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of Metropolitan Detroit

CHAIM Hosts
Panel Discussion

CHAIM, Children of Holocaust
Survivors Association in Michigan,
will present "Helping Our Aging
Holocaust Survivors: A Panel
Discussion," 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb.
3, at the Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield.
Panelists will include Risa Berris,
Deborah Edwards and Marianne
Wildstrom from Southfield-based
Jewish Family Service, who will dis-
cuss benefits available to survivors.
Dr. Charles Silow will discuss the
psychological impact of aging on
Holocaust survivors and families.
Barbara Cohen will speak on per-
sonal reflections as a daughter of
aging survivors. A discussion will
follow.
At the program, CHAIM's annual
election of officers and trustees will
take place. Children of survivors,
survivors and the community are
welcome to attend. For information,
call Dr. Silow, (248) 356-6668.

My name is Frayda Kresch.

I'm a senior in the Academy's first
graduating class. I just starred in
Neil Simon's play, "Laughter on the
23"' Floor," I've played just about
every girls' team sport the Academy
offers, and I'm crazy about my
painting class. I came to JAMD as
a HY" grader from Bais Yakov. I
was impressed that at the Academy,
students from different Jewish
backgrounds mix so easily. I love
the fact that I can enter any congre-
gation in Metro Detroit and find
someone I know. Because JAMD
is a place of serious study, I've
really been able to develop my
beliefs and broaden my horizons.
I've applied the ideas I learn in my
Judaic courses to my general
studies and to other areas of my
life. After I graduate, I hope to
study at a girls' seminary in Israel
and then go to college and medical
school. My diverse experiences at
JAMD make all these goals
possible.

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Terrorism Focus
Of AJC Program

The American Jewish Committee,
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter, will
host AJC's director of the division
on Middle East and international
terrorism, Yehudit Barsky, at 8:30
a.m. Thursday, Feb .. 13, at the Max
M. Fisher Federation Building in
Bloomfield Township.
The program is titled "Tracking
Extremists and Dodging Bullets:
What's a Nice Girl Doing In This
Business?"
Barsky is in charge of tracking
fundamentalist groups and under-
standing trends and key players in
the Islamic American and interna-
tional communities. She is fluent in
Arabic, Hebrew, French and Spanish.
The breakfast is open to all inter-
ested Jewish women. Reservations
are required; there is no charge for
the breakfast. Call the AJC, (248)
646-7686.

JEWISH
ACADEMY

For more information call
us at 248-592-JAMD (5263)
or visit our website at
www.jamd.org.

JAMD Open House

Sunday, February 2, 2003, 1:45 pm Registration, 2:00 pm Presentation
at JAMD, 6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield

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