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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-07

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be Olshans4 Rafael Yehudah Polter and Tom Tannis enjoy time in the sukkah.
They reside at the American House of Southfield.

Joy In The Sukkah

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any residents who
live in a non-Jewish
care facility are able
to partake in Jewish
holiday and festival celebrations
thanks to the Jewish Home &
Aging Services Jewish
Community Chaplaincy
Program. This is the fifth year
residents have joined in a gala
sukkah celebration.
Residents traveled from their
respective facilities to Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield
and enjoyed refreshments, live
music and nostalgic Jewish cama-
raderie.

Learning Day
Features Author

Deborah E. Lipstadt, author of Denying

the Holocaust. The GrowingAssault on
Truth and Memoly will be keynote
speaker at the annual Women's Day of
Learning Arlene Victor Memorial
Lecture 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7, at the
Laker Center in West Bloomfield.
The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit, Federation's
Alliance for Jewish Education and

"This program rejuvenates the
residents and they return to their
facilities with Jewish spirit and
affirmation of their bond with
the Jewish community," says
Rabbi Dovid Polter, chaplain
with the Jewish Community
Chapiaincy Program.
This program reaches out to
Jewish older adults within the
Detroit area and in isolated areas.
It brings a sense of Yiddishkeit to
them and their families.
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper also
serves as chaplain along with
Shirley Jarcaig, program coordi-
nator.

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Cost is $18.
Professor Lipstadt recently won a libel
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Holocaust denier and right-wing
extremist. She is writing a book about
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Other workshops will be led by Rabbi
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