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When you purchase another hot dinner entrée or full price with this coupon.
Limited time offer. Exp. 3.10-09. Less expensive dinner will be 50% Off.

Try the Institute for Retired
Professionals, which provides mature
adults with cultural and educational
programs weekdays at the JCC's two
locations. Director Sharon Levine:
slevine@jccdet.org , (248) 967-4030,
ext. 2018.

Experiment with various media at the
ongoing Farber adult art classes 9
a.m.-noon every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at Oak Park JCC. Harriet
Gelfond facilitates. Tuition and art
supplies over 10 sessions cost $40
for JCC members, $60 for others.
(248) 967-4030.

Pass the afternoon playing cards with
the Ben-Gurion Men's Group noon-4
p.m. weekdays at Oak Park JCC. No
charge. (248) 967-4030..

Brush up your bridge game at the
Bridge Club 1-3 p.m. Wednesdays
at the Oak Park JCC. All players
are welcome. No charge. (248) 967-
4030.

Create something special at Barbara
Bloom's Judaica arts & crafts class
9:30-11:30 a.m. Thursdays at Oak
Park JCC. Rifcah Krolikowski provides
ongoing instruction. Session charge:
$4; $2 for JCC members. (248) 967-
4030.

Discuss current events with other
seniors and group leader Dave Weiner
10:30 a.m. Thursdays, at Oak Park
JCC (248) 967-4030, and with Linda
Garfield 2 p.m. Monday, March 2, at
West Bloomfield JCC. (248) 661-
1000.

Young Adults

Young adults can get involved with
campus Hillel programs for ages 18-
30 — whether attending college or
not:
• Wayne State University: First Floor,

667 Grosberg Student Center, Detroit;
www.hillel-detroit.org . Hillel of Metro
Detroit hotline: (313) 577-8888,
hillelpd®wayne.edu .
• Eastern Michigan University: 965
Washtenaw, Ypsilanti; www.emuhillel.
org . Ricky Camil: (734) 482-0456;
program@emuhillel.org .
• University of Michigan:1429 Hill,
Ann Arbor; www.umhillel.org . (734)
769-0500; umhillel@umich.edu .
• Michigan State University: Lester
& Jewell Morris Hillel Jewish Student
Center, 360 Charles Street, East
Lansing; www.msuhillel.org . Jessica
Katz: jessica@msuhillel.org ; (517)
332-1916.

Youth

Give Rainbows a try, a peer support
curricula for children in grades K-6
affected by divorce or another major
change in their family situation.
Next 12-week session meets 7-8
p.m. starting Monday, March 2, at
the Birmingham Temple, 28611 W. 12
Mile, Farmington Hills. Parents will
meet in a separate group. No charge.
No RSVP required, but call ahead
appreciated by the sponsor, the
National Council of Jewish Women/
Greater Detroit Section: (248) 355-
3300.

Get ready, Jewish teens, for the
2009 JCC Maccabi ArtsFest sched-
uled August 9-14, in Orange County,
Calif. A JCC-sponsored delegation
of teens entering grades 8-12 will
experience home hospitality, social
activities and a community-service
project while world-class artists-in-
residence help them develop their
artistic gifts. Those interested can
contact Dalia Keen: (248) 432-5467,
dkeen@jccdet.org .

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Three eggs any style with
choice of sausage links, bacon
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Hula, Hula, Hula

Forget the cold weather and attend a
luau dance featuring Island Phil and
an authentic hula dancer 2-3:30 p.m.
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