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June 02, 1995 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-02

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Beth Shalom
Honors Teachers

Congregation Beth Shalom will
honor teachers and aides on June
3, during Shabbat services.
The honorees are kindergarten
- Susan Newman and Jennifer
Sima; grade 1- Rhonda Pliskow
and Joshua Kannon; grade 2 -
Sheilah Goldberg; grade 3 - Jean-
nette Tilchin; grade 4 - Seymour
Kaplan and Barbara Eisenberg;
grade 5 - Madalyn Rabinowitz
and Ronit Lipsky; grade 6 -
Sharon Wise and Nate Berman;
grade 7 - Dr. Bruce Friedman
and Devorah Pearlman; high
school - Jerome Kaufman and
Rabbi Moshe Lechtenstein. Also,
for music - Judy Goldstein; li-
brary - Vicki Salinger.
Beth Shalom also will honor
Siddur recipients from Beth
Shalom Religious School and Hil-
lel Day School.

BAHM Plans
Two events

Rabbi Bergman and Cantor
Lanxner of Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses will pre-
sent "Turn Friday Night Into
Shabbat" on June 9. Friday
evening services will feature the
installation of the Men's Club of-
ficers and trustees, starting at
6:30 p.m. with dinner following
at 7:15 p.m. Adults are $10 and
children 10 and under are $4.50.
Make reservations by calling the
synagogue office, (810) 851-6880.
On Sunday, July 2, the syna-
gogue will dedicate the Harry and
Belle Ribiat Garden. Services will
be at 9 a.m. and a champagne
brunch will follow the dedication.
There is no charge. Call the syn-
agogue office to make reserva-
tions.

THE CLUB

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AN ADULT DAY PROGRAM

We cater to Senior Adults who like to travel

BE OUT & ABOUT THIS SUMMER!

Can't go to the Mountains?
Is the Seashore too far?
Cruising is out of the question?
Not driving a car?

Plan on spending the Summer
at The Club!

B'NAI B'RITH
YOUTH ORGANIZATION
(BBYO)

CONGRATULATES ITS

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MEMBERS
AND FORMER MEMBERS
RECOGNIZED AS

TOP SCHOLARS

BY THE
JEWISH NEWS

Adat Shalom
B'not Mitzvah

Five adult members of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will become
B'not Mitzvah during Shavuot
morning services on Sunday,
June 4. Susan Kutinsky, Sandra
Robbins, Leslie Tapper, Joyce
Weingarten and Andrea Wolfe
have studied since fall with Rab-
bi Efry Spectre and Cantor
Howard Glantz to prepare for
this occasion.
During the service, which be-
gins at 9 a.m., members of the
synagogue's post bat mitzvah
classes will chant the Book of
Ruth. Readers include: Barbara
Cook, Shula Fleischer, Annette
Greenstein, Nancy Handleman,
Brenda Weingarten, Ruth Wein-
garten, Shoshana Wolok, Esther
Liwazer.
A kiddush in honor of the B'not
Mitzvah will follow the service.

IN THE PLAZA

• Meet and greet Friends
• Participate in purposeful
recreational, educational &
cultural activities
• Foster independence
• Promote wellness
• Improve quality of life
• Provide respite for the caregiver
• Enjoy nutritional Kosher food

THE CLUB is located in the Blumberg Plaza,
West Bloomfield - Jewish Community Campus.
Transportation is available.
For more information, please call Myrna Katz,
Adult Day Program Director (810) 661-2999

CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID

Cordially Invites the Entire Community

TO JOIN US FOR

SHAVUOT
SERVICES

AT THE
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
WEST BLOOM FIELD

SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 8:45 A.M.
'MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 8:45 A.M.

'Yizkor will be recited on Monday morning, June 5 (at about) 10:15 am.

DONATE
YOUR
CAR

SHAVUOT SERVICES WILL BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI MARTIN GORDON,

THE LITURGY WILL BE CHANTED BY CANTOR ASHER ADLER

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Almost any condition. • Tax deductible

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A Jewish Association for Residential Care
for persons with developmental disabilities

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Southfield, Michigan 48034

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and the Halls
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(810) 661-4050

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