At the Karmanos Cancer Center we give cancer patients care
that's second to none. Our location in Farmington Hills, the
Student Rabbi Visits
Congregation T'chiyah will host
student Rabbi Donna Kirshbaum
Friday-Sunday, Oct. 5-7.
There will be a
Simchat Torah ser-
vice on 7:45 p.m.
Oct. 5 and a study
session 10 a.m.
Oct. 6 on "Evolving
Jewish Views of
God:' the first part
of a series that will
visit with T'chiyah, Nov. 16-18.
These events will take place at
the David and Miriam Mondry
Building, 15000 W. 10 Mile, on the A.
Alfred Taubman Jewish Community
Campus in Oak Park. The public is
Congregation T'chiyah is a mem-
ber of the Jewish Reconstructionist
Federation. For information, go to
Weisberg Cancer Treatment Center, is right in your neighbor-
hood. We continue to provide our patients with the best
teams of doctors. We continue to give our patients more and
better treatment options. And we continue to have the best
World Class Cancer Care.
Right in your neighborhood.
research, the best technology and the best oncology
experts fighting cancer day in and day out. So, when you
hear cancer, think Karmanos. We're an NCI-designated
Cantor Teaches Prayer
At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct.11, Adat
Shalom Synagogue's Cantor Frank
Lanzkron-Tamarazo will begin a class
& Maariv for
He will review
the proper nusach
— modes used for
— while examin-
ing the history
and structure of
learn how each scale is a signpost to
the Jewish calendar. Classes will con-
tinue at Adat Shalom, in Farmington
Hills, on Thursdays, Oct. 18, and Nov.
1, 8, 15.
Contact Caren Harwood at
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comprehensive cancer center and Michigan's only hospital
dedicated to fighting cancer. You can find us on
Northwestern Highway where we continue to provide our
patients with exceptional care. To learn more please visit
Karmanos.org or call 1-800-Karmanos.
Hear cancer. Think Karmanos.
At the Detroit Medical Center
One should not say that
someone lacks intelligence,
even if it is true. Such a state-
ment may cause the person
irreparable damage, includ-
ing the loss of a job or the
respect of others.
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