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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-08-18

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The expertise of

DMC Cardio Team One

is in your neighborhood

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INSTITUTE

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 24

BACKPACK PROJECT

10 am. Sort school supplies going to
homeless children in Oakland County at
National Council of Jewish Women/Greater
Detroit Section, 26400 Lahser, Suite 306,
Southfield. Backpacks will be filled starting
10 am Thursday. Children/grandchildren also
welcome to help. mails ncjwgds.org or 248-
355-3300, ext. 0.

TSS GARAGE SALE

10 am-6 pm. Gently used clothing, books,
housewares, toys and more sold through
Friday at home of Jean Scott Fox, across
from Temple Shir Shalom, at 5430 Doherty
Drive, West Bloomfield. Proceeds for TSS
Sisterhood Treasury Fund, distributed to
mitzvah projects in the community. Jean,
248-539-4827.

OPERA TALK

Noon. Dr. Wallace Peace presents preview
of the fall opera season at luncheon open to
community seniors at Temple Israel, West
Bloomfield. $12 Temple Israel Treasures
members; $14 others. RSVP with payment,
due by Aug. 20, to Temple Israel, 5725
Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI
48323. Questions: Beverly, 248-788-2573.

blankets together at Temple Israel, West
Bloomfield. Donations will go to Detroit
kindergartners in need at Marcus Garvey
Academy. RSVP: michelle@temple-israel.org
or 248-661-5700.

Joel Kahn, M.D., Medical Director of Wellness Programs,
Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation at
Detroit Medical Center Cardiovascular Institute is now
seeing patients in Novi, Clinton Township and Detroit.

OUTSTATE ISRAEL RALLY

5:30-7 pm. Pro-Israel supporters from
all over Michigan will attend interfaith
solidarity rally, "America & Israel Standing
Together," at Rosa Parks Circle in downtown
Grand Rapids. Keynoter will be Republican
Pete Hoekstra, former U.S. congressman
running for U.S. Senate. Volunteers for
Israel arranging carpools: Contact Ed,
eskohl@comcast.net.

PRAGER-TELUSHKIN BOOK

7 pm. Monthly book group will discuss

Dr. Kahn is
an employed member of the
DMC Medical Group.

With an emphasis on disease prevention and reversal, Dr. Kahn has
been advising patients on heart healthy programs for over 20 years.
He has performed thousands of cardiac catheterizations and stent
procedures, and published over 100 articles and book chapters on
treating heart disease.

• Graduate: University of Michigan Medical School
• Advanced training in angioplasty
• Clinical Professor of Medicine at Wayne State University

Office Locations:

4160 John R., Suite 817
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 993-7921

Nine Questions People Ask About Judaism
by Dennis Prager and Joseph Telushkin
at Downtown Synagogue, Detroit. Sydney
Skully facilitates. Free. 313-962-4047 or
downtownsynagogue@gmail.com .

To make an appointment call 313-993-7921

//000 12 Mile Rd., Ste. 211
Novi, MI 48377
(313) 993-7921

33720 Harper Ave.
Clinton Twp., MI 48035
(313) 993-7921

DMC

DETROIT MEDICAL CENTER

LOCAL COMEDIAN

always there.

8 pm. Huntington Woods native Nate
Fridson performs on bill with headliner
Nathan Macintosh through Saturday at
Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle, 310 S. Troy,
Royal Oak. $10; $15 Friday-Saturday. www.
comedycastle.com or 248-542-9900.

Home of

CARDIO TEAM ONE

1-888-DMC-2500 • DMC.org

WIT OF GEORGE BURNS

1:30 pm. Discussion of the late comedian
George Burns' book 100 Years, 100 Stories
in Room 205 at West Bloomfield JCC. $3.
Ilene, 248-788-0358.

THURSDAY, AUG. 25

FILMMAKER FOR NCJW

Deadline day. National Council of Jewish
Women/Greater Detroit Section presents
award-winning filmmaker Alexandria Pelosi,
luncheon speaker at noon, during "Women
of Vision 2011," 10 am-3 pm Thursday, Sept.
8, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield.
Boutique shopping. Also, community service
honors for Toby Arons, Wendy Wagenheim
and the Jewish Dental Clinic. Contribution
levels: $100-$1,000. $45 speaker only.
RSVP: Pay online, www.ncjwgds.org or send
check, NCJW/GDS, 26400 Lahser, Suite
306, Southfield, MI 48033. 248-355-3300.

CURRENT EVENTS

10:30 am. David Weiner facilitates discus-
sion at Oak Park JCC. Free. Rosa, 248-967-
4030, ext. 2012.

JCC BOOK CLUB

1 pm. The JCC Book Club will discuss A
Gate at the Stairs by Lorrie Moore at Oak
Park JCC. Newcomers welcome. Free. 248-
967-4030.

FRIDAY, AUG. 26

YIDDISH CULTURE

10 am.-10 pm. International Assn. of
Yiddish Clubs, largest Yiddish speaking
federation in the world, presents "Yiddish
Alive" conference, at Sheraton Hotel, Novi.
Hours vary through Monday. Musical enter-
tainment, including Temple Israel's Cantor
Michael Smolash and Cantorial Soloist Neil
Michaels, Circle Chorus of Workmen's Circle/
Arbeter Ring (WC/AR) Michigan District,
Yiddish performer Adrienne Cooper of
national and New York WC/AR, former
Detroiter Daniel Kahn and Painted Bird
Band from Berlin. Registration options
include meals. www.derbay.org/novi or
Jerry, gerx33@comcast.net or 248-980-
5641.

SHABBAT IN PARK

6 pm. Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield,
invites young families to bring dairy or
parve picnic supper to casual Shabbat ser-
vice in Heritage Park, 24725 Farmington
Road, Farmington Hills. Fresh challah and
camp-style Shabbat sing-along. If weather
uncertain, confirm program status with
Megan: 248-357-5544, ext. 43.

ROAD RALLY

BLANKET PROJECT

6:30 pm. Singles and couples, ages 21-40,
will drive in 4-6 person groups (your own
or arranged) looking for clues at annual
Imagine Road Rally sponsored by Temple
Israel, West Bloomfield. Starts at temple
and ends at Coach Insignia in the RenCen,
Detroit. $20 per person includes snacks,
appetizers, dessert and prizes. Open to the
community. RSVP by Aug. 22: michelle®
temple-israel.org or 248-661-5700.

2:30 pm. Social Action Network & Caring
Community invites community to make

Much To Do! on page 22

SENIORS' DANCE

1-2:30 pm. Glassman Party for seniors
features music of Billy Rose and desserts of
Matt Prentice at West Bloomfield JCC. $3.
RSVP: Rosa, 248-967-4030, ext. 2012.

Sidewalk Sale

At these fine stores &
shops of Lincoln Center

Advance America

Magic-Touch Beauty Salon

Aldi

Metropolitan Dry Cleaners

Ashley Stewart

Mookey's Beans & Greens

Book Beat

Payless Shoe Source

C W Price*

Radio Shack

Dollar Castle

Rainbow Apparel

Dots

Sassy's Uniforms

Errol Sherman Foot Care

Secretary of State

Four Sisters Fashions

Street Corner Music

Instant Tax Service

Suit Den

Jackie's Fashions

Suzanne's Bread
Basket Deli

Kmart

LA Insurance

Lee's Beauty Supply

T-Nails

White Castle/
Church's Chicken

Lincoln Barber Shop

* indicates new store

LINCOLN CENTER

Greenfield at 10/ Mile

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August 19-21 Friday, Saturday & Sunday

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