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January 19, 1996 - Image 152

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-19

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BAR & GRILL

Join Us!

You Won't Get Bored

BO N

Upcoming events keep the 20- and
30-something crowds buzzing.

'AY, JAN. 28
p.m. to ?

OOD DRINK SPECIALS • GIVEAWAYS
• PIN • GAMES • LARGE SCREEN TV

parel. "But please keep the
grease to a minimum," says
Bruce Welford, who serves
on the planning committee
with his wife, Stacey.
Other members of the plan-
ning committee include:
Randy Blau, Connie Ja-
cobson, Gary Chapnick,
Mark Margolin and Jeffrey
Frank.
They ask everyone inter-
ested to RSVP by Jan. 23. Call
Bruce or Stacey at (810) 669-
5085. Or send checks made
out to Temple Beth El to the
following address: 252 Wind-
ing Brook, Walled Lake, MI
48390.

POR YOUR AT-NOME PARTY

ROLL-UP TRAYS

ORDER JUMBO ROLL-UP SANDWICHES POR YOUR

SUPERBOWL PARTY!
CHOICE OF

• CLUE ROLL-UP
• CHAR-GRILLED CHICKEN
• LOW PAT CHICKEN SALAD • PAM & CHEESE
• LOW PAT TUNA SALAD
• TURKEY & SWISS

All Sandwiches Made On Wheat Lawash Bread and Includes:

Pickles Carrots Celery Sticks

#E.00

Sliced Tomato

per person

Minimum Order of Six

Mix Or Mate

Julie Galazan: Co-chair of tobogganing trip.

HALSTID VILLAGE PLAZA

31610 W. 12 MILE ROAD - (810) 848-9009
FAX:810-848-9046
Monday-Saturday 11 a.m. to closing, Sunday noon to Midnight

DAVID SYME

AND HIS BAND

Entertainment
Family Events
Jewish Programs
Corporate Shows
Concerts
Lecture-Concerts
BAND or SOLO

810•681•2417

David Syme's EIGHT recordings available
at all Harmony House locations
or call 1-800-321-PIANO
(1-800-321-7426)

WHERE DINING

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IS MORE



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THAN JUST
GOOD FOOD

$peciQl y,

Great Pasta, The Freshest Seafood,
Tender Steaks All In A Cozy Atmosphere
NOW OPEN FOR DINNER ONLY

Tues.-Thurs. 5 te 9 Fri. & Sat. 5 to •11 - Sunday 5 to 9
FAMCUS RACK OF LAMB • BREAST CF DUCK • SMASHED POTATOES

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troit's afternoon of tobogganing at
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, at the
Fridge in Waterford Oaks Park.
That's on Telegraph and Dixie
Highway. The cost is $5. Event
chairs Julie Galazan and Jen-
nifer Gillman say everyone
should meet in the "look-out
lounge." For more information,
call the HMD hotline at (313) 577-
8888.

Crack Up, Get Down
The B'nai B'rith Leadership
Network is hosting a comedy

night at 8 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 20,
at the Sanctum in Pontiac. The
cost is $10 for members, $15 for
non-members. After the laughs,
BBLN partiers will venture up-
stairs for some Sanctum-onious
dancing. For more information,
call Robbie Sherman at (810)
642-5585.

Who Dunnit?

Bistro

se rvi c e I s 0111$

Slip And Slide
Don't miss Hillel of Metro De-

RESERVE YOUR PRIVATE PARTY I
1 FOR SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1 3 -4
1978 Cass Lake Rd.. S Blacks N. of Orchard Lake Rd. • Keego Harbor • 683-9010

He was indeed a stud, that

Rock N. Roley.

After he died, some of Rock's
classmates at Roley High
mourned him for years. To date,
his death remains a mystery.
It's a mystery to be solved Sat-
urday, Feb. 3, at Temple Beth El's
party for young Jews, singles and
couples in their 20s and 30s.
The murder mystery event
starts at 8 p.m. Although it's spon-
sored by Beth El, anyone is invit-
ed to participate. The cost is $10

per person.

In addition to a night of not-so-
serious sleuthing, men and
women vv-iil be treated to appetiz-
ers and dessert. There will be a
cash bar and dancing, too.
One requirement: All young
adults must show up in 1950s ap-

Among the birthday well-wish-
ers were: Sherri and Jimmy
Ketai, Steven and Lisa Wein-
stock Miriam Starkman, Ron
Leff, Barry and Cheryl Litt,
Alan and Leslee Blatnikoff,
Dana and Jon Abrahams,
Rodney and Lisa Brown,
Gregg and Amy Brentt, Susan
and Bob Weinstock, as well as
Sue and Dennis Kay.
Happy birthday, Marc.

K

Next Bar Nite
The Young Adult Division of
the Jewish Federation of Metro-
politan Detroit will sponsor its
next Bar Nite on Tuesday, Jan.
30, at Birmingham's Old Wood-
ward Grill. The event begins at
8:00 p.m. For more information,
call YAD at (810) 6424260.

Next YASS
The next Young Adult
Shabbat Service will be held
at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2, at Retreat To Maas
Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farm- .Hillel of Metro Detroit is plan-
ington Hills. For more informa- ning a winter camping trip in Or-
tion, call Ethan Gilan at (810) tonville at Camp Maas during the
932-8869. Remember, it's casual, weekend of Feb. 9-11. Participants
interactive and quite frankly a will sleep in heated cabins. Bring
pretty incredible way to meet 40 your sleeping bags.
to 70-or-so new faces.
Transportation is not provided.
However, a caravan of drivers will
More Than 0-Kay
depart from Roosevelt's pool hall
Amy Lee Kay describes her on Orchard Lake Road at 3:15
husband, Marc, as "the nosiest p.m. Friday. People unable to get
person you've ever
away that early can
known" — which made
meet the group at camp.
planning a surprise par-
Just let 1-1MD's Miriam
ty for his 30th birthday
Starkman or Jennifer
extra tough.
Wasserman know be-
Two weekends ago,
forehand.
Amy told her nosy man
For participants who
she was spending the day
need to leave Maas ear-
at Hadassah House. She
ly, that's an option, too.
then headed straight to RUTH LITTMANN
Programming will in-
STAFF
her sister-in-law's place
clude a Shabbat dinner
WR "EYE"TER
to cook. The plan: to pre-
with services that night
pare all the fixings there,
and on Saturday. Out-
and later bring them home — door activities will include tobog-
along with all the unexpected ganing, cross-country skiing,
guests.
archery, a bonfire and the Ad-
"We figured, if we brought the venture Challenge Ropes Course,
party to Marc, he wouldn't figure which requires a minimum num-
it out," Amy says.
ber of people to participate. Some
Marc, whom Amy also lovingly of these activities cost an extra $1
describes as "somewhat oblivious," to $10.
didn't catch on to the stashes of
The base cost of the weekend is
party plates, napkins and plastic $50.
utensils all over the house.
Discussions will address Jew-
The couple's 2-year-old daugh- ish involvement among 18- to 30-
ter, Jordyn, also was left out of year-olds, sexual ethics and the
the scheme.
"Jewish Community: Our role,
"I couldn't tell her about it," voids, needs and contributions."
Amy says. "She tells her dad
All food is kosher.
everything."
Metro law students are also
That afternoon, Marc returned planning a retreat to Maas that
from a friend's house expecting 'weekend. It will be led by P.J.
casual dinner guests. Instead, the Cherrin.
doorbell rang, and the masses
For more information: call
awaited his shock at the porch.
HMD at (313) 577-3459 or (313)
It worked. "I was extremely 577-8888. Or call P.J. at (810) 788-
surprised," he admits.
2411.

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