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April 26, 1996 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-26

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ALYN Honors
Dr. Gretchko

Dr. Seymour Gretchko, superin-
tendent of the West Bloomfield
School District, will be honored
by the Detroit Friends of ALYN
Hospital on May 9, at 7:30 p.m.
at the Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.

You are invited to join us in celebration as we honor the

Agency for Jewish Education's graduates of
the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School.

This program will also include a presentation by a special guest lecturer.

Sunday, May 5, 1996 •6 p.m.
Agency for Jewish Education

21550 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield

Congratulations to the following graduates who will each receive a signed certificate from the

Melton Center for Jewish Education in the Diaspora of Hebrew University's Department of Education.

Louise Applebaum, Barbara Aronow, Judy Bobrow, Gloria Bookstein, Peggy Bookstein, Sandy Brenner, David Broner,
Elissa Brown, Karen Brown, Marty Cerier, Stewart Cerier, Jamie Cohen, Marcia Davis, Mira Eiges, Phyllis Falbaum,
Nancy Finkel, Elnora Finkelstein, Tobi Fox, Vivian Friedman, Mary Gamer, Robert Glass, Joan Golden, Barbara Goldman,
Howard Hirsch, Jane Kamm, Lisa Kaplan, Anne Katz, Rayna Kogan, Carrie Kushner, Judy Leder, Gerry Levy,
Sonny Lipenholtz, Linda Lublin, Sandra Nessel, Suzi Noveck, Judy Poger, Leonard Poger, Mivi Rachmiel, Martin Reisig,
Joan Rose, Cindy Schwartz, Donna Sklar, Jeff Snow, Didi Wainess, Jodi Weinfeld and Stacy liegenfelder.

Seymour Gretchko

AJE Melton Instructors: Ruth Bergman, Aviva Silverman and Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz.

For more information, contact Rob Nosanchuk
at the Agency for Jewish Education, (810) 354-1050.



This program is open to the community at no charge.

COLORWORKS STUDIO OF INTERIOR DESIGN



B'nai Moshe
Offers Plants

Congregation B'nai Moshe Sis-
terhood has arranged for the
volume purchase of spring flow-
ers in flats, hanging baskets and
vegetables at discount prices.
Pre-ordering is encouraged
for best selection. The order
forms are available at the B'nai
Moshe Synagogue office, 6800
Drake Road, West Bloomfield.
Orders may be picked up on
Sunday, May 19, from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the synagogue park-
ing lot. Purchases also may be
made on site. There will be help
to load plants into cars.
For information, call the syn-
agogue office, 788-0600.

As you've heard by now, we're making news in design! Whether it's planning your new home,
remodeling your existing one, or furnishing a room—we invite you to explore the difference in
interior design and encourage you to interview one of our designers for your next project.



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The Courtyard

32500 Northwestern Highway • Farmington Hills • 851-7540

Dr. Gretchko, in his 13th year
as superintendent, is being cit-
ed at the dessert reception for
his 44 years of service to youth
in the Detroit metropolitan
area. Proceeds from the event
will help fund the computer and
rehabilitation technology unit
at the hospital, located in
Jerusalem and Israel's only for
physically handicapped chil-
dren.
Reservations for the event be-
gin at $36 per person. For in-
formation, call Paula Glazier,
(810) 855-0568.



Yom Kippur
In April?

Yom Kippur will be the subject
of the weekly parsha class in the
home of Rabbi Herschel Finman
on Sunday, April 28, at 6:30

p.m. Emor, the portion of the
week, will be a major part of the
discussion.
There is a $5 fee for each
class. For information, contact
Rabbi Finman, (810) 542-5087.

Machon Hosts
Conferences

Machon L'Torah the Jewish
Learning Network of Michigan
will hold an educational
lunchtime conference at the of-
fices of Zwick and Solomon on
Monday, April 29, at 12:30 p.m.
Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz will
lead the discussion on Jewish
ethics following a deli lunch. The
charge is $7. For information and
reservations, call Machon, (810)
967-0888.
In addition, Machon will hold
a lunchtime conference at Miller, c/
Canfield, Paddock, & Stone, 150
W. Jefferson, Detroit, on Tues-
day April 30, at 12:15 p.m. The
program will include lunch fol-
lowed by a discussion led by
Rabbi Jacobovitz on Jewish
ethics. The hosts for this lun-
cheon are Michael Traison and
Richard Loebl. There is no
charge. For information and
reservations, call Machon
L'Torah, (810) 967-0888.

Senior Events
At The JPM

Bingo will be played Monday,
April 29, at 12:30 p.m. There is
a charge.
Holocaust Survivor's Support
Group will meet alternate Mon-
days at 12:45 p.m. at Jimmy
Prentis Morris. Dr. Charles
Silow of Sinai Hospital facilitates
this group. For information, call ,
him, (810) 356-6668.

Beth El
Senior Events

"Jerome Kern: His Life, His
Magic, His Music" will be the
subject of a musical review Sun-
day, May 19, when mezzo so-
prano Barbara Alexander
performs for the Middle Years
Group of Temple Beth El. The 1
p.m. program is open to the com-
munity without charge and will
be preceded by cake and coffee
at 12:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, May 21, thec-
Beth Elders and friends will get
a noon view of "The New Zoo"
from Ron Kagan, director of the
Detroit Zoological Institute. For-
merly the curator of the Dallas
Zoo and Aquarium from 1986-
1992, Ron Kagan also served as
zoological director of the
Jerusalem Zoo. There is a charge----/
for the noon luncheon and reser-
vations are necessary by May 17;
call Jeannette Cohen, 737-0194.

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