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April 12, 1996 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-12

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The Academy of Jewish Studies'
Elderhostel program, sponsored
by the Jewish Federation of
South Palm Beach County, will
offer a number of new Elderhos-
tel programs from May through
August at its new beach-front lo-
cation, the Holiday Inn-Camino
Real located on AlA in Delray
Beach, Fla.
Both new courses and new El-
derhostel instructors are sched-
uled in the coming months, along
with free-time activities to take
advantage of the beach as well as
the restored downtown area
which features art galleries and
specialty stores.
Elderhostel is a national, non-
profit organization providing five
and six-day residential learning
opportunities to individuals age
55 or above. For information or
registration, call the national El-
derhostel office, (617) 426-8056;
or the Jewish Federation of South
Palm Beach County's Elderhos-
tel office, (407) 852-3307.

Hosts Singer

Ida Kogan, a versatile vocalist
from the former Soviet Union,
will be the guest performer at a
light lunch and program spon-
sored by the Adat Shalom
Synagogue seniors group, CHaZ-
aKaH. The event is set for Thurs-
day, April 25, beginning at 12:30
CHaZaKaH members and guests
will be treated to musical selec-
tions in Russian, Yiddish, Eng-
lish and Hebrew.
Ida Kogan comes from a mu-
sical family. Her father was a vi-
olinist and her grandfather was
a cantor. She has been in the
United States for 20 years and
performs widely throughout the
The program is open to all com-
munity seniors. There is $3
charge for CHaZaKaH members
and a $4 fee for non-members.
Reservations are required by
April 18. Send checks to Arthur
Schultz, 25680 Catalina, South-
field, MI 48075. For information,
call Dorothy Storchan, 557-7804;
or Adat Shalom Synagogue, 851-

Shield of Michigan announced
the 1996 winners of the Third An-
nual "Eight Over Eighty," Senior
Adult Jewish Hall of Fame
Award: Bessie Fox Chase, Regi-
na Feuer, Belle Freedman, Ilse
S. Roberg, Arthur Schultz, Anne
Gonte Silver, Phillip Stollman
and Celia Wilson.
The awards celebration will
take place on Sunday, May 19, at
Jewish Federation Apartments,
15100 W. Ten Mile, Oak Park,
MI, at 10 a.m. Fox 2 personality
Sherry Margolis will be the mis-
tress of ceremonies for this year's
celebration. The event is open to
the public and there is no charge
to attend.

ZOA Hosts

The Labor Zionist Family will
present scholar in residence Yosef
Goell, political and public affairs
columnist for the Jerusalem Post,
on Sunday, April 21, at 2 p.m. in
Morris L. Lieberman Hall, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205-E, Oak
Park. His topic will be "A Chang-
ing Israel."
Refreshments will be served
and the public is invited.
Dr. Goell will discuss "Israel
Politics" at the ZOA-sponsored
Einstein Luncheon Forum on
Thursday, April 18, noon at the
Clarion Hotel in Farmington
For reservations, phone the
ZOA, (810) 569-1515.

Camp Maas
Family Day

Jewish Experiences for Families'
Stepping Stones to a Jewish Me
program will spend a day at
Camp Mass in Ortonville on Sun-
day, Apri114, from 10 a.m. to 2:30
Families will participate in a
variety of activities including
games, arts and crafts and the Pi-
oneer Village, in an informal Ju-
daic atmosphere. The cost of the
program is $6 per person for a
kosher lunch and $6 per child for
Pioneer Village.
Interested families should re-
spond to Karen Janig, (313) 291-
4741; or Janet Erikson, (810)
363-9788. This event is co-spon-
sored by the Fresh Air Society,
JEFF is a division of the Agency
for Jewish Education.

Seniors Win

Society Traces
Family Roots

Jewish Federation Apartments
Inc. (JFA), in co-sponsorship with
The Jewish News, Morrison
Health Care, Inc., Automatic
Apartment Laundries, Inc.,
Franklin Bank, and in coopera-
tion with Blue Cross and Blue

The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Michigan will hold its next reg-
ular meeting on Sunday, April
21, in the library of Temple Beth-
El (Telegraph at 14 Mile) at 2
The theme of the meeting will

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