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October 20, 2005 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-10-20

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DIGEST

'Golda' At Fisher

The Cultural Commission of
Congregation Beth Shalom will
sponsor a theater party to Detroit's
Fisher Theater to see Golda's
Balcony, a one-woman show about
Golda Meir starring Valerie Harper
Sunday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m.
A limited number of balcony
seats are available through Beth
Shalom at $34.25 — a discount
from the regular $42 price. Tickets
must be prepaid. All reservations,
with payment, must be received in
the synagogue office by Oct. 28.
For information, call Beth
Shalom, (248) 547-7970.

Brunch Tribute

Harold and Barbara Beznos were
honored at the tribute Brunch at
Franklin Hill Country Club
Sunday, Sept. 25, in anticipation at
the upcoming 72nd Balfour
Celebration Concert of the Zionist
Organization of America Sunday
evening, Nov. 6, at the Millennium
Theater in Southfield. The brunch
was sponsored by the ZOA.
The Zionist Organization of
America honored the couple with
the Justice Louis D. Brandeis
Award, given to persons who
demonstrate service to Israel, the

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Orley Family Building in West
Bloomfield, 6555 W Maple. The
next Options for Adoption meeting
will take place Thursday, Oct. 20.
Alliance for Adoption is a division
of Jewish Family Service of
Metropolitan Detroit, offering
home studies for domestic and
international adoption; child
placement; pregnancy, infertility
and post-placement counseling;
and searches/reunions.
Alliance for Adoption is always
accepting profiles of pre-adoptive
parents interested in domestic
adoption, including home studies,
"dear birth-parent" letters, and
photographs. Call Anna Donovan
at Alliance for Adoption, (248)
592-2343, for information.

Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005 at 7:30 p.m.
6800 Drake Road • West Bloomfield

Tables up to 10 compete
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Focus: Cuban Jews

Wayne State University's Center for
Peace and Conflict Studies togeth-
er with WSU's Center for Chicano-
Boricua Studies and the WSU
Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic
Studies will host a discussion on
the Jewish experience in Cuba with
historian Maritza Corrales 4:30
p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20. "Jews in
Cuba" takea place in the Commu-
nity Room on the third floor of the
WSU Undergraduate Library at
Parking is available in structures
2 and 5, and is $3.50 — bring
exact change. RSVP: Kris Yurgin
Cummings, (313) 577-8270.

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For further information or to reserve your spac,
please call Congregation B'nai Moshe at 248-748-

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Message To Media

Harold and Barbara Beznos

Jewish people and the community.
Balfour Concert tickets start at
$50; inclusion in the program
book begins at $70. Contribution
to the Balfour Concert should be
mailed to the Zionist Organization
of America, 6735 Telegraph, Suite
350, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301.
Call (248) 282-0088.

Adoption Seminar

Alliance for Adoption hosts com-
munity-wide information semi-
nars, for people interested in inter-
national or domestic adoption, the
third Thursday of each month, 7-9
p.m. at the Jewish Family Service

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October 20 2005

Presenting Israel's case to the
media will be the topic of a 7:45
a.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, breakfast
workshop featuring Allan Gale,
associate director of the Jewish
Community Council, at the Max
M. Fisher Federation Building in
Bloomfield Township.
During the hourlong program,
Gale will discuss his experience on
how to communicate Israel's posi-
tion to the media, how to connect
with an audience, present a cogent
argument and provide persuasive
sound-bites.
The workshop is part of
Advocates for Israel ...A Metro
Detroit Media Response Team, co-
sponsored by Council, the
American Jewish Committee and
the Anti-Defamation League.
For required reservations, con-
tact the AJCommittee, (248) 646-
7686 or detroit@ajc.org .

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