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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-08

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Shabbat Program
Explores Concerns

The American Jewish Committee,
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter and
Congregation Shaarey
Zedek have teamed
up to cosponsor a
summer Shabbat
afternoon exploring
Jewish concerns
around the world.
This year's pro-
gram, "The
Changing Germany,"
Petri
will begin at 4:30
p.m. Saturday, Aug.
16. The community is invited to
attend minchah services, a dialogue
with the visiting consul general of
Germany, Dr. Alexander Petri, and
enjoy a seudah shlishit at the Shaarey
Zedek West Bloomfield, B'nai Israel
Center, in West Bloomfield.
AJC chapter vice president and
congregation member Jay Knoll will
help facilitate the discussion. Rabbi
Lee Buckman will lead afternoon serv-
ices.
There is no charge for the after-
noon program. Reservations are
requested. For reservations and infor-
mation about the AJC, call (248) 646-
7686.

Shul Hosts Founder
Of Jews For Judaism

The Shul will host a Shabbaton with
Julius Ciss on Friday, Aug. 15, at
6890 W Maple, West Bloomfield.
Candlelighting will be at 7:30 p.m.
followed by dinner at 8:15 p.m. On
Saturday, Aug. 16, services will be at
9:30 a.m. followed by kiddush at

12:30 p.m.
Ciss is a former Hebrew-Christian
and founder and director of the
Toronto branch of Jews for Judaism.
The cost for the dinner is $18 for
adults and $10 for children. Shabbat
day is free. For reservations, call the
Shul, (248) 788-4000.

B'nai Moshe Offers
Torah Study Class

Congregation B'nai Moshe will offer a
Torah study session for adults and
teens with Rabbi Lee Buckman, head
of school of the Jewish Academy of
Metropolitan Detroit, on Monday,

Aug. 18, 7:30-9 p.m. All are welcome.
The shiur is titled "Songs of the
Heart: Psalms of Healing." Tuition is
$10. Pre-registration is encouraged
but not required. There is no charge
for high school or college students or
for Jewish educators who teach in area
congregational schools, day schools,
yeshivot or other Jewish educational
institutions. There is also a tuition dis-
count for B'nai Moshe members.
Some reading knowledge of
Hebrew would be helpful, but is not
required. For information, call Nancy
Kaplan, (248) 737-1931.

Milton Avery
Harry Bertoia
Charles Burchfield
Alexander Calder
Samuel Cashwan
Stuart Davis
Lester Johnson
Marsden Hartley
Hans Hofmann
Richard Lindner
George Rickey
Zoltan Sepeshy
William S. Schwartz
William Sommer
Hughie Lee-Smith
Bob Thompson

The gallery is actively purchasing
work by.the above mentioned artists
Call to set up an appointment.

Golf Outing
Aids Families

Congregation Shir Tikvah's second
annual golf outing will be Monday,
Sept. 22, at Boulder Pointe. Proceeds
from the event will go to programs
that strengthen families and provide
educational opportunities for children
through the synagogue's Sam and Jean
Frankel Family Education Program.
Registration will begin at 11:30
a.m.; tee time is 1 p.m. The format is
four-person scramble; men and
women are welcome.
Cost of the day includes 18 holes
of golf with cart, ninth-hole snacks
and drinks, dinner, beverages, a sweet
table and a live auction. A cash bar
will be available for liquor, beer and
wine.
Prizes will be awarded for lowest
scores, longest drive, shot closest to
the pin and putting contest. The hole-
in-one prize is a new vehicle.
Sponsorship opportunities are avail-
able. Cost for the outing is $135 per
person; $30 for dinner only.
For information, call the congrega-
tion, (248) 649-4418, or Art Scafe,
(734) 260-7578.

Student Life Director
Joins JAMD Staff

The Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit has hired Lisa Gilan as the high
school's new student life director.
A native of Milwaukee, Gilan was
active in B'nai Kith Youth Organiza-
tion, United Synagogue Youth and
Camps Ramah and JCC in Wisconsin.
Gilan has worked for the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and
has been active in the Jewish community
through synagogue involvement, volun-
teer service and staffing travel opportu-
nities to Israel.

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