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June 13, 1986 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-13

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37

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Slomovitz Family Dedicates
Residence For Retarded

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Philip and Carmi Slomovitz

Surrounded by their family
and friends, Anna and Philip
Slomovitz recently dedicated the
Beit Channa Haverim Home. The
Beit Channa Haverim Home lo-
cated in West Bloomfield, is the
ninth home operated by the
Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens.

It was made possible by a gift
from the Slomovitzes, and was
named as a tribute to Anna
Slomovitz who, along with her
husband Philip, was instrumen-
tal in establishing the original
JARC organization in 1969, and
their subsequent efforts to secure
its future.
The Slomovitzes' son, Carmi,
affixed the mezuzah to the home
during the dedication ceremony.
Carmi currently serves the JARC
board of directors. The
Slomovitzes' son, Gabriel, is a
resident of the Frankel Haverim
Home in Southfield.
Six women live in the Beit
Channa Haverim Home, and
each had awaited a number of

years for a placement in a JARC
home.
Before moving into the home,
one of the women had been in-
appropriately placed in a series of
nursing homes. Another had
been transferred to several
different group homes in the
inner city of Detroit, and another
had lived in a home in downtown
Pontiac with 48 other residents.
The ladies attend Friday night
and Saturday morning services
at Temple Beth El, and share
Shabbat dinners with their new
housemates. Each woman works
at the Jewish Vocational Service
Day Activity Program in Oak
Park and participates in the
many JARC recreational activi-
ties. All are learning to contrib-
ute their share toward the
smooth running of the house —
helping to prepare meals, pack-
ing their own lunches, and the
other household chores that are a
part of grOup home living.
Living with the women in an
attached apartment is the resi-
dent manager, Nancy Kuttnauer.

Neighborhood Project
Director Is Named

Harriet K. Cooper has been
named fulltime director of the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
"Neighborhood Project," and
began working June 1 with many
Jewish civic organizations and
communal agencies.
Designed to enhance the
unique quality of Jewish life, and
neighborhood life in general that
exists in Oak Park and South-
field, Cooper sees the project as "a
chance to build upon an already
existing sense of community, and
really make a positive difference
in people's lives."
A Michigan resident for the
past 20 years, Cooper is the
former vice president of corporate
planning and marketing for Care
Centers of Michigan, a diver-

Harriet Cooper

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