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March 24, 1995 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-24

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Monday, April 10th 1995

Rabbi Alon Tolwin

will show you

How can this night be
different from all other
nights ?*

(*and what difference does it make anyway???)

Before Passover come and hear one of Detroit's
most popular educators show you how to use the
Haggadah to create a stimulating learning experience
from a timeworn tradition that probably puts people
to sleep until just before dessert.

You will learn:

How to stimulate guests and family members to participate in the Seder
How to relate to this ancient text in contemporary terms
How to use the traditional Passover symbols to enhance the Seder
How to find meaning in America's brand of freedom?

The Hadassah House
5030 Orchard Lake Road

from 8:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.
cost is $5.00
call to register (810) 737-0400




We are once again taking orders for
the PASSOVER holiday!

With 3 weeks left before Passover, shop early for the largest selection
of groceries, cookies and layer cakes in Michigan. Then sit back and let
us cater all of your needs with our full carry-out menu.

Complete Dinners Just $10.99 Per Person!

ORDER EARLY (810) 967-2021 • or FAX US YOUR ORDER (810) 967-0644


Under Strict Supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

Metro Hillel
Casino Night

Zionism, Israel
Are Discussed

On Saturday, March 25, Jewish
college students and young adults
in their 20s will attend HMD's
Purim Casino Night from 9:30
p.m. until midnight at Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods. Cost for the
evening includes playing chips
and a chance to win door prizes.
For cost information, call the
HMD hotline, (313) 577-8888.

How has Zionism changed since
the creation of the State of Is-
rael? This question will be ex-
amined by Avraham Infeld
March 28, at a 7:30 a.m. break-
fast and noon luncheon in the
Max M. Fisher Building.
There is a charge for the
breakfast and lunch. Dietary
laws will be observed.
For details, call the Jewish
Federation, (810) 642-4260.

U-M Hillel
Events Set

Come to the Shulchan Ivrit (He-
brew table) on Thursday, March
30, at 5 p.m. at Cava Java.
The Jewish Feminist Group
will offer a Rosh Hodesh and
Shabbat service on Friday,
March 31, at 6:45 p.m. at Hillel.

Israel Study

Congregation Beth Achim is
offering three scholarships for col-
lege age students. Two of the
scholarships are exclusively for
study in Israel. The other schol-
arship is for study in Hebraic/
Jewish studies at a recognized
college or university. These schol-
arships range in the amounts of
$1,500-$2,000. In addition two of
the scholarships can be used for
one semester or an entire year of
To qualify, the applicant must
be presently attending a college
or university. The application
deadline is April 30. These schol-
arships are open to the commu-
To receive an application or for
additional information, contact
Congregation Beth Achim, 810-
352-8670; or write to Scholar-
ships, Congregation Beth Achim,
21100 West Twelve Mile Road,
Southfield, MI 48076.

Israel Trip
Deadline Nears

Tri-Trippin' in Israel is sponsored
by the Hillel Foundations of
Metro Detroit, Michigan State
University, and the University of
Michigan. Applications can be
picked up from one of the three
Hillel offices or by calling Miriam
Starkman, (313) 577-3459. The
trip is for Jewish college students
and young adults, 18-30, who at-
tend a college in Michigan or are
Michigan residents.
Tri-Trippin' in Israel will leave
Detroit May 8. The trip cost in-
cludes round trip transportation
from Detroit, three kosher meals
a day, accommodations for 10
nights, luxury buses, guides.
A completed application and
payment are due March 31.


Organizations, area congrega-
tions and community volunteers
will help close the Jewish Fed-
eration's 1995 Allied Jewish
Campaign during the April 2-
5 Days of Decision phonathon
at the Max M. Fisher Building.
The community-wide event
will be the last opportunity to
reach the Campaign goal of $27
The Campaign phonathon,
which needs volunteers for cler-
ical and phone soliciting as-
signments will kick off April 2
from 9:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m: On
April 3, 4 and 5, volunteers can
assist the Campaign effort from
6:30-9:30 p.m.
For details or to volunteer,
call Leonard Milstone at the
Jewish Federation, (810) 642-

JPM Hosts

Adult Events

The Stepparent Connection is
held at 7:30 p.m. on the second
and fourth Tuesdays of the
month at JPM Jewish Commu-
nity Center. This program pro-
vides couples who are part of
a blended family the opportu-
nity to meet each other in an
informal setting to discuss
issues that may arise in a
"yours, mine, ours" situation.
There is no charge for his pro-
gram. Call 661-7648 for infor-
Music Appreciation will meet
Tuesday, March 28, at 1 p.m. at
JPM with Fabs Kaldobsky. This
event is free of charge.
Passover Bingo will be played
Thursday, March 30, at 12:30
p.m. at JPM. Participants will
play a new game where the
prizes are food products that can
be used for Passover. A donation
is requested.
Harriet Gelfond instructs
adult art classes every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday from
9 a.m. to noon at JPM. This
beginning class uses various
media materials and is open to
everyone. There is a charge.

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