RENEW YOUR gputit!
OBSERVE THE HIGH HOLIDAYS WITH US
The Men's Club of Adat Shalom
Synagogue will begin its pro-
gram year with a buffet dinner
and sports evening featuring
Tigers play-by-play announcer
Frank Beckmann. The event,
which is designed for the entire
family, is set for Tues., Sept. 19,
at 6:30 p.m.
The announcer will give his
perspective on the Detroit sports
scene. Mr. Beckmann is a former
WJR sports director and former
announcer for both the Lions and
The Family Circle announces a
series of programs focusing on
the issues of siblings of Jewish
people with disabilities. The pro-
gramming will have a broad ap-
peal for adults, siblings, and
families with young children.
The first event will take place
on Sunday, Sept. 10, from 9 a.m.
to noon at the agency for Jewish
Education. The keynote presen-
ter will be Sally Burton, creator
of "Kidpower," an empowerment
program for siblings of people
The presenter will be followed
by five workshops titled: The
Only Child; Making the Holidays
Work for You; In the Public Eye;
Communication with siblings;
and Creating Circle of Support.
Also included will be programs
for children of all ages, including
those with disabilities.
A highlight of this year's pro-
gram will be a two-part evening
follow-up on Wednesday, Sept.
13, and Wednesday, Sept. 20
from 7 to 9 p.m. The Sept. 13 pro-
gram will include a panel dis-
cussion featuring adult siblings
of people with special needs who
will reflect on their own life ex-
periences. The Sept. 20 program
will provide parents and siblings
with the opportunity for follow-
up discussion. Both evening ses-
sions will be facilitated by
Margaret Weiner, associate ex-
ecutive director of Jewish Fam-
ily Service. All sessions will take
place at the agency for Jewish
Education in Southfield.
Family Circle is coordinated
by the Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation, and co-sponsored with
Jewish Association for Residen-
tial Care (JARC), Jewish Com-
munity Center of Metropolitan
Detroit, the Agency for Jewish
Education's Jewish Experiences
For Families, Jewish Family Ser-
vice, Jewish Federation of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, The Jewish.
News, Jewish Information and
Referral Service, Kadima,
Keshet, Temple Beth El, and
Yachad of National Conference
of Synagogue Youth.
There is a charge for the pro-
gram series. For information or
to register, contact Bayla Lands-
man, (810) 354-1050.
HIGH HOLIDAY TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
For information Call: (810) 352-8670
CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM
21100 West Twelve Mile Road, Southfield, Michigan 48076
CAN A GOOD RELIGIOUS
Your children need more than lessons in Jewish history and
traditions to face the complex, ever-changing world they'll face as
Their Jewish educational experience should build character by
using our rich past to focus their youthful energies and shape
their changing attitudes today so they can meet tomorrow as
confident, caring, responsible and responsive Jews.
We believe children need a total religious education and
experience that is based on more than rote recitations. That is
why Congregation Shir Tikvah's pace-setting, award-winning
family-oriented educational program this year is based on the
word "mitzvah," but goes one step further.
The word why has been added; why, as Jews, we have rules of
ethical behavior, why we are expected to do good deeds, why we
visit the sick, why we must preserve the earth and why we must
have compassion for those less fortunate.
A good religious school experience is not an expense. It's an
investment in your children's future as Jews. Come visit us. Drop
in anytime, but especially on Sunday, September 10 from 9:30
AM to 12:00 PM at Roeper School on Woodward, South of
Square Lake Road in Bloomfield Hills.
Meet and talk with our staff. Talk to our students. Attend a
class. Experience family education. Then decide. As the old
Yiddish proverb says, "dividends from your children are the most
7,7i Congregation r im,
I Shir Tikavah I
Men's & Women's
3425 Orchard Lake Rd., Keego Harbor
(At Commerce Rd.) Mon-Sat. 10-5, Thur. til 7
By Appointment or Call for Drop-off Time
FOR THE BEST IN
KNITTING & NEEDLEPOINT
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For more information call our Director of Education,
Janet Moses at (810) 354-3874.
Wishes to thank her
friends and relatives for
their many expressions
of support during her
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There is a charge for the
evening. For information, call
Stuart Logan, 540-0850 (days);
or the Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Bereavement Group, for young
widows and widowers with teen-
age children or younger, dis-
cusses how families with
children cope with the death of
a parent. Topics include parent-
ing issues, guilt, relationships,
religion, anger and powerless-
ness. This group is lead by Irma
Starr from Thursday, Sept. 21-
Nov. 9, 7-9 p.m. at the Apple-
baum Parenting Center.
Babysitting is available by reser-
Artifacts is a ceramics class
designed for adults to shape,
glaze, and fire a variety of sym-
bolic and useful items. Carol
Rock will teach this class begin-
ning Wednesdays, Sept. 13-Oct.
25, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. There will
be no class on Oct. 4.
Creative Kosher Cooking with
Mimi Markofsky is a three-part
series which begins on Monday,
Sept. 11, at 7 p.m. Part I: Gefil-
ite Fish from scratch to frozen to
canned; Part II: Chanukah par-
ty recipes and shortcuts; part III:
Basics of kosher cooking. Reg-
ister for the series or an individ-
Max Fisher will serve as the hon-
orary dinner chairman for the
Yeshiva Beth Yehudah 81st An-
nual Dinner to be held Sunday
evening, Oct. 22, at the Westin
Hotel. Avern Cohn will be the re-
cipient of the Golden Torah
Call the Yeshiva office, (810)