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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Mumford Class
Of '62 Reunion

Detroit Mumford High School class
of 1962 will hold its 50-year reunion
Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Somerset Inn
in Troy. Reservations may be made at
the class website www.mumford62.
corn, where you can find information
about the weekend's planned events.

Synagogue Chooses
Learning Director

Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington
Hills welcomes Melissa Ser on staff this
summer as the synagogue's new direc-
tor of congregational learning. She will
integrate Adat Shalom's educational
programming, spanning the preschool
years through religious school, and into
teen-age and adult learning.
Ser has been work-
ing in formal and
informal education
for 20 years. She has
taught all ages, from
preschoolers through
senior citizens, in
classrooms, camp
settings, nursing
Melissa Ser
homes and even on
ropes courses. She
has spent many summers working in
Jewish camping, both overnight and
day camps, and developing curricula
and programming, including creative
endeavors in Jewish literature and the-
ater.

JARC Jewelry
Make Its Debut
JARC will premiere an exclusive line

of JARC jewelry from 7-8:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 26, at Heartwear
Designs, 235 S. Old Woodward,
Birmingham. The sterling silver pieces,
designed by owners Marcy and Michael
Feldman, feature heart pendants and
bracelets for women, and cufflinks and
lapel pins for men.
"The hand-
made pieces
were created
with love for
a remarkable
organiza-
tion:' Michael
Feldman said.
"Marcy and I
Handmade JARC
are honored to
bracelet
play a role in
helping JARC to
continue to enrich the lives of people
with [developmental] disabilities in our
community, for those served today as
well as for future generations:'
The Feldmans are longtime support-
ers of JARC. Michael is a past presi-
dent and now serves on its Presidents
Council. Previously, the Feldmans
designed pins given to longtime JARC
staffers.
Prices for the current jewelry

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range from $50 to $150; all proceeds
from sales will go to JARC, based in
Farmington Hills. Additionally, a per-
cent of all sales at Heartwear Designs
from April 26 through Tuesday, May 1,
will be donated to JARC.
For more information, contact
Lindsey Fox-Wagner, JARC's develop-
ment and community relations coordi-
nator, at lindseyfoxwagner@jarc.org or
(248) 538 6610 ext. 349.

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Sail The Chai Seas
At Temple Kol Ami

Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield
will host "The Chai Seas at Kol Ami," its
annual spring fundraiser in its newly
decorated social hall at 7 p.m. May 12.
Each cruise ticket includes entry,
dessert bar, drinks, music and $100 in
chips to use to play poker, blackjack,
craps and roulette. Participants can use
their winnings on items in a Chinese
auction. The fundraising evening also
will include a silent auction.
This event is for those ages 21 and
older. Advance tickets are $50; tickets at
the door are $60. Even those who can-
not attend can buy raffle tickets: one
for $18, three for $50 or eight for $100.
Three cash raffle prizes — $750, $500
and $250 — will be awarded. Table
sponsorship also is available for $360,
which includes two admissions and
eight raffle tickets.
For details or to purchase tickets, call
Temple Kol Ami, (248) 661-0040.

Gallery Exhibit
Is A Can-Do

The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's Janice Charach
Gallery will host "Kindness Can Make a
Difference a one-of-a-kind exhibit that
is both art and an opportunity to help
Metro Detroit families in need from
May 20-July 20.
"Kindness Can Make a Difference"
will open at noon Sunday, May 20, and
is free and open to the community. It
will feature sculptures created by six
teams of artists, engineers and set
builders who worked with nothing but
food items. Each team had two weeks
to create its "canstructions."
At the conclusion of the exhibit, the
food will be donated to local pantries.
(The Gallery will continue to accept
food donations through the end of the
exhibit.)
"We wanted to create an exhibit that
will both be creative, artistic and ben-
eficial to the many families in our area
who need help:' said Gallery Director
Terri Stearn. "We also hope this will
inspire others to do acts of kindness of
any kind."
The Gallery is at the JCC, 6600 W.
Maple Road in West Bloomfield. For
information, contact gallery@jccdet.
org. Hours are Sunday noon to 4 p.m.
and Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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