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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-12-26

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Much To Do! from page 16

Much To Do!

turned into films. At Berman Center at West
Bloomfield JCC. $12. Information: www.the-
berman.org or 248-661-1900.

SUNDAY, JAN. 12

BENEFIT CONCERT

2 5:30pm. Local foundations come together
for fundraising concert by students from
Axis Music Academy to benefit kids with
special needs. At Berman Center at West
Bloomfield JCC. $22/adults age 18-plus; $12
for kids. Tickets: theberman.org/box-office .
Beneficiaries include Axis, Paint A Miracle,
Friendship Circle and Birmingham Bloomfield
Community Coalition. Art exhibit, too.

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TUESDAY, JAN. 14

HEAR SPANX CEO

7 pm. Women's Philanthropy Sabra Division
of Federation presents an Evening with
Spanx CEO Laurie Ann Goldman including
a popup store at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek in Southfield. Donors of $365 or
more to Federation's 2014 Annual Campaign
are invited. Pre-glow at 6 pm for donors
who increase their pledge a minimum of
$118. Sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue.
Information: (248) 642-4611.

YIDDISH MATTERS

2:30 pm. Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic
Studies presents Julian Levinson, Samuel
Shetzer Chair in American Jewish Studies
at U-M, on "Why Yiddish Still Matters" at
West Bloomfield JCC. Co-sponsored by
Sholem Aleichem Institute and the Active
Adult Program.

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15

ADULT B'NAI MITZVAH

MONDAY, JAN. 13

9:30 11 a.m. Adat Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills begins adult b'nai mitzvah
program, leading to a service on Shavuot,
2015. Classes are Wednesdays with Rabbis
Aaron Bergman and Rachel Shere, Hazzan
Daniel Gross and Dr. Melissa Ser. Free. RSVP:
Caren Harwood, 248-851-5100, ext. 231 or
charwood@adatshalom.org . Information:
Gross, hazzangross@adatshalom.org .

-

EVENT IN FLORIDA

7 pm. See the movie Torn, a true story
about a Catholic priest who discovers he
had Jewish parents who saved his life
by giving him up during the Holocaust.
Followed by discussion led by Prof. Howard
Lupovitch, director of WSU's Cohn-Haddow
Center for Judaic Studies, with a rabbi and
priest. At the Polo Club in Boca Raton, Fla.
Sponsored by the Cohn-Haddow and JCC's
SAJE. Information: Adina Pergament, 248-
432-5470.

NO CALENDAR JAN. 2

Due to the early holiday production
and printing schedules, there will be
no calendar in the Jan. 2 JN. Please
submit announcements for the
calendars of Jan. 9 and beyond.

MOVIE MUSIC MONDAYS

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work full-time as an optometrist and develop his eye for
photography. Since dining, maintenance and 24-hour security
are all handled by our expert full-time staff, Fox Run residents
have more energy and opportunity to pursue their passions.
Fox Run is a great place for seniors who enjoy an active lifestyle.

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Call 1-800-989-0293 today for
your free brochure.

7:30 pm. Singing in the Rain, part of series
celebrating Broadway musicals that were

NCJW Earns Unsung Hero
Award From Detroit Schools
Suzanne Simon, presi-
dent of National
Council of Jewish
Women, Greater
Detroit Section,
recently attended the
Detroit Public Schools
Top 100 Supplier
Suzanne
Conference at General
Simon
Motors Renaissance
Center in Detroit.

NCJW-GDS was recognized with the
Unsung Hero Award for the many years
of free books given to every child, read-
ing and weekly tutoring at Coleman
A. Young Elementary School as well as
the new school library secured through
joint efforts with the Detroit Pistons.
NCJW salutes its many volunteers
who have worked so diligently over the
years for all the children through the
Literacy Outreach project.
For information, go to wwwncjwgds.
org or call (248) 355-3300, ext. 0.

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