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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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February 23 • 2012

Ann Arbor Synagogue
Hosts Cantor-Scholar
Beth Israel Congregation of Ann Arbor
welcomes Chazzan Henry Rosenblum
on March 23-24 as the Scholar in
Residence for its biennial Alfred and
Alice Rosenberg Adult Education
Weekend.
Rosenblum, the former dean of
the H.L. Miller Cantorial School and
College of Jewish Music at the Jewish
Theological Seminary, will present
three lectures over the two days as well
as lead the Friday evening service on
March 23.
With the exception of Friday night
dinner, for which there is a charge, all
events during the weekend are free and
open to the public.
On Friday, his topic is "Synagogue
Music as We Know It: How it all Began."
He will review the legacy of Salomon
Sulzer, Louis Lewandowski and Israel
Goldfarb, the three giants of synagogue
song, and how their own particular
vision has shaped the music that became
the basis of prayer services for the past
150 years.
The cantor will also speak after
Saturday morning services. At 7:45 p.m.,
he will discuss "Shlomo Carlebach: The
Man and His Music." Rosenblum will
share stories about Carlebach and teach
some of his melodies.
For information and Friday dinner
reservations, call (734) 665-9897.

JET Wins Grant From
State Arts Council
The Jewish Ensemble Theatre has been
awarded a grant of $6,000 from the
Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural
Affairs (MCACA). The grant was award-
ed through the MCACA peer review
process and was one of 233 applications
to compete for MCACA fiscal year 2012
funding. This grant will support the
general operations of the JET.
Organizations receiving a MCACA
grant award are expected to match those
funds with other public and private dol-
lars. JET fulfilled this requirement with
donations from foundations and indi-
viduals such as the Kresge Foundation
and MASCO Corporation Foundation.

Kids Can Be Authors At
JCC Jewish Book Fair
Young authors are welcome to submit
self-published books to the third annual
"Kids Can Be Authors, Too" program
during the 61st annual JCC Jewish Book
Fair.
The Jewish Community Center is
seeking young literary talent to present
their work in front of an audience and,
if they wish, to sell copies of their work.
The program will take place 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 11, at the JCC in Oak Park.
The program is open to Jewish stu-

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dents in grades 3-5 and 6-8. The entry
can be fiction or nonfiction (short stories
are acceptable), written and published as
part of a school curriculum. The entry
must be published in book form.
Submissions are due May 1. For an
entry form and guidelines, call (248)
967-4030, ext. 2006, or email mciesla@
jccdet.org.

An Evening Of Fun
On The Boardwalk
The Cancer Thrivers Network for Jewish
Women will host a fashion show by
Closet NV and Sundance Shoes 6-8:30
p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Closet NV
Eco-chic Consignment Shop on the
Boardwalk, 6889 Orchard Lake Road in
West Bloomfield.
Included will be wine, hors d'oeuvres
and desserts. The event is free and open
to the community For reservations, con-
tact Shelly Newman, (248) 737-0266 or
sred9@comcast.net .

OCC Women's Conference
To Be 'A Call to Wholeness'
The Womencenter of Oakland
Community College's Orchard Ridge
Campus in Farmington Hills will pres-
ent its 20th annual `A Call to Wholeness"
conference for women, Saturday, March
24.
The event will be 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
in the J Building. Admission is $40.
Early registration is encouraged.
The keynote presenter is Brenda
Strausz discussing "Live Your
Magnificence:'
Workshop topics include navigating
change, building healthy relationships,
creative writing, financial strategies, job
networking, assertiveness and organiz-
ing your home.
To RSVP, call Arlene Frank, (248) 522-
3642.

Public Relations Firm
Gives Pro Bono Services
Novi-based marketing, P.R. and social
media firm Shazaaam! Public Relations
announced the 10 recipients of the $1
million worth of pro bono services from
its Million Dollar Challenge. The firm,
founded by Adrienne Lenhoff, is cel-
ebrating its 10-year anniversary.
With more than 14,000 votes tallied,
the winners are Lighthouse of Oakland
County, Children's Cancer Recovery
Foundation, Salvation Army, Detroit
Institute of Arts, Vista Maria, the Pink
Fund, Motor City Blight Busters, Special
Dreams Farm, Angels of Hope, A Family
Cancer Foundation and Adopt a Rescue
Pet.
In addition, Shazaaam! will also gift
$5,000 each in pro bono services to the
Jewish organizations JARC, Kadima,
Hillel at Eastern Michigan University
and Hillel of Metro Detroit.

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