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September 08, 2005 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-08

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TEMPLE ISRAEL UPCOMING EVENTS

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SISTERHOOD
LUNCHEON

"HUGS" DIVORCE
SUPPORT KICK-OFF

"MORE THAN
MANISHEWITZ"

"DADDY & ME"
WITH DAVID

September 12, 2005 • Noon

September 15, 2005 • 7 PM

September 15, 2005 • 7 PM

September 15, 2005 • 6:30 PM

Temple Israel

Temple Israel

Napa Marketplace in Commerce Twp.

Temple Israel

Nourish your body, mind and soul as we start

The Robert Sosnick Family Life Center's new

another great year! Our opening program

divorce support program for children and

Young adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s are

Designed for dads and their children (ages

includes a variety of nutritional tips and tricks

their parents begins with a panel discussion

welcome to join Rabbi Tisdale as we explore

2-4), this six-session class includes music, art

for women of all ages! This event is free to

entitled:"Getting It Right: Supporting Children

the connection between Judaism and wine.

and visits from "Sammy the Saxophone"

paid members; there is a cost for guests.

and Parents Through the Process of Divorce."

Space is limited; there is a cost.

and his woodwind family! There is a cost.

For more information or to RSVP,

For more information or to join the group,

For more information and to RSVP,

For more information or to RSVP, please contact

please contact Cherie at

248-626-5426.

please contact Elaine at

248 661 5700.

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please contact Beth at

248 661 5725.

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the Early Childhood Center at

248 661 5750.

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BROTHERHOOD
BREAKFAST

JYFTI BOWLING
& PIZZA

SELICHOT SERVICES
UNDER THE STARS

8TH ANNUAL
KEVER AVOT

September 18, 2005 • 9:30 AM

September 18, 2005 • 12:30 PM

September 24, 2005 • 9 PM

September 25, 2005. • 8:30 AM

Temple Israel

Langans Norwest Lanes

Temple Israel

Temple Israel

Join us to rejoice, reflect and renew!

Our opening breakfast features Steve Wilson,

The Robert Sosnick Family Life Center, with

investigative reporter from Channel 7.

Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students are invited

Our evening begins with a musical program

the Ira Kaufman Chapel, will assist older

This event is free for paid members;

to join us for pizza, bowling and fun!

featuring the klezmer band Gemini at 9 PM,

adults in the community who wish to visit the

there is a cost for guests.

There is a cost.

followed by a dessert reception and services.

gravesites of their loved ones.

For more information and to RSVP,

please contact Joyce at

248 661 5700.

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For more information or to RSVP,

please contact Linda at

248 661 5700.

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For more information,
248 661 5700.

please contact Temple Israel at

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For more information or to volunteer,

contact Elaine at

248 661 5700.

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TEMPLE ISRAEL • 5725 WALNUT LAKE ROAD • WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI
248-66i-570o • WWW.TEMPLE-ISRAEL.ORG

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