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he annual Seminars for
Adult Jewish Enrichment
(SAJE) classes, which
began last week at the
Jewish Community Centers in West
Bloomfield and Oak Park, offered
something for everyone.
"Healthy Kosher Cooking" at the
JCC in Oak Park brought out a big
crowd for the first class Feb. 12.
Sponsored by Weight Watchers, the
class attracted mostly women to see
Chef Connie Gustafson of Burton,
Mich., prepare specialties, using such
healthy items as spaghetti squash.
Meanwhile, a more serious topic
was being discussed Feb. 11 at the
JCC in West Bloomfield. Rabbi
Reuven Spolter of Young Israel of
Oak Park led a class called "Jewish
Life and Sept. 11, 2001," in which
he began discussing halachic (Jewish
legal) and ethical issues surrounding
the United States' war against terror-
Classes, which are being taught
by local rabbis and educators, con-
tinue through March 13.
— Keri Guten Cohen,
story development editor
You are cordially invited
Kurt Barrer of Farmington Hills and
David Lieberman of West Bloomfield
share information during Rabbi
Reuven Spolteii class on "Jewish Life
and Sept. 11, 2001."
Rabbi Spolter makes a point
in his class.
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Chef Connie Gustafion teaches
students to cook healthy kosher food
the Weight Watchers way.
Irene Fridman of Livonia watches
intently as food is prepared during
the Healthy Jewish Cooking class.