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Simcha, an organization for Jew-
ish gays and lesbians, will host
a Chanukah party on Sunday,
Dec. 17. The party will be held in
the home of a Simcha member
in Oak Park at 5 p.m. Members
and guests should bring an un-
wrapped toy for any age child.
Simcha will hold an erev hol-
iday Chinese dinner on Sunday,
Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. at Royal Oak
restaurant. Call the Simcha hot-
line for details regarding both
events, (810) 353-8025.
The Sixth Annual Jewish Home
for Aged's Auxiliary and Bene-
factors Millionaires Best West-
ern Party will be held on
Saturday, Jan. 27, at Tam-0-
Shanter Country Club, at 7:30
p.m. Gaming will begin at 8:15
p.m. followed by dessert buffet
and prize distribution.
The co-chairpersons for this
fund-raising event are Pearlina
Bodzin, auxiliary, and Jonathan
Steinberg, benefactors. The
evening's proceeds will benefit
the residents of the Jewish Home
For information, phone Carol
Rosenberg, (810) 661-2999.
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Machon L' Torah, will host its
8th annual Chanukah concert on
Sunday, Dec. 17, 7 p.m. at the
West Bloomfield High School.
The "Evening of Jewish Music"
will feature the internationally
acclaimed star Dedi from New
York and'Yisroel Williger, also
from New York. The singers will
be accompanied by Yerachmiel
Stewart's Segula Orchestra and
New York trumpeter Jim Hynes.
For ticket information, call
The Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans and the
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries
will have a Chanukah party on
Saturday, Dec. 23, 6:30 p.m. at
the JWV Memorial Home.
The charge is $5 per person,
members only. This includes a
buffet supper and entertainment
will feature Max Sosin accom-
panied by Marlene Nessel.
Make reservations by calling
Bertha Kole, 559-5680, by Dec.
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Rabbi Daniel Nevins will speak
at the weekly Conservative
Movement Torah and Lunch pro-
gram Thursday, Dec. 21, start-
ing at 12:30 p.m. in the Max M.
Fisher Jewish Federation Build-
ing. Lunch is available for a fee
at noon reservations are re-
The weekly Torah series is
sponsored by the Detroit Friends
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, the Rabbinical Assembly
and United Synagogue for Con-
servative Judaism, Michigan Re-
gion. For information or
luncheon reservations, call the
Jewish Theological Seminary of-
Dr. Owen Z. Perlman of Ann Ar-
bor will chair the United Jewish
appeal National Physicians and
Dentists Mission to Israel, "In
the Footsteps of Maimonides,"
The mission will include meet-
ings with leaders in the medical
field as well as trips to archaeo-
logical sites in Beit Shears and the
Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem's
Old City, briefings with Israeli
leaders, a Purim celebration,
briefing at a military installation,
guided tours to historic and reli-
gious sites and a visit to an im-
migrant absorption center.
Cost of the mission is $2,099
per person, double occupancy. It
includes round-trip airfare from
New York, deluxe accommoda-
tions, transportation, guides,
transfers, taxes, programs and
most meals. The price includes
a $500 UJA subsidy.
An optional post-mission pack-
age to Jordan also is available.
For information about the mis-
sion, call Steve Reitman the UJA
Western region office, (818) 386-
Rabbi Eliinelech Silberberg of
Bais Chabad Torah Center will
continue his lecture series "Jew- i
ish History Through the Window
of Tenach" on Thursday night,
Dec. 21, 8 p.m. at the Torah Cen-
ter. The Shofet Yiftach will be
the focus of the discussion.
Rabbi Silberberg will conduct
a lunch and learn at the offices
of Arthur Liss, Pinehurst Build-
ing, Suite 200, 1400 N. Wood-
ward, Bloomfield Hills, on
Thursday, Dec. 21, at 12:30 p.m.
For information, call the Torah