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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-04

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You are invited to attend

TH E

an AJE program for family members of
Jewish people with special needs

FA MILY

Parenting Center
Hosts Events

The Applebaum Jewish Parent-
ing Center in cooperation with
the American Committee for the
Weizmann Institute, the Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah,
Jewish Family Services and the
Stars of David will present "In-
fertility, Adoption and the Jew-
ish Couple," by Rabbi Michael
Gold. The class will take place 9
a.m. Nov. 20 at the Parenting
Center.
"Learning Through Play" takes
place 7:30-9 p.m. Nov. 7. "The
Book of Esther — Women and
Assimilation" is a look at the sto-
ry of Esther with new insights,
perspectives and questions. Fa-
cilitator Ruth Bergman will lead
the class form 7:30 - 9 p.m. Nov.
14.
"Family Keepsake" will meet
4 p.m. Nov. 6 for grandparents
and their 3-5 grade grandchild to
create a family quilt square.
"Parenting Center Tonight I"
will include a magical perfor-
mance by Jim Carmody, crafts
and refreshments 7 - 8 p.m Nov.
16. Bring a donation of warm
coats, hats and mittens.
' To reserve a place, call Ruth
Beresh, 681-5353. Classes involve
a fee.

CIRCLE

Creating Inclusive
Jewish Communities

Featured Guest Presenters:
Marsha Forest and Judith Snow
Internationally acclaimed innovators and experts

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1994 - 9:30 A.M. - 12:00 NOON

Agency for Jewish Education - 21550 West 12 Mile Rd., Southfield

I uimin
CHILDB

ADULT PROGRAM

t

Marsha Forest and Judith Snow have
assisted community leaders and schools
across the globe in opening new doors for
all students and members of the commu-
nity. They promote the ideology that
"together we're better." and stress the
importance of building schools, agencies,
and communities that value diversity and
foster interdependence. Diverse communi-
ties lead to stronger communities for all.

Marsha and Judith will lead a special
session in the afternoon for Jewish
educators, agency professional and lay
leaders. Please call Bayla Landsman at the
AJE (810) 354-1050 for details.
Pre-registration is required.

Sephardim
Plan Party

The Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit will hold a pre-
Chanukah Party Nov. 20 at Beth
Achim Synagogue from 2-5 p.m.
Guests are welcome. Refresh-
ments will be served.
c' There is a charge. For more in-
formation or to respond, call Jean
Alspector, (810) 788-1006.



BABYSITTING AND DEVELOPMENTALLY
APPROPRIATE CARE



ACTIVITIES ROOM



TEENS AND ADULTS YACHAD/NCSY



SIBSHOPS



FUN AND FITNESS



CHANUKAH MAKE AND TAKE WORKSHOP



CREATIVE COOPERATIVE GAMES

[REGISTRATION

II

Cost: $5 per person / $10 per family
Pre registration is required.
Please call Bayla Landsman, Special Education
Consultant for the Agency for Jewish Education
at (810) 354-1050 for a registration form.

Registration deadline:

Victories,Defeats
To Be Topic

A monthly adult study series led
by Ruth Bergman will continue
Nov. 14, with a session titled,
"Rabbinic Attitudes toward Mil-
itary Victories and Defeats."
The study session will run
from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at Shaarey
Zedek's Applebaum Parenting
Center and is co-hosted by the
Midrasha. There is a charge. To
ensure adequate seating and ma-
terials, pre-registration is re-
quested.
On Nov. 14, the class will in-
clude a comparison of the holi-
days of Chanukah and Purim as
viewed from rabbinic tradition.
For information, call Nancy
Kaplan at Midrasha, (810) 354-
1050, or Ruth Beresh at the Par-
enting Center, (810) 681-5353.

YOUNG ADU LT

Monday, November 7, 1994.

Co-Sponsors

Agency for Jewish Education, Jewish Association for Residential Care (JARC), Jewish
Experiences for Families (JEFF), Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit, Jewish
Family Service, The Jewish News, Jewish Information and Referral Service, Kadima, Keshet,
Temple Beth El, YACHAD of National Conference Synagogue Youth (NCSY), Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

This program is made possible by generous contributions from the Women's
Auxiliary of UHS and Jewish Experiences for Families (JEFF).

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