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Calendar

Shalom Synagogue. (248) 548-3663.
Camp Mak-A-Dream — Thursday,
Oct. 23, 5-8 p.m. Cookies N'Dreams
includes cookies from local bakeries,
simple dinner fare, children's enter-
tainment and activities to benefit
cost-free camp for children and young
adults with cancer. $55 adults, chil-
dren under 17 pay their age. (248)
539-9970.
Forgotten Harvest — Saturday, Oct.
25, 8 p.m. Comedy Night 2003, cele-
brating 13 Years of Action Against
Hunger, features comedian George
Wallace with opening acts by local
comedian Jeffrey Dwoskin and Chris
DiAngelo. $45, $100 with dinner.
(248) 350-3663.
Zionist Organization of America —
Sunday, Oct. 26, 7 p.m. 70th annual
Balfour Celebration Concert features
comedian Mal Z. Lawrence, enter-
tainer Paul Zim and honors Saul and
Sylvia Waldman with the Justice
Louis D. Brandeis Award. Tickets
begin at $50. Millennium Theater,
15600 J.L. Hudson Drive, Southfield.
(248) 282-0088.
JARC — Sunday, Nov. 2, 1:30 p.m.,
7:30 p.m. Mama Mia! $60 and up.
Fisher Theatre. (248) 538-6611.

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Greenfield Road, Southfield. Michelle
Greenstein (248) 558-1500, ext. 294.
• 7th Annual Fall Fix Up — Sunday,
Nov. 2, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Help
homebound older adults and those in
need of minor home repairs and out-
door cleanup. Kate Pogany (248)
558-1500.
• Mentor a Child — 2-3 hours,
weekly, year commitment. Offer
companionship and support by pro-
viding one-on-one attention and
guidance. Mentor training 6:30-
8p.m., Thursday, Oct. 30. RSVP.
• THAW — New program needs
computer literate volunteers to assist
individuals applying for financial
assistance to help pay heating bills
and other utilities.
• Friendly Visitors — Visit with
homebound older adults in their
homes or grocery shop and run
errands with them.
• Courtesy Drivers — 1-3 hours
weekly. Take clients to medical
appointments, out-patient surgeries or
assist with errands.
Supportive Community — occasion-
al. volunteer corps for a one-time task
to help older adults live independent-
ly

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