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July 19, 1996 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-19

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The Address Of Choice
For The Lifestyle You Choose:
Franklin Club

A Heritage Of Excellence
For nearly two decades Franklin
Club has offered the atmosphere,
amenities.and value people look
for in a fultservice adult commu-
nity. From delicious meals served
by a friendly waitstaff to the avail-
ability of various health care
options, Franklin Club may
be exactly the

address you've been
looking for.
The Apartments
At Franklin Club
Choose the apartment home that
suits your lifestyle. Several com-

fortable, spacious models are
available. Prepare your own meals
if you wish, or select one of the
dining plans we offer. Weekly
maid service is another option.
And just moments from your front
door, you'll find everything from
escorted van service, exercise
classes and card games to
dozens of other recre-
ational and social activi-
ties — all are

yours to pick from at
Franklin Club.
Bridgepointe
At Franklin Club
Easy living apartment homes for

older adults who require occa-
sional personal assistance. Resi-
dents may enjoy all Franklin Club
amenities secure in the knowl-
edge that trained, caring help is
available 24 hours a day.
Welcome To The Club
We wel-

Below:
Wendy Joyrich

come you to learn
more about the good
times, good friends
and good living awaiting you at
Franklin Club. For a free bro-
chure, or to arrange a personal
tour, call 353-2810.

Where You Choose Your Lifestyle
28301 Franklin Road Southfield, MI 48034 810/353-2810

3 GENERAITONS

•HUM'

•DEPENTABILTrY

Quarry

71 1

At the June meeting of the Oak-
land County Branch of the
American Civil Liberties Union
(ACLU) the new board selected
the following members to serve
on the executive board for 1996-
1997: chair, Wendy A. Joyrich;
vice chair, Lynne Master; secre-
tary, Norris F. Lee; treasurer,
Robert J. Shecter.

Left:
Lynne Master

FRANKLIN CLUB

Cr

ACLU Elects
New Board

All Business' Are Not Created Equal.
There Is A Ilifferenee.

WE LVIRATJB
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The Perfect Family Gift...
A. Subscription To The Jewish News.
(810) 354-6620

Newly elected to the board of
directors are: for a three-year
term Michey Arnowitz, Julie
Candler, Rabbi Marla J. Feld-
man, Norris F. Lee, Richard H.
Lobenthal and Robert J. Shecter.
For a two-year term, Gerrie
Barclay and Jan C. Leventer. For
a one-year term, Michael C.
Curhan, Grenae D. Dudley and
Angela L. Milton.
Continuing on the board will
be: John E. Grenke, Terrence L.
Hall, Judge Carl F. Ingraham,
Micki Levin, Lynne Master,
Rozanne Sedler, Elsa M. Shart-
sis, Daniel Steinhardt, John
Telford and Susan Winshall.

Area Youth
Receive Degrees

Eight area residents recently re-
ceived degrees from Yeshiva Uni-
versity. Students awarded
baccalaureate and/or associate
degrees included Steven Green-
field, Chaya Kleinfeldt, Daniel
Najman, Joseph Selensy, Judith
Schlussel and Rebecca
Schramm, all of Southfield;
Noam Koenigsberg, of Oak Park.
West Bloomfield resident
David Goldberg received a mas-
ter of arts from Ferkauf Gradu-
ate School of Psychology.

Maple-Drake
Events Slated

The following programs will be
offered at the Maple-Drake Jew-
ish Community Center.
A rabbinic series will feature
prominent rabbis in our com-
munity. On Monday, Aug. 5, at
1 p.m., Rabbi Bunny Freedman
will speak on "Taking Care of the
Fragile Members of Our Com-
munity."
On Sunday, July 28, grand-
parents and grandchildren will

spend a full day at Camp Mass.
Admission is $25 per family of
four with $8 each additional per-
son.
Greenmeade, a historical vil-
lage on Eight Mile and New-
burgh roads in Livonia, will offer
a hands-on experience of 100
years ago. Meet at the village on
Thursday, Aug. 15, at 11 a.m.
The cost of $6 for adults and $4
for children includes admission
to the village and a box lunch.
Join the JCC and IRP for the
the Shaw Festival at Niagara-
on-the-Lake on July 23-24, for
the performances ofMr. Cinders
on Tuesday night and The Dev-
il's Disciple on Wednesday.
Members: $229; non-members:
$239 p.p. double occupancy.
On Sunday, Aug. 4, There will
be an evening performance of the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra at
Meadow Brook with Neeme
Jarvi conducting a program of
Gershwin. Members: $42; non-
members: $47.
On Wednesday Aug. 21, there
will be a narrated steamboat ride
and shopping in Frankenmuth
plus shopping at Birch Run. Box
lunch and snacks are included.
Members: $29; non-members:
$34.
The "Geritol Follies" will be at
the Masonic Auditorium in Tole-
do, Ohio, Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Cost: $54. Transportation and
lunch provided.
For information regarding
brochures, costs and to make
reservations, call Lorraine Mor-
ris, (810) 661-7649.

Basic Hebrew
At Machon

Machon L'Torah will offer a free,
five-week crash course in basic
Hebrew, led by Jeff Perlstein at
Machon L'Torah, 15221 W. 10
Mile Rd., at 7:30 p.m. starting
Wednesday, July 24.
Reservations are required. For
information and reservations,
call Machon, 967-0888.

JudaiCollege
Summer Term

Machon LTorah will hold its next
six week summer semester of Ju-
daiCollege educational program
starting Tuesday, July 23, at 7:15
p.m. Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz
will lecture on "Six Short Steps
To Basic Judaism - Pursuits."
Simultaneously, Rabbi Steven
Ettinger will speak on Jewish
ethics from Pirkei Avot.
At 8:15 p.m., Rabbi Naftali
Kirzner will lecture on "Back to
the Future," a session on the
weekly Torah portion.
Refreshments will be served.
The program will be held at the
Machon Learning Center, 15221
W. 10 Mile Rd. For information,
call Machon, 967-0888.

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