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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-05-19

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Join us in recognizing the students who have
completed their two-year
commitment to study

The Jewish Federation's Alliance for Jewish Education and the
Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
and the entire Jewish community wish

Siyyum/Graduation Ceremony
Thursday, June 2, 2011
29 lyar 5771
7:00 PM

_ . To the 5771/2011 Graduates of the
Florence Melton Adult Mini-School of
Metropolitan Detroit

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Keynote Speaker

Jeff Lasday

Estelle Babitch, Wendy G. Bakst, Amy Ben-Ezra,Amy Berlin, Rose
Berman, Joyce Blum, Henry Bodzin, Herbert Cohen, Connie Lowenstein
Colman, Martin I. Darvick, Judith A. Domstein, Jill Dones, Harriet M.
Dunsky, Christy Elkins-Trottier, Todd Elkins-Trottier, Deena Epstein, Lisa
Fenkell, Elizabeth Fields, Patricia A. Foreman, Richard J. Foreman, Marion
Freedman, Maria Freeman, Aviva Sallen Friedman, Lauren Goldstein,
Tracey Grosinger, Shirlee Harris, Phyllis R. Hellman, Ewa Caplan Hepner,
Susann Kauffman, Lynn Keidan-Segel, Joyce Kornbluh, Michael Liebowitz*,
Randee Lipman, Heather Marwil, Annette Meskin, Beth L. Nadis, Phyllis
Pilcowitz, Sybil Pudavick, Nikki Raimi, Randi Resnick, Neal J. Robin**,
Deborah Rittman, Shari Rogers, Andrea Roisman, Janet Rosen, Joel C.
Seidman, Susan E. Seidman, Nancy Shamie, Amy Shefman, Jennifer
Siegel, Susan Sillman, Betty Singer, Susan Slabotsky, Gerald Stollman,
Leila Stollman, Susan Sugarman, Debra J. Supowit, Warren R. Tessler,
Carol S. Tower, Debra Sue Walter, Jodi Weinfeld, Jeanette Weissman,
Susan York, Beverly F. Yost

*Completed class in memory of his wife Susan Liebowitz
**Completed class in memory of his wife Susan Robin

Director, Alliance for Jewish Education
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

Jewish Community Center
D.Dan and Betty Kahn Building
Eugene and Marcia Applebaum
Jewish Community Campus
6600 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield

Todah Rabah/Thank you to our
Florence Melton Adult Mini-School Instructors
of the class of 2011/5771:

Keren Alpert
Ruth Bergman
Rabbi Baruch Lazewnik
Rabbi Rob Morais
Aviva Panush
Rebecca Starr

For more information on Melton or to RSVP, please contact
Marion Bronstein at 248-205-2557
email: bronstein@jfmd.org



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A Project of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

News From
The Frankel Center



We Dclivar Adult lcycish EducatiOu

Shayna Gittel Waldman

Baruch HaShem
How proud, with great NAHUS,

Shayna — Graduating Oakland U. Cum Laude, B.Sci.
and following your dad, to be a teacher.

Give thanks to G-D for He is good;
for his kindnesses endure forever! - Psalm 136

How can we repay G-D for all
his good & kindness to us - Psalm 116


Celebrating Our
Judaic Studies

A few weeks ago, the Frankel
Center for Judaic Studies at
the University of Michigan
celebrated its graduates, class
of 2011. They included stu-
dents from as far away as Min-
netonka, MN and as close as
Oak Park, Ypsilanti, Hunting-
ton Woods, and West Bloom-
field, MI. Yet Dena Cohen,
Noah Curhan, Hannah Far-
kas, Zachary Goldsmith, Kim-
berly Lemkin, Helene Simons,
and Kate Wallace share with
Aaron Kaye an enthusiasm for
integrating study of Jews, Ju-
daism and Jewish culture into
their studies. They did more
than take a single course; they
declared a minor in Judaic
Studies, a decision that will
reverberate throughout their
adult lives because it gives
them insight into and ways of
thinking about Jewish history
and culture. Indeed, Judaic
Studies appeals to students in
part because of its flexibility
and intimacy. Students get to
contemplate serious questions
that animate the history of
Jews, Jewish literatures written
in many languages across the
centuries, and facets of a rich
Jewish religious culture. Mazel
tov to our Judaic Studies grads!

Deborah Dash Moore,

Director and
Frederick G.L. Huetwell
Professor of History,
University of Michigan


Love always,
Dad, Rabbi Dr. Mordehi Shimone (Mark)
Waldman, J.D., ESQ, RTD.
Brother Avi; Sisters Etta, Esther,
Zipporah Leah Waldman;
Morn Robin and Ron


Jcan. Samuel cr

Centerier Judaic Studie

2011 Regents of the

University of Michigan

May 19 a 2011



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