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Families, leads second Thursday support
group at Meer Jewish Apartments, 6760 W.
Maple in West Bloomfield. 248-661-9607.

CAREGIVERS' SUPPORT

2-4 pm. Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish
Community Adult Day Care Program of
Jewish Senior Life holds monthly support
group for caregivers of individuals with
Alzheimer's Disease or a related diagnosis,
held at Fleischman Residence/Blumberg
Plaza, 6710 W. Maple, West Bloomfield. Free.
RSVP: Fran, 248-592-5032.

FRIDAY, JULY 15

HAWAIIAN SHABBAT

6 pm. Leisure and tropical attire — even
grass skirts — can be worn to annual
"Hawaiian Shirt Picnic" outdoors at Temple
Emanu-El, Oak Park. Family friendly meal
catered by Pronto! before Shabbat service
at 7. Dinner: $10 age 11-adult; $5 age 10 and
under. RSVP by July 12 with choice of ham-
burger or veggie burger: emanuel-mich.org
or 248-967-4020.

SHABBAT OUTSIDE

7:30 pm. Weekly outdoor "Shabbat Under
the Stars" service follows picnic supper at 6
— bring your own or RSVP for buffet dinner
— at Temple Israel, West Bloomfield. Dinner:
$12 age 13-adult/free for younger; also
offered Aug. 5. RSVP: sandi@temple-israel.
org or 248-661-5700.

SUNDAY, JULY 17

YOUNG ADULTS TO PLAY

Noon-3 pm. Hillel of Metro Detroit invites
young adults for beach volleyball and bar-
becue at Heritage Park, 27300 Farmington
Road, Farmington Hills. RSVP by July 14:
hilleldetroit@umd.umich.edu or Karen, 313-
577-3459.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 20

JAZZ LEGEND AT JCC

7:30 pm. Clarinetist and recording artist
Anat Cohen, a native of Tel Aviv, performs in
Berman Center for Performing Arts at West
Bloomfield JCC. $10 adult/$5 age 12 and
younger. www.jccdet.org or 248-661-1900.

SATURDAY, JULY 23

CAMP OUT IN TENTS

4 pm. Young families welcome at "Camp
Imagine" outside Temple Israel, West
Bloomfield. Dinner, Havdalah, campfire
s'mores, singing, night under the stars and
Sunday breakfast. Held indoors if raining.
$20/adult, $10/age 2 and older. RSVP by
July 15: michelle@temple-israel.org or 248-
661-5700.

SATURDAY, AUG. 13

EASTERN MARKET EATS

9:30-11:30 am. Linda Yellin of Feet on
the Street Tours leads strolling and tast-
ing tour, "Come Hungry, Leave Happy," at
Eastern Market, Detroit. Repeated Sept.
10. Book early: www.feetonthestreet.com.

KADIMA GOLF

1 pm. Shotgun start for outing at Franklin
Hills Country Club, Farmington Hills. Benefit
for Kadima's Zussman Activity Center. $300
includes lunch, dinner, auction. RSVP: www.
kadimacenter.org or 248-559-8235, ext. 118.

Jewish Educators
Pick New Leadership

The 2011-2012 Metropolitan Detroit
Board of Jewish Educators officers are
Nicole Jahr, president; Jodi Gross, vice
president; Arlene Keller, treasurer; Gail
Galles and Keren Alpert, secretaries.
The MDBJE is composed of local
education directors and principals. It
meets monthly to share concerns and
works closely with the Alliance for

ISSUE DATE:
07/14/2011
DEADLINE:
06/30/2011

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RATES:
• Listing in
Print only:

Print version
only of listing:
$100 per listing

7 pm. DIA Founders Junior Council pres-
ents contemporary fashion show at Detroit
Institute of Arts to benefit the art museum.
Opportunities vary by ticket price: $75 indi-
vidual, $175 for 300 individuals, $500 for
90 couples. www.foundersjuniorcouncil.org
or 313-833-7899.

JN's Calendar by Esther Allweiss Ingber.

Send listings by noon Tuesday,

nine days prior to publication.

E-mail listings and questions to

calendar@thejewishnews.com .

For telephone inquiries,

call David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

Jewish Education.
The monthly meetings include
opportunities to collaborate on pro-
gramming and curriculum, and to
keep congregational education vital,
with the knowledge that the majority
of local Jewish children receive their
formal Jewish education in supple-
mental religious schools. The MDBJE
also meets regularly to participate in
opportunities for professional growth.

Sample page
of listings

NAME

• Listing on
Web only:

nset of
actual listing

Online version
of listing:
$125 per listing

• BOTH Print and Web:

Your listing will appear in both
print and on our online version:

THURSDAY, AUG. 18

FASH BASH

BIZ NAME
Address Line
Address Line
Phone number
e-mail
web address

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$200 ANNUAL FEE

HOW TO SEND IN LISTINGS:

MONDAY, JULY 18

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Listings will be need to be
submitted as the following:
Business Name, address, phone
number, e-mail and/or Web
site address PLUS a 35 word
description of your
company. (See example above.)

Get your business listing in the new JN Community
Directory online and in a special section of our July
14th issue of the Detroit Jewish News.

This annual print section will be promoted as part of
the launch of the Community Directory as a feature on
the new JN website, www.thejewishnews.com . Be a part
of this community resource from the start!

The Benefits to Advertising: You have the option to put
your ad in print, on the web or BOTH for one affordable low price. Get your
name out there to our affluent readers. Statistics show this community has
$2.4 billion to spend in Oakland County alone.

Print:

The print version will be available to print readers and online
subscribers as part of our digital edition with live links to your website. (See
example of a print listing above.)

Web: The web rate includes a listing in the digital Community Directory
on the new www.thejewishnews.com for one year. Web listings are viewable
by the general public (no subscription necessary), fully searchable and also
link directly to your website or email.

That's DIRECT ADVERTISING for a low cost of $12.50 a month!

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