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September 05, 1986 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-05

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Federation's Neighborhood
Project is being designed to
strengthen the quality of life
in selected areas by offering
housing incentives and prom-
oting community spirit and
involvement. The loan pro-
gram is being funded through
a $250,000 United Jewish
Charities grant, and Mrs.
Cooper expects the loans will
have a five-to-seven year
payback period.
"Inquiries," she said, "have
come from people in all in-
come brackets. Some people
are looking for help with clos-
ing costs, while others need
more help."
The housing incentive pro-
gram can also be of assis-
tance to the prospective pur-
chaser by providing home-
buying information and con-
tacts with lending institu-
tions, as well as neighbor-
hood home tours and guides
to educational, cultural, reli-
gious and recreational oppor-
tunities.
the
for
Boundaries
Neighborhood Project are
roughly Southfield's northern
city limits to Greenfield,
south to Eleven Mile, to
Coolidge, to Ten Mile, to
Scotia, to Nine Mile, to Lodge
Freeway and then to Tele-
graph.
Home buyers, real estate
agents and interested citizens
may get more information on
the program by calling Mrs.
Cooper at Federation, 965-
3939. Neighborhood Project
offices will be located at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Since the program was in-
augurated in June, Mrs.
Cooper has met with civic,
religious, business and cul-
tural leaders of the area. She
said that response to the
many-faceted Neighborhood
Project has been "enthusias-
tic and informed. The desire
to see this community under-
taking succeed assures me
that it will succeed," she said.
Among its other facets are
advocating for improvements

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such as commercial develop-
ment, parks and sidewalks;
high-quality services, includ-
ing transportation and public
safety; and creative oppor-
tunities for leisure time.
In addition, as part of a
total community effort, the
project will support and spon-
sor educational and cultural
opportunities, such as ethnic
festivals, concerts in the park
and family activities.
Art shows, book fairs, his-
torical exhibits and educa-
tional seminars with special
appeal to the Jewish commu-
nity also will be held.
Residents are being invited
to participate actively in the
program as members of the
advisory board or through
their synagogue, organization
or neighborhood association.
When he announced the
program two months ago,
Federation President Joel D.
Tauber said it reflects the or-
ganized Jewish community's
commitment to preserve and
enhance the unique quality of
Jewish life that exists in Oak
Park and Southfield, with its
thousands of Jewish residents
and nearly 50 synagogues,
agencies and institutions.

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Friday, September 5, 1986

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Preparing for last week's performance by the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra at Meadowbrook were concert
organizers Janet Levine, Stuart Hyke of Meadowbrook,
Marion and David Handleman and Dulcie Rosenfeld.

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