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Downturn's Impact Woman To Lead
On JFS Client Base Local B'nai B'rith

At 6 p.m. Monday eve-
ning, July 13, Nancy
Braun will be installed
as the first female presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith Great
Lakes Region.
Braun, past president
of one of the most active
Nancy Braun
B'nai B'rith Units in
the country, Zager-Stone-Tucker-Grant-
Oakland Century Unit, has been serving
as president-elect. Peter Perlman, a past
president of the region, will be discharged
from his interim year of serving the board
as president.
Dennis Glick, B'nai B'rith
International's chairman of the executive,
will be the guest speaker.
The dinner will be at Sposita's
Ristorante in West Bloomfield. For reser-
vations, call the B'nai B'rith office, (248)
646-3100.

Congregation Beth Ahm
will welcome Norman
Keane, executive direc-
tor of West Bloomfield-
based Jewish Family
Service (JFS) of
Metropolitan Detroit, as
guest speaker at Shabbat
Norman Keane
morning services on
Saturday, July 11. Services begin at 9:30
am. All are welcome.
In his remarks, Keane will discuss the
impact of the current economic down-
turn on the local Jewish community and
describe how JFS is striving to meet these
needs.
The talk is sponsored by the shul's
Tikkun Olam-Social Action Committee.
Beth Ahm is located at 5075 W. Maple,
West Bloomfield. For information, call
Nancy Kaplan (248) 737-1931 or e-mail
nancyellen879@att.net .

Shul Food

Clothing, Household
Donations Sought

Donations are being accepted for the
Congregation Beth Ahm Sisterhood
Rummage Sale. Needed are clothing,
housewares, sporting goods and small
appliances.
Bring items to the synagogue, 5075 W.
Maple Road, West Bloomfield, before July
24. Assistance will be available 10 a.m.-2
p.m., Monday-Thursday.
For information, call (248) 851-6880.

A Magic Show
For Kids, Adults

Parents, grandparents and children are
invited to a lunchtime program featur-
ing magician Jim Placido sponsored by
Temple Israel Treasures.
The luncheon will take place noon,
Wednesday, July 15, at Temple Israel in

$7.50 individual. RSVP: (248) 547-
7970, ext. 204.
• Temple Emanu-El, 14450 W.10 Mile
in Oak Park: Enjoy a family-friendly
Shabbat picnic dinner at Hawaiian
Shirt Shabbat (please dress accord-
ingly) 6:15 p.m. Friday, July 17, in the
temple's Birnkrant Garden, weather
permitting. Rabbi Joseph Klein leads
service at 7. Event also features a
craft activity for children and colorful
leis for all to wear. Pronto! of Royal
Oak will cater. Dinner charge: $10
for age 10-adult, $7.50 for ages 3-10.
RSVP: (248) 967-4020, emanuel-
mich.org .

The community is invited to the fol-
lowing events:

• Congregation Beth Shalom, 14601
W. Lincoln, Oak Park: Bring children
up to age 5 to "Shabbat Under the
Stars" 6 p.m. Friday, July 17. Evening
includes coney-style dinner on the
patio and outdoor services at 6:45.
Miss Linda will offer songs, prayers,
props and stories. Dessert follows at
7. No charge to attend services only.
Cost: $25 per immediate family, or

West Bloomfield. Cost is $10 for Temple
Israel Treasures members, $12 for non-
members and $5 for children.
To reserve a spot, send a check payable
to Temple Israel Treasures with a note
indicating one's name, address and phone
number along with the number and types
of tickets requested. It should be mailed
to Arda Barenholtz, 10484 Kingston,
Huntington Woods, MI 48070.
For information, call Barenholtz at
(248) 548-5627.

Sundae Splash

Come to the "Summer Splash-tastic," an
open house with ice cream sundae buf-
fet, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 15, at
Congregation Beth Shalom, 14601 W.
Lincoln, Oak Park. Children should bring
their bathing suits. Free, but requires RSVP:
(248) 547-7970.



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