Sisterhood Hosts Luncheon
The Temple Beth El Sisterhood donor
luncheon will be Thursday, May 13, at
the temple. The event will feature
boutique shopping 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,
a brunch, a fashion presentation and a
tribute to Renda Hertz at 11:30 a.m.
The widow of Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz, Renda has been actively
involved in sisterhood and other tem-
ple committees. She also devotes many
hours to visiting members in hospitals
and residential facilities.
Her interest in health care needs led
to the establishment of the Rabbi
Richard C. and Renda Hertz Gift of Life
Fund at the temple, which assists congre-
gants facing long-term medical problems.
For luncheon reservations or infor-
mation, call the sisterhood, (248) 851-
1100, ext. 3135.
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Adat Shalom Synagogue will hold a heal-
ing service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 11.
The service is designed for those who
long for a greater sense of spirituality or
have concerns related to grief, physical
or emotional illness or change. The
service will be led by Rabbi Herbert
Yoskowitz and Cantor Howard Glantz;
others are planned throughout the year.
Temple Emanu-El and Second Baptist
Church will participate in a weekend
of events May 15-16 commemorating
the 50th anniversary of the Supreme
Court decision on "Brown vs. Board
Events will include presentations on
the "Face of Racism 50 Years Ago" and
"The Face of Racism Today" as well as
discussions on the struggles that occurred
in this country in the 1950s and how the
struggle has changed in the past 50 years.
Discussions will be led by Elaine
Driker, Phyliss Vroom, Judge Cynthia
Stevens, William Washington,
Norman McRae, Donald O'Neil and
State Sen. Buzz Thomas III, D-
Detroit, will discuss redlining. Rev.
Wendell Anthony and Nancy Quarles
will lead a discussion on "Partnerships
Then and Now: What Has Happened
To Our Traditional Alliance."
Highlight of the weekend will be a
free concert by blues and folk singers
Robert Jones and Matt Watroba 7
p.m. Saturday, May 15, at Temple
Emanu-El. The concert is titled
"Songs of the Underground Railroad."
For times and places of the presenta-
tions, call the temple, (248) 967-4020.
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