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B'rith Youth Organization co-
sponsor Community Fun Festival
with food and games 11 a.m.-3
p.m. No charge. Heritage Park,
Farmington Hills. (248) 788-0700.

Welcome Spring With MOSAIC
Mosaic Outdoor Club of
Michigan gathers at Island Lake

State Park 11:30 a.m. for hiking,
canoeing, volleyball, kayaking, bik-
ing, rollerblading, board games
and barbeque. (734) 883-9522.

Jewish Bus Tour

Adele Staller, docent, Jewish
Historical Society, leads Jewish
bus tour for Young Israel of
Southfield 1-4:30 p.m. Light
refreshments. $18 person, $32
couple. (248) 358-0154.

Family Fiesta
Yad Ezra hosts Allegra, Latin salsa

band, food by Unique Restaurant
Corp., opportunity to sort and box
food, magicians, clowns, pinatas,
face painting. $36 adults, $18 chil-
dren, $100 family. 2850 W. 11 Mile
Rd., Berkley. RSVP: (248) 548-
3663.

Bear Fair
Carnival includes games, sporting
events, petting zoo, giant sand
box, inflatables, entertainment food
and benefits the Bear Hug
Foundation. Oakland Yard
Athletics, 5328 Highland Rd.,
Waterford. (248) 594-7000.

Upcoming Events

Women's Campaign

Workshop Aids Care gi vers
.„ Taking the Next Ste p, a wor ho
(sp t o
help individuals caring for a loved one
with memory loss, is slated 6:30-9 p.m.
Thursday, May 13, at the Max Fisher
Federation Building, 6735 Telegraph
Road, Bloomfield Township.
The workshop is free of charge and
will provide information and resources
for people caring for someone with
S Alzheimer's disease or related disorders.
• Four workshop sessions will focus on:
• when it is time to move; legal and
financial concerns; day care and other
• respite options; and support for care-
givers.
Beth Spencer, of the Madonna
A University Gerontology Department in
Livonia, will be the event's featured
speaker. Other presenters include attor-
ney Mark Accetura and staff from the
Dorothy and Peter Brown Jewish
Community Adult Day Care Program
(Brown Center) and Alzheimer's
Association.
Additional information will be pro-
vided through exhibits by healthcare
and resource providers; complimentary
handouts; and a variety of books, which
will be available to purchase.
To make a reservation for the work-
shop or for information on respite serv-
ices, contact Barbara Adler, badler@jvs-
det.org or (248) 233-4000.
The caregiver workshop is sponsored
I by the Alzheimer's Association-Greater
Michigan Chapter and the Dorothy and
Peter Brown Jewish Community Adult
uw Day Care Program, a nonsectarian pro-
gram sponsored by two nonprofit
organizations: . Jewish Home & Aging
11 Services (JHAS) and JVS (formerly
Jewish Vocational Service).

Sinai Promotes Giving
George Cantor, author and colum-
nist, speaks at annual meeting and
; During the past four years, the Sinai
breakfast of the Women's
Guild has restructured its mission to
Campaign and Education
focus
on medical grant awards and
Department, Jewish Federation
,
fund-raising,
in addition to volun-
of Metropolitan Detroit 9:30 a.m.-
teerism.
noon Tuesday, May 25. $25. West
Affiliated with the Detroit
Bloomfield JCC. RSVP by May 17:
Medical
Center, the organization
(248) 642-4260.
has provided assistance for high-tech
medical equipment and life-saving
Volunteers Needed
devices such as defibrillators for syn-
agogues and temples, heart monitor-
Kadima needs volunteers to
ing devices, toys for ill children,
help with outdoor spring clean-
handicap-accessible vans and trib-
ing, gardening and planting.
utes.
Janette Shallal (248) 559-8235.
In the last two years, the organiza-
tion has donated more than
$500,000 to medical programs in
the metropolitan Detroit area.
For information about the Sinai
Guild, call executive director Sandra
Jaffa, (248) 538-6501.

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