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December 15, 1995 - Image 136

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-15

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THE CLUB (A SENIOR ADULT DAY PROGRAM)

MAKE A POSITIVE CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE OR
IN THE LIFE OF SOMEONE FOR WHOM YOU CARE.

• Door to Door Transportation

• Social Interaction with peers

• Delicious Kosher meals

• Religious services, classes
and Holiday observances

• Trained Professionals caring
for your loved ones

• Intergenerational activities

• Participation in planned recreational,
educational and cultural activities

• Respite for the caregivers

Located in The Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza on the JCC Campus
6710 West Maple Road

The Club fosters independence, promotes wellness and improves the
quality of life of every participant. Make a positive change today.

Call Myrna Katz, Day Program Director at (810) 661-2999.

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FLYS FROM

LUB TAM®

CAZesattickt

Le BARON

METRO DETROIT
ISRAEL EXPERT

PAL ZILERI®

(

810-FLY EL-AL

COLLECTIONS AT

KS Pi C

REGULAR

'784

(roundtrip w/land booking)

BIG & TALL

In The Former Location Of

BOOKS

Bought and Sold

KOSINS CLOTHES

Southfield Rd. (between 11 & 12 Mile Rd.) • Lathrup Village • (810) 569-5405
Store Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10 am to 9 pm, Sun. 12 pm to 5 pm

LIBRARY BOOKSTORE

545-4300
Open 7 Days

Books &night

In Your Home

Next time you feed your face, think about your heart.

Go easy on your heart and start cutting back on foods that are high in saturated
fat and cholesterol. The change'II do you good.

138

American Heart Association

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

M. Sempliner

Super Sunday
Calls Planned

Bagels, Books
Discussion Set

This year, a new or increased Su-
per Sunday pledge to Campaign
'96 of the Jewish Federation of
Washtenaw County will be dou-
bled. A local philanthropist has
agreed to match dollar-for-dollar
all increased pledges and all new
pledges to the Jewish Federa-
tion's Campaign '96 from persons
who confirm a pledge with a
phone volunteer on Super Sun-
day.
Super Sunday will take place
on Sunday, Jan. 28, when vol-
unteers for the Super Sunday
Phone-athon gather at the Jew-
ish Community Center.
This year Super Sunday will
be run from phone banks at the
Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County. To find out
about volunteering, call the Fed-
eration, 677-0100.

Bagels & Books, the Washtenaw
County JCC's Jerwish book dis-
cussion series will continue on
Sunday, Dec. 17, at the Jewish
Community Center of Washte-
naw County, at 10:30 a.m. with
Lia Wiss discussing From Aging
to Sage-ing: A Profound New Vi-
sion of Growing Older by Zalman
Schaecter-Shalomi and Ronald
S. Miller.
Ms.Wiss is a speaker and fa-
cilitator of workshops on Jewish
spirituality, meditation and-
prayer. She completed an in-
ternship with Rabbi Schaecter-
Shalomi's spiritual Eldering In-
stitute in Philadelhia and is en-
rolled in the doctorate of ministry
program at the Ecumenica The-
ology Seminary in Detroit. She
also is performing a hospital
chaplaincy internship at William
Beaumont Hospital in Royal
Oak.
Members of the audience are
encouraged to read the book in
advance.The program is free and
bagels will be served.

Youth Go
Cave Exploring

Adventurous 12-15 year olds are
invited to participate in a cave
exploring trip sponsored by the
Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County at the
Chapel Valley Speleological Site
(Cave System) in Bloomington,
Ind.,Sunday and Monday, Dec.
24 and 25. The trip will be under
the direction of Craig Pollack,
youth coordinator for the Jewish
Community Center of Washte-
naw County, and Ryan Steam,
a caregiver in the JCC Kid's Kon-
nection after school program.
Mr. Pollack has designed an
experience that will challenge
participants to problem solve
within a safe and supportive
group environment.
Mr. Pollack, who is 30, has a
number of years experience lead-
ing wilderness survival classes
and trips for both youths and
adults in the United States and
Canada and has worked as a res-
ident naturalist at both Tama-
rack Camps and Waterloo
Outdoor Education Center. Ryan
Stearn has participated in
spelunking trips in South Dako-
ta, Alaska, and Israel. He is also
certified in American Red Cross
First Aid and CPR.
Trip participants will sleep at
a motel near the caving site and
all meals will be provided (meat
products will be kosher). A van
will depart from the JCC at 7
a.m., Sunday, and arrive back at
the JCC at 8 p.m., Monday. The
trip fee is $75 for JCC members,
$90 for non-members and in-
cludes all transportation, meals,
accommodations and equipment.
For information, call the JCC,
971-0990.

Mt. Clemens
Latke Party

Beth Tephilath Moses at 146
South Ave., in Mt. Clemens will
have its annual Chanukah latke
party on Sunday, Dec. 17, at 5:30
p.m. with songs and driedle
games for the children.
The charge at the door is $6
per adult and $3 per child under
12. Call (810) 465-0641, for di-
rections or information.

Publicity
Deadlines

The normal deadline for
local news and publicity
items is noon Thursday,
eight days prior to issue
date. The deadline for
birth announcements is 10
a.m. Monday, four days
prior to issue date; out-of-
town obituaries, 10 a.m.
Tuesday, three days prior
to issue date.

All material must be type-
written, double-spaced, on
8'12 x 11 paper and include
the name and daytime
telephone number of
sender.

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