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December 15, 1995 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-15

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Young At Heart
Sets Luncheon

Young At Heart, Congregation
Beth Achim's Senior Group, will
hold a Chanukah luncheon and
program on Thursday, Dec. 21,
at noon at the synagogue. There
will be entertainment by Cantor
Max Shimansky.
Luncheon is by advance reser-
vation only. Call Yetta Dubin,

JPM Events
For Seniors

A Chanukah concert will be pre-
sented with Mimi Summers on
Monday, Dec. 18, at 1 p.m. at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center. This program
is sponsored by the Boaz Siegel cul-
tural Fund. There is a charge.
Holocaust Survivor's Support
Group meets Mondays from 9:30
a.m. to noon. Dr. Charles Silow
of Sinai Hospital facilitates a
support group for survivors. For
information, call Dr. Slow, (810)

For Summer

The Fresh Air Society and the
Midrasha Center for Adult Jew-
ish Learning will offer seven
work-long Elderhostel programs
from Sunday to Friday, beginning
June 9, June 23, July 7, July 21,
Aug. 12, Aug. 18, and Oct. 13, at
Butzel Conference Center. The
food service will be glatt kosher,
and the double occupancy rooms
have private baths. The facility
overlooks a lake; the housing , din-
ing, and classrooms, are all lo-
cated close to each other.
Topics include "Evil in the
Twentieth and Twenty First Cen-
turies", "Primo Levi and the New
Bible," "Death, Extinction, and
the Future of
Humanity: Through the Mil-
lennium. "Issues in Contempo-
rary Israeli Society"," Life Un-
worthy of Life: Perspectives on
the Holocaust," "Same Difference:
Comparing Jewish and World
Folklore," "The Root and the
"Branches: A History of Jewish
Christian Relations," America's
Democratic Values: Conflict and
Controversy," "the Age of Religion:
Understanding the Medieval
World" and "The Jewish Experi-
ence in American Playwriting."
Evening entertainment will in-
clude Nancy Gurwin's choral pro-
duction Put-tin' On the Ritz, Sam
Barnett's instrumental perfor-
mance "Ktezmer Music Then and
Now," and Corinne Stavish's
"Same Difference," a storytelling
Elderhostel, Inc. is a national
non-profit organization which

sponsors residential academic
programs around the world for
people aged 55 and over. Those
interested may call or write the
Fresh Air Society, (810) 661-0600,
6600 West Maple Road, Suite
301, West Bloomfield , MI 48322;
or Elderhostel, Inc. (617) 426-
8056, 75 Federal Street, Boston,
MA 02110.

Groups Plan
Chanukah Event

Marshall-Israel Chapter and
Lodge will join for a Chanukah
celebration on Thursday, Dec.
21, 12:30 p.m. at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Bagels, cheese,
cake and coffee will be served.
Arnold Weiner, director of
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
will be the guest speaker, fol-
lowed by a musical program pre-
sented by, Sidney Resnick,
baritone, and Lillian Zellman, pi-
anist. There is a fee.
For reservations, call Gertrude
Pearl, (313) 838-5384; or Irene
Rodman, (810) 547-0455.

Hadassah Groups
Noon Luncheon

The Masada and Sharon groups of
the Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah will meet on Tuesday,
Dec. 12, at noon in Congregation
Beth Achim. A pre-Chanukah lun-
cheon will be served and there is a
small charge.
Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz will
speak on "The Macabees: Bring-
ing a Divided People Together."
To respond, call Bess Haron,
353-1348; or Esther Dresser,
557-9433. Guests are welcome.

Meeting Set

Brandeis-Tikvah Chapter Jew-
ish Women International (for-
merly B'nai B'rith Women) will
meet noon , Tuesday, Dec. 19, in
the Lincoln Towers clubroom for
luncheon and a speaker from
Botsford Hospital Speakers Bu-
reau on "Where Is My Memory?"
There is a charge for luncheon
and guests are invited. For in-
formation, call Fredell White-
man, 356-1864.

Book Review
For Sisterhood

The Congregation B'nai Moshe
Sisterhood will hold a session of
its book discussion group on Thurs-
day, Dec. 21, at 10 a.m. at the syn-
agogue. The Romance' Reader by
Pearl Abraham will be reviewed.
Refreshments will be served.
POI- information, call the syna-
gogue, (810) 788-0600.

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