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May 05, 1995 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-05

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Project Chametz, a joint program
of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil and The Jewish News, col-.
lected more than 1000 pounds of
food for local emergency food
providers this month.
During the Project Chametz
collection period, the week lead-
ing up to Passover, area Jews
brought unopened chametz (not
kosher for Passover) food prod-
ucts to collection sites at the Oak
Park and West Bloomfield Jew-
ish Community Centers and the
Agency for the Jewish Education
in Southfield. The Food Bank of
Oakland County and St. Vincent
DePaul Community Food Depots
distributed the food to emergency
food providers in southeast low-
er Michigan. Pepsi Cola Bottling
Company provided the collection
boxes, which were decorated by
students from Darchei Torah and
the Jewish Community Center's
nursery schools.
Project Chametz is endorsed by
the Michigan Board of Rabbis and
the Council of Orthodox Rabbis.

JPM Plans
Varied Events

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On Monday, May 8, at 1 p.m.
Fabs Kaldobsky will continue to
discuss various Arab Countries
and their relationships with Is-
rael. This is part of his on-going
lectures about Israel at the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Jewish Com-
munity Center. There is no
charge.
The Cantorial Series will con-
tinue with its third guest, Can-
tor Howard Glantz of Adat
Shalom Synagogue on Tuesday,
May 9, at 1 p.m. Light refresh-
ments will be served. There is no
charge for JCC members and a
nominal charge for non-mem-
bers. Call JPM 967-4030, for in-
formation.
The Yiddish Culture Club will
meet on Thursday, May 11, at
12:30 p.m. This dub meets the sec-
ond Thursday of each month.
Haim Rosenthal, who facilitates
this group, presents videos, speak-
ers, and music. There is no charge.
The Lag B'Omer Concert will
take place on Thursday, May 18,
at 1 p.m. Singer and actress Ellen
Sandweiss Hodges will help cel-
ebrate this holiday. There is a
charge.

Israel Fest
Plans Set

Children's entertainment, the
sounds of jazz and the rhythmic
poetry of David Broza are on tap
for the Incredible Israel Fest,
May 21, at the Maple-Drake Jew-
ish Community Center.

Members of the community
are invited to take part in the
"Walk for Israel" at 1 p.m. and
stay for the entertainment which
begins at 3 p.m. with child en-
tertainer Chani Nachmias.
In her one-woman show, Ms.
Nachmias combines acting, pan-
tomime and the singing of popu-
lar Israeli and American nursery
rhymes with children from the
audience.
At 4:15 p.m., the Israeli Jazz
band Esta will perform Israeli,
Bulgarian and other folk music
elements with the rhythms of the
Mediterranean, American rock
and jazz.
Ori Binshtok, stings; Amir
Gwirtzman, reed instruments;
Shlomo Deshet, drums and per-
cussion; and Bentzi Gafni, bass
make up the Tel Aviv quartet,
which came to the United States
in 1983.
Michael Harpaz and the Hil-
lel Day School Choir will perform
at 6:15 p.m. and be followed by
the Israeli pop star David Broza
singing his Hebrew songs of con-
temporary poetry and music at
7:30 p.m.
Mr. Broza was born in Israel,
raised in Spain, and educated. in
England. He attributes much of
is passion for music to his boy-
hood in Spain which is present in
his use of the flamenco guitar.
A fireworks display will cap
the afternoon of concerts, chil-
dren's rids and family activities.
For details, call the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan De-
troit's Michigan/Israel Connec-
tion, (810) 642-4260.

Scholarship Fund
Applications

Applications are being accepted
for the Jewish Federation of Met-
ropolitan Detroit 1995-96 educa-
tion scholarship fund which
provides financial assistance to
families with children in formal
Jewish Sunday, afternoon and
evening schools.
The scholarships, based on a
family's financial need, are part
of a larger initiative to encourage
members of the community to
join synagogues and temples
while at the same time promot-
ing Jewish education.
Funds from the scholarships
came from the proceeds to the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign.
Scholarships forms are avail-
able at the schools and at the
Agency for Jewish Education.
Priority will be given to families
who have current or pending
membership in congregations.
Completed applications must be
returned to the school by June
30.
Families will be notified by Au-
gust if their child qualifies for a
scholarship. For details, call
Sarah Pedell at the AJE, (810)
354-1050.

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