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April 11, 2003 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-11

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GOLDIN 50TH

oan and Norman Goldin
marked their 50th wedding
_ anniversary on March 15.
Their children and grandchil-
dren are Larry, Darla, Janelle, Ryan
and Darren Goldin, Sharon, Michael,
Amanda and Jeremy Mony, Mark,
Stephanie and Terry Goldin. A dinner
party will be given in the Goldins'
honor at the Clawson Steak House.

What a wonderful way to celebrate Mother's Day!

FOR PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS

Show Date: Sunday, May 11, 200 3"

Mother's Day

Visual Arts Show 1:00 - 1:30 p.m.
Performing Arts Show 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
followed by a
Show Stopping Afterglow
at
Jewish Community Center

GREENFIELD 55TH

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ickey and Saul
Greenfield celebrated
55 years of marriage on
March 25. Daughter
and son-in-law Gail and Ira Mondry
and grandsons Aaron, Jacob and
Nathan joined with family and friends
for music and a toast to the devoted
couple. Congratulations may be sent
to Saul Greenfield, Room 219, c/o
Hospice of Michigan, Farmington
Hills, MI 48334.

of Metropolitan Detroit
Jimmy Prentis Morris Building
15110 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Park,
Michigan

ADMISSION: Adults - $5
* Seniors - $3
* Young Adults 12-17 - $1
* Children Under 12 - No Charge
* for information

Special Birthday

CALL 248-661-2999 Da. 348

HALPERIN 107TH

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ack Halperin, the oldest resi-
dent of the Trowbridge senior
retirement community, cele-
brated his 107th birthday
with a party on March 11. Among his
well-wishers were fellow Trowbridge
residents and Jack's 81-year-old
nephew, Robert Halperin, and his
grandson Mark Kahn. Mr. Halperin is
an active figure at the retirement com-
munity, where most afternoons he can
be found engrossed in a book in the
greenhouse.

Show Director. Carol Rosenberg, Jewish Home & Aging Services
Event Coordinator: Mindi Silver-Webs, Dorothy and Peter Brown Jewish Community Adult Day Care Pa
Visual Arts Director. Carol Dmitruk, Jewish Apartments and Services

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