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Why is an AFHU Hebrew
University Gift Annuity
different from all others?

metro >> calendar

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SATURDAY, NOV. 16

WSU PEACE LECTURE

VETERANS SHABBAT

3 5 pm. Center for Peace and Conflict
Studies hosts Max Mark-Cranbrook Peace
Lecture, by NPR's Deborah Amos, and
Peacemaker Awards ceremony at Wayne
State University (WSU) Law School. One
honoree will be WSU professor and physicist
Alvin Saperstein. $5 lecture; free/WSU
student. VIP reception with dinner/dancing
at nearby McGregor Memorial Conference
Center: $60; $100 for two. Information: 313-
577-3453.

9 am. Shabbat service at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Southfield, will pay tribute to
congregants who defended our nation,
particularly during World War II. A listing
of veterans, living and deceased, will be
printed in a special program. Information:
Martha: mgoldberg@shaareyzedek.org or
248-357-5544.

It drives the next
generation of
technology.

SUNDAY, NOV. 17

SALON AIDS CHARITY

10 am 3 pm. MarioMax Salon, 4297
Orchard Lake Rd. in West Bloomfield,
will assist Humble Design, a Troy-based
nonprofit that repurposes gently used
household goods for the formerly homeless
in Detroit. Salon will donate all proceeds
from its services. Also, donations of tow-
els, dishes, pots and pans, lamps, linens
and more accepted. Information: Treger
Strasberg, 248-227-5051.

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BAGELS & BASICS

President Obama views Mobileye in action— see video at www.aflm.org/CGA2
On his recent state visit to Israel, President Obama received a demonstration of
Mobileye from Amnon Shashua, the Sachs Family Professor of Computer Sciences at
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mobileye, an Advanced Driver Assistance System,
saves lives and boosts automotive safety.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
is an engine of innovation and
discovery for Israel and our
global community.

When you create a secure AFHU
Hebrew University Gift Annuity—
with its high lifetime return, income
tax deduction and partially tax-free

payments—your annuity drives
Israeli-led innovation toward a
better and safer future.

AFHU Hebrew University
Gift Annuity Returns

Age

Rate

67
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6.2 0/0
6.5%
7.1%
8.o%

75
8o
85

90

9 .5 %

11.3%

Rates are calculated based on a
single life. Cash contributions produce
partially tax-free annuity income.

CALL OR EMAIL NOW.
THE RETURNS ARE GENEROUS.
THE CAUSE IS PRICELESS.

Share in the vision of Albert
Einstein, a founder of The Hebrew

University. Help propel a catalyst
for research and learning that
strengthens Israel and transforms
our world.

For information on AFHU Hebrew University
Gift Annuities, please call AFHU Midwest
Region Executive Director, Judith Shenkman at
(312) 329-0332 or email: jshenkman@afhu.org

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Research engine for the world. Engine of growth for a nation.

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AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
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November 7 • 2013

10:30 am. Red Thread columnist Debra
Darvick will speak on "Eight Teachings
for Following Your Dreams" and lead a
discussion. Her new book is This Jewish
Life, Stories of Discovery, Connection and
Joy. At Temple Kol Ami, West Bloomfield.
Information: 248-661-0040.

HUNGER PROJECT

1 pm.

Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue,
Detroit, seeks help with social action proj-
ect during annual Jewish/Muslim Twinning
Weekend. Volunteers needed to cook and
serve healthy food to the hungry who
visit the Muslim Center, 1605 W. Davison
in Detroit. Advance donations of food and
cash also requested. Information: Rabbi
Dorit Edut, mutzim@aol.com .

PROFESSORS SPEAK

1 2:30 pm. Frankel Center for Judaic
Studies and West Bloomfield JCC present
Frankel Center Author's Night featuring
Profs. Deborah Dash Moore, Zvi Gitelman,
Eileen Pollack and Ryan Szpiech at the
West Bloomfield JCC. Free. Information:
www.lsa.umich.edu/judaic/events.

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NAMING ISRAEL

2 pm. Lecture on The Debate over the
Name of the Jewish State-To-Be,1947-48,"
sponsored by Cohn-Haddow Center for
Judaic Studies, Adat Shalom Synagogue
and StandWithUs. Rivka Bliboim of U-M will
discuss proposed names from historical,
linguistic and ideological viewpoints. At
Adat Shalom, Farmington Hills. Free. RSVP:
Ruth Stern, cohnhaddowcenter@wayne.edu
or 313-577-2679.

CLASSICAL MUSIC

3 pm. Pianist Helen Kerwin and cellist
Tim Nicolia will perform music of Bach,
Franck and Barber at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Southfield. $5 donation requested. 248-
357-5544.

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ADL BENEFIT AT GALLERY

4 7 pm. Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Michigan Region presents "Art Works ADL:
Justice, Advocacy & Art," an art exhibi-
tion, fundraiser and silent auction in West
Bloomfield JCC's Charach Gallery. Program/
strolling cocktail party starts at 5:30. $75;
$50/age 36 and younger. Information: www.
adl.org/artworksmichigan.

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TUESDAY, NOV. 19

DETROIT STORES

Noon. Historian Michael Hauser, author of
Hudson's: Detroit's Legendary Department
Store, lectures on "20th Century
Retailing in Downtown Detroit" following
Ambassadors seniors' group luncheon. At
Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Twp. $12. RSVP
by Nov.14: Betty Applebaum, 248-476-1775.

MEMORY SCREENINGS

9 am 4 pm. ElderCare Solutions of Michigan,
a division of Jewish Family Service (JFS),
is offering free memory screenings as part
of National Memory Screening Day. At
JFS, 6555 W. Maple, West Bloomfield.
Appointments/information: 248-592-2313.

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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20

CSZ SENIORS LUNCH

12:30 pm. Seniors Group of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek's Chanukah luncheon features
Michael Krieger with a program of Yiddish,
English and Chanukah songs. $10/members;
$12/others. Door prizes. RSVP with payment
by Nov.14: Janet Pont, 248-357-5544 or
jpont@shaareyzedek.org .

THURSDAY, NOV. 21

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

6 10 pm. Fundraising party includes light
jazz music by flutist Alexander Zonjic and
program on hidden poverty in Oakland
County. At Townsend Hotel, 100 Townsend,
Birmingham. $175/patron; $250/benefac-
tor. RSVP: joycer@habitatoakland.org or
248-338-1843, ext. 226.

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LUNAR LEARN SERIES

7 pm. "How Could Chanukah Be So Early
this Year?" is topic at Temple Beth El's
Lunar Learn. Led by Rabbi Keren Alpert
at the Bloomfield Twp. temple, the session
focuses on the Jewish calendar to explain
why, on Nov. 28, we could have latkes and
turkey on the same plate. Repeated at
Lunch & Learn, noon Thursday, Nov. 21.
RSVP: 248-851-1100, ext. 3142.

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