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Spirituality

Beth El Sisterhood
Hosts Local Artist

Linda Zalla will be the guest speaker
6:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, at the
opening dinner of the Temple Beth El
Sisterhood. She will
speak on "The
Psychology of
Color."
A graduate of
Wayne State
University with a
bachelor of fine arts
degree, Zalla
received her master
of fine arts from
Linda Zalla
the Center for
Creative Studies in
1964.
Working primarily with watercolors
and mixed media, she has been featured
in many exhibitions. Her works are also
included in local corporate collections.
Tickets are $20. There is no charge
for paid-up sisterhood members. For
reservations before Sept. 19, call the
Sisterhood Source Line, (248) 851-
1100.

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Adat Shalom Synagogue will host an
evening dedicated to the congregation's
founding rabbi, the late Jacob E. Segal.
For more than
three decades,
Rabbi Segal led the
congregation from
its early days in
northwest Detroit
to its current loca-
tion in Farmington
Hills. He was a
founder of Hillel
Day School of
Metropolitan
Rabbi Segal
Detroit.
The Selichot
program will start
at 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31, with rec-
ollections of Rabbi Segal by members
of the congregation. Rabbi Daniel
Nevins will play recorded excerpts from
sermons delivered by Rabbi Segal.
The synagogue social hall will be
dedicated to Rabbi Segal as a result of
an endowment by Jean and Sam
Frankel.
Following refreshments, participants
will continue with the traditional
Selichot service in the main sanctuary.
The community is invited.

Shabbat Rocks
At Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Synagogue will hold a
Shabbat Rocks service 7 p.m. Friday,
Aug. '30. "Under the Stars" will fea-
ture the music of Rabbi Daniel
Nevins, Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz
and Cantor Howard Glantz.
The service will follow a 5:30
p.m. picnic dinner, by advance
reservation only. Dinner tickets are
$16 adults, $10 children.
The service will include a tribute
to the heroes of Sept. 11. For infor-
mation, call (248) 852-5100.

Commerce Chabad
Marks New Year

The Chabad Jewish Center of
Commerce will hold Rosh
Hashanah services Sept. 7-8 and
Yom Kippur services Sept. 15-16 at
the Eagle Pond Heights Party
Room, 300 Eagle Pond Drive,
Walled Lake. For times of services,
call (248) 669-6616.
Membership is not required.
Services are free and open to all
regardless of background or affilia-
tion. Prayers will be in Hebrew and
English.
A children's program will be held.

B'nai Moshe
Offers Assistance

Congregation B'nai Moshe will
offer financial assistance to first-
time members who would oth-
erwise be unable to afford syna-
gogue dues and-or tuition in the
LIFE school program.
The assistance is made avail-
able by the Bernice and Alfred
Deutsch Millennium Fund of
the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit.
For membership or school
information, call Sharlene
Ungar, (248) 788-0600, or
Daniella Mechnikov, (248) 788-
3600.

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