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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.

FRIDAY, MAY 16

SUNDAY MAY 25

JSL HONORS OLDEST

SURVIVORS SERVICE

11 am. Jewish Senior Life honors adults age
95 and older at the Bessie Spector Oldest
Jewish Americans Brunch at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Southfield. $25. RSVP: Beth Tryon,
248-592-5026 or btryon®jslmi.org .

1 pm. At Oak Park JCC. The United Jewish
Organization — First, Second and Third
Generation Holocaust Survivors will hold
annual Yizkor service, dedicated to the
memories of the Six Million Martyrs slaugh-
tered in the Holocaust. Information: Lillian
Schostak, 248-444-8887.

SATURDAY, MAY 17

DANCE DETROIT!

BASKETBALL TOURNEY

6:30 pm. Dance or just enjoy the Sun
Messengers Band at Temple Emanu-El in
Oak Park. Home-cooked food. Silent auction
and raffle baskets. From $72 per person.
RSVP: 248-967-4020.

1 pm. At West Bloomfield JCC. Family 2-on-2
tournament presented by Kenny Goldman
league. $50 per family. RSVP by May 22:
Bruce Winerman, 248-432-5498 or
bwineman®jccdet.org ; or Leah Worthy, 248-
432-5404 or Iworthy@jccdet.org .

SUNDAY, MAY 18

WEDNESDAY, MAY 28

LAG B'OMER PARADE

MENTAL HEALTH FAIR

2 pm. The Great Parade" sponsored by
Yeshivas Lubavitch. Beginning at Pepper
School, 24301 Church, Oak Park. Ends at
Harding Street. Drum band, Jewish Expo on
Wheels. Free. Information: 248-591-4991,
ext.102 or greatparade5774@gmail.com .

7 am-2 pm. At Beaumont Hospital, Royal
Oak, in South Tower concourse. Kadima
is one participant. Information: 248-898-
5000.

TUESDAY, MAY 20

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT

6:30-8 pm. Six-week group by SPACE for
Changing Families at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Southfield. Free. RSVP: (248) 355-9936 or
Space@ncjwgds.org . A program of National
Council of Jewish Women, Greater Detroit
Section.

ZOO FUN NIGHT

6-9 pm. JARC SpringElation family fun
night includes kosher picnic dinner and
access to many of the Detroit Zoo's attrac-
tions. Entertainment by StarTrax. $25
per person (children under age 2, free).
Information: www.jarc.org or 248-538-6611.
To volunteer, call Melissa Garrett, 248-488-
7541.

SUNDAY, JUNE 8

JHS ANNUAL MEETING

JCC RUN / WALK

7 pm. 55th Annual Meeting of the
Jewish Historical Society of Michigan &
Presentation of the Leonard N. Simons
History Award to A. Alfred Taubman at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek in Southfield. Taubman
and Scott Kaufman, Federation CEO, will
reflect on some of Detroit's most iconic his-
torical figures and events. Keynote speaker
is Judith Levin Cantor. Tickets begin at $30
per person. Info and reservations: www.
michjewishhistory.org .

8 am. JCC Oak Park Family Fun Run/
Walk features 3-mile, 1-mile, and half-mile
events. Preregistration is $15 by May 18;
$25 afterward. The half-mile run/walk is $5/
person, $15 family if registered by May18;
$6/person or $25 family afterward. Giant
inflatables, climbing wall and Yoga Yeladim,
10 am-noon. RSVP: www.jccdet.org , jfront®
jccdet.org or 248-967-4030 for registration
or more information.

Noah Tops Jacob
In Epic Battle Of
Biblical Baby Names
JNS. org In an epic battle for the
top baby names in America, Jacob has
been dethroned as the most popular
boy's name for the first time in more
than a decade, supplanted in 2013 by
Noah, according to the Social Security
Administration.
Of course, Noah refers to the biblical
figure who built the ark and saved the
world from God's flood, according to
the Book of Genesis. Jacob, the grand-
son of Abraham whom all the Tribes of
Israel are descended from, has slipped
down to No. 3 on the list.

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Interestingly, Noah becomes the first
boy's name other than Jacob or Michael
to be No. 1 since 1960, when David was
the top choice.
On the girl's side, Sophia was ranked
No. 1 for the third year in a row.

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