no Jewish family
is ever alone
when facing terminal illness.


 

We bring together the hospice, health care and social service communities to meet the medical, cultural and spiritual needs of you and your family.

 

Reserve May 5:
Grand Circle of Women hosts film premiere of Keith Famie’s The Embrace of Dying, How we deal with the end of life.

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Created and produced by ten-time Michigan Emmy award recipient Executive Producer Keith Famie, The Embrace of Dying, How we deal with the end of life is the final film in an explorative series on aging and dying. JHCN’s Grand Circle of Women will host the film’s Michigan premiere on May 5 at the Berman Center for Performing Arts in West Bloomfield. GCOW will also pay tribute to Susan Lewis, stalwart community supporter and activist, during the evening’s program. Gail Danto is the evening’s program chairperson. A patron–only pre-screening dinner is scheduled. A dessert afterglow is also planned. Tickets begin at $36 for the screening and afterglow. Patron tickets range from $180-$3600. The Circle’s purpose is to develop and sponsor educational programming on Jewish hospice issues for women by women. Andi Wolfe is the group’s founder and Dana Burnstein is the current GCOW chair.

For more information, call 248.592.2687.
To view the film’s trailer, click here.

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