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May 02, 2003 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-02

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Waltonwood At Twelve Oaks

Independent Living with Assisted Services

OPEN HOUSE

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12-6 pm
Join us for a tour and refreshments

• Luxurious one and two bedroom
apartment homes with full kitchens
• Full dining service available
• 74-seat movie theatre

Learn To Be A
Youth Mentor

The Jewish Family Service Mentor
Program matches responsible, caring
adults with children and teens for the
purpose of increasing their self-
esteem, providing a role model and
being a friend.
The next JFS mentor training is set
for Monday, May 19, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
at the JFS main office, 24123
Greenfield Road, Southfield.
Mentors commit to visiting with
the child/teen on a consistent basis for
at least one year. The visiting can be
weekly or bi-weekly, depending on
the mentor's schedule.
For information, call Michelle
Greenstein, (248) 559-1500.

JPost Publisher
Keynotes Event

Tom Rose, the publisher and CEO
of the Jerusalem Post, will speak 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, May 7, at the
Jewish Community Center in West
Bloomfield. He will speak on "The
Power of Newspapers Worldwide"
and the subject of Israel in the
news.
The event is sponsored by the
Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit, Birmingham
Eccentric and Milk & Honey
Restaurant. Rose's presentation is
the keynote event in the
Birmingham Eccentric's 125th
anniversary celebration. In lieu of
an admission charge, donations to
the Israel Emergency Campaign will
be appreciated.
For information, call the JCC's
Jewish Life and Learning
Department, (248) 432-5577.

• Beauty salon and gift shop

Emergency call system
Courtesy transportation
On-site 24-hour care giving staff
On and off-site social activities
So much more!

NO ENTRANCE FEES

(248) 735-1500

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AT TWELVE OAKS

Redefining Retirement Living

Fax: (248) 735-1501
www.waltonwood.com

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email: waltonwoodtwelveoaks@singhmail.com

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ZOA Hosts
Morton Klein

Morton Klein, national president of the
Zionist Organization of
America, will be
keynote speaker at a
community-wide
luncheon noon
Monday, May 12, at
Congregation Shaarey
Zedek Southfield.
Klein will discuss
"The Arab War Against Klein
Israel — What's Next?"
There is a charge. For reservations
before May 9, call (248) 538-6088.







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Where the Jewish Community Shops!

Your exclusive source for all Judaica... offering a huge selection of gifts

for all simchas. Religious items, jewelry, music, books, Shabbat & holiday
items, kosher gift baskets and lots more. Browse the Store often for new

items and specials. Over 3000 products!

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