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Young Couples' 1st Event

B'nai B'rith's David L. Bittker Unit for
young married couples will have its
inaugural event 7 p.m. Monday, July
25.
The group, in formation, will have
dinner at Tribute restaurant in Farm-
ington Hills. Cost is $60 per couple.
To RSVP or to be added to the
mailing list, call Steve Rotenberg,
(248) 661-5006; Terri Steam,
(248) 672-3207; or B'nai B'rith,
(248) 646-3100.

Nurses on duty 24 hours a day
Dementia care
Gourmet dining
Therapeutic recreation

Family support
Respite care
Hospice

Ages tf--7

Re-Plugged Again

Adat Shalom Synagogue will host its
second "Havdallah Re-Plugged" party
10 p.m. Saturday, July 9.
There is a $5 cover charge and a
cash bar. To RSVP, e-mail
jhancock@adatshalom.org . For infor-
mation, call Jessica Hancock,
(248) 851-5100.

Wrap yourself in the luxury services
and amenities that are expected.

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B'nai Moshe Tribute

Ages if-8

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A year ago, Israeli songwriter Naomi
Shemer died after suffering from can-
cer for a number of years.
Congregation B'nai Moshe's Kolel
Moshe Institute for Lifelong Jewish
Learning will present a tribute pro-
gram, taught by Cantor Earl B. Berris,
titled "The Cantor's Listening Room
— A Tribute to Naomi Shemer."
There is no charge; no reservations
are required.
The shiur will take place in the
chapel and will be offered in both an
evening and daytime format: 7 p.m.
Wednesday, July 13; 11 a.m.
Thursday, July 14.

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hey knew they had their work cut out for them
when Aaron and Jennifer Ellenbogen fell more in
love with the 1-acre backyard than the 1963 tri-level
that came with it.

"We bought the house for the land," says Jennifer. Then
they called Gittleman.
The kitchen was first on their to-do list but dropped quickly
to second when a flood forced a speedy reconditioning of
what is now an all-new playroom. "They came right over,
stripped the walls, the floors, took everything out" then
totally refinished everything, from floor to ceiling.
With one job done, the Ellenbogen's invited Gittleman to
move onto the kitchen to not only double its size but
embrace their fantastic view by installing a bank of
windows overlooking the land that first enticed them. All
new cabinetry, granite countertops, hardwood floors, a
cathedral ceiling and a center island make the renewed
heart of the home "the kitchen my husband has always
dreamed of, " says Jennifer, acknowledging the serious
cook in the family, Of course, she likes it, too.

Torah Center Events

Sara Tugman Bais Chabad Torah
Center will celebrate a "Summer Re-
Jew-venation" at Birchwood Inn in
Harbor Springs, Aug. 17-23. Call
-(586) 754-7771.
Kabbalah classes will be offered at
the Torah Center on Sunday mornings
throughout the summer. Rabbi
Silberberg teaches Kabbalah of prayer
(intermediate level) 10:30-11:30 a.m.;
Rabbi Sawilowsky teaches concepts in
Kabbalah (beginners level) 11:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. Call (248) 855-6170.
The first Tuesday lunch cri learn,
Torah Secrets for Women led by
Chaya Sarah Silberberg, will be held at
Milk and Honey on Tuesday, July 12,
at 12:30 p.m. The cost is $12. Call
(248) 661-6009.

Best yet, she noted, was the day-to-day compatibility of the Gittleman tradesmen who were on the job for nearly
5 months — except for a brief time out when Jennifer gave birth to Henry, now 6 months old.
"I felt so comfortable with them," she recalled. "They always let me know what they would be doing, if it might
wake my older son (Jacob, 21/2) from a nap." And, they always delivered what they promised, a job well done,
on time and within budget.
Gittleman will be back again soon, Jennifer added, the family room is next in the houseful of projects and that is
according to plan.
"We knew we were going to be redoing everything," she said.
Next time you know you've got a lot of projects...or maybe just a little one, rely on Gittleman to do what you
need, when you need it, in a manner you can live with.
JUST ASK THE ELLENBOGEN'S.

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GG CONSTRUCTION
inc

28580 ORCHARD LAKE RD., SUITE 102
FARMINGTON HILLS, MI 48334

248.538.5400

www.gittleman.net

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