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October 17, 2003 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-17

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Why is it so difficult to bring up the idea
of a senior community?

In a word, dignity How do you tell your mom (or dad, or aunt, or grandparent)
that you think it might be time for them to move into a senior living community?
Will they be insulted, will they "resent me," or will you just feel guilty?

At Sunrise Senior Living, preserving dignity is one of our Principles of Service.
It's what has driven us for over 20 years. Today, Sunrise provides a broad range of
lifestyle, service and care options designed to give both seniors and their families
choices, allowing seniors to live life on their terms.

Young Israel Slates

Young Israel of Southfield will present
author and lecturer Rabbi Pesach Krohn
the weekend of Nov. 14-15.
Rabbi Krohn is a fifth-generation
mohel. His topics for the weekend will
be directed toward family and marriage.
For reservations, call (248) 358-
0154. There will be a charge for the

Whether you're thinking about our Assisted Living or our Alzheimer's care
program, Sunrise can help you find the life that best suits the needs of your
senior. We could even help you feel better about bringing the subject up.
Visit or call today to find out more about how we preserve dignity.

Select suites starting at $90.00 per day
through December 15, 2003*

Shabbat dinner.

*Limited time offer. Applies to select suiteS. Othet restrictions may apply.

Torah Center
Programs Set


Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor
Farmington Hills
West Bloomfield

Sunrise of Ann Arbor
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Sunrise of Clarkston
Sunrise at North Farmington Hills
Sunrise of Northville
Brighton Gardens of Northville
Sunrise of Rochester
Sunrise of Troy
Sunrise of West Bloomfield


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1901 Plymouth Road
5700 Water Tower Place
29681 Middlebelt Road
16100 Haggerty Road
15870 Haggerty Road
500 East University Drive
6870 Crooks Road
7005 Pontiac Trail

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Assisted Living, Alzheimer's Care

The Sara Tugman Bais Chabad Torah
Center will sponsor a Bais Medrash
evening program for men 8-9 p.m.
starting Thursday, Oct. 23. The classes,

conducted by members of Kollel Torah
MiTzion, will be held at the Torah
Center, 5595 Maple Road.
The Tuesday Ladies Bais Medrash
program will resume Oct. 28. One-on-
one study will be offered in addition to
studies in 20th century Jewish history,
taught by Sharone Tzobel; in-depth
chumash taught by Chaya Sarah
Silberberg; and laws of Shabbat taught
by Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg.
For more information on lasses, call
the Torah Center, (248) 855-6170.

Sisterhood Plans
Member Dinner

including these ANN ARBOR locations


• Bagel Factory and Deli - S. University • Barnes and Noble - Washtenaw Ave.
• Barry's Bagels - Jackson Ave.
• Borders Books - Liberty Street, Downtown,Washtenaw Ave.
• Nicola's Little Professor Books - Jackson Ave.
• Zingerman's - Detroit Street • YBS Famous Deli - Washtenaw Ave.


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The Congregation Beth Shalom
Sisterhood will hold its annual member-
ship dinner featuring Corinne Stavish,
storyteller, 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 29.
Stavish will present
"Hussies, Harlots and
Heroines: Shady
Ladies of the Bible."
Beth Shalom
Sisterhood selected
Alicia Nelson to be
this year's honoree for
the Woman of
Achievement, sponsored by the
Michigan Branch of Women's League
for Conservative Judaism. Nelson
oraanized the first Women's Seder in the
community seven years ago and contin-
ues as its chair. She also is a regular par-
ticipant in sisterhood Shabbat.
Judie Blumeno, Michigan Branch
president, will present three Todah
Rabah Certificates to volunteers who
are valued members of sisterhood.
For four weeks, the sisterhood will
sell Sea of Life products, beginning at

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