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November 25, 1994 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-25

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the Detroit area display of

The NAMES Project
AIDS Memorial Quilt

Tuesday, November 29,
December 6 & 13
Curriculum: Choose Life,
So That You May Live

Saturday, November 26

8 p.m. Maple/Drake

Special preview opening for contributors of $25
featuring jazz musician Marcus Belgrave and Friends.

Sunday, November 27
Opening Ceremonies

1:30 p.m. Maple/Drake Lobby*

Unfolding of the Quilt. Memorial service led by
Rabbi Arnie Sleutelberg of Congregation Shir Tikvah.
People who have created panels as a remembrance of
one who has passed may present them at this time.

7 - 9 p.m. Maple/Drake

Written for teens and their parents, this curriculum
deals with AIDS education and Jewish values. This
three-part series is the ,program MJAC presents in
religious schools. By offering it at the JCC, we are
hoping to attract families who want to communi-
cate about AIDS together.

Jewish and gay individuals present a series of
vignettes depicting AIDS issues followed by a lively
discussion. All members of our community are encour-
aged to attend this enlightening afternoon.

7 - 9 p.m. JPM Jaffee Hall

AIDS: RX For Care

Wednesday, November 30
Teens Are Talking„.AIDS/Sex-
An Open Discussion

Area physicians will discuss the medical issues of
AIDS. A question and answer session will follow.


7 p.m. Maple/Drake

An informal session designed for teens to obtain
information, ask questions and dialogue with
people who have first-hand experience with AIDS.
Discussion will be stimulated by excerpts from a
locally-produced musical.

Family Entertainment. A musical celebrating the
lives of individuals who have been lost to the AIDS
virus. Tickets $7.50 per person, available at the door.

National Council of Jewish Women and the JCC
Adult Services Dept. co-sponsorthis program aimed
at adults over 30 who don't realize they are at risk.



Adat Shalom Synagogue
Ben N. Teitel Charitable Trust
Dr. Paul Benson, D.O.
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
Maurice Cohen
Congregation Beth Emeth
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Congregation Shir Tikvah
Finkel Foundation
Jewish Community Center
Jewish Family Service

Sunday, December 4
Nancy Gurwin Musical:

7 - 9 p.m. Maple/Drake

Tuesday, November 29

7 - 9 p.m. Maple/Drake

Community youth will create panels for the AIDS
Memorial Quilt at area religious schools. Spon-
sored by the Ben N. Teitel Charitable Trust.

2 - 4:30 p.m. Maple/Drake

Monday, Noyember 28

You Are Never Too Young
Or Too Old

Sunday, December 4
Create A Quilt Day

Sunday, December 4

2:30 - 4:30 p.m. Maple/Drake

Wednesday, December 7

Interfaith Service at Trinity Missionary Baptist Church
in Pontiac at 7 p.m. (800) 872-2437.

Family Album: The Many
Faces of AIDS

Sunday, November 27

1 p.m. JPM Jaffee Hall

Thursday, December 1
World AIDS Day

Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit
Julie Levy
Max M. Fisher Jewish
Community Foundation
National Council of Jewish Women
Temple Israel
Temple Shir Shalom
The Jewish News

Thursday, December 8
Closing Ceremonies

7:30 p.m. Maple/Drake*

For information regarding
any of these programs,
or to make a
tax deductible contribution,

call the
Mighigan Jewish AIDS Coalition,
(810) 356-2123.

A community-wide service of remembrance, in-
cluding a candle-lighting ceremony in memory of
those lost to the devastation of AIDS, officiated by
Rabbi Arnie Sleutelberg. School groups and individuals
may present new panels. Folding of the Quilt will follow,

*A Sign-Language Interpreter will be present

21550 W. 12 Mile
Southfield, MI 48076


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