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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-09-06

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The Members of the


invite you to join them at their


On Gossip

services under the stars at 10:30 p.m.

It is forbidden to belittle someone by
speaking badly of their past behav-
ior or their family's behavior.

Student Rabbi Hosted
Donna Kirshbaum will be student
rabbi for High Holidays and for eight
Shabbat weekend visits during this
corning year, starting with Rosh
Hashanah at Congregation T'chiyah in
Oak Park.
will enter her
last year at the
Rabbinical College
in Philadelphia in
September. Her vis-
its and participation
highlight the
30th anni-
versary celebration
of the congregation.
Besides High Holidays (Erev Rosh
Hashanah, Sept. 12; Rosh Hashanah,
Sept. 13-14; Kol Nidre, Sept. 21; and
Yom Kippur, Sept. 22), Kirshbaum's
tentatively scheduled weekends are:
Oct. 5-7, No 9-11 and Dec. 7-9, 2007,
Jan. 11-13, Feb. 15-17, March 21-23,
April 25-27 and May 16-18, 2008.
The public is invited to participate
in all services, activities and events.
High Holidays are free of charge.
Congregation T'chiyah is located
in the David and Miriam Mondry
Building at 15000 W. 10 Mile on the
Oak Park JCC Campus.

Presented by Lubavitch Women's Organization. For

information on keeping kosher or lighting Shabbat

candles, contact Miriam Amzalak, (248) 548-6771,

amzalak@yeshivanet.com .

New Slate At Kol Ami
Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield
has chosen an executive board for
Co-presidents are Bill Faber
and Howard Katz; vice presidents,
Karen Gutman, Nena Chudnof
and Lee Schottenfels; treasurer,
Bill Goldenberg; secretary, Debbie
Himelhoch; past co-presidents, Terry
Hollander and Mindi Silver-Weiss.
Elected to the board of trustees for
a two-year term are Steve Bloom, Dr.
Irving Friedman, Melanie Nathan,
Dana Patchak, Diane Siegel-DiVita
and Michelle Taigman; completing
the second year of a two-year term are
Chuck Freedman, Andy Gelsey, Paul
Gross, Laurie Kach, Gail Raben, Dr.
Marc Rosen, Karee Strome and Irene

Parenting Support Group
Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 10
a.m. at Temple Israel, Daniel A. Klein,
a licensed psychologist with a private
practice in West Bloomfield, will lead a
four-week support group titled "Tough
Kid, Tired Parent!'
The group will continue Sept. 26,
Oct. 3 and 10 and is open free of
charge. For reservations, contact
Elaine Bertsch, (248) 661-5700, or
Elaine@temple-israel.org . The syna-
gogue is in West Bloomfield.

Selichot For All Ages
Young adults ages 21-40 are invited
to enjoy apple-tinis and more dur-
ing a Selichot Apple-tinis and Honey
Signal Party at Temple Israel at 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 8. Singles are invited
to bring friends who are couples and
couples are invited to bring their
friends who are single.
This free event is open to the com-
munity, but reservations are required.
Contact JoAnn Smith, (248) 661-5700
or imagine@temple-israel.org .
At 9 p.m., people of all ages are
invited to join for a concert celebrating
Israel's upcoming 60th anniversary,
featuring the group Seeds of Sun.
A reception for all ages will take
place at 10 p.m., followed by Selichot

New Youth Leader
Tina Gargotta is the new youth direc-
tor at Temple Israel. Her most recent
employment was as a Jewish campus
service corps fel-
low at the Hillel of
Tampa Bay. She has
been very involved
with the National
Federation of
Temple Youth on
both a regional and
a national level.
Tina Gargotta
As youth direc-
tor, Gargotta will be
working with youth of all ages. She
will develop programs for fourth- to
eighth-graders, plan Tyner Religious
School retreats and work with Youth
Federation of Temple Israel advisers.
All Temple Israel members in
grades 4-12 may contact Gargotta to
make an appointment for "Time with
Tine with free refreshments.
To learn more about youth program-
ming, contact Tina Gargotta, (248)
661-5700 or tina@temple-israel.org .

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6000 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield

ROSH HASHANA: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2007 (10 am-12 Noon)

KOL NIDRE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2007 (8 pm-9:30 pm)

Featuring an Assembly of Readings plus music by: Bloch, Bruch, Chayes and others with Edward Benyas (oboe)
Marcy Chantreau (cello) and Kara Benyas (piano)

YOM KIPPUR: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2007 (10 am-12 Noon)

As Always No Ticket Required
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