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April 14, 2005 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-04-14

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Prime Minister Sharon,
we support you and so do
the American people.

sors encourage their students to attend.
Bethany Schaer, a Huntington
Woods junior, is currently in her
fourth semester of Hebrew. She's been
attending Shulchan Ivrit since the
beginning of the semester.
"I go to Shulchan Ivrit because it
really helps to improve both my skills
and confidence level with Hebrew,
both inside and outside the class-
room," she said.
When searching for the right word,
students rely on one another, in addi-
tion to the occasional professor in
attendance.
Raya Samet of Oak Park has fin-
ished the Hebrew program at U-M
and went on to study for a year in
Israel. Samet attends Shulchan Ivrit to
"continue practicing and also to help
the beginning students out. I find
they really want to talk but they don't
have enough vocabulary. I find they
need advanced speakers to help out."
Shulchan Ivrit meets at 5 p.m.
Mondays and 5:30 Thursdays at
Espresso Royale on State Street in
Ann Arbor. For more information,
contact Miriam Levine at
mtlevine@umich.edu . ❑

"Israel's decision to withdraw
from Gaza is a bold step to move
the peace process forward."

agree

* ADIIMarrtila Communicutiom; Group National Poll
March 2005

CPR Training Offered

Federation's Shalom Baby will present
CPR Training for Family and Friends
Monday, May 16, from 7 to 9 p.m. at
the Max M. Fisher Federation
Building, 6735 Telegraph, Bloomfield
Township.
A non-certified training course
designed for parents, grandparents
and caregivers, the program is brought
to the community with the support of
Beaumont Friends and Family. The
cost of the program is $25 dollars per
person and includes dinner, a presen-
tation led by a licensed instructor and
a CPR training book.
Reservations and payment are
requested by May 9; call Lisa Soble
Siegmann, (248) 205-2534, or e-mail
her at siegmann@jfmd.org .
Shalom Baby is a program of the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit's Women's Campaign and
Education Department and Jewish
Experiences for Families. Event co-
chairs are Barbara Zaltz and Amy
Schlussel.

Americans recognize your commitment to peace

and the risks you are willing to take at this crucial time.

We salute your vision and your courage

as you work to build a safer Israel
and a more peaceful and democratic Middle East.

Barbara B. Balser

National Chair

L

Abraham H. Foxman

National Director

Anti-Defamation League®

Anti-Defamation League, 823 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017 wvvw.adl.org

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