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July 26, 1996 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-26

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Life Is A Celebration.

Singles Cruise
In February

In February 1997, the St. Louis
Jewish Community Centers As-
sociation, in conjunction with
Brentwood Travel, will sponsor
the 13th Annual Nationwide
Original Jewish Singles Cruise
to the Caribbean on Royal
Caribbean Cruise Line's Majesty

of the Seas.

Live It Jewishly.

Find that special gift for: Bar/Bat Mitzvah, wed-
ding, birthday, anniversary, a new baby, etc.

Available at:

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Tradition! Tradition!

(810) 557-0109
Alicia R. Nelson

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851-6340

6704 ORCHARD LAKE RD., WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI 48322 (1ST STOPLIGHT SOUTH OF MAPLE)

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The 8-day trip will depart from
Miami on Sunday, Feb. 23, re-
turning to Miami on Sunday,
March 2. Ports of call include
RCCL's private island of
Labadee, Ocho Rios, Georgetown,
Grand Cayman, Playa del Car-
men and Cozumel.
The cruise package includes:
roundtrip airfare between most
major U.S. cities and Miami; as-
sist in both airports; baggage
handling; seven nights accom-
modations in choice of stateroom
on the Majesty; all meals and
snacks; all taxes, tips and gratu-
ities; two cocktail parties; wel-
come aboard get-acquainted
evening, specially arranged sight-
seeing tours in various ports, and
programs exclusively for the
group.
The cost starts at $1,599 per
person based on double occu-
pancy. Rates for single accom-
modations are also available
starting at $2,039. There is an
early booking deadline of Nov. 15,
after which prices will increase
$100 per person.
Full payment is due by Dec. 5.
For information or to make a
reservation, call Carol, Sally, Hei-
di, or Stephanie at Brentwood
Travel, (314) 5342-5515; or 800-
628-3941. Or call Julie Glaser at
the St. Louis Jewish Communi-
ty Centers Association, (314) 432-
6780. ext. 213.

Singles Cruise
Adds Package

Individuals aboard the fourth an-
nual Jewish singles Caribbean
cruise many now add a pre-cruise
land package to their vacation
plans. The Jewish Community
Center of Pittsburgh is organiz-
ing both the Dec. 13-15 land and
the Dec. 15-22 sea portions of the
vacation package.
The land package adds the
Caribe Hilton and Casino in San
Juan to an itinerary that includes
St. Thomas, St. Maarten, Do-
minica, Barbados and Mar-
tinique.
The Jewish singles cruise and
pre-cruise are geared toward
Jewish singles in their 20s
through 40s. Rates include every-
thing from airfare to ground
transportation to accommoda-
tions, meals. Shore excursions
are discounted.
The early bird rate (until Aug.
15) begins at $1,099; the pre-

cruise landpackage begins at
$199. After Aug. 15, cruise prices
begin at $1,199. For information,
call JCC Singles Director Bill
Cartiff, (412) 521-8010, ext. 371.

Shabbat Service
For Singles

"Politics of Division" will be the
topic of the next Singles Shabbat
slated for 7:30 p.m. Friday, July
26 at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi
Marla J. Feldman will be the
guest speaker.

Senior Sendoff
For College

To ease the transition between
high school and college and to
promote Jewish life on campus,
Jewish students who will enter
a university in Michigan this fall
are invited to participate in the
Senior Sendoff Service. Partici-
pants will be welcomed by the
Hillel Foundation on the college
campus of their choice, informed
of and invited to participate in
Jewish activities at their respec-
tive universities.
Students who are incoming
freshmen at a Michigan univer-
sity, or their parents, should send
the student's name, home ad-
dress, phone number and uni-
versity choice to: Taron Tachman,
Jewish Federation of Metro-
politian Detroit, PO Box 2030,
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-2030.
The Senior Sendoff Service is
sponsored by the Jewish Feder-
ation of Metropolitian Detroit in
partnership with the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations of Michigan,
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
Habonim Dror, National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth,
North American Federation of
Temple Youth, United Syna-
gogue Youth, Young Judaea and
Conservative, Humanist, Ortho-
dox, Reconstructionist and Re-
form congregations throughout
Michigan.
For details, contact Taron
Tachman, (810) 642-4260, ext.
252.

JPI Plans
Meetings

The Jewish Parents Institute, a
Sunday school affiliated with and
housed in the Jewish Communi-
ty Center of Metropolitan Detroit,
will offer informational meetings
throughout the summer.
The second meeting will take
place on Wednesday, Aug. 14, at
7:30 p.m. in Bloomfield Hills; and
the final meeting will be on Sun-
day, Aug. 25, at 10 a.m. in West
Bloomfield.
Call the JPI office, (810) 661-
7637, for meeting information
and registration information.

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