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Yad Ezra, the Berkley-based kosher
food bank, sponsored a citywide
greeting card contest for children ages
5-15. Judges Charlotte Corlin, Addie
Levine and Shelly Rosenfeld chose the
winners in the various age categories.
Naomi Greenbaum, Zack Segall,
Randee Shapiro and Sam Shapiro
provided the winning entries. The
cards were reprinted for purchase in
assorted packages of eight cards for
Temple and synagogue social
action chairs helped spread the word
about the contest. Yad Ezra Client-
Volunteer Coordinator Linda
Chordash coordinated the effort.
Great Lakes Rehabilitation Hospital in
Southfield has appointed Rabbi Herschel
Finman to the facility
as chaplain to service
the Jewish patient pop-
Rabbi Finman is a
professor of philosophy
at Schoolcraft College
in Livonia, kosher
supervisor for OK,
OU, Apple-K and
of the Jewish Business Exchange and
host of the "Jewish Hour" on WPON
1460 AM radio. He holds monthly judi-
Songwriter, Pianist & Vocalist
As a part of our regular afternoon program for
SENIORS, we invite you for coffee, cookies and
Thursday, September 19, 2002
1:30 - 3:00 pm
Bring your friends!
Open to the community — free of charge.
For more information, call Kari K. Provizer
Family Life Center - 248-661-5700
Partly funded by the David Arthur Stulberg Memorial Fund
And the Harry & Phyllis Kellman Memorial Fund
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• Are you battling with your
child over food?
• Is your child sneaking food?
• Is your child gaining too
Janet Kelman, Judy Greenwald and G. Michael Molnar
Three stained-glass windows crafted by local artists will be dedicated in
a ceremony at Temple Emanu-El in Oak Park on Friday, Sept. 13. The
group of windows represent shalom (peace), chamishim (50) for the
temple's 50th anniversary, and tzedakah (charity and righteousness).
Artists Janet Kelman, whose studiO is in Royal Oak, and G.
Michael Molnar, owner of Aurora Glass in Ortonville, used the tem-
ple's Torah covers as models.
The three-window set is the third in a series, said Judy Greenwald,
of Royal Oak, who chairs the temple's arts and decor committee.
The first three windows were done in 2000 as part of the donor
recognition for the temple's fund-raising effort, "The Fund for Life,"
she said. "They were so gorgeous and so wonderful that we decided to
continue until all the windows are filled."
• Do weight problems
run in your family?
The Center for
Management help you
and your child.
For more information about
classes and locations, call:
— Harry Kirsbaum, staff writer
"Healthy Kids Are Happy Kids"