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Sigma Delta Tau, one of the largest
Jewish undergraduate sororities in
the country, is forming a metro
Detroit alumnae chapter.
The first meeting will take place
10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 9, at the home
of Sari Cicurel, 4000 Winterset
Lane, West Bloomfield. Alumnae of
all ages and all chapters may attend.
For information, call Sari Cicurel,
(248) 932-5931, or Ida Warshay,
Come for a tour of Arden Courts Alzheimer's Assisted Living of Bingham Farms,
Livonia or Sterling Heights and receive your free Alzheimer's Caregiver Survival
Kit, a care package of information, including a copy of The 36-Hour Day,'' the
best-selling book by Dr. Peter Rabins, renowned professor at Johns Hopkins and
expert on Alzheimer's disease.
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Bingham Farms, MI 48025
32500 Seven Mile Road
Livonia, MI 48152
11095 Fourteen Mile Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48312
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In addition, alumnae of Michigan
State University's chapter, Beta Beta,
have formed a discussion newsgroup
on the Web to catch up with old
classmates and help track down
missing sisters. One can sign on
or by sending an e-mail message to
Beginning the week of Feb. 2,
"B'nai B'rith Presents" will cablecast
a one-hour video tour. of the
Holocaust Memorial Center in West
Holocaust survivor and B'nai
B'rith Einstein Lodge President
David Kahan narrates the tour and
provides a firsthand account of per-
The tour features displays, arti-
facts and graphic Nazi archive pho-
Executive director Rabbi Charles
Rosenzveig provides welcoming
remarks and later conducts the tra-
ditional Jewish memorial prayer for
the millions of innocent people who
The program was produced by
Steve & D.D. Fisher of A.A.A.
Productions in Oak Park and will be
cablecast on the public-access cable
For exact channels, dates and
times, call your cable company's
local-access office or call the B'nai
B'rith Great Lakes Regional office,