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November 22, 2002 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-22

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Community

presents



A Trunk Show

Edith refry
Jeweled Handbags

with representative Wendy Huang

Friday, November 29
Saturday, November 30

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• 248-855-8877 •

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with great savings.

Hannukah Wraps • Gifts • Accessories

Come Early November 29-30

for muffins, coffee & pick a balloon for added savings

11/22
2002

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248.855.2240

International School Plans
Arts Middle School Option

Cantor Stephen Dubov, spiritual
leader of Congregation Chaye.Olam,
and former State Sen. Jack Faxon,
founder and headmaster of the
International School in Farmington
Hills, have
entered into
a new part-
nership.
They - are
planning to
offer an arts-
enriched cur-
riculum in a
private set-
ting in the
Farmington-
Novi area for
Cantor Dubov
talented local
middle-
school-aged
youth, start-
ing in sixth
grade.
Specialized
programs will
be available
in instru-
mental
music, vocal
music, dance,
visual arts
Jack Faxon
and perform-
ing arts.
Cantor Dubov envisions an arts
academy with three performance
halls, concert hall, theater-in-the-
round, lecture halls, practice rooms
and classrooms.
"We want to provide a secure
environment for youth who are nat-
urally creative and artistically gift-
ed," said the cantor, who also is
founder and conductor of the Kidz
Klez Band of Michigan.
"It has been proven that when stu-
dents are blended with peers pos-
sessing similar gifts, the child and

the 'artist in the child' can flourish,"
Cantor Dubov said.
Funding for the proposed 35-acre
facility in Oakland County is being
sought from arts foundations, cor-
porations and private individuals.
Until then, the International School,
with its college-preparatory, academ-
ic program' already in place, will
accommodate students wanting to
begin an arts-directed curriculum
immediately.
At the International School, Faxon
envisions a unique middle-school-
arts component "in partnership with
our already established foreign-lan-
guage tradition" of more than 34
years.
Cantor Dubov, a certified teacher,
will be administrator of the arts at
the future school. A member of the
Screen Actors Guild, Actors Equity
and American Federation of
Television and Radio Artists, he has
performed on Broadway and in tele-
vision and films.
The new middle school of arts and
foreign languages will start accepting
students in January for classes in
September. Resumes are being
accepted now for qualified teaching
artists and musicians.
An after-school arts program open
to the community begins in January
at the International School.
Auditions and interviews may be
arranged for prospective students by
calling (248) 752-6668.

An open house for families inter-
ested in an arts-centered curricu-
lum for their middle-school-aged
child is 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Dec.
15, at the International School,
28555 Middlebelt Road, in
Farmington Hills.

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JHAS Hosts Chanukah Party

The benefactors of the Jewish Home &
Aging Services and their families will
host the annual Chanukah party for the
residents of the Fleischman Residence in
West Bloomfield 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 1.
This year's program will feature Elaine
Serling, a - holiday music family enter-
tainer. Latkes, candlelighting and holi-

day activities will be included. The host
families, Michael and Laurie Banks and
family, Marty and Robin Begun and
family and Marc and Michele Borovoy
and family, will distribute gifts.
The community is invited. Donations
will be accepted at the door. For infor-
mation, call Carol Rosenberg, (248)
661-2999.

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