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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-28

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The Jewish Theological Seminary

Metro Detroit Gala Celebration

Rabbis Gather
For Seminars

Rabbi Reuven Spolter of Young Israel of
Oak Park and Rabbi Yechiel Morris of
Young Israel of Southfield were among
rabbis from the United States and
Canada at the Rabbi Joseph B.
Soloveitchik Institute in Brookline, Mass.,
March 25-27 for a rabbinic seminar.
The seminar, facilitated by Rabbi
Jacob J. Schacter, dean of the institute,
offered young rabbis in the modern
Orthodox community opportunities for
study, sharing and growth.
The event focused on the spring holi-
day cycle, offering materials for sermons
and study sessions on the holiday themes.
The rabbis also worked with seminar fac-
ulty on a range of pastoral issues and
trends in the Jewish community.

Thursday, May 8, 2003
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Guest speaker:

The Honorable Governor Jennifer Granholm

Shin Award Recipients

Eugene and Anne Greenstein - Congregation Beth Shalom
Ira and Kay Harris - Congregation B'nai Moshe
Dr. Abe and Sylvia Pearlman - Adat Shalom Synagogue
Dr. Manuel and Harriet Sklar - Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Rabbi Simon Greenberg Distinguished Service Recipient
Rabbi Irwin Groner - Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Institute, Temple
Host Model Seder

The Southfield-based Ecumenical
Institute for Jewish-Christian Studies
and Temple Beth El will sponsor the
annual model Passover seder 1 p.m.
Sunday, March 30.
Guests will participate in readings,
music, retelling of the story of the
Exodus, and have opportunities for con-
versation with Temple Beth El hosts.
Dessert will follow the seder.
Individuals and families are welcome;
this program is especially significant for
church confirmation and study groups.
There is a $15 per person charge for
the program. For reservations, call
Barbara Yuhas, (248) 557-4522.

couvert $180 per person
for more information please call the Detroit JTS office, 248-258-0055 or email
toclouser@jtsa.edu

In the anxious moments following a
devastating terrorist strike in Israel, where
seconds mean the difference between life
and death, heroic police, soldiers and
civilian volunteers respond swiftly to locate
and save the victims. Reacting just as swiftly,
the Israel Humanitarian Foundation has
raced to the rescue of the helpless victims
and their shattered families. So swift has
been their response, that today when
terror attacks in Israel, help from the IHF
arrives just as quickly as the emergency
equipment does.

Groups To View
Sea Scrolls Exhibit

The Hazak Group and the Congregation
B'nai Moshe Men's Club will host a bus
trip to Grand Rapids on Sunday, May 4,
to view the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The trip is open to the community.
Reservation deadline is April 1. The
charge is $35, which includes transporta-
tion and admission to the museum. For
an additional $5, participants can add a
visit via trolley to the Chihuly glass exhib-
it at the Meijer Gardens. No meals are
included.
The bus will leave the B'nai Moshe
lot at 9:30 a.m. and return at 6:30 p.m.
The museum trip will be from 12:30-
1:30 p.m. From 2-4 p.m., participants
may see other museum exhibits or visit
the gardens.
Chair of trip is Joel Shayne, assisted by
Susan Rabinovia. For information, call
the synagogue office, (248) 788-0600.

Unique amongst charitable organizations,
the IHF is known as The Charity of
Choice because it gives donors the choice
where their cash contributions are to be
spent. Whether you want to aid terrorist
victims, launch the new IHF Geriatric
Center, provide guide dogs for the blind or
choose from many other philanthropic
opportunities, there is an IHF 'choice`
available for you.

MY CHOICE,
THE CHARITY OF CHOICE

With the IHF, you can choose not only
to help Israel in its hour of greatest need,
but also how your contribution is used to
help. Choose to be one of the first to help
Israel. Make your donation. Make your
choice, the Charity of Choice,

ISRAEL
HUMANITARIAN
FOUNDATION

888 - 4 - 345 - IHF 212 - 683 - 5676 info@HHF.net wwwl H Filet

HIF

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