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September 13, 2002 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-13

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Openings for singers to sing a variety of
Jewish music in four-part harmony with
conductor Benjamin Cohen and
accompanist Regina Papilyants.
Congregation Beth Ahm. Ruthe
Katzman Kaliff (313) 393-3709.
The Wizard of Oz — Friday, Saturday,
Sept. 14, 15. Sara Smith Productions.
The Community House, 380 S. Bates
St., Birmingham. (248) 644-5832.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Court Appointed Special Advocates-
CASA — Thursday-Friday, Sept. 26-27,
9:30 a.m. Training session for volunteers
to work as advocates for children by
assisting the Family Court of Oakland
County in making decisions as to the
appropriateness of legal guardianship
placements. NCJW, 26400 Lahser Road,
Suite 100, Southfield. Libby Sherbin or
Rosevelyn Lieberman (248) 355-3300.
Jewish Experiences For Families-J.E.EE
— Thursday, Sept. 19, 5-8 p.m. Help at
"The Magic of Sukkot" celebration. West
Bloomfield JCC. (248) 645-7860.
West Bloomfield Community Fame
Games — Sunday, Oct. 13, 10 a.m.
Competitive, athletic events for children
and adults with special needs at the West
Bloomfield JCC. Volunteers training at 8
a.m. Joyce Weckstein (248) 352-8998,
Nancie Furgang (248) 432-5585.
Jewish Agencies Needing Volunteers:
• Jewish Community Center — One-
time projects and ongoing events with
children and ongoing programs with
children, new Americans, and older
adults, one-time projects. (248) 559-
1500.
• Jewish Home and Aging Services —
Spend time with residents, ongoing pro-
grams and one-time events. (248) 661-
2999.
• Jewish Vocational Service — Spend
time with Alzheimer's patients, assist new
Americans, join the Senior Corps! (248)
559-5000.

School

Hillel

for Parents of C ildren Entering

Kindergar\ten and 1st grade in the Fall of 2003

Tueclay, , October 15, 7:00 PM

Come and

discover

an exceptional

learning

environment.

Hillel Day School students are challenged to meet

the highest standards of academic excellence.

illel offers you and your child a journey towards a

love of Jewish learning...

a celebration of our culture and language...

and a creation of friendships that last a lifetime.

For more information, call Rochelle Iczkovitz,

Director of Admissions, at (248) 851-3220.

New Deadlines

The Jewish News is permanently
changing its local news and
announcement deadlines, begin-
ning with the issue of Oct. 4.
All press releases, Community
Calendar and Mazel Tov!
announcements must be received
by 3 p.m. Wednesday, 10 days
prior to publication, for considera-
tion for that issue.
For the Oct. 4 issue, materials
must be received prior to 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 25.

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT
And the Goldman-Hermelin Education Foundation
at the Schostak Family Campus

32200

MIDDLEBELT ROAD

FARMINGTON HILLS,

MI 48334-1715

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Hillel Day School is a constituent agency of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
and is accredited by the Solomon Schechter Day School Association.

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