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June 20, 2003 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-20

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Maze! Toy


Sutdy Torah With
Rabbi Glogower

Congregation B'nai Moshe will present a special evening of Torah study for adults
and teens with Rabbi Rod Glogower of Ann Arbor from 7:30-9 p.m. Monday,
June 30.
`A Traditionalist Confronts Modernity — Rabbi Yechezkel Landau of Prague,
1713-1793" will be the topic. Rabbi Landau was a staunch traditionalist who sup-
ported certain elements of the haskalah (enlightenment) movement. For many
years, he served as the chief rabbi of Prague and Bohemia.
Rabbi Glogower is rabbinic resource person on staff of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at the University of Michigan and an adjunct professor at the U-M
Law School. He teaches adult courses in Talmud and Tanakh for the Detroit
Federation's Alliance for Jewish Education.
Tuition is $10 per person ($8 for B'nai Moshe members). Advance registration
is encouraged, but students may also register at the door. Some reading knowledge
of Hebrew is helpful but not required.
This learning event has been made possible by a gift to the Ruth Rosenberg
Albert Adult Education Fund of Congregation B'nai Moshe from Dr. Rich and
Marci Herman. The event is coordinated by the B'nai Moshe Adult Jewish
Learning Group, chaired by Nancy Kaplan.
For reservations or information, call the B'nai Moshe office, (248) 788-0600.

On your graduation
from Hillel Day School.
Continue to follow
your dreams
and may they bring you
happiness and success
at West Bloomfield
High School.

All our love,
Mom, Dad Megan

Love your Kids

Beth El Nursery
Holds Graduation

Temple Beth El nursery school students received a diploma and a key to the
temple, marking their graduation from on June 4.
Graduates included Marshall Basson, Franklin Dobrusin, Ben Epstein,
Hannah Gorosh, Alayna Hackman, Adam Harwood, Brett Howard,
Benjamin Kalt, Jacob Kirsch, Alex Kugelmass, Liam Little, Adam Lutz,
Michael Lutz, Hannah Myers, Sidney Nemeth, Lauren Novick, Noah Rand,
Trent Ruby, Sarah Shaya, Jillian Selander, David Steinman, Sam Warshaw,
Aaron Weiss and Alex Zureick.





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Gathered at a recent meeting of the Michigan Region of the Rabbinical Assembly
are Rabbi Tziona Szajman, rabbi-educator for religious school and youth at
Congregation Beth Shalom; Rabbi Lee Buckman, head of school at Jewish Academy
of Metropolitan Detroit in West Bloomfielc• organization president Rabbi Daniel
Nevins ofAdat Shalom Synagogue; Rabbi James Michaels of Congregation Beth
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Congregation Beth Shalom; Rabbi Leonardo Bitran of Congregation Shaarey
Zedek; and Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz ofAdat Shalom Synagogue.


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