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CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK
PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
JULY 2014
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SHABBAT AND HOLIDAY EVENTS
PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
TEEN PROGRAMS
ADULT PROGRAMS
AFFILIATES
COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL ACTION
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK
PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
On the Cover: What is this?
According to Archivist Judy Levin Cantor, this
sculpture by Morris Brose is appropriately named
Zedek. It also is the sculptors interpretation of the
18th letter of the Hebrew alphabet, which stands
for Life. It was a gift to CSZ from the Samuel and
Louis Hamburger families. Look for it in the garden
area to the right of the main Synagogue entrance
doors as you enter the building, next to the awning.
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A lively, musical Friday
night service featuring
the CSZ Clergy
and the
T.G.I.S. Players
5:30 p.m. Nosh & Schmooze
6:00 p.m. Service
7:15 p.m. Shabbat Dinner
RSVP for Shabbat Dinner no later than Monday, July 7 to
Tobye Bello at 248.357.5544 or tbello@shaareyzedek.org.
Dinner cost: CSZ Members: $25 Non-Members: $35
Children ages 5-12: $5 each
JULY 11, 2014
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Thrilling
Thursdays
Each week is open to the community and is FREE!
For more information, contact Tobye Bello at
248.357.5544 or tbello@shaareyzedek.org
Come play and explore
at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
each week at 10:00 a.m.
A Summer full of games, snacks, crafts
and special guests.
For children ages
0-5 and an adult
July 3
Party in the U.S.A! Celebrate the
Fourth of July with a Star Trax
dance party!
July 10
Giddyup Partner! Come all you
cowboys and cowgirls to the CSZ
corral for pony rides and much
more.
July 17
Old-fashioned Summer fun with
Rub a Dub.
July 24
Chemical reactions and
fun substances with the
Mad Science Lab.
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Bring your blankets,
pack a kosher picnic
and meet us in the
Zoos Main Picnic
Grove to enjoy a
concert featuring
MR. SELEY AND THE
TROUBLEMAKERS
Wednesday,
July 16, 2014
6:30-8:00 p.m.
CHILDRENS CONCERT
The concert is free with
Zoo admission, which is
$6 per person after
6:00 p.m. Parking is $5.
Meaningful Judaism
Meaningful Life
C O N G R E G A T I O N S H A A R E Y Z E D E K
Religious School
Enrollment
is Open
Contact Allison Gutman to get your
ID and password at 248.357.5544
or agutman@shaareyzedek.org.
FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION
27375 Bell Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034
Coming Soon!
The Berman Center
for
Jewish Education
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SHABBAT LEARNING
FOLLOWING THE
CONGREGATIONAL LUNCH
EVENING STUDY AT THE HOME
OF SANDRA AND ASSISTANT
CANTOR LEONARD GUTMAN
Study
with the
Assistant
Cantor
BARBEQUE, BEER AND BIBLE
THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2014 - 7:00 P.M.
WITH ASSISTANT CANTOR LEONARD GUTMAN
Cost: $20 per person. Please respond by Monday, July 21
To RSVP for these programs, contact Karen Davis at
kdavis@shaareyzedek.org or 248.357.5544.
Study
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Rabbi
O THOSE DESERT DAYS: FROM
TABERNACLE TO TEMPLE
JULY 12, 2014 WITH RABBI JOSEPH KRAKOFF
DEUTERONOMY: THE BOOK
HIDDEN IN THE BASEMENT
AUGUST 2, 2014 WITH RABBI AARON STARR
WEEKDAY LUNCH AND LEARN
Study
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Rabbi
THERES NO SUCH THING
AS A MINOR HOLIDAY
THURSDAYS, JULY 17 & 24, 2014 - 12:00 NOON
WITH RABBI AARON STARR
Cost: $12 per person for lunch. Please respond by the
Monday prior to each class.
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Tank you!
Our deepest thanks to the Weisberg family,
to event chairs, Joanne and Michael Rowe,
to our Patrons and attendees,
and to the performers for a magical musical evening.
Photos from this event will appear in the
August-September edition of The Recorder.
GOLD PATRONS
Richard Brown
Marlene Krohner
Elaine and Gerald Laker
Anna and Yale Levin
Barbara and Stephan Morse
Marjorie Saulson
Julie and Steve Schlafer
Enid Weisberg Shear
Ruth Siegel
Dorreen Weisberg Sobczak
and Stephen Sobczak
Anita and Ron Taylor
Kathleen Wedgle
Cheryl and Stewart Weiner
Jane and Leonard Weinstein
Audrey and Roger Weisberg
Dan Weisberg and David
Klingenberger
Deena and Barry Weisberg
Helen Weisberg
Harvey Weisberg
Henrietta and Alvin Weisberg
Marian and Harold Weisberg
Lori and Steven Weisberg
Marcia Weisberg
Mark Weisberg
Sherilyn and Aaron Weisberg
Shelli and Michae l Weisberg
SILVER PATRONS
Faye and Steven Adelson
Doris and James August
Beverly Baker
Joyce and George Blum
Dina Brodsky
Linda and Rick Cohen
Cindy and Harold Daitch
Vivian and George Dean
Estelle and Philip Elkus
Dee Dee and Oscar Feldman
Jeri and Steve Fishman
Sharon
and Marvin Fleischman
Linda and Paul Gold
Rose Rita
and Sheldon Goldman
Jodi and Rob Goodman
Leypsa Groner
Sandra and Assistant Cantor
Leonard Gutman
Marlene and Wallace Handler
Connie Jacob
Herbert Kaufman
Mary and Jay Knoll
Maureen Fill
and Richard Knoll
Susan
and Rabbi Joseph Krakoff
Sally and Richard Krugel
Melvy Erman Lewis
Susan and A. Bart Lewis
Elaine Liebergott
Trude Lumelsky
Sara Manson
Beth and Steven Margolin
Sandi Matz
Rachel Matz
Sherrell
and Cantor Chaim Najman
Barbara and Milford Nemer
Ilene Nember
Rosalind and Larry Nemer
Maida Portnoy
Karen Siegel and Hazzan
David Propis
Arline and Allan Rein
Joanne Robinson
Marta and Ben Rosenthal
Joanne and Michael Rowe
Jay Levin and Greg Rowley
Dorothy
and Hershel Sandberg
Diane and Morton Scholnick
Elaine Serman
Linda and Jeffrey Serman
Dorie and Marvin Shwedel
Jeri and Buddy Solish
Rebecca
and Rabbi Aaron Starr
Janice and Marty Stoneman
Denise and Michael Tobin
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More than 60 young adults gathered at the home
of Shari and Heyden Graham for the Summer
Soiree, the first event in a new initiative to engage
young members and potential members of CSZ.
Attendees mingled with the clergy and officers,
enjoying sushi and Asian-themed cuisine, a kosher
wine tasting with sommelier Evan Barrett of Plum
Market, and musical entertainment by
Hazzan David Propis and Heyden Graham.
Above all, this was a great opportunity for
socializing. Photos from the event will be posted
in the August-September issue of The Recorder.
We especially want to thank Shari and Heyden for
opening up their beautiful home and the committee
members who created such a wonderful event:
Ilana and Adam Block
Amy and Stuart Brody
Meredith Cohen and Anton Babushkin
Shari and Heydan Graham
Lauren and Joshua Rennert
Hy Safran
Kelli Saperstein and Kyle Anderson
Dana Shapero and Bradley Merker
Rachel Taubman
Ronald Victor and Heather Olson
Brooke and Matt Weingarden
Jaime and Jonathan Zadoff
Thank You!
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WEDNESDAY,
JULY 9, 2014
1:00 P.M.
FREE OF CHARGE
Refreshments will
be served after the
performance.
For additional information,
please contact Janet Pont
at 248.357.5544 or
jpont@shaareyzedek.org.
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July 10, 2014
Reservations are required no later than
the Monday prior to play.
For more information, or to reserve
your seat, please contact
Tobye Bello at 248.357.5544 or
tbello@shaareyzedek.org
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6:00 p.m.
Meet at the Uptown Grille
3100 E. West Maple Road
Commerce Township, MI 48390
We will eat together and
choose our movie at the
United Artists Commerce.
MENS CLUB
MOVIE
NIGHT
WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2014
Everyone is welcome, bring a friend!
For more information, please contact
Morry Levin at 248.909.7632
Join facilitator Jeannie Weiner for
Sisterhoods daytime Book Club,
which meets at CSZ. For more information,
please e-mail weiner.jeannie@gmail.com.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2014
AT 1:00 p.m.
to discuss
What We Talk About
When We Talk About
Anne Frank
by Nathan Englander
Page
turners
RESCHEDULED BOOK CLUB MEETING
Wednesday, July 30 - 1:00 p.m.
Our June book discussion will resume with the book
In the Land of Invisible Women by Dr. Qanta Ahmed.
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
THURSDAY, JULY 17 - 1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
21800 GREENFIELD ROAD, DETROIT
Donated produce and other foods will be repackaged
for distribution to food banks, soup kitchens and facilities
that provide services to those in need.
Volunteers younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact Micki Grossman at grandmic@yahoo.com or 248.851.5666.
DONATE TO
HEART 2 HART DETROIT
Tis charitable group provides and distributes food, clothing,
toiletries and helpful information to men and women living on the
streets or in shelters in the Detroit Metropolitan area. Donations of travel
size personal items are in demand, and will be accepted at
collection bin in the Synagogue's main lobby.
CSZ MAKES A DIFFERENCE
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