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October 11, 2002 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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Community

AMOD

Organization for Patient Support and Medical Advice

Presents:

Temple Israel, Churches Adopt A Road

,Reptacelnent
erapy
Fact and .Fiction”

Temple Israel hosted the West
Bloomfield Clergy Association and
Community Forum's first Adopt-A-
Road cleanup day on Sept. 22.
The Association adopted Walnut
Lake Road, between Drake and
Orchard Lake roads. Temple Israel's
Ken Lipson chaired this event. Fifty

motid?Y, October I.4.tb, 2002
8 p.m.

C.:ommunitv Center

D. Dan and Betty Kahn Building
6600 W. Maple, West Bloomfield

people took part, with volunteers
from Temple Israel, Temple Kol Ami,
Prince of Peace Church, West
Bloomfield United Methodist Church
and Holy Spirit Church.
The group enjoyed a pizza lunch,
then broke into groups, each taking a
mile section to clean the roadside.

Susan Hendrix, D. 0.

A nationally recognized authority on woman's health,
an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
at Wayne State University School of Medicine. She is
Director and Principal Investigator of the National
Institutes of Health-sponsored Women's Health
Initiative at WSU.

Jerrold H. Weinberg, M.D.

For more than thirty years, Dr. Weinberg has had a deep and abiding
interest in finding better ways to help women with their medical prob-
lems. He is the director of the highly specialized Menopause Institute.
He is affiliated with the North American Menopause Society, and the
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Co-sponsored by:

/-‘
NIVERSITy

Sai0OL OF &lb iCANE

Jewish Family Services

of Metropolitan Detroit

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(248) 225-2716

Participants in the road cleanup included Jerry Jeffi-ies, Fred Baker, Shirley Baker,
all from West Bloomfield United Methodist Church; Mary Jane Larson, Barbara
Hechtman, Ken Lipson, Ryan Rivkin, Michael Hechtman, Stevie Hendershot, Bruce.
Hendershot, all from Temple Israel except the Hendershots, from Prince of Peace.

SISTERHOOD OF ADAT SHALOM

presents "Hiddur Mitzvah"

CELEBRATING
THE HOLIDAYS IN STYLE
Thursday, October 17

featuring

HELOISE

of "Hints from Heloise"

Luncheon at Noon - Speaker to follow

Table Settings 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
created by the women of Adat Shalom
along with Kadima, Na'Amat, The Pomegranate Guild,
Northwest Child Rescue Women Er the Anti-Defamation League

$40 - luncheon, speaker Er table viewing
$25 - speaker Er table viewing
$10 - table viewing only

Helping Israel

Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington Hills

Please reserve by October 15.
Call Reservations Chairwoman
Sharon Silverman, 248.666.8170

10111

2002

54

EVENT CHAIRPERSON
CHARLOTTE EDELHEIT

WHERE THE JEWISH
COMMUNITY SHOPS!

8

The annual Art and Home Tour of the Israel Bonds Women's Division realized
$449,402. Participants who purchased at least $1,500 in bonds visited the
homes of Joy and Allan Nachman and Linda and Robert Powers and attended
a breakfast. meeting at the home of Andrea and Dr. Ron Hurwitz. Shown at the
Hurwitz home are (seated) Andrea Hurwitz, Meryl Podolsky, Doreen
Hermelin; (standing) Linda Hayman, Linda Powers, Margie Krasnick and
Bluma Schechter

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