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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER
SEPTEMBER 22, 2011

Detroit Athletic Club

Detroit Public TV and our co-chairs,

Lauren & Phillip Fisher, proudly recognize

this year's PBS Premiere Night honorees:

Allan Gilmour

Detroit Public Television Visionaq Award

Much To Do!

ONGOING

MONDAY, AUG. 15

KIDS' SOCKS & SHOES

CURRENT EVENTS

Through Aug. 17. Donation drive organized
by Michigan Podiatric Medical Association
to help children in grades K-8 from needy
families. Eight Oakland County locations will
take new items only. They include: Feet First
Podiatry in West Bloomfield, 248-624-8338;
Lakes Foot & Ankle Assoc. in Commerce,
248-360-388; and NorthPointe Foot & Ankle
in Berkley, 248-545-0100.

2 pm. Linda Garfield facilitates discussion
in Room 205 at West Bloomfield JCC. $3.
248-967-4030.

STORE HELPS YAD EZRA

Through Sept. 24. The Southfield Meijer
store, W.12 Mile and Telegraph, is assisting
Berkley-based Yad Ezra kosher food pantry.
Purchase a "Simply Give" card for $10 at
the check-out. Amount raised from card
sales along with store's donation will result
in a store credit given to Yad Ezra to pur-
chase food and toiletries for client families.

FRIDAY, AUG. 12

SHABBAT ROCKS

6 pm. Service at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills. Music by Marty Liebman
on keyboards, Dan Shere and Rabbi Aaron
Bergman on guitars and Chazzan Dan Gross
on the drums. Caren, 248-851-5100 or
charwood@adatshalom.org .

CAREGIVERS SUPPORT trl

5:30-7 pm. Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish
Community Adult Day Care Program of
Jewish Senior Life offers support group
for caregivers of older adults, held at JVS,
29699 Southfield Road in Southfield. Free.
RSVP: Dorothy, 248-233-4392.

FOOD & FIREWORKS

6:30 pm. Restaurant tastes, music by
Sunset Boulevard, fireworks to conclude
evening at Temple Shir Shalom, West
Bloomfield. Advance: $20 adult/$10 child
(ages 5-12); $5 more each category at door.
248-737-8700.

CAREGIVERS SUPPORT 1*2

7-9 pm. Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish
Community Adult Day Care Program of
Jewish Senior Life holds monthly support
group for caregivers of older adults, held at
Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza, 6710
W. Maple, West Bloomfield. Free. RSVP: Fran,
248-592-5032.

TUESDAY, AUG. 16

Phil Power and
The Center for Michigan

SATURDAY, AUG. 13

SENIOR DREAM CRUISE

CORN ROAST & FAIR

Detroit Public Television Partnership Au ard

9 am-4 pm. Games, eating contests, live
bands and farm fresh food to purchase at
annual corn roast and country fair at Royal
Oak Farmers Market, 11 Mile east of Main.
Adults can "dunk-a-cop" to benefit Royal
Oak Police Honor Guard. 248-246-3079.

1 pm. Vintage and classic cars, live enter-
tainment and refreshments outdoors at
Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza and
Meer Apartments, West Bloomfield. The
Active Life: 248-967-4030.

SIMPLY SHABBAT

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Richard E. Rassel
ii': Porter Leadership Award

John

10:30 am. Families with children ages 3-7
invited to Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield,
for Shabbat songs, interactive Torah games
and engaging Torah stories. Leah Gawel
leads. Free and drop-ins welcome. kdavis@
shaareyzedek.org or 248-357-5544, ext. 60.

SHABBAT LUNCH & LEARN

Follows Kiddush lunch. Rabbi Steven
Rubinstein lectures on "Can a Deaf Person
Use Sign Language to Have an Aliyah?"
at Cong. Beth Ahm, West Bloomfield. Free;
community welcome. RSVP: Nancy,
nancyellen879@att.net .

Rosalie & Bruce Rosen

Dolores & George Riley Steuwrdship Award

Jill Schubiner at 248 c-' 305'2'3737
or jschubiner@dptv.org

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August 11 * 2011

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17

'JOG YOUR MEMORY'

1:30 pm. Allen Vinocur leads program for
seniors in Room 205, West Bloomfield JCC.
$3. 248-967-4030.

SUNDAY, AUG. 14

COOL CARS DISPLAYED

To pay tribute to
this year's honorees in the
Premiere Night program book, contact

GAMES NIGHT

7-9 pm. Families may play basketball, mah
jongg, Monopoly, dominoes and card games
at fundraiser for Nothing but Nets at Temple
Kol Ami, West Bloomfield. Also games for
younger children. Global, grassroots cam-
paign helps prevent spread of malaria in
Africa. $18 family/$6 individual, includes
games and snacks. Donations of $10 or more
will go directly toward purchase/distribution
of an insecticide-treated family bed net.
RSVP: Julie@tkolami.org or 248-661-0040.

10 am-3 pm. Come by 9:30 to register
a favorite antique, classic, muscle and
special interest vehicle for show outside
Temple Israel, West Bloomfield. No judging.
Temple's Car Club and Brotherhood sponsor.
Suggested donations: $10 exhibitor, includes
hot dog and drink coupon; $5 admission.
RSVP: michelle@temple-israel.org or 248-
661-5700.

THURSDAY, AUG. 18

GAMES & LUNCH

11 am-4 pm. Bring players and favor-
ite games — such as mah jongg, bridge,
canasta, poker or Rummikub — to weekly
program with lunch at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Southfield. CSZ and its Sisterhood sponsor.
$5; pay at door. RSVP due Aug.15 and every
Monday throughout summer: Martha, mgold-
berg@shaareyzedek.org or 248-357-5544,
ext. 60.

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