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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-13

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touched by addiction, Thursday, June
19, 8 p.m. at Temple Shir Shalom.
This open meeting will feature Eric
Paskel, co-owner of the Center for Yoga
in Southfield and West Bloomfield, who
holds a master's degree in clinical psy-
chology and a license in marriage and
family therapy. He will discuss addic-
tion.
For people in need of help, Jewish
Family Service provides a safe, confiden-
tial environment for therapy. The JAGS
(Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically
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Ambassador Peter Rosenblatt will be
featured speaker for the American
Jewish Committee's annual chapter din-
ner meeting Monday, June 16, at the
Max M. Fisher Federation Building,
Bloomfield Township. The evening will
include elections and the program
"Now and Tomorrow: America's Role in
a Changing World."
Rosenblatt is a member of the
Washington international law firm of
Heller & Rosenblatt.
From 1977 to 1981,
he served as
President Carter's
ambassador to the
negotiations on the
future political status
of the trust territory
of the Pacific Islands,
working out a
Rosenblatt
Compact of Free
Association with the new successor gov-
ernments of Palau, the Marshall Islands
and the Federated States of Micronesia.
He serves on AJC's Board of
Governors, AJC's U.N. Watch and
serves as first vice president of the
Washington, D.C., chapter. From 1991,
he has been on the Washington
Advisory Committee of Search for
Common Ground in the Middle East.
The AJC's meeting and program is
open and there is a charge. Reservations
are required. For further information,
call the AJC office, (248) 646-7686.

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