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December 03, 2004 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-12-03

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Digest

Shiur Opens Series

Congregation B'nai Moshe's Kolel
Moshe Institute for Lifelong Jewish
Learning will sponsor the second in
its new series of Sunday brunch and
learn sessions Sunday, Dec. 12. The
session will feature a shiur by Rabbi
Jason Miller, assistant director of
University of Michigan Hillel
Foundation, Ann Arbor. The topic
will be "The Joseph Story: Setting
the Stage for the Development of the
Jewish People." The program is open
to the public.
A light brunch will start at 11
a.m. with the shiur to follow at
noon.
The charge is $18. For the shiur
only, the charge is $10.
Advance reservations are required
for the brunch. Those who come just
for the shiur may pay at the door; no
reservations required.

Student Design Wins

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&HER
DESIGNER
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ORIGINAL PRICES

GOING ON NOW

Natalie Siegel, a first-grader, is the
grand prize winner of the Temple
Israel Bookmark Contest. Her
design, featuring the Torah and the
dove of peace, was selected by a
panel of judges from 600 entries sub-
mitted by Temple Israel Early
Childhood Center and Tyner
Religious School students.
Siegel will receive a $25 gift cer-
tificate to the eighth annual Temple
Israel Book Fair, Dec. 5-9, and her
bookmark will be reproduced and
distributed.
Grade level winners and honorable
mentions were awarded to the fol-
lowing students: Bryan Aaron, Peri
Applefield, Madison Bennett, Katie
Bick, Emily Brasch, Erica Broder,
Chad Coffman, Rebecca Ellenstein,
Ashley Ellentuck, Gabrielle Fantich,
Ryan Feldman, Julia Ferrel, Ashley
Fraiberg, Emily Furstenberg, Marlee
Goldstein, Alexandra Grant, Rachel
Gringlas, Sam Gringlas, Cameron
Kay, Danielle Kay, Elizabeth Larky-
Savin, Alex Osten, Samantha Pesick,
Ashley Sakwa, Adam Silberg,
Brandon Wallace, Joseph Warren,
and Taylor Yendick.

Correction

The name of Mark Segel was mis-
spelled in the item about his involve-
ment with the Walsh College Family
Business Center (Nov. 26, page 38).

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