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arry and Beverly Brawer, formerly of Farmington Hills, will celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversary on May 22 in Los Angeles. A luncheon
will be held in their honor by their children, Gary Brawer, Audrey and
Bill Ruhland, Alan and Ilyse Brawer, Stanley and Susan Brawer, and grand-
children, Harlan, Jeremy, Nicholas, Madison, Braedon, Jakob, Justin and Jenna.
Family and friends will attend and great-grandma Esther Cohen will sing.
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Pop Culture And Our Kids
Parents, grandparents and educa-
tors interested in helping teens think
critically and make healthy decisions
are invited to a panel discussion
sponsored by the Jewish Women's
The event, "Stop the Roller Coaster!
Pre-Teens and Teens Under the
Influence of Pop Culture," will be held
6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 8, at the
Max M. Fisher Federation Building,
6735 Telegraph, Bloomfield Township.
Presenters will include Ted
Braude, psychologist and founder
of BoysWork; Cheryl Deep, a Girls
Empowered instructor, co-author of
How to Survive Your Adolescent's
Adolescence; Rabbi Judah Isaacs,
director of Federation's Alliance for
Jewish Education; and Lisa Soble
Siegmann, director of Federation's
Jewish Experiences for Families. Chair
of the program is Gail Lansky, Jewish
Women's Foundation trustee.
Reservations are requested by
March 1. Pizza and salad will be
served with the $18 charge per person.
Kosher dietary laws observed.
For information, call Shoshana
Baruch, (248) 642-4260.
The Michigan Jewish War Veterans
and Ladies Auxiliary are offering $750
college scholarships to descendants of
veterans who are attending a Michigan
college in the fall.
The scholarships, made possible
through the annual JWV poppy sale
and private donations, are made
without regard to race or religion and
recipients are selected by an impartial
group of educators.
Applications may be obtained from
high school counselors or by calling
Iry Marshall, (248) 851-6746. They
must be completed by March 31.
Auction Helps Kids
The Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County's 2007 Auction will
take place 7 p.m. Saturday, March 17,
at the JCC in Ann Arbor. The event will
raise funds to build a new playground
for children ages 4-11 as well as add
new equipment to the Early Childhood
There will be a live and a silent auc-
tion at the event as well as a buffet
dinner and live musical entertainment.
The dinner will be catered by
Simply Scrumptious. Music will be by
the Cool Moose Orchestra. Tickets are
$50. In addition, there will be a Kids'
Night Out Program sponsored by the
JCC at Temple Beth Emeth.
For information or to donate
goods and services, contact Rachel
Rosenthal, email@example.com ;
Sheri Wallach, sheriwallach@jccfed.
org; or (734) 971-0990.
The National Council of Jewish
Women/Greater Detroit Section-
SPACE for Changing Families and
Hospice of Michigan will offer a six-
week bereavement support group for
adults grieving the death of a parent.
The group will meet 7-8:30 p.m.
Thursdays from April 26-May 31 at
the Birmingham Temple, 28611 W.
12 Mile Road (between Inkster and
Middlebelt), Farmington Hills. A
trained facilitator will lead the group.
This is not a drop-in group; one
must attend all six sessions. There
is no charge; however, donations are
Pre-registration is required.
For information or to register, call
(248) 355-9936 or (248) 253-2580.
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