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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-03-03

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Lunch Topic: Maimonides

Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz and Rabbi
Rachel Shere will present a lunch-and-
learn series on "Maimonides and the
Book of Knowledge" at Adat Shalom
Synagogue on Thursdays, March 3, 10
and 17.
In the series, attendees will learn
how to live a balanced, value-filled life,
with suggestions from Maimonides's
The Book of Knowledge. Classes will
run noon-1:30 p.m. Charge is $10 per
session, which includes lunch. For
reservations the Thursday before each
session: 248-851-5100, ext. 246.

Purim Mime Show Slated

Congregations Sara Tugman Bais
Chabad Torah Center, Ohel Moed and
Keter Torah and Kollel Torah MiTzion
are presenting a Purim mime show
called "Mehamegilla Nagilla" at 7:15
p.m. Tuesday, March 8, at Ohel Moed.
Children of all ages are invited.
Admission is $5.
The mime show, performed by Ofer
Goren, is based on the story of Purim
and presented in a novel theatrical
manner. The audience participates as
characters in the performance.
The presentation is a project of
Fathers and Sons and Mothers and
Daughters Learning, a weekly parent-
child learning program of the three
congregations run by Rabbi Assi
Tzobel of Kollel Torah Mitzion.
For information, call Rabbi Tzobel,
(248) 737-4038.

Minister Visits Beth El

Dr. William A. Ritter will be guest
speaker at 7:30 p.m. Shabbat services
Friday, March 11, at Temple Beth El.
He will speak on "What Have You
Done for Me Lately?"
Senior Minister of First United
Methodist Church in Birmingham,
Dr. Ritter is a Detroit native and a
graduate of Albion College and Yale
Divinity School. He has been a United
Methodist minister for 40 years and is
currently serving in his 11th year as
senior minister at the church.
The service is open to the commu-

Daddy-Daughter Dance

The Men's Club of Adat Shalom
Synagogue will hold its first-ever
"Daddy-Daughter Dinner-Dance" 5-7
p.m. Sunday, March 6. Daughters ages
3-15, dads and granddads are invited.
The evening includes dancing, pizza

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Chabad Birthday Bash

The Chabad of Commerce Women's
Chavurah will be having a Birthday
Bash 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 9,
to discuss the spiritual significance of
one's Jewish birthday.
Each woman will create a mini-
scrapbook to bring along. Cost: $6.
Sponsor: $36. For reservations and
directions, call Estie at (248) 363-3644
or e-mail Chabad@go.com

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Woman Talks On Modesty

When Gila Manolson started studying
the Jewish laws of modesty at age 22,
she was blown away by the idea that
trading her jeans and tank top for a long
skirt and long sleeves could elevate her
spiritually. But the change was so trans-
formative, that Manolson, now a mother
of seven who lives in Jerusalem, was
Today, she speaks and teaches women
about this topic and others, including
Jewish dating. Her two books, one
about dating, another about modesty,
have taken the Orthodox Jewish world
by storm, and now she is poised to
release a second expanded edition of her
modesty book, Outside/Inside,.
Manolson will appear at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 13, at Young Israel of
Oak Park for a women-only talk,
"Inside, Outside, Upside Down: The
Challenge of the Jewish Woman in
Relationship to Community, Family and
The program is sponsored by Young
Israel of Southfield, Ezrat Nashim of
Young Israel of Oak Park, Yeshivat Akiva
PTA, National Council of Synagogue
Youth, Elite Kosher Catering, Howard
and Michal Korman in memory of
Amiel Galazan, Elaine and Richard
Kahn, Stuart and Dr. Janet Snider,
Lynne and Avy Schreiber, Miriam and
Chaim Stocker in memory of their
grandparents and Drs. Mintzi and Gene
In her book, Manolson, a graduate of
Yale, admits that tzniut, or modesty,
may not be a panacea for all our trou-
bles, but it's key in turning things
around." The program will explore the
intellectual side to this concept.
Cost $10 per person, $5 for students.
There will be a refreshment afterglow.
RSVP to Lynne Schreiber: (248) 443-




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