ttention Sth and 9th graders
Where you can meet members of Michigan Region AZA
& BBG chapters, and discover what is so great about
the largest Jewish Youth Organization in the world.
2 GREAT OPPORTUNITIES:
SUNDAY, MARCH 2, AT THE JIMMY PRENTIS MORRIS JCC
IN OAK PARK
SUNDAY, MARCH 9, AT THE WEST BLOOMFIELD JCC
ON THE APPLEBAUM CAMPUS
For more information call
BBYO at (248) 788-0700
A special parent meeting will be held simultaneously
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Shabbat experience planned for cancer patients,
survivors and family.
The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer
Institute and Rabbi Joseph Krakoff of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek present
Nsiat Shlemt(t: A Journey Towards
Wholeness," a new Shabbat retreat for
Jewish cancer patients, survivors and
It is based on the institute's faith-
based spiritual support group, "Nsiah: A
Journey," and will take place at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield Friday and Saturday, March
The retreat will begin with Shabbat
services at 6 p.m. Friday followed by
. dinner and an activity session.
Participants will reconvene for an inter-
active morning service Saturday at 10
a.m. followed by lunch, activity sessions,
a Seudah Shilishit (third meal) and clos-
ing Havdalah service. Cost of the retreat
is $50 per person.
During the retreat, participants will:
• Explore how religious beliefs and
Jewish practices can be used as strategies
to help people feel more in control of
the cancer experience;
• Explore personal spirit building and
remembered wellness with hands-on
• Identify the tools available within
Judaism — such as one's belief in God,
prayer and ritual
— that can pro-
hope and coping;
• Learn how to
thoughts into pos-
• Be supported
by others living
through a similar
Beron and social
worker Patricia Milner Sachs, both can-
cer survivors, will join Rabbi Krakoff in
leading the group. Topics such as uncer-
tainty, helplessness, lack of control, the
doctor-patient relationship, treatment
related concerns, self and body image,
the effect illness has on family, reorder-
ing life and personal goals, social rela-
tionships and "Why me?" may also be
Space is limited. To register, call Pat
Sachs by March 11 at (800)-KAR-
Love your Kids
MARC J. COHEN
PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE ENJOYING LIFE
Yose fShumulinskiy of Oak Park, Gary Toigow, president of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah
in Southflekl, and Yeshiva Rabbi Yemchnziel Stewart speak with Rabbi Shnzuel
Kitmenetsky, cosh yeshivah of Yeshiva Gedolah of Philadelphia. Rabbi Kanzenetsky
was keynote speaker at the Jan. 19 Siyum HaTorab dinner in 71707107y of Rabbi
Avrohom Abba Freedman at the Yeshiva's Beth Jacob School for Girls in Oak Park.