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Two area educators will be the
speakers at the Monday, Jan. 13,
Detroit Jewish Coalition for
Literacy (DJCL) volunteers training
workshop 4-6 p.m. at the Max M.
Fisher Federation Building in
New and veteran volunteers will
gain insight and skills for tutoring
English as a second language and
special education students.
Dina Krause, preschool-special
education coordinator for Oakland
Schools, will discuss strategies for
tutoring special needs K-3 students.
Margaret Shamoun, an ESL bilin-
gual staff member of the
Birmingham Public Schools, will
handle making connection and
meeting the needs of ESL students.
The DJCL is chaired by council
board members SallyJo Levine and
Ellie Slovis and is an affiliate of the
National Jewish Coalition for
To register for the workshop or
receive information about volunteer
opportunities, call Phyllis Jarvis,
The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit will offer
Yamuna Body Rolling master classes
on Sunday, Jan. 12, from 8:30 to
9:30 a.m., and on Tuesday, Jan. 14,
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The classes will be conducted in
the Health Club at the JCC in West
Yamuna Body Rolling is a practice
of rolling the body over specially
designed balls in routines that fol-
low the body's natural order.
The class will be taught by
nationally certified massage thera-
pist and certified instructor Shelly
Metzger and is free to all JCC
Fitness and Health Club members.
It is available to the public and gen-
eral members with the purchase of a
For information, call Marni Stone,
Jewish Family Service and Jewish
Hospice and Chaplaincy Network
are seeking volunteers who will pro-
vide consolation and assistance to
terminally ill clients and their fami-
The 12-hour training curriculum
includes an introduction to hospice,
volunteer responsibilities, communi-
cation skills, care and comfort meas-
ures, psychological and spiritual
issues related to death and dying,
stress management, bereavement,
infection control, safety, confiden-
tiality, patient rights and Jewish tra-
ditions related to death and dying.
Training will take place over three
days begining in February. Dates
have not yet been finalized.
Volunteers must attend all three ses-
For information, call Michelle
Greenstein, (248) 559-1500.
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"A House Divided" will be the
theme of the Oak Park-
Huntington Woods Democratic
Club 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
9, at the Prentis Jewish
Apartments in Oak Park.
Guests include state Rep.
David Woodward, chairman of
the Oakland County
Democratic Party; state Sen.
Gilda Z. Jacobs, D-Huntington
Woods; and state Rep. Andy
Meisner, D-Huntington Woods.
Hosted by the Prentis Jewish
Apartments Residents Council,
the meeting will discuss the
agenda of Gov. Jennifer
Granholm, the Democratic
Party's legislative plan and the
new direction of the county
Club elections will be held.
Offices are open to full mem-
For information, call
Nathaniel Warshay, (248) 420-
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