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March 31, 1995 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-31

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Director of Resident Services
Fleischman Residence / Blumberg Plaza
6710 West Maple Road • West Bloomfield • 010) 661-2999

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On Sunday, April 9, new Amer-
ican families from the former So-
viet Union, are invited to attend
a concert by Irina Lekhtman will
perform songs in Hebrew, Russ-
ian and Yiddish.
Sponsored by the Agency for
Jewish Education's Jewish Edu-
cation's Experiences for Families
and the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, this event will run from 1 to
2 p.m., followed by a docent tour
of local artists at the Jewish Com-
munity Center's Janice Charach
Epstein Museum from 2 to 3 p.m.
There is a fee.
Transportation is available,
but please register early. To reg-
Steven Kaplan
ister or for information, call Laris-
Steven Kaplan will be the speak- sa Bank after 4 p.m. at the
er at a program sponsored by Agency for Jewish Education,
Southfield Boy Scouts Troop (810) 354-1050.
Number 1682. Mr. Kaplan's top-
ic is "Citizenship: Rights, Re-
sponsibilities, and Privileges."
The event will be held Tuesday,
April 4, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Bede's
Educational Center, 18300 W. 12
Mile Road, Southfield.
The Fresh Air Society is the re-
An assistant prosecuting at- cipient of a $40,000 grant from
torney in Macomb County since the Skillman Foundation ear-
1986, Mr. Kaplan is a member of marked for its Silverman Village
the Southfield Public Schools program for emotionally impaired
Board of Education. He is a mem- children at Camp Maas.
ber of the boards of directors of
Silverman Village is a summer
Substance Abuse Information residential camping program for
center and Haven Domestic Vio- children aged 6-14 with mild to
lence Shelter.
moderate behavior problems. On
The public is invited to attend; site are opportunities for swim-
no admission fee is required.
ming, kayaking, sailing, crafts,
nature programs, sports,
computers, adventure challenge
activities. Other activities such
as horseback riding and pio-
neer skills are offered at Camp
Bais Chabad Torah Center will Maas.
The goals of the program are
sponsor a Thursday night lecture
series on the Haggadah. Rabbi to help children become more pos-
Elimelech Silberberg will discuss itive in their interactions with
"Chasidic and Philosophical In- others, be more responsive to re-
sights" as well as The Practical alistic limits and expectations,
Mechanics" of the Haggadah. become more responsible for their
Classes will be given Thursday behavior, and more confident of
nights, 8 p.m. at the Torah Center. their ability to be successful.
Silverman Village accepts
The Torah Center's Women's
Shabbos Study Class will take about 35 campers to each of its
place this Saturday, April 1, 4:15 three 17 day sessions. The
p.m. at the home of Marilyn camper to staff ratio is two to one.
Kohn, 6761 Alderley Way, West The director of the program is
Dr. Barbara Vedder, a special ed-
Bloomfield.
ucation consultant to Wayne
County Intermediate School Dis-
trict.
The Skillman Foundation is a
private, grand making founda-
tion with a grant making budget
The Temple Beth El Brother- of $20 million. Headquartered in
hood, in conjunction with the Detroit, its geographic grant-
American Red Cross, will host its making area is Wayne, Oakland,
semi-annual blood drive, Sunday, and , Macomb counties. The
April 9, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the tem- Foundation makes grants in the
ple. Donors may schedule ap- areas of child and family welfare,
pointments in advance; walk-ins child and family health, educa-
are also welcome. Especially tion, juvenile justice, youth de-
needed are donors with 0+ blood. velopment, basic human needs,
To schedule an appointment culture and the arts, and
or for information, call Byron strengthening community and
Siegel, 354-2500.
civic institutions.

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