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Eli Golf Balls
Walk in the Park
at The Trowbridge
Enjoy a man-sized luncheon of:
Barbeque chicken, hamburgers and kosher hot dogs
Potato salad • Corn-on-the-cob
Apple pie and ice cream
Join us for a Complimentary Father's Day Luncheon
Saturday, June 14, 2003
Noon to 2:00 p.m.
Sleight of hand by Jasen Magic
Musical selections by The Ban-Joes of Michigan
Personal tours — 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Raffle prizes and complimentary valet parking
Reservations are requested
RSVP to Alexis by Monday, June 9, 2003 at (248) 352-0208, ext. 213
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Adat Shalom Synagogue
Sharon Lipton Alan Yost
Fundraising Dinner Co Chairpersons
J udy Kepes
Dinner Arrangements Co Chairpersons
Allan Sefton Kickarci 5imtob
Dinner Program Book Co-Chairpersons
For more information, please call Yad Ezra at (248) 548-3663
Special thanks* to...
usiness Dinner Sponsor - Sckecter Financial Group
Dinner Sponsor - Ronda and Ron Ferber
The Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring-
the Circle of Jewish Culture, will hold
its annual Besere Velt (Better World)
Award event 2 p.m. Sunday, June 1, at
the Jewish Community Center in
Honorees are Jon Posner, civil liber-
ties lawyer and community activist,
and Kary Moss, executive director of
the ACLU of Michigan.
The program will include Ron
Coden singing songs of justice and
labor; Yiddish music sung by Ellen
Sandweiss-Hodges and Ali Hodges;
Stan Ovshinsky offering a tribute to
the memory of the late Norma
Shifrin, Workmen's Circle leader and
Yiddishist; and presentations. Dessert
will follow the program.
For reservations, contact the Circle,
(248) 545-0985 or micircle 1 @aol.com
The Holocaust Memorial Center,
expected to open on Orchard Lake
Road in Farmington Hills this fall, will
begin its training session for individu-
als wishing to serve as docents.
The session, for adults with daytime
hours to spare, will be held 10 a.m.
Wednesday, June 25, at the HMC's
present location, 6602 W Maple
Road, West Bloomfield.
Docents will learn to guide groups
on walking tours of the HMC,
explaining the exhibits and interpret-
ing the history and lessons of the
Holocaust. A syllabus for the new
campus is being prepared and will be
distributed at the orientation session.
Because of the addition of two new
entities, the International Institute of
the Righteous and the Museum of
European Jewish History, this year's
session will include two survey courses
in Jewish history, one taught by
HMC's founder, Rabbi Charles H.
HMC board member and veteran
docent Judy Miller will continue in
her role as coordinator of the training
programs. Preregistration is necessary
for those new to the docent program.
For information, call Selma Silverman,