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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-04

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THE COHN-HADDOW
CENTER FOR
JUDAIC STUDIES

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Con crence on the Changing Role of Women
in American Jewish Religious Life

May 4-5, 2003

Keynote session:
- American Jewish Women: A Social and Cultural
Vanguard

Panel presentations:
- Women as Religious Leaders and Interpreters
- Public and Private Roles of Women in the Major
Denominations
- Women's Rituals and Ceremonies

Sessions co-sponsored with Congregadon Shaarey Zedek, The Jewish Theological Seminal) , of
America-Great lakes Region, and the Women's Studies and Religious Studies Programs at
Wayne State University

Generous fionling pnwided hv the Chaim, Fanny Louis, Benjamin, and Anne Florence Kautinan
711-ust

Registration open until April 25th.

American inVith Historical Society, New Ma. NY and Newton Cc•ntre,

For further information, please contact the
Cohn-Haddow Center (313) 577-2679

Bernard and Barbara Stollrnan

Stollmans Chair
ORT Program

WAYNE STATE
UNIVERSITY

701910

Arden Courts

Alzheinzer'd Atoidted Living

Proud to be part of the

The Michigan Region of Women's
American ORT 2003 Visions of Hope
event will be Wednesday, May 4, at
Temple Shir Shalom. Honorary chairs
are Bernard and Barbara Stollman.
The event will feature a presentation
of the play When Purple Hearts Turn
Black and Blue by Anne Roiphe.
A patron event is scheduled before
the curtain rises. A strolling buffet
and a dessert afterglow with author
Roiphe are planned. Roiphe's books
will be on sale and the author will
sign copies.
For ticket information, call the
ORT office, (248) 723-8860.

Bin am Farms Commum

Arden Courts has been proud to help our Jewish community members with Alzheimer's and their families
in Bingham Farms and surrounding communities discover that there is a facility that can provide the best in
Alzheimer's care. With our cutting edge approach to Alzheimer's caregiving and continuous Alzheimer's
caregiving training, our staff at Arden Courts are experts in providing quality care in a setting that is solely
dedicated to the care of those with Alzheimer's disease and memory impairments.

Additionally, Arden Courts works hard to develop a sense of a Jewish community while providing an
atmosphere where your loved one can continue the traditions of a lifetime. Our Program Coordinator has
developed programs to appeal to your loved one's interests, from cultural events
and holiday observances to spiritual support. Also, Arden Courts caters to
individual preferences including providing the option of pre-made/frozen Kosher
meals and serving time-honored favorites and traditional Friday evening meals.

Let Arden Courts give your loved one the care they need, the service you
expect and the peace on mind you both deserve.

Call (248) 644-8100 today to arrange for a personalized tour of our facility,
receive a free copy of the guidebook "At the Heart of Alzheimer's" and
discuss Jewish life at Arden Courts.

Arden Courts

24005 West 13 Mile Road
Bingham Farms, MI 48025
(248) 644-8100

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JVS Advises On
Student Loans

Southfield-based JVS, a nonprofit
human services organization, will
host a parent-informational meeting
on the Jewish Educational Loan
Service (JELS) and additional finan-
cial aid options for college students
7 p.m. Wednesday, April 9.
JELS is open to Detroit area
Jewish residents and is administered
through JVS, Hebrew Free Loan
Association and the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.
JELS Coordinator Dr. Marvin
Berman will discuss how to apply
for an interest-free loan offered
through JELS and the availability of
financial assistance through state,
federal, institutional and private
sources. Although the meeting will
be directed toward parents, students
are welcome to attend.
For registration or information,
call Dr. Berman, (248) 559-5000.

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