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April 30, 2009 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-04-30

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Shin Honorees

Conservative shuls laud local leaders.


ocal Conservative congregations
have announced this year's Shin
Award recipients for the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America Gala on

Tuesday, May 5, in Metro Detroit.
JTS, the largest Conservative seminary,
presents the award for commitment to
Jewish education and synagogue life as


The Polish Photographs of Roman Vishniac & Jeffrey Gusky

April 19 - July 12

Free with museum admission.





Roman Vishniac, Isaac Street, Kazirnierz (detail), Cracow, 1938, gelatin silver print, 0 Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy
of the International Center for Photography

This exhibition is organized by the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

In Detroit it is sponsored by 'Bill and Karen Davidson. Additional support has been provided by the Michigan
Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the City of Detroit.


•In blessed memory.



April 30 2009

Dr. Darryl and Marilyn Goldberg

The late Shirley Dinner and Sidney


well as the values of Judaism and the
Jewish people.
The honorees are:
• Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills. Marilyn and Dr.
Darryl Goldberg;
• Congregation Beth Ahm, West
Bloomfield. Sidney Dinner and the
late Shirley Dinner;
• Congregation Beth Shalom, Oak
Park. Dr. Lisa Yufit and Dr. Michael
• Congregation B'nai Moshe, West
Bloomfield. Ellyce and Dr. Stephen
• Congregation Shaarey Zedek of
Oakland County. Marjorie and Saul
"The Jewish Theological Seminary
is committed to enhancing religious
and intellectual life. We affirm our
faith's commitment to tikkun olam
— making the world a better place,"
said Tom Wexelberg Clouser, director
of the JTS Great Lakes Region office
in Bloomfield Township.
Locally, JTS activities are led
by the Detroit cabinet chaired by
Norma Dorman and Steve Weisberg.
This year's dinner chair is Robert
Goodman with Roz Blanck and Jodi
Goodman as associate chairs.
The May 5 gala will be held at
B'nai Moshe. Money raised there
will go for student scholarships at
JTS. For reservations, call the Detroit
JTS office, (248) 258-0055, or e-mail
beroth@jtsa.edu .

Bais Chabad Bible Course
The Hyman and Sonia Blumenstein
Outreach Institute of Sara and Morris
Tugman Bais Chabad Torah Center,
together with Federation's Alliance for
Jewish Education, is offering the new
JLI course, "Biblical Reflections: Find
Yourself in the Stories of Genesis:'
The course will deal with the quest for
love, purpose, identity and redemption.
It will explore the inner obstacles that
threaten these goals: lust, greed, hatred
and jealousy.

Dr. Lisa Yufit and Dr. Michael Cher

Ellyce and Dr. Stephen Field

Marjorie and Saul Saulson

The six-part course
begins Wednesday,
May 6, and will be
taught by Chaya Sarah
Silberberg. Classes
will run from 8-9:15
p.m. and will be at the
Torah Center, 5595
Chaya Sarah
Maple Road.
For information
and to register, contact
(248) 855-6170 or bctc770@aol.com .

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