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Health and Happiness
in the Coming Year
At The Trowbridge senior retirement community, we offer the full range
of high-quality services that you have come to expect, including:
• Gourmet Dining, including
• Weekly Housekeeping/Linen Service
• More than 200 Monthly Activities
• Personal Care Assistance
• Chauffeured Transportation
In addition, The Trowbridge and Providence Hospital offers:
• On-site Full-time Physician
• Full-time Nursing Staff
• On-site Podiatrist
• On-site Rehabilitation Center
Call (248) 352-0208 for a personal tour and additional information
Congregation Beth Shalom
Cultural Commission's all-you-
can-eat buffet at 6:30 p.m. with
musical entertainment by Jennifer
and Sid Zack. $24 adults, $12 chil-
dren, no charge children 3 and
under. RSVP by Dec. 22: (248)
Family Movie Night
The Men's Club of Adat Shalom
sponsors a community showing of
Finding Nemo with popcorn and
drinks at 7:30 p.m. No charge.
RSVP by Dec. 22: (248) 851-5100.
Jewish Singles Network 35+
hosts 8 p.m. dance. Birmingham
Temple. Marji: (248) 544-1203.
Feed the needy on Christmas Day
2 p.m. with Mosaic Outdoor Club
of Michigan. Ahuva Newman (248)
557-2739, Eli Avny (734) 883-9522.
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Jewish Home and Aging
Services — (248) 661-2999.
Jewish Community Chaplaincy
Program — one-three hours
monthly. Friendly visitors, religious
service leaders, program organiz-
ers, entertainers for reminiscence
group for Jewish residents of non-
Jewish care facilities. Shirley
Jarcaig, ext. 300.
JHAS Guardianship Program —
one-two hours monthly. Visit and
monitor the care of Guardianship
clients in various residential set-
tings. Shirley Jarcaig, ext. 300.
• Fleischman Residence-
Blumberg Plaza — Trip escorts,
challah bakers, entertainment
hosts, movie night hosts, craft
leaders, performers and social
dancers. Hosts needed for New
Year's Eve party, Dec. 31, 1-3 p.m.
• Nosh Nook — three hours
weekly. Take orders, make
change, pick up orders from the
kitchen, prepare sandwiches, cof-
fee. Opportunities also available at
Marvin and Betty Danto Health
Care Center, West Bloomfield, and
Menorah House, Southfield. Lori