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April 15 Thursday, 7 p.m. Hillel of
Metro Detroit Graduate and
Professional 21 + Israeli wine and
cheese event at Cafe de Marquis, 204
W. 5th St., Royal Oak. $8. Contact
Karen Adelman, (313) 577-3459 or
Hilleled@wayne.edu

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April 17 Saturday, 9:15 p.m.
Federation YAD "Sweet Sounds" for
young couples. Jazz of the Dave Pyrek
Be-Bop Trio and chocolate desserts.
Stonewood Trading Co., 13211
Northend, Oak Park. $36 per couple
(and pledge to Annual Campaign).
RSVP: Jon Goldstein, (248) 203-1471.

April 18 Sunday, 7 p.m. MSU Hillel
Jewish Art and Culture Week exhibit
of student work. Coffee and dessert
reception. East Lansing.

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Scouts Do Good Turns

Boy Scout Troop 364 participated in
the first National Synagogue Good
Turn Day on Sunday, March 28.
Scouts Zach Blumstein, Benjamin
Havis, Eric Lipshaw, Noah Newman,
David Solomon and Ian Zinderman
worked at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
disposing of winter debris adjacent to
the pond and creek and helping with
the beautification of the property.
Max Olender, visiting his grandpar-
ents in Florida, did his Good Turn
working at Congregation B'nai Torah
in Boca Raton.
For information-on Boy and Cub
Scouting in the Jewish community,
contact Allen Olender,
JewishScouters@aol.com or call
(248) 682-4824.

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Teens To Skate Saturday

Detroit Teen Connection will skate at
Bonaventure Family Skating in
Farmington Hills, 8:30-10:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 10. All Jewish seventh-
and eighth-graders are invited.
The cost, which includes rental of
roller skates or roller blades and adult
supervision, is $8 for members and
$12 for first-time guests. Due to
Passover, no refreshments are included.
Reservations must be made in
advance. Contact Jaclyn Zelkovitz,
(248) 788-0700 or
jaksmibbyo@juno.com

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