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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-25

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Maple/Drake 810-661-1000
6600 W. Maple, West Bloomfield 48322

fall Class Registration
in FuJ1 Swing

C

lass registration for the
new and expanded array
of offerings at both Cen-
ter locations is now in progress.
Beginning in September, the Cen-
ter showcases some of the finest
talents in course instruction in the
community. The Center of Cre-
ative Studies — Institute of Music
and Dance provides a unique, in-
ternationally prominent environ-
ment for education in the creative
arts. CCS begins its collaboration
with the Center at Maple/Drake
serving children and adults.
Adults can participate in the

Kenard Lawrence

Center's Creative Writing Work-
shop with noted producer, writer
and cinematographer, Ken
Lawrence. Students will recognize
Mr. Lawrence as the past produc-
er of the DIA's World Adventure
Series and current producer of this
series on Continental Cablevision.
Conversational Hebrew for
Travelers, with instructor Beth
Dodzin, offers adults and teens
the opportunity to learn such nec-
essary phrases as "Effo ha
sherutim?" or 'Where is the bath-
room?" in a unique class for those
planning a visit to Israel or with
Israelis.
Health Club and Sports and Fit-
ness classes abound for adults of
all ages, while the Center's Aquat-
ics, Sports and Fitness and Child
Development Center programs
provide our community's chil-
dren with the finest quality class
instruction in a safe and nurtur-
ing Jewish environment.
Call the JCC or stop by to pick
up your class catalogue. Register
by September 3 and receive a
$5.00 discount on most class of-
ferings. We're doing great things
at the JCC! A place where you be-
long.

its & Fitness Powerful
all Programming

T

his Fall the Jewish Com-
munity Center is shaping
up to be the most out-
standing ever with respect to
quantity and quality of program-
ming. A quick glance through the
newly designed catalogue imme-
diately evokes a feeling of won-
derment. Classes are offered for
infants, toddlers, youths, teens,
adults and mature adults. The
classes are innovative and excit-
ing. Our new Samantha Erin
Rosen Children's Pool allows for
beginning swim classes that are
specially designed with this
unique pool in mind. Karate class-

es get kick'n with instructor, Mr.
Zilli. Soccer scores with Coach
Dave providing instruction.
Rollerblading gets on a roll with
Theresa Fulgenzi leading the dass.
Basketball, tennis, hockey, gym-
nastics, munchkin and mini-sports
are all part of the this all star fall
lineup.
It is clear to see that cutting edge
programming at the Jewish Com-
munity Center is making the fall
look very bright. For registration
and general information please
call (810) 661-7678 or (810) 661-
7679 at Maple/Drake or (810) 967-
4030 at JPM.

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Monday & Thursday
Tuesday & Wednesday
Friday
Sunday

9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

JPM 810-967-4030
15110 W. 10 Mile Rd., Oak Park 48237

This Week
At. . .

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Donate your Fine Art to the
Janice Charach Epstein Museum/Gallery

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by September 7

12:30 p.m. — Scrabble
Tournament

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JANICE
CHARACH
EPSTEIN

Bidding begins
September 13 and ends September 21

MUSEUM

GALLERY

. For more information, please call (810) 661-7641.

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Jerome Glassman Story

August 28 -

10:00 p.m. — Men's Club
Meeting

1:00 p.m. — Mameloschen

7:30 p.m. — Drop-in
Contract Party Bridge

August 30 -

1:00 p.m. — Ron Coden
Show – LIVE

August 31-

H

e sings, he dances, he
smiles, he hugs, he shakes
hands, he pours coffee, he
distributes gifts, and he makes old-
er people happy. Who is he? — Jer-
ry Glassman of JPM's famous
"Glassman Parties." They are so-
cial events for seniors that Jerry
and his family — wife Debbie, son
George, daughters Lenore and
Judy, and sons-in-law, Alan Singer
and Dout Etkin have sponsored
several times a year for the last
eight years.
The most recent "Summer
Splash" event featured Sam Bar-
nett and his band, balloons and
decorations, delicious refresh-
ments including halavah, and a
great deal of good will and gen-
erosity
"The Center is a fabulous place
for seniors to visit. They can par-
ticipate in programs, have fun and
keep active" said Jerry "We need
to watch over our older people. It's
our obligation and necessary in
our society," he said.
Jerry, who was born in Rochester
New York, moved here with his
parents and grandparents when
he was six months old. He lived
on Dexter and Tuxedo, down the
block from the original United He-
brew School. He sang in their choir
every day after school and also has
sung in the choirs of B'nai David,
B'nai Moshe, Shaarey Zedek and
Adat Shalom.
Jerry was in the Navy on an air-
craft carrier in the South Pacific

August 27-

12:30 p.m. — Bridge

FALL CLASS REGISTRATION
ONGOING AT BOTH BUILDINGS

JPM

Monday, Tuesday,

Wednesday, Friday–

moo a.m. —Senior Fitness

August 28 —

Jeroine Glassman

during WW II and when he re-
turned, worked for a jeweler be-
fore he got married to Debbie in
1950 and went into the used car
business. He owned Key Motors
on Livernois for 23 years until he
bought the property on 12 Mile
and Telegraph and built and
opened Glassman Oldsmobile in
1969. Son George, an attorney, now
runs the business and Jerry, who
will be 69, now divides his time be-
tween Florida, golf, and enter-
taining seniors at the JCC.
His interest in seniors began
many years ago when his parents
died and he cared for his grand-
mother for many years. Jerry and
Debbie Glassman have 8 grand-
children. The Center applauds the
Jerry Glassman Family for their
ongoing support.

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1:00 p.m. — Healthy
Lifestyles

12:30 p.m. — Adult Choir

2:00-4:00 p.m. — Chess
Club

August 30 -

11:00 a.m. — Senior Trip to
the Detroit Zoo

1:45 p.m. — Tai Chi

August 31 -

10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. —
Senior Olympics of the
Mind and Body

September1-

10:00 a.m. — Rabbi
Conrad's Lecture

12:45 p.m. — Erev Shabbat
Program

FALL CLASS REGISTRATION
ONGOING AT BOTH BUILDINGS

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