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Open House For Melton
Those who want to know more about
the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School,
are invited to attend a free Taste of
Melton informational session. Meetings
will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 8,
from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Max M. Fisher
Federation Building, 6735 Telegraph
Road, Bloomfield Township, and
Wednesday, Aug. 9, from 9:30-11 a.m.
at the Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield.
Rabbi Michele Faudem will teach a
sample class on Tuesday evening and
Dr. Mitch Parker will conduct a class on
Wednesday morning. Florence Melton
Adult Mini-School Director Judy Loebl
will be available at both sessions to
answer questions.
The Florence Melton Adult Mini-
School offers the Jewish community
in-depth classes geared to adults of all
ages, from all backgrounds. The mini-
school provides a comprehensive cur-
riculum that will challenge and inspire
students as they learn from top edu-
cators about Jewish heritage, history
and culture in a non-denominational
environment.
The program takes two years to
complete; and classes meet once a week
for 30 weeks, from September through
the beginning of June. The curriculum
was created by a team of scholars and
educators at the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem. There are no grades or
exams, and no prerequisite knowledge
is required. The school is open to any
member of the Jewish community.
First-year classes will be beginning
in September on Tuesday evenings at
the Max M. Fisher Federation Building
in Bloomfield Township; Wednesday
mornings at the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield; and, new
this year, Thursday evenings at the
Jewish Community Center in Oak
Park.
There is also a program designed
especially for parents of children,
toddler through elementary school.
The Melton PEP (Parent Education
Program) provides parents the oppor-
tunity to strengthen their own under-
standing of Judaism so that they in
turn may answer their children's ques-
tions and nurture their growing Jewish
identity. First-year PEP classes meet at
Adat Shalom Synagogue on Monday
mornings.
The Florence Melton Adult Mini-
School is sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit's
Alliance for Jewish Education and the
Jewish Community Center. For infor-
mation, or reservations for Taste of

Melton, call Marion Bronstein at (248)
642-4260 x 372 or write
Bronstein@jfmd.org .

Remembrance Event Set
The David-Horodoker Organization
will host a program honoring the
memories of family and friends who
perished in the Holocaust. The pro-
gram will be held Thursday, Aug. 10, at
7:30 p.m. at the Holocaust Memorial
Center, 28123 Orchard Lake Road,
Farmington Hills.
The David-Horodoker Organization
in Israel has proclaimed the 17th day of
Av as Remembrance Day. On that day
all the landsleit (fellow countrymen)
of David-Horodok should gather and
light a candle in remembrance of those
who perished at the hands of the Nazis
in 1941 and 1942. The Yizkor prayers
will be said in memory of the men of
David-Horodok who were marched
into the woods and shot on Aug. 10,
1941. A year later, the women and chil-
dren were marched to the same spot
and joined the men in the mass grave.
Members will recite from an original
memorial program prepared by Kathy
Winston. The program book, which
has a listing of the names of those who
perished, will be presented to attend-
ees. For information and to respond for
the program, call (248) 855-6955.

Art Of Resorts
Detroit-area Jews whose families
vacationed in South Haven will enjoy
Attending a special event on Thursday,
Aug. 10, at 7 p.m., highlighting the
exhibit "Catskills of the Midwest: the
Jewish Resorts of South Haven," now
on view in the main lobby of Temple
Israel.
The Jewish Historical Society
of Michigan and Temple Israel are
presenting a program by Bea Kraus,
author of A Time to Remember: A
History of the Jewish Community
in South Haven, which recaptures
the fun of summer vacations in that
resort area during the first half of the
20th century. Following her presenta-
tion, Kraus and a group of docents
will help locate family members and
friends of attendees in the photos on
view.
Refreshments will be served. The
exhibit will be on view only until
Labor Day. The Aug. 10 event is free
to members of the Jewish Historical
Society of Michigan and Temple Israel
members; $5 for others.
Call or e-mail the JHS office for
reservations, (248) 432-5517 or
jhsofmichigan@msn.com.

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