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January 19, 1996 - Image 175

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-19

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Alpha Omega
Dance Evening

The Detroit Auxiliary of Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity will
sponsor a country and western
dance evening on Saturday, Jan.
27, at 7:30 p.m. at Mr. B's, 19701
West 12 Mile Road in Southfield.
Reservations should be made
by Jan. 22; guests are welcome.
Respond to Fran Sonne, (810)
553-2958.

JFS Needs
Furniture

A year-end increase in the num-
ber of new Americans arriving
from the former Soviet Union
has resulted in a shortage of fur-
niture available for them.
Because the furniture will be
used for a long time, make sure
it is in excellent condition and
needs no repairs. To donate fur-
niture, call Susan Ulanoff at the
Resettlement Department of
Jewish Family Service, (810)
559-4566.

Young Adults
Sought To Lead

Young adults who are interest-
ed in taking an active role in
building a stronger Jewish com-
munity and developing their
civic . leadership skills to
strengthen the metropolitan De-
troit area are encouraged to be
a part of the New Leaders Pro-
ject of the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit and the
Jewish Community Council.
The hands-on program aims
to have 15-20 Jewish young
adults learn about the social, po-
litical and cultural challenges
the Jewish community faces in
the 21st Century. Throughout
the year, participants in the pro-
gram will also meet with various
Detroit civic leaders to discuss
their visions and hopes of the fu-
ture.
Twice-a-month meetings will
be held to discuss issues of cul-

Machon Plans
Lunch Talks

Machon L'Torah, the Jewish
Learning Network of Michigan,
will hold an educational
lunchtime conference at the
offices of Zwick and Solomon
on Monday, Jan. 22, at 12:30
p.m. Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz
will lead the discussion follow-.
ing a deli lunch. The charge is
$7. For information and reser-
vations, call Machon, (810) 967-
0888.
Machon will hold another
lunchtime conference at CIGNA
Financial on Tuesday, Jan. 23,
at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi Jacobovitz
will lead a discussion on "Folgers
in your cup and... The Jewish
Way of Waking Up." The pro-
gram will be hosted by Stuart
Selis and will include a deli
lunch before the discussion. For
information and reservations,
call Machon.

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Jewish Family and Children's
Services will offer new programs
and social events for singles and
couples to enjoy. The first is a
Chinese cooking demonstration
and dinner party on Saturday,
Jan. 27, 6:30 p.m. at Congrega-
tion Beth Israel.
Cooking will be done by Alfred
Chili, previous owner of Kenjos
in Flint. The food will be kosher
and the cost is $12.50 per per-
son.
To register for the event, call
Susan Wasserman, 767-5922.

tural diversity, civic engagement,
problem-solving and leadership
style. At the conclusion of the
project, individuals will team up
with a community organization
to coordinate a project that ad-
dresses the importance of
strengthening both the Jewish
community and the metropoli-
tan Detroit community as a
whole.
The New Leaders Project is an
adjunct program of the Nation-
al Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council, the Jewish
Federation and the Jewish Com-
munity Council. The project is
funded by a generous grant from
the Nathan Cummings Foun-
dation with additional support
from the Richard Dreyfuss and
the Payson Family Foundation,
with additional funds provided
by the Ben N. Teitel Charitable
Trust, Gerald S. Cook, trustee.
For details and/or an applica-
tion for the program, call New
Leaders Project, (810) 642-5393.

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Keshet will hold a grandparent
support group meeting on Jan.
22, at 7 p.m. at the Keshet office.
Keshet is seeking volunteers
to assist in different aspects of
operation. For information, call
the Keshet office, (810) 259-9575.

Coffee Night
Is Planned

The Leadership Network of
B'nai B'rith will have a Coffee
Night on Tuesday, Jan. 30, at
Lonestar Coffee in Birmingham
at 7:30 p.m.
For information, call Robbie
Sherman, (810) 642-5585.

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