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November 11, 1994 - Image 132

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-11

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Sharona Hosts
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JNF Women
Donor Luncheon

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Morgenthau
Program Set

Morgenthau B'nai B'rith Women
will have a luncheon meeting
Nov. 16 at noon at the Farming-
ton Community Library.
Speakers will be from Safe
Place and the Jewish Family Ser-
vice. They will discuss domestic
violence in the local Jewish Com-
munity and what is being done
to confront the problem.
Respond by Nov. 13 to Mary
Blitz, 661-1385; or Edith Zaffern,
357-4611. There is a charge.

Brandeis-Tikvah
Lunch Program

Brandeis-Tikvah Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women will ' hold a
luncheon and program at noon,
Nov. 15 in the Sutton Place club-
The Women ofJewish National house.
Fund will hold the 65th Annual
Evelyn Berger will present
Donor Luncheon at noon Nov. 15 Sidney Mann, violinist, and Miri-
at Congregation Shaarey Zedek. am Zacks, pianist, in a musical
The Women of JNF have un- variety program and sing-along.
dertaken the establishment of
Guests and prospective mem-
Two Pillars at Neve Ur Reserv- bers are welcome. For informa-
ior near Lake Kinneret. Greet- tion, call Marion Mann, 546-6406.

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Machon Women
Plan Program

Machon L'Torah's Women's Di-
vision, Pre-Chanukah Uniquely
Ours Program, designed for
women by women, will be held
Nov. 15, at 7:30 p.m. The pro-
gram will include refreshments
together with the story of
Chanukah told by Leah Roth-
stein, a panel discussion led by
Rochel Davis and Joanne Levin,
and a hands-on workshop with
Chana Broner on the art of mak-
ing Israeli "Sufganyot" (donuts).
The event will be held at Ma-
chon L'Torah, 15221 West Ten
Mile Rd. There is a charge. For
reservations, call the Machon of-
fice, 967-0888.

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Sharona Chapter, Na'Amat/USA
will meet at the home of Miriam
Rose Nov. 17 at 1 p.m. Denise
Victor and Marsha Zucker, vol-
unteers at Safe Place, will speak
on 'The Mystique of Domestic Vi-
olence in Jewish Families."
Safe Place is a new home for
the protection ofJewish women
and children from domestic vio- On Nov. 15, B'nai Israel/Shaarey
lence. The shelter is sponsored by Zedek Sisterhood will have a
Jewish Family Service and the Milichig Meicahl, paid-up mem-
Council ofJewish Women.
bership dinner, 6:30 p.m. at the
Respond to Mrs. Rose, (810) home of Andrea Gonik.
851-2143.
For information, call Betty
Walden, 626-3104.

Women Plan
Member Event

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ings will be extended by Ed
Rosenthal, regional director of the
Jewish National Fund of Michi-
gan. A musical program will fea-
ture vocalist Eda Kogan and
pianist Rose Morgan.
For information and reserva-
tions, call JNF, 557-6644.

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