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August 04, 1995 - Image 74

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Maple-Drake
Programs Set

Alumni Plan
Meetings, Social

The Maple-Drake Jewish Corn-
munity Center will present the
following programs. On Monday,
Aug. 21, at 12:30 p.m., Peter
Rosenberg will recall the
Shaghai - Jewish connection in
his escape from Hitler's Ger-
many.
On Wednesday, Aug. 23, as
part of the ongoing lunch and
learn series, "Albert Kahn: De-
troit's Premier Architect" will be
discussed by Charles Hyde, pro-
fessor of history of technology
and industry at WSU. Lunch is
at noon; lecture at 12:30 p.m.
Health Club Members: no
charge; JCC members: $1.50;
non-members: $2.50. Coffee and
tea will be provided.
The following classes will be
available at Maple-Drake be-
ginning in September: Mondays
- Creative writing; Tuesdays -
cooking kosher, Captured Mo-
ments, Past and Present;
Wednesdays - beginning bridge,
sign language; Thursdays - mah
jongg, calligraphy, beginner
bridge, canasta, Pan, current
events.
For times and costs, call Lor-
raine Morris, 661-7649.
The Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center will present
'The Jews of Ethiopia: Art & Ar-
tifacts Exhibit" on Tuesday, Aug.
8, at 12:30 p.m. It will involve a
guided tour through the Janice
Charach Epstein Museum/
Gallery, followed by a film and
discussion. No charge.
On Wednesday, Aug. 9, at
12:30 p.m., a trio will sing in Eng-
lish, Russian, Hebrew and Ital-
ian in "A Musical Interlude" with
piano accompaniment. Members:
$1.50; non-members: $250.
An Ice Cream Social With
Maureen Shiffman and Coco will
be held on Thursday, Aug. 17, at
7 p.m. as part of the Me and My
Grandchild series. Adults: $3.50;
children: $2.50
For information, call Lorraine
Morris, 661-7649.

Members of the Gamma Kappa
Chi Alumni Fraternity of Wayne
State University will hold a se-
ries of luncheon meetings in Au-
gust at 12:30 p.m. each Thursday
at Sila's restaurant, 4033 W. 12
Mile, Berkley.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Harry Weberman, 363-
6634; or Max Fertel, 967-3472.
The GKC fraternity will hold
a dinner-theatre party on Sat.,
Aug. 12, at 7 p.m. at the
Ridgedale Players, 205 W. Long
lake, Troy. Call Art Moniker for
reservations, 557-7105.

Guided Tour
Jogs Memories

Temple Israel will offer a trip
down memory lane with a guid-
ed tour of Jewish Detroit by Ir-
win Cohen on Sunday, Aug. 13,
from 10 a.m. to noon. "Where
We've Been and Where We Are"
will feature a slide show of Jew-
ish landmarks of yesteryear pre-
sented in an entertaining format
under the auspices of Temple Is-
rael's Adult Education Commit-
tee. A light breakfast also will be
included.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call the temple office,
661-5700.

Rosalynn Carter
Will Speak

Former first lady Rosalynn
Carter will speak at the 1995
Critical Issues in America Forum
on Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 8 p.m.
at the Plaza Hotel, 16400 J.L.
Hudson Drive, Southfield. Her
topic will be "Caregiving: Help-
ing Yourself Help Others." The
talk is free of charge.
Mrs. Carter's recent book is
Helping Yourself Help Others: A
Book for Caregivers. She has
been an advocate for mental
health for the past 20 years. She
served as chairman of the Pres-
ident's Commission on Mental
Health during the Carter ad-
ministration and was a leading
advocate for the Mental Health
Systems Act of 1980.
For information, call Eileen
Polk, (810) 661-7649.

Bais Chabad
Talk, Courses

Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg of
Bais Chabad Torah Center will
deliver a lecture on the Torah
portion of the week, which will
include a discussion on the hol-
iday of the 15th of Av on Monday
night, 8:15 p.m. at the Torah
Center.
Bais Chabad Torah Center
has opened registration for its
high school program, which will
take place on Sunday mornings
at the Torah Center. The pro-
gram is open to all high school
students regardless of synagogue
affiliation. The curriculum is
composed of courses on Torah
study, Jewish history and He-
brew language. For information
cal the Torah Center, 855-6170.
The Torah Center will offer a
new course on Jewish history.
Rabbi Silberberg will give a class
on the book of Shoftim, Thurs-
day nights, 8 p.m. at the Torah
Center. For information, call the
Torah Center.

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