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January 03, 2008 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-01-03

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On Gossip

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spouses to leave out deroga-
tory information about others
when sharing conversation.

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January 3 = 2008

The Search For Roots
Individuals who are interested in
researching family history have the
opportunity to learn from an Adat
Shalom Synagogue member who is an
expert in genealogical research.
Marc Manson will offer a seven-ses-
sion class at the synagogue beginning
Thursday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m.
The first two sessions are a
"Genealogy 101" class that will show
that records of your ancestors do exist
— they were not all destroyed in the
Holocaust. The next two classes will
focus on "Resources and Research
Techniques." The final sessions will
address 'Advanced Research and
Problem Solving Techniques." Manson
will demonstrate examples online, but
one does not need to bring a computer
to class.
There is a $72 fee per participant,
$36 of which will pay for a one-
year membership in the Jewish
Genealogical Society of Michigan
and the remainder to cover the cost
of handouts and printed materials. A
couple's fee is $122.
The classes will continue on Jan.
17, 24, 31 and Feb. 14, 21, 28. On one
Sunday morning, there will be a field
trip to the Holocaust Memorial Center
Library in Farmington Hills, where par-
ticipants will be shown how to use the
resources there to do family history and
genealogy research.
Manson is a past president of the
JGSMI and director of the Jewish
Historical Society of Michigan. He is
a member of the Jewish Federation
Archive Committee and is chairing a
community-wide cemetery project.
To register, send in a check (payable
to Adat Shalom) to 29901 Middlebelt
Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334. For
information, call (248) 851-5100.

SYNergy Shabbat
David L. Littmann will be Adat Shalom
Synagogue's guest speaker for SYNergy
Shabbat on Jan. 11 in Farmington
Littman's presen-
tation will address
"Can We Survive
Michigan's Economic
Ills? A Cure at What
Littmann is senior
economist for the
Mackinac Center for
Public Policy and
a member of the
Center's Board of Scholars.
He has been ranked the seventh
most accurate economic forecaster by
the Wall Street Journal.
Littmann will speak to SYNergy
participants following dinner at 7 p.m.
on Friday evening.
Synergy activities will begin at
5 p.m. on Friday evening with a
Kabbalat Shabbat service.
At 5:30 p.m. families with children
through second grade are invited to
Shabbat Shaboom, a lively musical
service for the younger set. A casual
Shabbat buffet supper will follow the
Childcare will begin at 6:30 p.m. and
extend until the end of the adult pro-
gram. At 7 p.m. children will enjoy a
performance of the Chris Clark Magic
At the same time sixth-graders and
older are invited to a program titled
"Gymshoes, Cell Phones & Music
— What does your shopping say
about you?"
On Shabbat morning, Jan. 12, Rabbi
Aaron Bergman will conduct a Talmud
Study session at 8:30 a.m. Traditional
services will begin at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Rachel Shere will lead a Mishpacha
Minyan (family service) at 10 a.m.
Beginning at 10:15 a.m. there will be
drop-off youth services.
SYNergy co-chairs are Carol
Weintraub Fogel of West Bloomfield,
and Phyllis Pilcowitz of Bloomfield
The community is welcome to all
of the services and programs at no
charge, with the exception of the
Shabbat dinner for which there is a
Dinner reservations are required by
Jan. 4. Call the Adat Shalom Synagogue
office, (248) 851-5100, or e-mail info@

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