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For college age through 30-something.
Send information to
The Federation Young Adult Division
Couples Committee host a martini
party at the Pleasant Ridge headquar-
ters of ePrize, 8 p.m Saturday, Jan. 21.
Cost is $20 per couple in advance or
$30 per couple at the door. For infor-
call Jennifer Noparstak
Federation's Young Adult Division will
have a family Super Bowl ice skating
party at Campus Martius in Detroit 2-
6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29.
- Skate rental is $5 per adult, $10 per
famil)i. For information, call Jennifer
Noparstak, (248) 203-1460 .
HILLEL Metro Detroit
Jan. 24 Tuesday, 7-10 p.m.
"Havanargilla" at Cafe De Mariquis,
204 West Fifth St., Royal Oak. Cost: $5.
Smoke nargilla, eat Israeli-style food
and learn to belly dance. RSVP by
Monday, Jan. 23, to Ari,
Chaim@wayne.edu or (313) 577-3459.
EMU HILLEL, Ypsilanti
Jan. 22 Sunday, 1-3p.m. Free Sunday
brunch at Walton Putnam Main
Lounge for first-year students of
Hillel. RSVP by Friday, Jan. 20, to
Kourtney Spaulding, (734) 482-
Jan. 24 Tuesday, 7 p.m..Nargila smok-
ing and nosh. RSVP: Joey Elrom. (734)
482-0456 or email@example.com .
We believe that there's a need for a real community bank in
Our mission is to develop and
maintain banking relationships
with customers who truly value
Oakland County - a bank where the directors, shareholders and
employees all live in same area as our customers. We've created
a bank where customers can come at any time and talk face
to face with the people who make decisions, not get forwarded
to bureaucratic loan committees in remote locations.
Jan. 26 Thursday, 1 p.m. How to apply
to education school. Free lunch. RSVP
by Jan. 24 to Nate Bankirer, (734) 482-
0456 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Jan. 27 Friday. Shabbat services, 6:30
p.m., Make Bubbie Proud dinner, 7:15
p.m. Free. RSVP by Wednesday, Jan.
25, to Scott Fishel, (734) 482-0456 or
MSU HILLEL, E. Lansing
Jan. 21 Saturday at MSU Hillel. Koach
Shabbaton with guest Rabbi Jonathan
Jan. 21 Saturday, 6 p.m. Kesher
Havdalah Service at Case Hall.
Jan. 22 Sunday, 1-3 p.m. Free brunch
and resume writing session sponsored
by B'nai B'rith.
31780 Te:egraph Rd
Bingham Forcm.,. //
phone 248.-645-8888 866-353-BANK
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fax 248 530 287 9
Jan. 23 Monday, 8:30 p.m. Poker
Night. $10 buy-in, $2 fee. Prizes.
Jan. 25 Wednesday, 8 p.m. "S'mores
and a Movie."
Jan. 27 Friday Shabbat services 6
p.m., complimentary dinner 7 p.m.
-RSVP: Marisa@msuhillel.org by
Wednesday, Jan. 25.
Adat Shalom Synagogue will offer a
four-part series of interactive, informal
recently (up to 5
and Rabbi Rachel
Shere will meet
with couples at
6:30 p.m. on
1, 8, 15 and 22.
for marriage, and
those facing Mari-
There is a $36/couple fee for the
series. Contact Eliana Loomer, (248)
851-5100, ext. 231, or
email@example.com . •
Learn On Shabbat .
Allan Gale, associate director of the
Jewish Community Council of "
Metropolitan Detroit, will become a reg-
ular "Stay and Learn on Shabbat"
instructor for Congregation B'nai
Moshe's Kolel Moshe-Institute for
Lifelong Jewish Learning.
Gale will teach a session on the first
Shabbat of every month. His topics will
include modern Israeli politics and cul-
ture, current challenges. facing diaspora
and American Jewry. His Feb. 4 topic
will be "Arabs and Jews in the Holy
Land: Did the Two Communities Ever
Regular instructors (each teaching
one session a month) will include Rabbi
Elliot Pachter and Marc J. Sussman.
Kollel Moshe's "Stay and Learn on
Shabbat" is offered weekly. One-hour
sessions are held following Kiddush,
about 12:30 p.m. Contact Nancy
Kaplan, (248) 737-1931, or