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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-08

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To Life!

Friday Night Live

Comedian Joel Chasnoff will entertain
at a musical Shabbat Service with a
catered dinner Friday, Sept. 9, at
Congregation Beth Shalom in Oak
Park.
The program is cosponsored by the
congregation, the Young Adult
Division of the Jewish Federation and
Hillel of Metro Detroit.
The evening begins with services at
5:45 p.m., dinner at 7:15, followed by
Chasnoff. He has been an opening act
for fellow comedians Jon Stewart,
Lewis Black of The Daily Show and
Gilbert Gottfried.
A charge of $18 covering dinner and
Chasnoff's show must be paid in
advance. RSVP by Sept. 8 to Alaine
Waldshan, (248) 203-1458 or wald-
shan@jfmd.org; or Karen Adelman,
(313) 577-3459 or
hillelpd@wayne.edu.

You can help. Here's how.

The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

is now collecting emergency funds for humanitarian

aid directed to the communities affected by
Hurricane Katrina.

The United Jewish Communities (UJC), is working with

local Jewish Federations and agencies in the affected

regions to assess damages and help coordinate relief
efforts. You can be assured that 100% of your
donation will go directly to the national UJC
Hurricane Katrina Disaster Relief Fund.

HMD Program Associate

To make your donation by phone call (248)205-2550,
or send a check payable to Jewish Federation of

Metropolitan Detroit, mailed to: Hurricane Katrina
Disaster Relief, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, P.O. Box 2030, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-
2030. You can also contribute directly online:
www.thisisfederation.org/relief.asp . Thank you.

This is Federation
www.thisisfederation.org

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•Satellite TV
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International
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For college age through 30-something.
Send information to ahitsky@thejewish-
news . com

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West Bloomfield • (248) 681-7200

Bloomfield Hills • (248) 335-3345

4276 Orchard Lake Rd. @ Lone Pine

43 I 83 Woodward Ave @ Square Lake

HILLEL METRO DETROIT
Sept. 15 Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Coffee
ceremony and drumming circle at the
Ethiopian Village, Shalom Street, West
Bloomfield JCC. Cost: $4. RSVP by
Tuesday, Sept. 13, to Dina Shkolnik,
(313) 577-3459 or
hillelpd@wayne.edu .

Quick Clean

31519 W. 13 Mile Rd.,Farmington Hills
13 Mile + Orchard Lake in Westbrooke Shopping Center

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Dina Shkolnik has been named pro-
gram associate at Hillel of Metro
Detroit. A native of
Ukraine, Shkolnik,
22, came to the
United States at age
6.
She lived in
Overland Park,
Kan., and is a grad-
uate of the
University of
Shkolnik
Missouri-Kansas
City. She will pur-
sue a master's in business administra-
tion at Wayne State University in
Detroit and a career in advertising.

Sept. 18 Sunday, 12-2:30 p.m. Oak
Park JCC. Dating and domestic vio-

• Dry Cleaning . . . .$2.25 (sweaters, pants, plain only)
• Men's Suit
$5 50
• Shirts on Hangers . . .99( (NO LIMIT) • Laundry Services Available

248-489-0953

1017880

The Scene

lence program: self-defense, listen to
survivor of domestic violence, create
tote bags of toiletries for a shelter.
Donations will be accepted for the
shelter. RSVP by Thursday, Sept.15,
to Karen Adelman, at (313) 577-3459
or hilleled@wayne.edu .

EMU HILLEL, Ypsilanti
Sept. 9 Friday, 6:30 p.m. Shabbat
service and 7:15 p.m. free BBQ dinner
at EMU Hillel. RSVP today to Tim
Andariese, (734) 482-0456 or
hillel@emich.edu

Sept. 11 Sunday, 7 p.m. First-year stu-
dents hang out at the Lake House.
Free ice cream. RSVP by Friday, Sept.
9, to Kourtney Spaulding, (248) 982-
1704 or kspauldi@emich.edu .

MSU HILLEL, East Lansing
Sept. 9 Friday, 6 p.m. Hawaiian
Shabbat service and 7 p.m. compli-
mentary dinner. RSVP by Sept. 8 to
marisa@msuhillel.org.

Sept. 10 Saturday, 1 p.m. Jewish
alumni tailgate party for MSU vs.
Hawaii football game. At the north-
east corner of Shaw and Red Cedars
roads, East Lansing. For information
and game tickets, call Cindy or
Jonathon, (517) 332-1916.

Sept. 13 Tuesday, 8 p.m. Jewish yoga
under the stars at MSU Beaumont
Tower. Yoga and Jewish mysticism.
Contact Lindsay, palinsky@msu.edu .

Sept. 15 Thursday, 7 p.m. Spartans
For Israel and MSU Hillel present
Remedy of the Wu Tang Clan. Free at
the Rock, across from the auditorium.
Contact Jennifer, bloomjel@msu.edu .

U-M HILLEL, Ann Arbor
Sept. 12 Shulchan Ivrit every Monday,
5 p.m. at Espresso Royale on State
Street. Practice Hebrew over coffee.
Contact Miriam Levine,
mtlevine@umich.edu .

Sept. 12`Monday, 7 p.m. at Hillel.
AMI kickoff BBQ for supporters of
Israel. Contact AMIinfo@umich.edu .

Sept. 14 Wednesday, 6 p.m. at Hillel.
AHAVA Taboo Party for persons con-
cerned about transgender, bisexual,
lesbian and gay Jewish issues.

Sept. 14 Wednesday, 11:30 p.m. First-
year students paint the rock.

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