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History, language, prospects for peace
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about Israel to be offered by SAJE,
Seminars for Adult Jewish Enrichment,
which will run Tuesdays, Wednesdays
and Thursdays, Feb. 11-March 13.
SAJE courses will be held at both JCC
locations and at the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit, 6735 Telegraph,
Bloomfield Township. The four-week
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SAJE classes are $25 each or $40 for
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Tickets are available for a special SAJE
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JCC Spotlights

Volunteer Of Month

Howard Guttman of Southfield is the
Jewish Community
Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's
volunteer of the
month for December

2002.
The retired tool and
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cleaner conducts the
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monthly senior bingo
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grams. To volunteer at the JCC, call
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