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Create cuddly fleece blankets - no
sewing needed - for Oakland County
children transitioning from lives
of abuse and neglect 10:30 a.m.-2
p.m. Mondays at National Council of
Jewish Women, 26400 Lahser, Suite
306, Southfield. Materials provided.
Participate for mitzvah or high school
project. Bobbie Patt: (248) 355-3300.
Call today to
Share informal outings with Jewish
parents of young adopted children
through Midwest Adoptive Families.
Details: (248) 545-8665, just-
Contact Dr. Charles Silow if there's a
Holocaust survivor who might benefit
from Yad b`Yad (Hand In Hand), the
friendly visitor program of Jewish
Family Service: (248) 661-2999.
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Deliver meals to homebound clients
in Oakland County through National
Council of Jewish Women's Kosher
Meals on Wheels program. Both regu-
lar drivers and subs are needed. (248)
Interact with senior residents while
working in stores operated by Jewish
Apartments & Services at its build-
ings in Oak Park and West Bloomfield.
Volunteer during morning hours only.
Michal Ram: (248) 592-1104, mram@
Become a mentor to an at-risk youth
in Oakland County through Mentor
Connection, a non-sectarian program
of Jewish Family Service. Details: (248)
592-2300, www.mentorconnect.org .
Lead an hour-long Shabbat service
Friday afternoons at Lahser Hills Care
Centre, 25300 Lahser, Southfield.
Chaplain Evelyn: (248) 354-3222, ext.
Submit nominations now for the 2009
8 Over 80, an annual awards project
of Jewish Apartments & Services.
Join the Shabbat Song Circle every
Saturday at Cong. Beth Ahm, 5075 W.
Maple, West Bloomfield. Offered during
Kiddush following morning services,
12:15-12:45 p.m., and before Mincha,
4-4:25 p.m. Nancy Kaplan: (248) 737-
1931, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Gain insight into religious issues at
Stay and Learn on Shabbat, follow-
ing services and Kiddush Saturdays,
at Congregation B`nai Moshe, 6800
Drake, West Bloomfield. No charge.
Drop-ins welcome. (248) 788-0600.
Come back for Temple Beth El's Lunar
Learn 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18, or
Lunch and Learn noon Thursday, Feb.
19, at 7400 Telegraph, Bloomfield Twp.
Rabbinic Associate Keren Alpert will
focus on "Texts That Vex," exploring
a few of the more unusual stories not
taught in childhood Sunday school
classes. Free. Bring a brown bag lunch
for Thursday. Register with Temple
Religious School: (248) 865-0612.
Explore the Kabbalah with Rabbi
Elimelech Silberberg at Bais Chabad
Torah Center, 5595 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield. Classes suitable for begin-
ners and the more advanced 8:30 p.m.
Wednesdays and 10:30 a.m. Sundays.
email@example.com . (248) 855-6170.
Explore global and national energy
issues with Dr. John Gardon at the
Birmingham Temple Forum 8 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 16, at the Birmingham
Temple, 28611 W.12 Mile, Farmington
Hills. Free for temple member, $8
guest. (248) 477-1410,
Hear Zion Uness speak about his
journey from Ethiopia to Israel and
Israel's humanitarian aid efforts 7
JET Features Anne Frank
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February 12 2009
Learn some important lessons at The Diary of Anne
Frank, the Jewish Ensemble Theatre's signature
piece returning to the stage. JET will produce it as
both a main stage/subscription offering — taking the
place of the play Collected Stories — and also for
student matinees. Run, including previews: Tuesday,
Feb. 17-April 3. Opening night: 8:30 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 21. Tickets prices (specially reduced for this
production) are $20 for adults, $9 for students.
Schedule: (248) 788-2900, www.jettheatre.org .