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August 29, 2003 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-29

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at 7:30 p.m. Dinner will follow; pre-
paid reservations are required by Sept.
7. A kiddush luncheon will follow
Saturday services.
The weekend will conclude with
services followed by a mekzvah malkah
starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13.
For information, call the synagogue,
(248) 681-3665.

B'nai Moshe Slates
Sisterhood Dinner

Congregation B'nai Moshe will have
its annual sisterhood paid-up member-
ship dinner 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8,
at the synagogue. Karen Katz, noted
local author, will be featured.
For reservations, call Pearlena
Bodzin, (248) 357-1157, by Sept. 1.
Membership dues are $25 and must
be paid no later than Sept. 1.

Rosh HaShanah Services
At The Shut
Are For
EvetyKindOfJew
As LongAs They Like
Apples AalHoney.

(sweet)

at
The Shul are sweet enough. for
every kind of Jewish person.
That's why we'll have exciting
services (in Hebrew and English), a
children's program, classes (during service
times), a warm environment with friendly
people —and a serious Kiddush.

OSH HASHANAH SERVICES

.

And our big and friendly Center has plenty
of room for every kind of Jew.

Which is how we want it to be.

So you're invited! Services are free but
you need to call. The Shul (248-788-4000)
and register. We'll save you a seat.

It's for the entire community, a place for That's all there is to it.
anybody to feel the sweetness of the New
Year. Because everybody should have Sweet.
a place to feel comfortable on. the High.
Holidays. We feel strongly about that.

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Camp Fun

Adat Shalom Synagogue's Rabbi
Daniel Nevins and his family were
in residence at Camp Ramah in
Canada for a week. Shown are
Lynn Scheele Nevins, Rabbi
Nevins, Sam Nevins, Leora Nevins,
Talya Nevins, Daniel Guslits,
Aaron Zinderman, Hannah
Farkas, Elyssa Guslits, Yael Smiley,
Max and Vanessa Farkas.

0000748730

6890 West Maple Road,West Bloomfield,MI 48322
email: HighHalidays@theshulnet
www.theshul.net

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