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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-01

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

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

Fall Swim Team Dives in

A

s a team member, your
child will be taught the
fundamentals of com-
petitive swimming by our
highly motivated and knowl-
edgeable coaches.
Our coaches will foster a sense
of discipline and sportsman-
ship, as well as enabling your
child to reap the rewards com-
petition provides.
Our fall session runs 17 LL1. 1 to Right: Arkl Kozvalsky, Steithattie TOW el;
weeks, starting September 11 Alexi Bolton
through January 4. We under-
40 practices per session:
stand the influx of your child's
activities this time of year, there-
4 days per week
fore we offer a flexible practice
(any days you choose)
schedule.
Members: $130 - Non-mem. $150
20 practices per session:
In addition there is a one time
2 days per week
registration fee of $10 which in-
(any days you choose)
cludes a JCC team t-shirt.
Members: $70 - Non-members $90
So round up your goggles, cap
and bathing suit and join us for a
30 practices per session:
rewarding swim experience.
3 days per week
If you have any questions call
(any days you choose)
the Sports and Fitness Depart-
Members: $100 - Non-mem. $120
ment at (810) 661-7682.

C

RITICAL ISSUES IN

AMERICA FORUM

CAREGIVING: HELPING YOURSELF HELP OTHERS

Jewish

_

a.m., marks
the opening day
of the Jewish Par-
ents Institute's
Institute
forty-seventh
year of classes,
and for some, the question re-
mains: What is the JPI?
JPI is a unique, successful Sun-
day School, operating out of the
Jewish Community Center at
Maple/Drake. It is a family-ori-
ented, parent-driven alternative
to traditional Sunday schools. The
Institute offers a dynamic Jewish
education, which includes, holi-
day celebrations, an optional B'-
nai Mitzvah program, teen
activities, and adult program-
ming.

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The curriculum specifies Holi-
day and Bible stories, early Jew-
ish history, modem Israel and its
creation as a state, Jews of the Di-
aspora, Anti-Seinitism, the Holo-
caust, and contemporary Jewish
values and issues. The optional
B'nai Mitzvah includes a com-
munity related work project, and
combines it with a rite of passage
ceremony. The ceremony is shared
by the students, their families and
their guests.
The JPI gears its school for chil-
dren between the ages of 3 and 14.
Older teens are welcome and in-
vited to the JPI teen club, and to
work in the schoolrooms as Teen
Assistants.
All inquiries about JPI should be
directed to Marilyn Wolfe at (810)
661-7637.

WE'RE PLAYING
GAMES WITH
YOUR HEALTH

Summer is winding down but the Jewish Community
Center Health Club is gearing up for fall. With new
membership rates, there's all the reason in the world to join-
for your health, to be with your family and friends and for
the best value for your money.

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New Health Club members who sign up between
September 1 and October 15 will be included in a
drawing to win a FREE year's membership!

Maple/Drake

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
NO ADMISSION CHARGE
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1995
8:00 P.M.

•September 5-

THE PLAZA HOTEL

BEGIN

16400 J.L. Hudson Drive
Southfield, MI

NEW FALL CLASSES

Valet Parking Begins —

Get your monthly parking
pass for only $14.00

ROSALYNN CARTER

For further information, please call (810) 661-7649
SEATING AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS

co-sponsored by: Detroit Free Press, The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit,
Shirky Harris Philanthropic Fund pr Senior Adults, Henry Ford Health System, LeVine institute
on Aging-Jemish Home j6r the Aged, The Plaza Hotel, United Way Community Services,
WDIV [TV 4, WW1•950 Ni'u Radio

1:00 p.m. Hearing loss
support group



September 6 -

Child Development School
year begins

September 7-

12:30 p.m.



Bridge

Cliajes Concert Series Begins

JPI begins 47th year of
Dynamic Educ.ation

September
10th, at 10:00

1995

This Week
At. • •

T

he Jewish Corn-
munity Center,
Maple/Drake
proudly presents the

Detroit Chamber
i Winds on Sunday,

September 10 at 4:00
p.m. This will be the
first in a series of three concerts
which are part of the Julius Cha-
jes Concert Series.
Detroit Chamber Winds is an
ensemble that is committed to

bringing to life the large and won-
derful body of mixed wind and
brass music that utilizes between
six and twenty musicians.
Their music has been described
as "Sheer majesty played with im-
peccable technique surpassing the
taste of the Canadian Brass while
being at least as funny."
For further information and
reservations call Esther Tuchk-
laper at (810) 661-7630/7634.

Generations Together Starts
2nd Year of Programming

enerations Together, an i n-
tergenera tional program
coordinated by the Jewish
Community Center, is excited to
announce the second year of
funding from the Max M. Fisher
Jewish Community Foundation.
The initial program for this year
will be, "Captured Moments -
Past and Present."
History teacher and oral histo-
rian Glenn Ruggles will instruct
you in the way to ask the right
questions to gather and preserve
your family's history. This class is
open to all ages - students
through adults. This is a perfect
opportunity to finally capture for
posterity all those stories your
Bubby and Zaydie told you.
There is no charge for this class

September 3 -

JPM Health Club

Appreciation Day

September 5 -

NEW FALL CLASSES

BEGIN

1:00 p.m. — Armchair
Traveler Series Russia and
the Hermitage

September 6 -
Fall Nursery Begins

Trip to Niagara on the Lake

September 7 -

1:00 p.m. — Blue Cross /
Blue Shield Series:

G

Nutrition

September 8 -

A Community—Wide intergenerational Project

which is co-sponsored by the Jew-
ish Community Archives. "Cap-
tured Moments" will begin on
Wednesday, September 6 at the
JPM building and on Thursday,
September 7 at the Maple/Drake
building. Both classes will run for
four consecutive weeks and will
be held from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
More exciting events are now
being planned for the coming
year. For information on Genera-
tions Together events, please con-
tact Eileen Polk at 661-7648.

10:00 a.m. — Rabbi Con-
rad's Lecture

12:45 p.m. — Erev Shabbat

Program

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