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May 02, 2003 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-02

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TEMPLE ISRAEL'S
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Our very own, multi-talented,
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CANTOR LORI CORRSIN,
CANTORIAL SOLOIST,
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Spirituality

Sisterhood Hosts
Noted Chef

The Adat Shalom
Synagogue
Sisterhood will pres-
ent its new cook-
book at the group's
Donor Day event
Tuesday, May 13.
From Our Table to
Yours - A Collection
of Kosher Recipes
Greenwald
Classic to
Contemporary con-
tains recipes from 200 Adat Shalom
members.
The Donor Day afternoon will con-
sist of shopping, luncheon fare from
recipes in the book, a talk by local chef
Elwin Greenwald and an opportunity to
purchase the cookbook at a special
price.
Greenwald teaches, lectures, travels
and is working on a book combining his
interests of cooking, travel and art.
Donor Day will begin with a conti-
nental breakfast and boutiques at 10
a.m., followed by the luncheon at noon.
There is a $36 minimum to attend, but
no entry charge for the shopping. Call
the synagogue office, (248) 851-5100,
for pricing information.

The Donor Day committee, chaired
by Susan Shacket, is composed of Sherri
Morof, Lauren Rosenberg, Sandi
Duschinsky, Sandi Miller, Joni Fisher,
Judie Dubin, Ruth Zerin, Helayne
Kaplan, Charlotte Edelheit, Celia
Lubetsky. Janis Holman and Linda
Warner are co-presidents of the sister-
hood.
Thee cookbook committee consists
of Jane Anchill, Beth Hirsch, Abby
Sherbin, Joyce Weingarten and Carol
Weintraub-Fogel.

Shir Shalom
Honors Youth

Temple Shir Shalom will honor 11 grad-
uating seniors at Shabbat services Friday,
June 6, at 8 p.m. The graduates are
Jeffrey Acciaioli, Joseph Edelman, Aaron
Freund, Amanda Gorman, Rachel
Kahan, Matthew Kuehn, Kira Lesser,
liana Marcus, Laura Pearson, Mara
Sweet, Stefanie Thalmann.
Confirmation students will be hon-
ored at a Thursday, erev Shavuot service,
June 5, at 7:30 p.m. The confirrnands are
Sharon Alpert, Rachel Hollander, Casey
Horton, Melissa Morof, Clayton Moss,
Jake Seidman, Reid Smith, Samantha
Solomon, Rachel Wasserman.

Partially funded by the David Arthur Stulberg Memorial Fund
and the Harry & Phyllis Kellman Memorial Fund

The Jewish
Theological
Seminary

STANDS
WITH ISRAEL!

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COMMUNITY SHOPS!
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Cantor Stephen Dubov watches as Emma Rose Williamson, 13, of
Grosse Pointe, daughter of Marianne Williamson, practices reading from
the Torah in preparation for her April 25 bat mitzvah. The service, o /-
dated by Cantor Dubov, was the first bat mitzvah at 8-month-old
Congregation Chaye Olam and was held in the sanctuary of
Congregation Beth Ahnl.

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