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February 20, 2004 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-20

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BROOKDALE
THE HERITAGE

Of SOUTHFIELD

BBYO Focus
Sephardic Judaism

Fabulous, affordable, retirement
living in the Metro area

Jewish teens in grades nine through 12
are invited to B'nai Kith Youth
Organization's Jewish Heritage Night
Sunday, Feb. 29, from 6:45 to 8:30
p.m. at Keter Torah Synagogue.
The free program, titled "Connect
the Dots to Sephardic Judaism," will be
an interactive exploration of Sephardic
Jews with Rabbi Michael Cohen.
All Jewish high school students are
welcome. The program is underwritten
through a contribution from Noah
Wofsy, an AZA alumnus of Strauss
BBYO in Mt. Clemens who now lives
in Washington.
Contact the BBYO Chapter Service
Center at (248) 788-0700.

• Independent and Assisted Living
• One affordable monthly fee

• Spacious apartments
• Full service dining
• Housekeeping services

• Transportation

• Outings and/or events daily
• 24 hour concierge

For more information or
a personal tour, please call

248-727-2000

Shabbat Recipes ,
For Your Kitchen

Southfield, MI 48034

www.theheritage-southfield.com

Rebitzen Chaya Sarah Silberberg will
lead a three-part cooking series,
"Shabbat Delicacies: Quick and Elegant
Recipes for Your Shabbat Table," at Sara
Tugman Bais Chabad Torah Center,
5595 W. Maple. "Fishy Business" will
be Feb. 23; "Killer Kugels" will be
March 1; "Grand Finales" will be
March 8.
All programs will begin at 8 p.m.
Class participants will be able to sample
all recipes. Cost is $18 per session; $50

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

For the election of the Board of Directors will take place on
Thursday evening, March 11, 2004, at 8:00 p.m. at their
building, 26640 Greenfield Road, Oak Park, Michigan.
The following names have been placed in nomination:

** HILLEL ABRAMS

HENRY S. BAUM
MICHAEL BAUM
DAVID N. COHEN
PHILIP DANO
MILTON DUCHAN
BARRY EISENBERG
** MEREL EPSTEIN
SIDNEY FORDONSKI
SOL FRANKEL
EUGENE GOLDBERG
JEFFREY GOLDENBERG
SAM GRAY
ERIC GREENBAUM
ERNEST E. GREENFIELD
HAROLD GREENSPAN
MICHAEL HAVIS
SAMUEL P. HAVIS
JOSEPH HIRSCH
HENRY KROLL
PHILIP LANGWALD

MARTIN LEDERMAN
NORMAN LEVITIN
HAROLD LIPSITZ
BERNARD NATHANSON
JAY NOVETSKY
MELVILLE RICHMAN
ISRAEL I. ROCKOVE
DANIEL SCHWARTZ
ROBERT A. SCHWARTZ
JOEY SELESNY
AVIE SHAPIRO
SAMUEL J. SHOENIG
A.M. SILVERSTEIN.
** TZVI (STEVE) SILVERSTEIN
LAWRENCE SINGAL
** CHARLES SNOW
GARY H. TORGOW
LAWRENCE J. TRAISON
SAUL WEINGARDEN
GEORGE WEISS

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for all three. For reservations, call (248)
855-6170.

Other nominations can be made by a petition signed by 30
members in good standing, and presented to the president
at least three days before the meeting.

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JEWISH CONNECTOR

Lecture Topic: Teen
Substance Abuse

The Friendship Circle Counseling
Division offers support and friendship
to individuals recovering from substance
abuse, assisting them to reintegrate in a
healthy and fulfilling manner.
At 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, in the
Jewish Community Center in West
Bloomfield, the Friendship Circle
Counseling Division, with local Jewish
day schools, will host a lecture by Rabbi
Abraham J. Twerski: "Kids at Risk:
What Your Teens Know and You
Don't." A separate lecture for health
professionals will be the same day.
Rabbi Twerski, founder/medical
director emeritus of Gateway
Rehabilitation Center., is associate pro-
fessor of psychiatry at the University of
Pittsburgh School of Medicine
For information, call Rabbi Yisrael
Pinson, (248) 790-7878.

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