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3426 E. West Maple Rd. at Haggerty Rd. (248) 926-9555

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GENEALOGICAL FILM

11 am. See movie Samuel Bak: Painter
of Questions, sponsored by Jewish
Genealogical Society of Michigan. At
Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington
Hills. In 2001, artist Bak returned to home-
town Vilna, Lithuania, where his family
perished in the Holocaust. JGSMI members,
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of (merman Cake Company, is speaker at
Sunday Morning Breakfast Series spon-
sored by Temple Beth El Brotherhood in
Bloomfield Twp. Free. Optional breakfast at
9 am (nominal charge). Information: Barbara
Grant, 248-851-1100, ext. 3149.

TUESDAY, DEC. 17

CASINO TRIP

Visit Motor City Casino with Marilyn Wolfe.
Bus leaves West Bloomfield JCC at 9 am
and Oak Park JCC at 9:30. $30/JCC mem-
bers; $35/others. RSVP: 248-432-5471.

DESSERT CONCERT

1 pm. Enjoy music and more at dessert
concert in the Temple Beth El in Bloomfield
Twp. Cantorial Soloist Rachel Gottlieb
Kalmowitz and pianist Cliff Monear will
perform popular and classical selections.
$5. RSVP: Beverly Mitz, 248-642-5513 (no
Saturday calls) or Betty Applebaum, 248-
476-1775.

MONDAY, DEC. 16

HEBREW ALPHABET

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19

9:30-10:30 am. Mondays with Meaning with
Rabbi Leiby Burnham continuing his series
on "Mysticism of the Hebrew Alphabet" at
Oak Park JCC. Information: 248-967-4030.

OAK PARK JCC CONCERT

SURVIVORS' PROGRAMS

10-11:30 am. Holocaust survivors' program
led by Dr. Charles Silow at Oak Park JCC. At
1 pm., Cafe Europa presents entertainer Yuri
Avasenov. Information: 248-967-4030.

MOVIE MUSIC MONDAYS

7:30 pm. West Side Story kicks off series
celebrating Broadway musicals that were
turned into films. At Berman Center at West
Bloomfield JCC. $12. Information: www.
theberman.orq or 248-661'1900.

Noon lunch and 1 pm concert. Baritone
Vladimir Murkis sings Frank Sinatra, Perry
Como and more at Oak Park JCC. $3.50 for
lunch; $1 for concert. Paid RSVP for lunch
by Dec.17. Information: 248-967-4030.

EARLY DEADLINE

Due to early holiday production and
printing schedules, the deadline for
the Dec. 26 JN will be Tuesday, Dec.17.
There will be no calendar in the Jan. 2
JN, so get announcements to us earlier.

FIDF Local Group
Joined Israel Mission

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riends of the Israel Defense
Forces (FIDF) Michigan Chapter
supporters took part in a seven-
day journey to Israel as part of the FIDF
National Leadership Mission to show
their appreciation and support for Israel's
soldiers.
Local delegates on the Nov. 1-8 mission
included FIDF national board member
and Michigan Chapter President Gary
Shiffman, Michigan Chapter board mem-
ber Uri Zachor, FIDF supporter Beth
Wolpin Gans and FIDF Midwest Region
Executive Director Tamir Oppenheim.
The leadership mission brought
national and local community leaders
from FIDF's chapters across the U.S.
together with men and women of the IDF.
The group met with soldiers and com-
manders on various military bases across
Israel, including the Gaza Division's head-
quarters of Re'im, the Intelligence Corps
training base, the Regional Division 36
on the Golan Heights and the Tel-Nof Air
Force base, where participants learned
from F-15 pilots about the advanced tech-
nologies used in Israeli Air Force (IAF)
operations.
The group also participated in brief-
ings by officers of the IDF's Southern and
Northern Commands.
Mission participants had the oppor-

Gary Shiffman, Beth Wolpin Gans,
Tamir Oppenheim and two IDF soldiers

tunity to meet with several top-level
government and IDF officials, including
the Israeli President Shimon Peres; head
of military intelligence, Maj. Gen. Aviv
Kochavi; chief of the IDF education corps,
Brig. Gen. Avner Paz Tzuk; Avi Dicter, the
former minister of internal security and
former head of Shabak (Shin Bet), the
internal general security service of Israel;
and former Israeli senior official on Arab
affairs, Avi Melamed.
The mission culminated with a spe-
cial FIDF ceremony at the Smolarz
Auditorium at Tel Aviv University where
hundreds of soldiers and commanders,
FIDF IMPACT! scholarship recipients,
FIDF supporters and members of the IDF
general staff came together for an evening
of celebration of and gratitude for Israel's
soldiers and the hard work they endure
to protect the Jewish homeland and its
people around the world.



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