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February 9 m 2012

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Film And Panel
Looks At Autism
FOX 2 News anchor Sherry Margolis
will facilitate a multidisciplinary dis-
cussion on autism, following a screen-
ing of the Emmy Award-winning HBO
movie Temple Grandin, 7 p.m. Sunday,
Feb.12, at Congregation Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield.
The movie tells the inspiring story of
Temple Grandin, animal behavioral sci-
entist and one of the most accomplished
and well-known adults with autism in the
world. Participants will have the opportu-
nity to ask questions of a panel of experts.
The program will be followed by a des-
sert reception. Advanced registration is
$5; $10 at the door. Nirim out-of-network
credits will be available. RSVP:
jewishdetroit.org/grandin or call Ellen
Maiseloff at (248) 205-2533.

B'nai Moshe Presents
Saturday Night Movies
Congregation B'nai Moshe in West
Bloomfield will be showing three Jewish-
oriented films at 8 p.m. Saturday evenings
this month. The features, with free admis-
sion, include:
• Feb. 11: The Frisco Kid.
• Feb. 18: Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles
Project.
• Feb. 25: Europa Europa.
Doors open at 7:30. For information,
call (248) 788-0600.

Divorce Support Group
For Kids And Parents
SPACE for Changing Families is forming
a divorce support group for school-age
children and their parents, Rainbows,
starting 7 p.m. Monday, March 12, at
Birmingham Temple in Farmington
Hills. There is a $10 fee per family for
materials.
To RSVP, call (248) 355-9936 or email
space@ncjwgds.org . Space for Changing
Families is a nonsectarian community
service.

JCC Talent Show
Includes Special Needs
The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's Thursday Night
Social Group will host the second
annual "JCC's Got Talent!" from 6-8
p.m. Thursday, March 1, at the Berman
Center for the Performing Arts.
This inclusive show will include the
talents of individuals with special needs
and is open to the entire community.
The cost is $4 (which includes a $1
service charge), and tickets may be
ordered at www.theberman.org.
Anyone interested in participating
can contact Leah Delahanty in the JCC's
Special Needs Department at (248) 432-
5457 or Idelahanty@jccdet.org , by Feb.
12.
In addition to the talent show, the
evening will feature projects from Art
from the Heart for sale before and after
the event.

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ZOA Offers Scholarships
To Israel-Bound Teens
The Zionist Organization of America-
Michigan Region is offering scholarships
of up to $1,000 to outstanding middle
and high school students participating
in an organized educational trip to Israel
(for example, Teen Mission 2012, BBYO,
NFTY, NCSY and USY summer trips or
yearlong study).
To be eligible to apply for a scholarship,
students need to first participate in ZOA-
MI's first-annual Israel Education Student
Workshop 1-6 p.m. Sunday, March 18, at
the West Bloomfield JCC. Workshop topics
will include Israel's 3,000-year history, the
Arab-Israeli conflict, Jewish heritage and
Israel advocacy.
Scholarship applications will be handed
out at the workshop and applicants will
submit an essay and may participate in
an interview with the ZOA Scholarship
Committee.

JCC To Honor Four
At Florida Golf Event
The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit will host the sixth
annual JCC Michigan-Florida Golf Classic
on Tuesday, March 13, at the Boca Lago
Country Club in Boca Raton.
The event will honor Bernice Garon
and Robert Feldman and Lauren and
Marvin Daitch, all of Delray Beach, with
proceeds benefitting the JCC's Center
Day Camps, the Sarah & Irving Pitt Child
Development Center and programming
for children with special needs.
In addition to golf, this year's Classic
features card games and mah jong.
Bernice Garon is group coordinator for
the American Cancer Society, a docent
at the Holocaust Memorial Center and a
teacher at Hillel Day School.
Robert Feldman is a sport enthusiast
whose passions include golf, baseball and
boxing.
Lauren and Marvin Daitch are long-
time activists in the Metro Detroit
community. Marvin works in com-
mercial mortgage banking, real estate
management and development. Lauren
Daitch has been active with the Jewish
Federation's Women's board of directors,
board of governors and advisory commit-
tee and serves on the boards of JFS and
the Federation Apartments.
For information, call Mort Plotnick at
(248) 210-8489 or Geta Richman at (561)
272-5917.

Young Composers
Compete For Prize
The Guild of Temple Musicians is pleased
to announce its criteria for the 2013
Young Composers Award, available to
Jewish composers ages 18-35 for an origi-
nal work of quality music appropriate for
the concert hall and synagogue worship.
The winner receives $2,500, and the
work will be premiered at a convention in
June 2013. For information, visit
www.thegtm.org .

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