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If you are not wearing it... sell it!...
or BORROW on it!

>> calendar

HOW TO SEND IN LISTINGS: Send listings by noon Tuesday, nine days prior to publication.
Email listings and questions to calendar@thejewishnews.com. For telephone inquiries,
call David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

You

can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
deposit box. Sell or borrow on it for immediate cash.
We deal in jewelry, watches, diamonds and coins.

Much To Do!

VARIOUS TIMES

CAREGIVER SUPPORT

Dorothy & Peter Brown Adult Day Care
Program holds free monthly support groups.
Daytime meetings are for family caregivers
of older adults with memory loss. Evening
meetings are for family caregivers of all
older adults.
• At Fleischman Residence, 6710 W Maple,
West Bloomfield: Monday, July 15, 7-9 pm
and Thursday, July 18, 2-4 pm. RSVP: Fran
Cook 248-592-5032 or fcook@jslmi.org .
• At JVS, 29699 Southfield Rd., Southfield:
Tuesday, July 9, 1:30 3:30 pm and Monday,
July 15, 5:30-7 p.m. RSVP: Dorothy Moon,
248-233-4392 or dmoon@jvsdet.org .

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A service to
Private Owners,
Banks & Estate

raiser at Rivard Plaza along the Detroit
Riverfront. RSVP: www.walkrunremember.
corn. Information: Kishon Harbert at khar-
bert@hom.org or 313-578-6268.

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REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE

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33700 Woodward Ave. • Between 14 Mile & mcoln • Birmingham,

9 am 3:45 pm. Interfaith conference offers
workshops on theme "Reproductive Justice:
Whose Choice Is It?" Keynote address by
State Rep. Vicki Barnett (D-Farmington
Hills). At First Unitarian Universalist Church,
4605 Cass in Detroit. Co-sponsors include
National Council of Jewish Women and
Planned Parenthood. $15 includes meal; $5
student or low-income. Information: Randy
Block, 248-549-5170.

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248-644-8565

MI

MONDAY, JULY 15

SUNDAYS, JULY 7 & 14

DONATE USED ITEMS

9 am noon. Donate gently used housewares,
baby goods, toys, bikes, electronics, tools,
small furniture (chairs, coffee tables, etc.),
dorm-sized refrigerators and miscellany (no
computers) for an upcoming rummage sale
at Cong. B'nai Moshe, West Bloomfield. Sale
begins July 21. Information: 248-788-0600.

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MONDAY, JULY 8

WOMEN'S CIRCLE

7 pm. Downtown Synagogue's Rosh Hodesh
Women's Circle will meet under the arch at
Hart Plaza and proceed to the Riverwalk
to discuss the Friday night prayer "Woman
of Valor." Rain location: Starbucks at
Woodward and Mack. Information: Sydney
Skully, srskully@comcast.net .

FRIDAY, JULY 12

GOLF VS. CANCER

QUALITY KOSHER

8 am and 1 pm. Golf and tennis fundraiser
benefits patient programs at Beaumont
Troy's Wilson Cancer Resource Center. At
Pine Lake Country Club, Orchard Lake.
Information: Lora Cabarios, 248-964-8173.

catering

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ISRAELI MOVIE

6:30 pm. Director Maya Kenig's Off White
Lies explores the rocky relationship of a
daughter and father at the onset of the
Lebanon War. At Livonia Civic Center
Public Library, 32777 W. Five Mile, Livonia.
Nominated for three Israeli Academy
Awards. Free. Information: 734-466-2491.

WWW.QUALITYKOSHER.COM
248-352-7758

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Art Dubin, formerly of D'Pauli's, is our chef

FAMILY DINING

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

CSZ SENIORS

Restaurant

1 pm. Shaarey Zedek Seniors present Andy
Desso and his accordion at the Southfield
shut. Information: Janet, 248-357-5544 or
jpont@shaareyzedek.org .

Jpen daily from 7a.m-10p.m.

Our Everyday
Breakfast Special

JVS NETWORKING

9 am. JVS presents speed networking at
Wayne State University Oakland Center,
33737 W.12 Mile, Farmington Hills. Job
seekers have a brief chance to meet with
local employers to practice their job "pitch,"
hone conversation skills and receive candid
feedback. Information: Judy Richmond,
jrichmond@jvsdet.org or 248-233-4232.

SUNNY SHABBAT

5:45 pm. Adat Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills' "Shabbat in the Sun," led
by Hazzan Dan Gross, Rabbi Rachel Shere
and Dan Shere. Hot dog (and veggie dog)
barbecue follows. $3/person or $15/family
maximum. RSVP: Debi Banooni, 248-626-
2153 or dbanooni@adatshalom.org .

HARRY POTTER DINNER

6:30 pm. Muggles can enjoy a magical Hillel
of Metro Detroit Shabbat feast. At Oak Park
JCC. $8 payable in advance. Housing avail-
able. RSVP by July 11. Information: Neil,
hilleled@wayne.edu or 313-577-3459.

SATURDAY, JULY 13

HOSPICE FUNDRAISER

7 am. Hospice of Michigan will hold its
Fourth Annual 5K Race & Remember fund-

$3,49

THURSDAY, JULY 18

hash browns
2 eggs, meat,

and toast 7am-llam
Monday - Friday

ONE-DAY CAMP

10 am 4 pm. Variety of fun, learning activi-
ties for ages 4-7. At Henry Ford Hospital
Demonstration Kitchen, 6777 W. Maple in
West Bloomfield. $60, including lunch; $50
for sibling. Also offered Aug. 22. RSVP
required: dk@hfhs.org or 248-325-3890.

LUNCH
$ 5 OFF

(over $15.00)

248-351-0777

Expires 7/15/13.
Not good on daily specials.
Before taxes.

www.rfamilydining.com

DINNER
$5 OFF

29221 Northwestern Hwy.
(at 12 Mile)
Southfield, MI 48034

*Kids under 10 years old eat
off the children's menu for

9.99 Every Monday!

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(over $20.00)

10% DISCOUNT FOR SENIORS EVERY DAY
EXCEPT HOLIDAY AND SPECIALS

Expires 7/15/13.
Not good on daily specials.
Before taxes.

Carry Out, Catering and Delivery Available

*one child per adult

1847620

RIVER CRUISE

7:30 10 pm. Young adults will cruise the
Detroit River with Diamond Jack River
Tours. Co-sponsors are Hillel of Metro
Detroit, CommunityNEXT and Isaac Agree
Downtown Synagogue. Boat boarding at
Stroh's River Place Docks, 201 Joseph
Campau. Floating party includes food and
cash bar. $10 in advance; $15 dockside.
Information/RSVP: communityNXT.com/
summerterm; Neil, hilleled@wayne.edu or
248-577-3459.

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DOWNTOWN BOOK CLUB

7 pm. Downtown Synagogue Book Group
discusses short story, The Way Out," by
Joseph Hayyim Brenner at Starbucks on
Woodward and Mack. It gives a picture of
the suffering and disillusionment during the
early Zionist days in Palestine. Information:
Sydney Skully, srskully@comcast.net .

OU KOSHER ALERT

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Brands:

Spice Classics

Products:

(1)Beef Flavor Bouillon
(2)Chicken Flavor Bouillon

Company:

Han-Dee Pak Inc., Cockeysville, MD

Issue:

Unauthorized OU

UPC 52100020853
UPC 52100020846

Spice Classics Beef Flavor Bouillon and Chicken Flavor Bouillon
bear an unauthorized OU mark. The Orthodox Union does
not certify these products and they are not kosher. Corrective
actions have been implemented.

JN

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