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January 27, 1995 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-27

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Photo Memories
For Sisterhood

The sisterhood of Temple Kol
Ami will host a program titled
"Picture Perfect - Organizing your
Photo Memories" on Wednesday,
Feb. -1 at 7:15 p.m. at the temple.
Laurie Goldstein from Creative
Memories -will present a hands-
on workshop on preserving those
precious photos safely and cre-
atively. Bring 12 to 24 recent pho-
tos, scissors and a ball point pen
to create a two-sided album page.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation contact Helen Wexler,
(810) 851-0799.

Teen Self-Esteem
Workshop Set

Jewish Family Services of Washt-
enaw County will present a free
workshop series beginning Feb.
5 with Lynn Kleiman Malinoff on
"Developing Capable People in a
Self-Indulgent World."
The programs are designed to
help both children and adults re-
duce family conflict, encourage
self-esteem and build confidence.
The presentation in Ann Arbor
is one in a nine-series workshop.
Ms. Malinoff is teacher con-
sultant for the alternative high
school program in the Wayne-
Westland Community Schools as
well as the district's Drug Free
Schools and Community coordi-
nator. Her presentation will be
held at the Washtenaw JCC from
9:30 a.m. to noon. Call JFS for
further information, 971-3280.

Jewish Arts
Evening Set

The University Musical Society
and Hillel's Celebration of Jew-
ish Arts will present Israeli
singer/songwriter Noa and her
musical partner, acoustical gui-
tarist Gil Dor, Thursday, Feb. 9
at 8 p.m. at Power Center.
This program is part of the Mid
East/West Fest International
Community Cultural Exchange.
Tickets are available at Hillel and
the University Musical Society.

CJF Names
Carol Smokier

Carol Shalita Smokier, president
of the Jewish Federation of
Washtenaw County/United Jew-
ish Appeal, has been elected to
the 1995 Council of Jewish Fed-
erations' Executive Committee.
Smokier is the Federation's im-
mediate past vice president.

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OF
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and Rehabilitation
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Saturday, Jan. 28 9:30 -6
Sunday, Jan. 29 1- 4

For

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