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June 02, 1995 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-02

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Contest Seeks
Seniors' Stories

In an effort to learn and share the
stories of our community's elders,
the Washtenaw County Jewish
Community Center's Spice of Life
Program for Older Adults is par-
ticipating in a Legacies contest
that asks those age 60 and old-
er to write brief stories about an
important event in their lives.
The contest is open to everyone
and not restricted to members of
the Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County.
The winner of the local contest
will be eligible for entry into the
National Legacies Contest and
$15,000 in cash prizes; there will
also be prizes awarded to local
winners. In addition, every story
will be entered into the Legacies
archives designed to preserve
these historical documents for fu-
ture generations.
Participants are asked to write
their story — typewritten or leg-
ibly hand-printed — in three
pages or less. There is no charge
to enter the contest. The deadline
for entries is July 31.
Legacies contest participants
are asked to select one of the fol-
lowing topics on which to base
their story: Tell a story of some-
thing that happened that
changed the direction of your life;
describe the greatest challenge
you've ever faced in your life; tell
story that you would want your
great-grandchildren to know; de-
scribe a spiritual experience that
had a strong influence on your
life; what is the funniest or the
best thing that ever happened to
you?
For information on the Lega-
cies contest, contact Yehudit
Newman at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Washtenaw
County, 2935 Birch Hollow Drive,
Ann Arbor, MI 48108; (313) 971-
0990.

Teen Caravan
Sessions Set

The Jewish Community Center
of Washtenaw County will spon-
sor two Summer Teen Caravan
sessions offering a week of field
trips and activities for teens en-
tering 6th, 7th and 8th grades.
The first of the two sessions, to
be held June 19 to 23, includes
day long outings to Four Bears
Water Park, Playland Amuse-
ment and Sports Complex, Red
Oaks Wave Pool, horseback rid-
ing and a Huron 'River Canoe
Day.
The second session, to be held
Aug. 21 to 25, includes inner-tub-
ing on the AuSable River, a High
ROPES Course adventure,
whirlyball and paddleboating,
Kensington Metropark, and a
day of experiencing our colonial
frontier past topped off by square

dancing, hayrides and bonfire
roasts.
Participants may register for
a single event or an entire ses-
sion. For information, call 971-
0990.

Therapist
Gives Talk

"Does My Therapist Have To Be
Like Me?" is the title of a talk to
be given by Dr. Howard Shevrin,
a professor of psychiatry at the
University of Michigan and a psy-
choanalyst, in a presentation for
the Washtenaw County Jewish
Family Services Mental Health
Network, Sunday, June 11, from
10 a.m. to noon, at the Jewish
Community Center of Washte-
naw County.
Dr. Shevrin will discuss the
therapist/client fit as it pertains
to Jewish identity, gender and
race. Is sameness needed for com-
patibility?
Coffee and bagels will be
served. There is a $5 charge for
the meeting.

Special Week
At The JCC

A week of art, science and com-
puter activities for ages 5 to 10
will be presented by the Jewish
Communty Center of Washte-
naw County from June 19 to 23
in cooperation with the Ann
Arbor Art Association and Corn-
puQuest Educational Services. A
variety of classes in each area
will be offered, full- or half-day
sessions.
Call the JCC, 971-0990, for in-
formation.

Home Buyers
Get Advice

First-time home buyers will have
the opportunity to learn the how-
tos of buying a home at a free
program June 12, from 6:45-9
p.m. at the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Jewish Community Center.
The event will teach home
buyers how to apply and qualify
for a home mortgage, choose a
lender and real estate agent, fill
out a purchase agreement, bud-
get a nd understand a credit ap-
plication.
Reservations are required for
the workshop sponsored by by
the Neighborhood Project of the
Jewish Federation of Metropol-
itan Detroit and co-sponsored by
Capital Mortgage Funding and
Century 21-Today.
For details or to register, call
the Neighborhood Project, (810)
967-1112.

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