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May 09, 2003 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-09

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Sunday, May 18, 2003
6:00 PM
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Seniors are winding up rehearsals for the first Community Senior Variety Show
of Performing and Visual Arts on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 11, at the Jewish
Community Center in Oak Park. There will be 17 acts and 10 fine artists
showcasing their work. The visual arts show begins at 1 p.m. with the variety
show starting at 1:30 p.m.
The show is held in honor of Older Americans Month. The Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit's ElderLink is the event's sponsor. Carol
Rosenberg, associate director of Jewish Home and Aging Services, serves as
show director.
ElderLink provides a continuum of care for older adults in the community
through partner agencies, Jewish Apartments & Services, Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan Detroit, Jewish Family Service, Jewish Home and
Aging Services and JVS.
"We are doing this show to let the community see what magnificent talent
our seniors have," says Rosenberg about the participants, all ages 62 and over.
"Proceeds will go to the Dorothy and Peter Brown Jewish Community Adult
Day Care Program."
Rose Morgan will lead the Rose Morgan Singers in selections for the times.
"I chose 'Let There Be Peace on Earth' because of the issues our country is fac-
ing," says Morgan, who recently turned 89.
Daniel Hoffer, a retiree who has played the harmonica as a hobby, will be
presenting a classical piece. "I saw a notice and thought I would audition," says
Hoffer. "I've enjoyed being part of this."
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May 28, 2003

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