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May 05, 1995 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-05

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Men's Club
Elects Board

Jeffrey Suppowit

The men's club of Adat Shalom
Synagogue has elected Jeffrey
Supowit as its 1995-96 president.
Mr. Supowit and the other mem-
bers of the executive board will
be installed at a dinner meeting
beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Tues-
day, May 23. At that time, as
part of the Synagogue's 50th An-
niversary celebration, the men
also will honor the Adat Shalom
Men's Club past presidents.
Other officers for the coming
year will be programming vice
president, Stuart Logan; mem-
bership vice president, Michael
Weil; treasurer, Steven Woronoff;
and secretary, Marcus Bass.
There is a $10 charge for the
dinner. The community is wel-
come. Respond to the synagogue
by May 17, 851-05100.

Flint Plans
Celebration

GEMINI, twin brother musi-
cians Sandor and Laszlo Slo-
movits, will perform at the
celebration of Yom Ha'atzma'ut,
Israeli Independence Day on
Sunday, May 7, at Temple Beth
El, 501 South Ballenger High-
way, Flint.
The festivities begin at 1:30
p.m. with an Israeli lunch. The
Gemini Concert will follow at
2:15 p.m. with a "Musical Cele-
bration for Children and the
Whole Family" Students from
the Ivrieah, the Jewish religious
school of Flint, will add to the
concert.
The celebration is sponsored
by Flint Jewish Federation, Ivri-
ah, congregation Beth Israel Sis-
terhood, Temple Beth El, and
Hadassah.
Admission for the lunch and
concert is $5 per person, $3 for
those under 6 or over 65, or $15
per family. Make reservations by
calling the Flint Jewish Federa-
tion, 767-5922.

CLAL Scholar
At Midrasha

The Midrasha Center for Adult
Jewish Learning will offer a day
of study with Rabbi Tsvi Blan-
chard of CLAL - the National
Jewish Center for Learning and
Leadership, on Monday, May 15,
as part of a three-part sprig se-
ries titled "Leadership for the
Post-Modern Era. The Dilemma
of Contemporary Life."
All adult learners are invited
to participate. There is a charge.
Students who register together
as study partners enjoy a special
tuition discount. Midrasha also
offers group rates and substan-
tial discounts for Jewish educa-
tors and Jewish communal
professionals.
The topic for Rabbi Blan-
chard's study session, which will
be repeated at three different
times during the day, is "Pride,
Panic, and Penitence: A Psy-
chology of Guilt in the Jewish
Tradition." Using the classical
biblical story of David and Bat-
sheva, he will lead a discussion
about how guilt may originate in
the nexus of power, passion, and
personal responsibility.
Rabbi Blanchard's study ses-
sions will be held at 7:30 to 9 a.m.
(continental breakfast included),
12:30 to 2 p.m. (light lunch at
noon included), and 7:30 to 9 p.m.
(dessert refreshments will be
served). All three sessions will be
held at the Midrasha, located in
the AJE building at 21550 West
12 Mile Road in Southfield.
The final guest scholar in the
series will be Rabbi Steve Green-
berg, also a senior teaching fel-
low at CLAL, who will teach on
June 15 and 16. Rabbi Greenberg
developed and coordinates
CLAL's innovative Judaic train-
ing program for communal lead-
ers, the Learning Leaders
Program. His midrasha study
session is titled "Avodah Ke-
dosha: The Holiness of Work."
Advance registration is rec-
ommended. Students will be
asked to review some study ma-
terials prior to each session. For
information or to register, call
Nancy Kaplan or Sandy Loeffler
at (810) 354-1050.

Forum Hosts
Mr. Fieger

On Monday, May 8, at 8:30 p.m.,
the Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent Geoffrey Fieger as the sec-
ond of four guest speakers on the
theme "Confronting the Religious
Right." The Humanist Forum, an
annual series presented during
the month of May, takes a closer
look each year at current issues
of ethical and social importance
to the community at large.
There is no admission charge.
Questions from the floor will fol-
low the presentations.

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