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At last year's hunger walk: Ben and Ken Bernard of Farmington Hills, Sandy
Nickerson of Southfield and June Stillman, Melissa Strome, Lea Luger, Jacob

Strome and Karee Strome, all of West Bloomfield.

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April 19 2012

Support Yad Ezra
In Hunger Walk
Since 2003, Yad Ezra, along with the
Baldwin Center, St. Alexander's Food
Cupboard and the Salvation Army, have
joined forces to educate the community
about global hunger by participating in
a CROP (Communities Responding to
Overcome Poverty) Hunger Walk, sched-
uled for Sunday, May 6, in downtown
Farmington.
It begins at the First United Methodist
Church, 33112 Grand River, with regis-

'Art Of Marriage' Course
Looks At Jewish Tradition
A new series of classes on the secrets of
successful marriage begins the week of
April 29.
All are invited to
attend the six-session
course, presented
by the Tugman Bais
Chabad Torah Center
in West Bloomfield in
partnership with the
Federation's Alliance
for Jewish Education. It
Rabbi Shneur
will
be taught by Rabbi
Silberberg
Shneur Silberberg of
the Torah Center. The
course is produced by the Chabad Rohr
JLI (Jewish Learning Institute).
Classes will be offered twice weekly, 11
a.m. Sundays beginning April 29 at Bais
Chabad, and 7 p.m. Thursdays beginning
May 3 at the Max M. Fisher Federation
Building in Bloomfield Township.
Each class covers an independent, com-
plete topic and will run approximately
one-and-a half-hours.
"The Art of Marriage" covers topics
such as how far one should go to make a
marriage work and when divorce is the
best option. Included are Jewish bedroom
secrets from ancient texts on how to
increase intimacy in marital relationships.
"A happy marriage is a major prior-
ity in Judaism and, therefore, the Torah
and Kabbalah has a long history of look-

tration at 1 p.m. The 10K and 3K walks
start at 1:30. Walkers are asked to get
sponsorships.
This year, Melissa Strome, daughter
of Karee and Michael Strome of West
Bloomfield, is participating in the walk
with her family in honor of her bat
mitzvah at Temple Kol Ami in West
Bloomfield.
For information on participating in
the walk or sponsoring a walker, contact
Lea Luger at (248) 548-3663 or
lea@yadezra.



ing to enhance our relationships:' said
Silberberg.
The course is designed to appeal to
students at all levels of Jewish knowledge,
including those without any prior experi-
ence or background in Jewish learning.
All JLI courses are open to the public, and
attendees need not be affiliated with a
synagogue.
Interested students may call (248) 207-
5513, email Rabbishneur@baischabad.
corn or visit www.baischabad.com/j1i for
registration and information. Scholarships
are available.

Comedienne Featured At
Planned Parenthood Event
Carol Leifer, Emmy Award-winning
actress, comic and writer for shows
including Modern Family and Seinfeld, is
the featured speaker at this year's Planned
Parenthood Mid and
lilt
South Michigan Tribute
Luncheon noon-2 p.m.
Tuesday, April 24, at the
Troy Marriott.
She is the author of the
book When You Lie About
• Y our Age, The Terrorists
Carol Leifer
Win, about growing up
Jewish, facing breast can-
cer and coming out as a
lesbian in her 40s.
Tickets start at $85, with patron sponsor-
ships from $150-$5,000. Register online at
www.plannedparenthooddetroit.org .

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