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October 17, 2003 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-17

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Kabbalah Scholar
Leads Study

"Kabbalah and Mysticism" will be
taught by Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg at
the Sara Tugman Bais Chabad Torah
Classes will meet Sundays, Oct. 26-
Dec. 21, 10:30-11:30 a.m. and
Wednesdays, Oct. 22-Dec. 17, 8:30-
9:30 p.m.
To register or for information, call the
Torah Center, (248) 855-6170.



Lecture On History
Of Library Branches
Jim Evenhuis, former assistant director

for Branch Services at the Detroit Public
Library, will be guest speaker at the
Tuesday, Oct. 28, luncheon of the Rabbi
Leo M. Franklin Archives of Temple
Beth EI. He will discuss the "Not Yet
Forgotten Branches of the Detroit
Public Library."
Assisted by John Gibson, archivist at
Burton Historical Collection of Detroit
Public Library, Evenhuis will present a
140-year trip in words and pictures trac-
ing the library's history from its begin-
nings to the present. Special emphasis
will be placed on branch libraries in the
Jewish community and the Jewish com-
munity's contributions to the library,
especially those of Rabbis Leo M.
Franklin and Leon Fram.
The noon luncheon and lecture are
open to the community. Cost of the
event is $20. For reservations and infor-
mation, call the Franklin Archives, (248)


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On Monday, Oct. 20, at 8 p.m., Jeffrey
Montgomery, the executive director of
the Triangle Foundation, will speak at
the Birmingham Temple on "The
Future of Gay Rights."
This forum is open to the public at
no charge.
The Triangle Foundation was found-
ed in 1991 as an advocacy group for les-
bian, gay, bisexual and transsexual
(LGBT) individuals and families. It has
its main offices in Detroit. Montgomery
was among Triangle's founders and has
been Triangle's executive director since
its foundation.
For information, contact Rabbi
Adam Chalom, (248) 477-1410.

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