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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-15

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For college age through 30-something.
Send information to
ahitsky@thejewishnews.com

HILLEL OF METRO
DETROIT

Sept. 18 Sunday, 2:30 p.m. "When
Push Comes to Shove" dating and
domestic violence program at Oak
Park JCC. Self-defense, a talk by a
survivor of domestic violence, cre-
ation of tote bags of toiletries for
residents of a domestic violence shel-
ter. Cost: bring toiletries to donate.
RSVP by Thursday, Sept. 15 to
Karen Adelman, (313) 577-3459 or
hilleled@wayne.edu .

EMU HILLEL, Ypsilanti

Sept. 18 Sunday, 5:30 p.m. First
Year Students of Hillel dinner for
South Complex residents at Oodles
of Noodles, 1020 Trowbridge. For a
ride or directions, contact Marisa
Saltzman, marisa@msuhillel.org .

Sept. 18 Sunday, 3:30 p.m. Hillel
Football and Powder Puff tryouts at
Valley Court Field, behind
Crunchie's. For information and a
ride, contact Marisa Saltzman,
marisa@msuhillel.org.

6 months

$500 Minimum

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Sept. 20 Tuesday 8 p.m.
Humanistic Havurah mass meeting
at Hillel. Information:
rosedeb@umich.edu.

Selichot For Singles

Sept. 18 Sunday, 12-3 p.m. Free
Sunday brunch, sponsored by SDT
and Sammi's. RSVP by September
16 to Marisa Saltzman,
marisa@msuhillel.org.

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U-M HILLEL, Ann Arbor

Sept. 23 Friday, 6:30 p.m. "Shabbat
Dinner & Services in a Can at
EMU Hillel. Cost: $5 or $1 off for
each non-perishable food item
donated for Food gatherers of Ann
Arbor. RSVP by Wednesday, Sept.
21, Tim Andariese, (734) 482-0456
or hillel@emich.edu .

Sept. 17 Saturday, 8 p.m. Havdalah
Bash and first LBGT dance at
MSU Hillel. Contact Mara at
deutchma@msu.edu.

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Rates You're Looking For

Sept. 25 Sunday, 6:30 p.m. Leo's
Coney Island food at MSU Hillel.
Cost: $3. RSVP by Sept. 22 to
Marisa Saltzman,
marisa@msuhillel.org

Sept. 22 Thursday. Israel Carnival
on the Diag. Information:
naomilk@umich.edu.

MSU HILLEL, East Lansing

Certificate of Deposit

Sept. 21 Wednesday, 7 p.m. Chinese
food and Sex and the City reruns at
MSU. Contact Samantha,
dresser 1 @msu. edu .

Sept. 22 Thursday, 6 p.m. Jewish
education students free dinner at
room 301 Porter. RSVP by Tuesday
to Nate Bankirer , (734) 482-0456
or nbankire@emich.edu .

Sept. 16 Friday, 6 p.m. Shabbat
services, 7 p.m. complimentary
Shabbat dinner weekly. RSVP by the
Wednesday before: Marisa Saltzman,
marisa@rnsuhillel.org .

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Let us lend a hand

Temple Israel will host a Selichot
reception for singles in their 20s to
40s at 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24.
The musical program will feature
the Klezmer group Gemini fol-
lowed by a dessert reception.
Everyone is invited to stay for
Selichot services following the
reception to start the High Holiday
season.
To RSVP, call Beth, (248) 661-
5700.

Foot Stornpin' Concert

Jewish signer Shira Kline will per-
form 4-5:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25,
at Temple Beth El.
The family concert is sponsored
by Shalom Baby and YAD Parents
and Kids, with support from the
Rose and Nathan Milstein
Foundation and the DeRoy
Testamentary Foundation.
The concert is described as a "foot
stompin', dance-around experience
for the entire family.
Cost is $5 per person or $18 per
immediate family. Babies to 1 year
of age are free. Tickets are available
at the door.

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