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Longevity Health Institute

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Donate Wigs To Aid
Cancer Patients
Renew Hair & Skin Center is collect-
ing new or gently used wigs to donate
to the American Cancer Society
(ACS). The society will provide donat-
ed wigs to those in need, particularly
to those experiencing hair loss due to
treatment.
The third annual "Wig Out" will be
held Monday-Saturday, Oct. 21-26, at
Renew's offices, 30150 Telegraph, Suite
173, Bingham Farms. On Monday,
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Renew will feature
local vendors who will donate a per-
centage of their proceeds to ACS.
For information, call (248) 723-
6398 or visit www.renewhs.com .

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October 17 • 2013

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B'nai Moshe Sisterhood
Hosts Women Of Faiths
Congregation B'nai Moshe Sisterhood
will present, "Five Women, Five
Journeys" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29,
at the West Bloomfield synagogue.
Five guest speakers from WISDOM
(Women's Interfaith Solutions for
Dialogue and Outreach in Metro
Detroit), will share their personal
stories of different faith traditions.
WISDOM includes members of the
Baha'i, Jewish, Christian, Hindu,
Muslim and Sikh faiths. The speakers
will discuss challenges faced within
their own faiths and their individual
journeys toward interfaith interac-
tions.
The program is open to the commu-
nity. The event is free, but donations
are appreciated. Light refreshments
will be served.
RSVP to (248) 760-6416 or
sisterhoodcbml@gmail.com by Friday,
Oct. 25.

JNF Breakfast Hosts
Israeli Journalist
The Jewish National
Fund will host a free
breakfast featuring
journalist Gil
Tamary at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday, Nov. 10, at
Temple Shir Shalom
in West Bloomfield.
Gil Tamary
Tamary is the
Washington bureau
chief for Israel's
Channel 10 News and is known by
virtually every Israeli as a top news
reporter. He has worked for Israel
Broadcasting Authority, Israel Public
Radio, and as anchor and chief editor of
Good Morning Israel. He covers a wide
range of Middle East issues from the
U.S. for Israel TV and the IDF radio.
Register online at jnf.org/shirsha-
lom or RSVP to RSVPmidweststates@
jnf.org or (248) 324-3080 by Nov. 4.

Bingo Is Back
At Beth Ahm
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Ahm in West
Bloomfield
is sponsor-
ing a bingo
event at 7 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 27.
Doors open at 6:15.
There will be cash
prizes and refreshments. The $20
cover charge includes one card per
game.
For information, call Shelley or
Harvey at (248) 864-8460.

Wine & Chocolate Event
Aids Beth El Food Charity
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
will host a palate-pleasing "Wine
& Chocolate" party to benefit the
temple's Mitzvah Meal program. The
program, in cooperation with Hiller's
Markets, has provided more than
95,000 meals to 6,000 individuals
since 2009.
Each Mitzvah Meal package pro-
vides a family of four with sufficient
food for five meals. The food is pro-
vided by Hiller's and packaged one
Tuesday each month by a crew of
temple volunteers. Funding for the
program comes largely from individ-
ual donations to the Temple Mitzvah
Meals Fund.
The 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, event
will feature wine and chocolate
tastings, nibbles by Cutting Edge
Cuisine, coffee tastings by Chazzano
Coffee, musical entertainment and a
silent auction.
Tickets are $15. For reservations,
make checks payable and mail to
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth El,
7400 Telegraph, Bloomfield Hills, MI
48301.
For information, contact Harriet
Cooperman, chair, at (248) 321-9023
or hscooperman@sbcglobal.net .

Comedy Concert
To Fight Bullying
"Bullying is No Joke" is a comedy
fundraiser taking place 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 26, in support of
anti-bullying. The event will feature
JB Smoove (aka Leon Black from
HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm) and is
presented by Defeat the Label in con-
junction with Funny or Die.
Proceeds will benefit Defeat the
Label, a 501(c)3 organization that
creates critical awareness of bully-
ing issues through the execution of
awareness campaigns, community
outreach and special events.
Tickets are $75, $150 or $275 and
are available at www.theberman.org .

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