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October 10, 2003 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-10

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RABBI MITCHELL CHEFTTZ
Thursday, October 23 at 7:00 p.m.

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"Kabbctlah & the
Modern Jew" with
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz,
author of Teaching
With Grace kicks off
Temple Israel's Adult
Academy 2003-04.
$5.00 at the door.

WOODLAND TRIO
Sunday, Noventber 16 at 7::,0 p.m.

WF TT'
This talented
group of
classical
musicians
provide a truly
delightful
evening of
music. Kerstin
Ail in, harpist; Jeffery Zook, flutist/
piccoloist and Caroline Coade,
have been performing together since 1999.
Sponsored by the Schmier Chapel Chamber
Series; Co-sponsored by the Temple Israel
Treasures

TRIBUTE TO JAN PEERCE
Sunday, March 28 at 300 p.m.

Celebrate the
life of tenor Jan
Peerce, born in
1904, well
known for his
cantorial and
operatic works
as Cantor Lori Corrsin, cantorial soloist Neil Michaels, tenor
Jeff Picon join an ensemble from the Ann Arbor Symphony in a
memorable evening of music & song.
Sponsored by the Harry Laker Memorial Concert Fund;
Co-sponsored by Couples Club

ST. CLAIR TRIO
Sunday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m.

Violinist Geoffrey Applegate,
cellist Marcy Chanteaux and
pianist Pauline Martin are
outstanding artists from the DSO
offering fresh interpretations of
repertoire staples..

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Sponsored by the Schmier Chapel Chamber Series; Co-sponsored by
the Temple Israel Treasures

COFFEEHOUSE DAYS WITH RON CODEN
Thursday, April 29 at 7:30 pm.

SEEDS OF SUN
Sunday, November 23 at 3:00 p.m.

t'ApataniF
This young
Israeli jazz
ensemble of
Sabras with a
contemporary
blend of old
and new, east
and west, includes vocalist Michal Cohen;
flutist Mattan Klein; pianist Yoav
Polachek; bass player Itamar Ziegler; and
drummer Yuval Lion.
Sponsored by the Appel Family Concert Fund;
Co-sponsored by the Temple Israel Sisterhood

LESLEA Ni WMAN
Tuesday, December 9 at 7:30 p.m.

"Out of the Closet &
Nothing to Wear" an
evening with Leslea
Newman, author of
over forty books for
adults and children.
During this insightful
evening, the author will
read from her fiction
and poetry, and address issues of being Gay
and Jewish.
Sponsored by the Stark Family Fund

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Events will be at Temple Israel, 5725
Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield,
Michigan. For reservations, please call
Temple at 248-661-5700.

Take a walk down memory lane as Ron
Coden performs in an entertaining and
nostalgic tribute to when we were young.
His unique style of music and comedy will
delight audiences of all ages.
Sponsored in part by the Rosalyn Liner and
Barry Liner Concert Fund

CLEVELAND Duo PLUS ONE
Sunday, May 16 at 7:30 p.m.

In a return visit from Stephen
Warner, violinist; Carolyn Gadiel
Warner, pianist/violinist and
James limbic, saxophonist for
unforgettable chamber music.
Sponsored by the Schmier Chapel
Chamber Series; Co-sponsored by
the Temple Israel Treasures

SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM
Tuesday, lune 22 at 7:00 p.m.

Our Jewish
Theatre Music
Series will
feature the
voices of Cantor
Lori Cousin,
cantorial soloist
Neil Michaels and soprano Stephanie Michaels in a program of
music by the talented Steven Sondheim. Relive all your
Broadway favorites in this musical extravaganza.
Partially funded by our Theatre Music Angels

grandchild of
Joyce and Dave
Sakwa, Marvin
Berman and the
late Marilou
Berman.
Ryan is an
honor student at
Orchard Lake
Middle School in
West Bloomfield. He found it
meaningful to volunteer at Jewish
Family Service's fall fix-up. He also
helped make and serve dinner at
Temple Israel during the SOS proj-
ect and he donated to 13 charities as
will be represented by the candles
on his cake.

Lauren Samantha Soltz, daughter of
Michelle and Mark Soltz and sister
of Madelyne, will
celebrate her bat
mitzvah Saturday,
Oct. 11, at
Temple Israel. Her
proud grandpar-
ents are Frances
and Ronald White
and Phyllis and
Donald Soltz.
Lauren attends
Sarah Banks Middle School in
Walled Lake. Her most meaningful
mitzvah project involved helping to
plan, prepare -and assist at a B'nai
B'rith golf outing.

Lauren Amanda Tucker will be
called to the Torah as a bat mitzvah
on Friday, Oct. 10, at Temple Kol
Ami. She is the daughter of Lisa and
Andy Tucker, sister of Austin and
granddaughter of
Ann Gallison,
Marsha and
Arnold Tucker.
She is also the
grandchild of the
late Harvey
Gallison.
Lauren is an
honor student at
Warner Middle
School in Farmington Hills. Her
mitzvah projects included working
at Yad Ezra in Berkley and helping
teach young children gymnastics
and dance.

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