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September 27, 2002 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-27

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Exceeding Your Expectations
HOUSE A11 In Senior Living! in




Designed exclusively for Seniors 55 or older. American House
offers elegant apartments with many luxuries included.

Bronstein: (248) 645-7860.
Adat Shalom Synagogue — Mondays,
Oct. 7, 14, 21, noon. Rabbi Danny
Nevins discusses legal topics that affect
Jewish life in Israel. $10 each session.
RSVP: Sheila Lederman (248) 851-
Congregation Beth Shalom
Sisterhood — Mondays, Oct. 7, 14,
21, 28, noon. Tom Wexelberg-Clouser
will discuss "Contemporary Issues in
Halacha and Mishna" on Oct. 7. Eric
Kombleuth will discuss "Wisdom and
Spirituality in Everyday Life" on the
remaining sessions. $25 members, $30
guests. Helen Moss (248) 788-8981.

Space for Changing Families/NCJW

— 26400 Lahser Road, Suite 100,
Southfield. For information and registra-
tion: (248) 355-9936
• Survivor's of Suicide Workshop —
Tuesdays, six weeks, beginning Oct. 1,
5:30-7:30 p.m. Designed to meet the
needs of adults who have lost loved
ones to suicide. No charge. RSVP by
Sept. 30.
• Spousal Bereavement Support Group
— Tuesdays, eight weeks, beginning
Oct. 1, 7-9 p.m. For adults grieving
the death of a spouse or partner. No
charge. RSVP by Sept. 30.
Child and Parent Services — Tuesday,
Oct. 1, 7:30 p.m. "Building Families
Through Adoption," workshop provid-
ing overview of options for prospective
adoptive parents. $3. Birmingham
Community House. RSVP: (248) 644-
Faith-Based Cancer Support Group —
Tuesdays, 10 weeks, beginning Oct. 8,
7-8:30 p.m. Barbara Ann Karmanos
Cancer Institute and Rabbi Joseph
Krakoff. Congregation Shaarey Zedek
West Bloomfield, B'nai Israel Center.
No charge. RSVP by Oct. 3: Pat Sachs
(800) 527-6266.

Metroplitan Singers of Southfield —
Mondays, 7:30 p.m. Seeking new
members. Birney Middle School,
Southfield. Ray Greene (248) 932-
0390, Kathy Zimmerman, (248) 545-
Zamir Chorale of Metropolitan
Detroit — Tuesdays, 7:30-9:45 p.m.
rehearsals. 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.

West Bloomfield Community Fame

Games — Sunday, October 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 Family Service — 24123

Greenfield Road, Southfield. For infor-
mation or to volunteer: Carol Fletcher
(248) 559-1500.
• Gth Annual Fall Fix-up — Sunday,
Nov. 3, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. One-day
event to help homebound older adults
prepare their homes for winter by rak-
ing leaves, cleaning and winterizing
windows and doing light household
• Mentors — 2-4 times monthly; 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.
• 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.
Meals-On-Wheels — 1 morning
weekly. Packers and drivers are needed.
• 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
consultation upon request to the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, its
member agencies, or to other Jewish
communal organizations, schools, syna-
gogues, etc.
• Courtesy Drivers — 1-3 hours, 1
day weekly. Provide transportation for
older adults to doctor 'appointments,
outpatient surgeries or run errands.
• Citizenship Coaches — 1-3 hours, 1
day weekly. Help new American
become U.S. citizens by preparing
them for their citizenship interview.;
Instruction materials and a short train-
ing will prepare you.

West Bloomfield


• 1 Bedroom-940 Sq. Ft.- $1,550/month
• 2 Bedroom-1280 Sq. Ft.- $1,650/month

• Social and Poolside Activities
• Transportation Provided in our Bus

• Barber and Beauty Shop

• Housekeeping Services

• Laundry and Linen Services

• Recreational and Social Activities

• Transportation in our Bus

• Continental Breakfast

• 24 Hour In-House Staffing

• Laundry/Linen

Optional Services Available

• On-Site Beauty and Barber Shop

• Personal Care Services Available

• Dinner

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• Supper


• 1 Bedroom-$2,060-$2,410/month

• Housekeeping


•• 2 Bedroom-$2,660/month

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