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April 04, 2003 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-04

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Aids Health

Free-Spirited Living!

The Center for Jewish Healing is devel-
oping an adult Jewish drumming group
led by Rabbi Danny Nevins, spiritual
leader of Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The six-week group, which begins 7:30
p.m. Thursday, April 10, will combine
Torah study with the opportunity to
experience the healing powers of drum-
ming. Studies indicate that drumming
improves blood pressure and pulse rate
while relieving tension.
Drums will be available for those who
pre-register. Participants may bring their
own hand drums and bongos.
For registration and fee information,
call the Center for Jewish Healing, (248)

At The Trowbridge senior retirement
community, we offer the full range of
high-quality services that you have come
to expect, including:

Literacy Workshop
Features Educators

Two area educators will be the featured
speakers at the Monday, April 7, Detroit
Jewish Coalition for Literacy (DJCL) vol-
unteer training workshop 4-6 p.m. at the
Max M. Fisher Federation Building in
Bloomfield Township.
Oakland Schools educators Joan
Firestone, director of early childhood
education, and Dina Krause, preschool
and special education consultant, will
present "The Reading Process: How You
Can Help."
The. DJCL is chaired by Council
board members SallyJo Levine and Ellie.
Slovis and is an affiliate of the National
Jewish Coalition for Literacy. To register
for the workshop, call Phyllis Jarvis,
(248) 642-5393.

Hospital Seeks
Award Nominees

Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital in
Commerce Township honors an individ-
ual, group or organization for outstand-
ing service to the hospital and is now
seeking nominees for the 2003 award,
based on exemplary contributions in phi-
lanthropy, patient care, policy-making or
volunteer service.
The community award will be present-
ed at the annual An Affair to Remember,
Nov. 1, at the Centerpoint Marriott in
Pontiac. The recipient will receive a
tabletop replica of the blue heron sculp-
ture in the hospital's courtyard, created
by Milford artist Heiner Herding.
Nomination forms and additional
information are available by calling the
hospital development office, (248) 937-
3627. Entries must be postmarked no
later than May 1.

In addition, The Trowbridge and
Providence Hospital offers:

Gourmet Dining
Weekly Housekeeping/Linen Service
More Than 200 Monthly Activities
Chauffeured Transportation

On-site Full-time Physician
On-site Rehabilitation Center
Full-time Nursing Staff
Podiatrist and Masseuse
Full-service Assisted Living

Call (248) 352-0208 for a personal tour and additional information.


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