
Program, offering advice and
expertise from Ann Arbor's wide-
ranging medical community.

Interfaith
Holiday Dilemma



"The Holiday Dilemma — Deal-
ing with Family Issues that Ar-
rive During the Season" is the
title of a talk to be given by Ellen
Barahal Taylor, a psychologist
from the Ann Arbor Center for
the Family, 7 p.m. Nov. 6 at the
Washtenaw County Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Dr. Taylor will be joined by her
husband, Steven Taylor, also a
psychologist. Dr. Ellen and Dr.
Steven Taylor are an interfaith
couple with extensive experience
working with interfaith chal-
lenges. Their presentation is part
of a five-sesson Interfaith Cou-
ples Series, which requires a
charge per couple.

Book Fair
Programs Set

The Sixth Annual Washtenaw
JCC Jewish Book Fair will begin
Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center, with keynote
speaker Jeffrey Zaslow of the

Chicago Sun Times.
This year's sale will continue
for three days, starting at 8 p.m.
Nov. 12 and continuing from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 13, 14.

The Book Fair will present au-
thor Elliot Rais who will discuss
his autobiography, Stealing the
Borders, on Nov. 13 at 1 p.m.
Sunday children's program-
ming will begin with an appear-
ance by Mother Goose, the
imaginary creator of a collection
of nursery rhymes, telling stories
to pre-schoolers, ages 3-4 years,
from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Storyteller
Joanne Ladd dresses the part
and carries a life-sized goose
puppet.
Guitarist Bob Miller, an en-
tertainer in Michigan's public
schools, will lead a sing-along
from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., for chil-
dren ages 4 to 10. Then from 3:30
to 4:00 p.m., all children will be
invited to create book-related
crafts and eat-a-ble books.
The JCC Jewish Book Fair is
free and open to the public.

Lichter Heads
Campaign '95

Evie Lichter has been appointed
chair of the 1995 Jewish Feder-
ation campaign in Washtenaw
County.
Ms. Lichteehas been active on
the board of directors of the Jew-
ish FederatioZ, serving last year
as education chair. In this ca-
pacity, she brought together all
the boards of directors of local
Jewish organizations for a "Be
a Better Board Member" train-
ing. She has also served on the
campaign cabinet since 1990.
Ms. Lichter has been a board
member of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center, a member of the Ed-
ucation Committee of Beth Israel
Congregation, and is a life mem-
ber of Hadassah. She has served
as vice president for program-
ming for the local chapter of
Hadassah and is the founder of
fortysomething, a group which
provides networking and social
activities for Hadassah members
in their 40s.
For Campaign '95, Ms. Lichter
has developed strategies for
reaching the new campaign goal
of $800,000, focusing on encour-
aging outreach and new commu-
nity involvement.
Campaign cabinet members
are: Jerry Lax, Shelly Kovacs
Berman, Howard Finkel, Joyce
Gerber, Steve Garber, Carolyn
Lichter, Shel Markel, Martha
Oleinick, and Prue Rosenthal.
The major gifts portion of the
campaign will culminate at the
Pacesetters' Dinner, scheduled
for Dec. 4 at the Washtenaw
Country Club. This year's dinner
will present David H. Owen and
his Ethnic Connection, a musical
group with a repertoire including
Klezmer, Israeli, and ballroom
dancing.
Super Sunday, Feb. 5, will
reach out to homes throughout
Washtenaw County to wind up
the campaign.

JEWISH
1%11011 1AL
FIND

TEL AVIV BUS MASSACRE

IT IS NOT ENOUGH JUST TO FEEL THE PAIN WE HAVE
TO DO SOMETHING TO EXPRESS OUR HORROR OVER
THESE MINDLESS KILLINGS.

PLANT TREES IN A SPECIAL MICHIGAN PROJECT IN MEM-
ORY OF THOSE WHO WERE SO TRAGICALLY MURDERED.

THE MICHIGAN REGIONAL COUNCIL OF THE JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND ANNOUNCED THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
A SPECIAL MEMORIAL FOREST TO COMMEMORATE THE
RECENT BOMBING MASSACRE IN TEL AVIV. ELI A. SCHERR,
REGIONAL PRESIDENT, SAID, "IT IS NOT ENOUGH JUST TO
FEEL THE PAIN. WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING TO EXPRESS
OUR HORROR AT THESE MINDLESS KILLINGS, THE
GREATER DETROIT COMMUNITY IS APPALLED AND DIS-
GUSTED BY THIS INCIDENT, AND IS LOOKING FOR A WAY
TO SHOW ITS OUTRAGE. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THIS
PROJECT GIVES THE COMMUNITY AN AVENUE IN WHICH
TO EXPRESS THESE FEELINGS. BY PLANTING TREES IN THE
LAND OF ISRAEL IN BELOVED MEMORY OF THOSE WHO
WERE SO TRAGICALLY KILLED, WE ARE SENDING A MES-
SAGE TO THOSE THAT ARE AVOWED TO DESTROY US:
OUR COMMITMENT TO ISRAEL'S FUTURE AND WELL-
BEING IS FUNDAMENTAL AND WILL NEVER CHANGE."

FOR MORE INFORMATION, AND TO ORDER TREES AT
$10.00, CALL THE JEVVISH NATIONAL FUND, 810/557-6644.

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