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For 60 Months*

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22, 10-11:30 a.m. and 11:45 a.m.-
1:15 p.m. Michael Weiss will offer
"Israel in Text and Traditions" on
both days and "People of the Books:
A Beginner's Guide to Great Jewish
Texts" on Thursday mornings only.
July 24-25 topics will be "Israel in
the Tanakh" and "Canon and Can
Not: The Development of the
Tanakh." $14 per session. Max M.
Fisher Federation Bldg., Bloomfield
Twp. (248) 645-7860.

SUPPORT
Space for Changing Families-NCJW

26400 Lahser Road, Suite 100,
Southfield. For information and reg-
istration: (248) 355-9936.
• Children's Grief Group —
Tuesdays, six weeks, beginning July
23, 5:30-7 p.m. Bereavement sup-
port group for children ages 5-16
with adult support group For parents
or primary caregiver at the same
time. No charge. RSVP by July 22.
• Divorce Support Group —
Mondays, seven weeks, beginning
August 5, 7-9 p.m. To help men and
women deal with conflicted feelings
regarding divorce and separation. No
meeting on Sept. 2 or 16. $35.
RSVP by August 2.
Temple Israel's Family Life Center
— Thursday, July 25, 7 p.m. A
question and answer workshop on
"Adult Children Caring for Senior
Adult Parents" facilitated by
Jacqueline Grekin, Ph.D. RSVP:
(248) 661-5700.
Persons with Blood-related Cancers
first and third Tuesdays, 11
a.m.-12:30 p.m. Networking group
for person with leukemia, lymphoma
and multiple myeloma. Weisberg
Cancer Center, 31995 Northwestern
Hwy., Farmington Hills. RSVP:
(248) 538-6507.

BENEFITS
Myasthenia Gravis Association, Inc.
Friday, July 26, noon. Golf
Classic will feature hole-in-one con-
test and Madison Leigh, WVMV
98.7 FM, Smooth Jazz. Links of
Novi, 50395 10 Mile Road. (248)
423-9700.
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" —
Saturday, Aug. 3, 6:30 p.m. A twen-
ties nightclub experience with live
music, dancing, food and auctions to
benefit the National Multiple
Sclerosis Society. $300. Detroit
Opera House, 1526 Broadway.
Sandy Schuster: (800) 247-7382.
"Tee Off for a Child" — Monday,
Aug. 12, 8 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. tee-
off. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, raffles,

auction and golf to support the
research and medical care programs
at City of Hope and the children's
programs of Temple Beth El. $175,
$60 dinner only. Bay. Pointe Golf
Club, 4001 Haggerty Road, West
Bloomfield. City of Hope, Richard
Gibbs (248) 350-3400, ext. 161;
Temple Beth El Brotherhood, Bruce
Jacob (248) 421-0475.

RES
XI*
FOR CURRENT

CADILLAC IESSEES

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
JARC — Sunday, Aug. 4, 12:30-2
p.m., 2-3:30 p.m. Volunteers needed
to run activities at JARCarnival.
Indoor-outdoor event features carni-
val games, arts and crafts, moon-
bounce, pony rides, trains, live
entertainment, raffle prizes, drum-
ming circle, snacks, DJ, puppet
show and more. Laker Education
and Youth Complex, 2075 Walnut
Lake Road, West Bloomfield. Anne
Fleming (248) 538-6610, ext. 339.
Jewish Family Service — 24123

Greenfield Road, Southfield. For
information or to volunteer: Carol
Fletcher (248) 559-1500.
• Friendly Visitors — 1 hour weekly
or bimonthly Visit with homebound
older adults in Oak Park, Southfield,
or Farmington Hills. Be a friendly
visitor or a grocery shopper.
• Mentors — 2-4 hours weekly; 1
year commitment. Reach out to a
boy or girl who could benefit from a
special friendship with a caring
adult. Offer valuable companionship
and support by providing a young
person with one-on-one attention
and guidance.
• Courtesy Drivers — 1-3 hours, 1
day weekly. Provide transportation
for older adults to doctor appoint-
ments, outpatient surgeries or run
errands.
Meals-On-Wheels — 1 morning
weekly. Packers and drivers are need-
ed.
• AGJAM (Advisory Group to
Jewish Agency Management)—
flexible time commitment.
Qualified Jewish retirees have been
assembled into a volunteer corps of
executives and professionals whose
mission is to provide pro-bono con-
sultation upon request to the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
its member agencies, or to other
Jewish communal organizations,
schools, synagogues, etc.
• Supportive Community — 1-2
times yearly. Take a homebound
individual to and from out-patient
surgery, fix a minor house problem,
shovel snow or trim bushes.

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