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December 01, 1995 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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* Macomb Center *
for the Performing Arts
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Pow-Wow Of Thanksgiving
For Temple Beth El Playground

featuring Holiday Songs
sponsored by

Sprint.

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4 P.M. & 8 P.M. Saturday, December 9
adult $24 • student/sr. cit. $22

Lou Rawls

featuring Songs For The Holidays
sponsored by

M3M
7 P.M. Sunday, December 10
adult $28 • student/sr. cit. $25

The Gaylords

featuring Family Holiday Songs
sponsored by Arriva Ristorante

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4 P.M. & 8 P.M. Saturday, December 16
adult $19 • student/sr. cit. $17

Rodger's & Hammerstein's

"Cinderella, The Musica



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.,. he nursery school at Tem- the blessing for the wine. To-
ple Beth El held a "pow- gether they chanted the challah
wow" at their annual blessing. With the help of music
Thanksgiving Shabbat cer- teacher Colette Rosner, the
emony. This year the children group sang Shabbat and Indian
and the school were especially songs.
The service ended with a Kid-
grateful to the many contributors
for new playground equipment. dush in a classroom with a clear
"Todah" was chanted during view of the colorful, new play-
the "pow-wow" to the generous ground equipment. Dad Dave
contributors: Robert and Bev- Fogel and son Derek were spot-
ted among the many par-
erly Canvasser,
ticipants.
Robert and Jane
Cobb, Paul and
Kathie Dizik,
STUDENT
Richard and Susie
PERFORMANCES
Fenster, Arnold and
In keeping with the
Clementine Joseff,
mission to create a bridge
Herbert and Babs
of understanding, the
Kaufman, Gerald CARLA SCHWARTZ Ben N. Teitel Foundation
and Randi Levin,
has underwritten a stu-
LOCAL
Stuart and Deena
dent performance of
COLUMNIST
Lockman, Marshall
JET's production of The
and Phyllis Lowen-
Diary of Anne Frank. Students
stein, and Herbert and Au- from the Detroit School for the
drey Saperstein.
Fine and Performing Arts and
The children, parents and Northern High School will join
teachers were seated Indian style students from West Bloomfield
around a tepee and totem pole High at a special performance.
while their chief, Rabbi Cook, This is one of 10 scheduled stu-
led them in a Shabbat-style
service. He greeted the group
with the traditional Indian
phrase, "how." When the
group responded "how" in re-
turn, the rabbi joked that the
Jewish response should be,
why?" All the children and
teachers, as well as Director
Marlene Thav, were dressed
in handmade Indian vests and
headbands for the occasion.
The Indian princess ema,
Elizabeth Canvasser, said
the blessing over the candles,
while the little
brave abba, Noah Dave and
Saperstein, said Derek Fogel

"

Danny Raskin, Jewish News

• Weddings
• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
• Anniversaries
• Private Parties

Pow-wow leaders Elizabeth Canvasser, Rabbi Cook and Noah Saperstein.

(810)354-6060

THE JEWISH NEWS

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