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Posts Tagged ‘Adat Shalom’

Candle-Light Vigil Havdallah Service at Adat Shalom

Join the Adat Shalom congregants for a special candle-light vigil Havdallah service at 6:15 p.m. on Saturday, November 3. This event will honor the Tree of Life synagogue members who lost their lives in the shooting on Saturday, October 27.  

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Rachel Devries of NEXTGen Connect

Getting To Work

Becky Hurvitz – Special to the Jewish News NEXTGen Connect welcomes Rachel Devries. Necessity is indeed the mother of invention. Such was the case with the inception of NEXTGen Connect, a partnership program between Federation’s NEXTGen Detroit and JVS, which helps young adult job seekers in Metro Detroit. From a grassroots effort spearheaded by a…

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Reliving the Tigers’ ’68 World Series Win

I’m trying to wrap my brain around the fact that it’s been a half-century since the Detroit Tigers won the 1968 World Series. I repeat … a haaaaalf-cennnnnntury. I’ll get a chance to come to terms with that reality on Tuesday, Aug. 14, at 7 p.m. at Congregation B’nai Moshe in West Bloomfield, when I’ll…

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Letters – June 21, 2018

In Support Of Trump Regarding Dr. Greenstein’s June 7, “In Support of Trump” and Berl Falbaum’s “A Gut Punch” commentaries (page 8), I support Dr. Greenstein’s comments in every respect and support President Trump’s agenda, process for Making America Great Again, repairing the disastrous errors the previous administration created with decimating our defense establishment, the…

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Keeping The Faith

The Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival celebrates 25 years of uniting three distinct religious organizations with pieces ranging from traditional to techno. Three congregations — representing three different faiths — are celebrating 25 years of making beautiful music together. The Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival — an initiative sponsored by Temple Beth El, St. Hugo…

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Randy Winston of Temple Israel No. 3 concentrates at the plate.

18 Teams Hope To Sparkle On The Diamond This Season

Play ball! The Inter-Congregational Men’s Club Summer Softball League’s 23rd season is under way, although it’s a slow start because after Opening Day on a sunny May 6, there were no games the next two Sundays because of Mother’s Day and Shavuot. Play in the weekly league will resume Sunday, May 27, over the Memorial…

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Faces & Places – Bright Nights And Eight Over Eighty

Bright Nights Community Forum On April 25, more than 150 people attended the Bright Nights Community Forum Series event, “Understanding Bipolar Disorder,” held at Congregation Shaarey Zedek in Southfield. The event was hosted by the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program at the University of Michigan, in collaboration with Kadima.  The event included a presentation…

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Raising The Bar

New curriculum for b’nai mitzvah students provides tools for mental well-being. As Jewish children have prepared for Jewish adulthood throughout the decades, the clergy and educators in their lives traditionally equipped them with skills like leading prayers, making a speech and chanting Torah. Thanks to an emerging curriculum being developed by Jewish leaders in Metro…

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Melyn and Karen Rubenfire Photo by John Hardwick

Father-Daughter Team

Vivian Henoch Special to the Jewish News Above: Melyn and Karen Rubenfire Meet the Rubenfires, Detroit activists and founders of Project Healthy Community. Four days a week at the Fredrick J. Schulze Elementary School in Northwest Detroit, 30 youngsters in grades K-2 (and some of their older siblings, too), stay after school for a light meal, literacy-building…

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Letters – May 10, 2018

Jewish Voices With all the vibrant institutions in our local community, it is truly wonderful when events and programs take place that transcend the boundaries of those institutions and show the cohesiveness of the community itself. April 25 was one of those special programs. The Michigan Board of Cantors — which itself boasts representation from…

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