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ty." $18. West Bloomfield JCC. RSVP:
(248) 642-4260.

OAK PARK JCC
For information or to RSVP: Jewish
Community Center, Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building, 15110 W 10 Mile Road, Oak
Park, (248) 967-4030. No charge for
events unless noted
Cafe Europa — Monday, May 19, 1
p.m. Entertainment with Sam Barnett
for Holocaust survivors, families and
friends.
Yiddish Group — Tuesday, May 20.
Lectures, poetry and songs facilitated by
Mara Khakham.
The Chosen — Wednesday, May 21,
11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Bus leaves from
JPM. $12 play tickets, $4 transporta-
tion.
Concert — Thursday, May 22, 1 p.m.
Yuriy Leonovich, cellist, and Oksana
Vignan, pianist.

EDUCATION
Center for New Thinking — Saturday,
May 17, 10-11:30 p.m.
"Fundamentalism," What is fundamen-
talism? In what ways can we make fun-
damentalism irrelevant. Rabbi Sherwin
Wine. $9 members, $10 guests. 725 S.
Adams, Birmingham. (248) 626-8985.

SUPPORT
Women's Wellness Group — Tuesday,
May 20, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. For
women with any type of cancer, meets
the first and third Tuesday of every
month. Weisberg Cancer Center, 31995
Northwestern Hwy, Farmington Hills.
RSVP: (248) 538-6507.

BENEFITS
Yeshiva Beth Yehudah — Sunday, May
18, 6 p.m. Benefit Auction will include
live and silent auctions, raffle, buffet
dinner and dessert. $75. Ritz-Carlton
Dearborn. (248) 557-6750.
Bear Hug Foundation — Sunday, May
18, 12:30-4 p.m. County Bear Fair
2003 will include carnival games, sport-
ing events, petting zoo, entertainment,
county fair buffet. $30, no charge chil-
dren under 3. Oakland Yard Athletics,
5328 Highland Road, Waterford. (248)
543-6181.
Detroit Friends of Alyn Hospital —
Thursday, May 29, 6:30 p.m.
Strolling dinner and program; Debbie
and Michael Balkin will be honored.
$150. Congregation Shan rey Zedek
Southfield. (248) 737-0120.
Kids Kicking Cancer — Thursday,
May 29, 6-9 p.m. "Carnival for
Courage," opening night gala including
food, music and fun kicks off the

JAMbalaya Festival, May 30-June 1.
Funds support Kids Kicking Cancer and
other programs in local children's hospi-
tals. (248) 334-4600.
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer
Foundation — Saturday, June 7, 6
p.m. Brazilian Carnevale black tie gala
will honor John F. Smith Jr., chairman,
General Motors and Kenneth L. W47,
retired chairman and CEO, Lear.
Cocktails, hor d'ouevres, dinner and
performance by Harry Belafonte. $275.
(248) 443-5800, ext. 4632.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
IVS — 29699 Southfield Road

Southfield. (248) 559-5000; 6600 W
Maple Road, West Bloomfield (248) 661-
8100.
• Help on field trips(concerts, museums,
community programs), share special
interests (music, gardening, reading,
cooking, crafts), help office staff
Dorothy Mantis (248) 559-5000, ext.
258.
• Visit isolated elderly at their residences
in Detroit. Gloria Bender (248) 223-
4431.
• Assist at monthly community-spon-
sored programs held at local synagogues,
temples. Gloria Bender (248) 223 4431.
• Assist staff and older adult program
participants who prepare mailings for
nonprofit agencies. Distribute materi-
als, count, package. Gloria Bender (248)
223-4431, Barbara Peitz (248) 223-
4432.
• Assist older adults with developmental
disabilities or chronic mental illness with
recreational activities at the West
Bloomfield JCC community outings.
LuAnn Master (248) 661-8100, ext. 12.
Use organizational skills to update and
organize resource information. Fran
Cook (248) 223 4430.
• Be a friend to an adult with a develop-
mental disability — assist with check
writing, accessing the community. Fran
Cook (248) 223-4430.
• Work in a sheltered workshop with
developmentally disabled adults by
assisting with production-related activi-
ties such as work distribution, counting
and weighing completed work. LuAnn
Master (248) 661-8100, ext. 12.
Jewish Community Center — West
Bloomfield and Oak Park. Elaine
Schonberger (248) 432-5577, ext. 2466
• Greeters — flexible hours and days.
Greet and assist individuals entering the
JCC. May include clerical.
• Janice Charach Epstein Gallery — for
gallery events. Answer questions, give
directions, help with crowds.
• Library — Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2
p.m. Assist in book circulation, check-in
and reshelving.

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