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January 14, 2010 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-01-14

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Comm uni ty

A HEALTHY MOVE

Experienced internists join Beaumont network

thin:

Gary Yashinsky, M.D.
Sheldon Stoffer, M.D.
Richard Stober, M.D.
Eugene Herman, M.D.

Bottom row:

David Jacobs, M.D.
Allan Ross, M.D.
Leon Morris, D.O.

INTERNISTS OF FARMINGTON HILLS
has moved to a new location.

The Beaumont network is pleased to announce the addition of one of this area's
leading internist groups. Now the Internists of Farmington Hills offers Beaumont's

• Leading-edge technology for better, faster diagnoses
• A convenient network of hospitals and medical centers
• Top-rated specialists and sub-specialists

Internists of Farmington Hills

29355 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 210
Southfield, MI 48034

W. 13 Mile Rd.

Call 248-223-9650
to schedule an appointment today.

W. 12 Mile Rd.

Superior; personae medical care in our communi t y.

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Beaumont Hospitals

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HIS WEEKEND!

2010 JCC Maccabi Games & ArtsFest
Information Meeting
For Parents, Athletes and Artists

Author To Speak
Maggie Anton, award winning
author of the Rashi's Daughters
novels, will speak at Congregation
Beth Shalom in Oak Park at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3. The eve-
ning is sponsored by the Central
Great Lakes Region Women's
League for Conservative Judaism
and by the Beth Shalom Sisterhood.
The public is invited, and there
is no charge. During a dessert
reception following the talk, Anton,
who studies Talmud and medieval
history in Glendale, Calif., will sign
her books, which will be available
for purchase at $15 apiece.
For information, contact
Marylyn Sternberg, (248) 545-
7761, mjms1945@aol.com ; or Fran
Hildebrandt, (248) 661-4179, fhil-
debr@aol.com.

-

Sunday, January 17, 2010 - 4 p.m.

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit • D. Dan & Betty Kahn Building
Eugene & Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus • 6600 W. Maple Rd, West Bloomfield

Meet the coaches, receive tryout/audition schedule
and hear other important information

JCC Maccabi Games host communities:

Denver, CO — August 1-6
Richmond, VA — August 1-6
Baltimore, MD — August 8-13

JCC Maccabi ArtsFest host community:

San Rafael, CA — August 8-13

For more information please contact Karen Gordon at 248.432.5482 or
kgordon@jccdet.org . Up-to-date schedules can be found at www.maccabidetroit.or

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January 14 • 2010

Course On Israel
Starting Wednesday, Jan. 27, and
running for seven weeks, Judaic
studies instructor Professor Howard
Lupovitch will
teach "The
Changing
Face of Israel:
Contemporary
Issues in the
Promised Land,"
offered through
Howard
Federation's
Lupovitch
Alliance for Jewish
Education FedEd
department.
Topics include: "Who is a Jew:
Religion in a Secular State;"
"Citizenship Debates — Arab-Israelis
and Brother Daniel;""Governing a
Nation of Prime Ministers: Israeli
Politics in Crisis;""Proteksiya and Its
Discontents: Are Some Israelis More
Equal than Others?;" The Settler
Movement Sacrificing the Present
on the Altar of the Messianic Age;"
"Russian Jews and the New Secular
Culture;""Israelis and American
Jews —Do We Speak the Same
Language?"
Lupovitch is the 2009 winner
of the Benard L. Maas Prize for
Achievement in Jewish Culture and
Continuity in the Area of Humanities.
The class will meet Tuesdays from
7-8:30 p.m. at Congregation Beth
Ahm, 5075 W. Maple Road, West
Bloomfield. The cost of the seven-
week course is $115.
To register or to receive a brochure
on all winter/spring FedEd offerings,
contact (248) 205-2557 or jewishde-
troit.org/feded.

. 1562780

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