Commencement Plans Program
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The Jewish Parents Institute
commencement program will be
Sunday, May 14, at 11 a.m. at
Maple-Drake. Graduates are
Elizabeth Eule, Megan Golani,
Darren King, Brian Landau,
Eliza Lieberman, and Katie Wu-
jczyk. All six are longtime stu-
dents in JPI and celebrated their
b'nai mitzvah last May.
The graduates will present an
original candlelighting ceremo-
ny written as a result of their
work on the Names Project
through the Michigan Jewish
Aids Coalition. The program will
be followed by a reception.
Shop Novi Town Center from Friday, April 14 through Sunday, June 18, 1995 and receive a free
single use camera, an $8.99 value — with receipts totalling $100 or more from three stores.
Redeem your receipts at the Town Center Office, Monday-Friday, during business hours or
Borders Books & Music and One Hour Moto Photo.
Bodies in Motion
Borders Books & Music
Diamond Jim Brady's
Flowers & More
Konev Island Inn
Linens & More
Mason's Country Home
Merle Norman & More
Minsky The Tailor
One Hour Moto Photo
Sally Beauty Supply
Town Center Dry Cleaners
Town Center Gallery
Tropical Tan Lines
At Novi Town Center you'll find more than 50 stores with hundreds of gift ideas for Mother's Day, graduations,
Father's Day and other special spring time occasions. And with easy access off 1-96 at Novi and Grand River Road,
your shopping will be a snap with plenty of parking and a free camera to capture those special spring moments.
Void where prohibited. ?lust he 18 years old to redeem receipts. Subject to state and local laws.
Purchases must he from participating Novi Town Center stores. Camera giveaway while supplies last.
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• Complete Landscape Maintenance
• Complete Landscape Design
—Weekly Lawn Mowing
• New Landscaping
— Bed Maintenance
• Wood Chips, Shredded Bark, Etc —
— Spring and Fall Cleanups
• Brick Paving — Walks, Patios
• Flowers — Annuals, Perennials
— Core Aeration
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Call The Jewish News
The Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center will present the
On Tuesday, May 30, the last
in the Great Decisions 1995 se-
ries will take place at 7:30 p.m.
The topic "Promoting Democra-
cy: America's Mission?" will fea-
ture Congressmen Joe
Knollenberg. Drop-in fee is $8.
Beginning on Tuesday, May
30, for 10 weeks, is the Low
Vision Water Exercise. This is a
non-impact exercise class for
adults who are visually impaired.
Members: $30; non-members:
Wednesday, May 31, at 1 p.m.
will feature Senior Fitness Day.
Mameloschen perpetuates the
Yiddish language and meets the
2nd and 4th Monday of each
month. Non-members: $1.
The Chenille Sisters will ap-
pear on Saturday, June 24, at 9
p.m. Members: $12.50; non-mem-
A trip to Stratford Ontario is
planned for Wednesday-Thurs-
day, July 26-27, to see the musi-
cal The Boy Friend at the Avon
Theatre andAmadeus at the Fes-
tival Theatre. Members: $194 per
person double; non-members:
$204 per person double.
The Shaw Festival at Niagara-
On-The-Lake will feature Noel
Coward's Cavalcade and Edward
Percy's Ladies in Retirement on
Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 6-7.
For information and bro-
chures, call Lorraine Morris, 661-
The next meeting of the Bodzin
Family Club will be held on Sun-
day, May 14, at 8 p.m. at the
home of Eugene and Cherna
Kowalsky, of Southfield. Plans
for the annual summer picnic
will be discussed.
The next meeting of the South-
field-Oak Park Parkinson Sup-
port Group will be Wednesday,
May 17, at 7 p.m. at the Trow-
Andy Gressa and Ken Frank,
of the Royal Oak Parkinson Sup-
port Group, will give a demon-
stration of helpful exercises in
their program, "Reach Up, Reach
B'nai B'rith Michigan Regional
Council has upper deck box seats
on the right field line available
for Sunday, May 28, at 1:15 p.m.
for the 17th Annual B'nai B'rith
Family Event at Tiger Stadium.
The Detroit Tigers will play the
Chicago White Sox. Tickets may
be purchased by contacting the
B'nai B'rith Council Office or
James D. Grey, Council Tiger
event ticket chairman, 540-9070.
The next installment of the De-
troit Jewish Judicial Seminar will
be Wednesday, May 17, at 12:15
p.m. in the Riverside Conference
Room 700A, City/County Build-
ing, Detroit. The topic will be
"The Jewish Way of Handling
Terrorists, Guns and the Michi-
Rabbi Herschel Finman will
be the moderator for the discus-
sion. There is a $10 charge for
kosher lunch. Information and
required reservations can be
made by calling Rabbi Finman,
The Black Box by Amos Oz is the
featured book in the next Book
Bites discussion series which will
take place on Tuesday, May 23,
at 7:30 p.m. This book is the sto-
ry of an Israeli woman who is
happily remarried yet is obses-
sively attached to her former hus-
Sponsored by the Cultural
Commission of Congregation
Beth Achim, this session will be
held in the home of Linda Lieber-
man. The reviewer for the
evening will be Betsy Madorsky.
There is no charge for this se-
ries. Dessert will be served. To at-
tend, respond to the synagogue
office, 352-8670. The books in this
series are available at the syna-
gogue's library and at local book-