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April 03, 2008 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-04-03

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Best known for her successful
Her appearance is co-sponsored
defense in a libel suit brought by
by the JCC's SAJE for All Seasons
Holocaust refuter
program and the Jewish
David Irving and her
Women's Foundation of
subsequent book,
Metro Detroit.
History on Trial,
Lipstadt is director of
scholar Deborah
the Institute for Jewish
Lipstadt will pres-
Studies and profes-
ent an Oakland
sor of modern Jewish
and Holocaust studies
talk at the Jewish
at Emory University in
Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit
The event will begins
in West Bloomfield on
7 p.m. with a dessert
Deborah Lips tadt
Monday, April 28, at
reception; the lecture will
7:30 p.m.
begin at 7:30 p.m.; and a
Lipstadt will detail
book sale and signing will occur
her five-year ordeal in defense of
from 8:45 to 9:30 p.m.
her statements that Irving was a
Tickets are $10 in advance or $15
falsifier of history and a right-wing
at the door. For tickets, call Oakland
extremist, in addition to recent
University's College of Arts and
international events she says dem-
Sciences, (248) 370-2140.
onstrate a new form of anti-

Shul Food

The community is invited to the
following events:

• Temple Beth El, 7400 Telegraph

in Bloomfield Township: Join mem-
bers and friends for an informal
Family Kabbalat Shabbat service
6 p.m. Friday, April 4. The third-
grade religious school students
will participate. A pizza and pasta
dinner will follow in the temple's
Handleman Hall. Dinner admis-
sion: $6; call for space availability:
(248) 865-0612.

• Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
B'nai Israel Center, 4200 Walnut

Lake Rd. in West Bloomfield:
RSVP by Tuesday, April 15, for the
Chometz Fest dinner 6 p.m. Friday,
April 18, followed by simcha dav-
ening at 7. Charge: $15 adult, $8
per child. Space limited to 150.
(248) 357-5544.

Leave the cooking and cleanup to
others when you attend a congre-
gational seder on Sunday, April 20
- the second night of Passover:

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• West Bloomfield JCC: Bring the
family to "Seder in the Center"
starting 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April
20. JCC Executive Director Mark
Lit leads the seder, while Lisa
Soble-Siegmann provides music.

The kosher-for-Passover food
will be catered by Matt Prentice
Restaurant Group. Cost: $45
adults; $25 for children age 12 and
younger. RSVP by April 8, then it
will be space available. Dalia Keen:
(248) 432-5467, or dkeen®jccdet.
org .

• Congregation Shaarey Zedek,

27375 Bell Rd. in Southfield: Come
to a catered traditional seder
with music. Seder leaders are
Rabbi Joseph Krakoff, Cantor Meir
Finkelstein and Assistant Cantor
Leonard Gutman. Sponsored by
Ilene Nemer and family, the eve-
ning includes afikoman prizes and
a supervised play area for young
children. Dinner: $50 adults; $18
ages 4-13 only. RSVP by April 4,
then space available: (248) 357-

• Congregation Shir Tikvah, 3900

Northfield Pkwy in Troy: A tradi-
tional meal and dessert buffet,
prepared by Elwin Greenwald and
helpers, starts 5:45 p.m. (come at
5:30). Rabbis Arnie Sleutelberg
and Aaron Starr will lead the
child-friendly seder. Cost for non-
members: $40 adults; $23 ages 8-
12; $10 ages 7 and under. Payment
along with reservation both due
April 4 at the synagogue. Details:
lbakerboy@aol.com or (248) 584-

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