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Beth El Book Clubs

"Bagels & Books" and "Books &
Bites," sponsored by Temple Beth
El's Prentis Memorial Library and
sisterhood, has set its lineup for
the 2006-2007 year.
The two groups will meet
monthly on Mondays: "Bagels &
Books" at 10 a.m. in the temple
library and "Books & Bites" at 7
p.m. in the Alpert Room. They will
follow the same reading schedule.
Facilitators are Susan Chalom,
professor of English at Wayne
State University; Steven Berman,
professor of English at Oakland
Community College; Jan Durecki,
archivist of the Rabbi Leo M.
Franklin Archives of Temple Beth
El; and Keren Alpert, temple direc-
tor of education.
On Monday, Oct. 9, the groups
will discuss Last Days of
Summer by Jonathan Rosen with
facilitator Steve Berman. Rachel
Calof's Story by Rachel Calof will
be the topic of discussion Nov. 6,
with facilitator Jan Durecki.
On Dec. 18, Keren Alpert will
lead a discussion of Rambarn's
Ladder by Julie Salamon. Susan
Chalom will facilitate the Jan. 29
discussion of The Kill Artist by
Daniel Silva and the March 12
discussion of Joy Comes in the
Morning by Steve Kluger.
The series will-conclude April
30, with Berman discussing The
Queen's Fool by.Phillipa Gregory.
Cost of the series is $30. There
is a $10 per session drop-in fee. To
register or learn more about the
books, call Eileen Polk, (248) 851-
1100, ext. 3138.

Parenting Conference
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, host of
the national TV show Shalom
in the Home on The Learning
Channel, is coming to Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield as part of
the 25th annual Alicia Joy Techner
Memorial Parenting Conference on
Monday, Oct. 30, at 7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Boteach was named by
Talkers Magazine as one of the
100 most important radio hosts in
America. He is the international
bestselling author of 15 books and
is a syndicated columnist.
Tickets are complimentary,
but required for admittance. For
reservations, call Elaine, (248)
661-5700.

Please join us for coffee as we introduce you
to a wonderful new program with a dynamic curriculum
developed for today's 6th grade children.

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