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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-11-13

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Healing The Soul
Rabbi Leonard Sharzer, a fellow in
the Louis Finkelstein Institute for
Religious and Social Studies at the
Jewish Theological
Seminary in New
York, will present
"Healer of Body and
Soul: The Story of
a Plastic Surgeon
Who Discovers
His Calling to Be a
Rabbi Sharzer Rabbi."
The program, co-
sponsored by Adat Shalom Synagogue's
Physician's Journey Group and JTS,
will take place at 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov.
23, at Adat Shalom, 29901 Middlebelt,
Farmington Hills.
Sharzer participated in and led
medical missions to Africa and China
to operate on children wth cleft lip and
palate and other deformities.
The community is invited at no
charge. Reservations are requested. For
reservations, call the JTS Great Lakes
Regional Office, (248) 258 0055, or Adat
Shalom, (248) 851-5100.
Visit the JTS Web site at www.jtsa.edu.

Bereavement Support
The Temple Israel Robert Sosnick
Family Life Center will host sessions of
the Bereavement Support Group, facili-
tated by Mona J. Shane. Sessions are
scheduled for the following Mondays
from 7-8:30 p.m. at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield: Nov. 24, Dec. 8 and
Jan. 12.
This group is designed to provide
a warm, confidential setting in which
participants may express and define
their grief. Strategies for coping with
the loss of a loved one, as well as
remembering and moving on, will be
explored.
All sessions are open to the com-
munity, free of charge. Registration is
necessary. To learn more or reserva-
tions, contact Denise Tarnopol, (248)
661-5700, or denise@temple-israel.org .

Crohn's/Colitis Executive
The Crohn's & Colitis Foundation
of America/Michigan Chapter has
promoted Gilda
R. Hauser of West
Bloomfield to devel-
opment director. She
has been with CCFA
for eight years serv-
ing as development
manager. She will
continue to oversee
Glide Hauser
individual program-
ming as well as
major gift solicitation and retention.

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