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June 19, 1987 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-19

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and Raanana Day Camp, have
opted to affiliate with the
center.
This group affiliation benefits
both parties: the organizations'
members all join the JCC while
retaining their own boards of
directors; the center runs the
program and provides key ser-
vices, such as the talents of
youth director Bobbi Heilveil.
The Adsociation continues to
support those affiliated
organizations which it had
previously funded. Hoffer
points out that in a Jewish
federation community, which
Ann Arbor is not, these groups
would be funded by the
federation.
At the moment, the JCC's
strength lies in its programm-
ing for Jewish toddlers, youth
and seniors. Although the staff
is minimal, the center is able to
offer a wide variety of programs
since any member can create a
group — like the Yiddish Club
or the Jewish Businessperson's
Group — for which there is an
interest. Youth groups, whether
temple-affiliated or indepen-
dent; are welcome to • use the
center gym and other facilities
in exchange for community ser-
vices, such as working with the
senior outreach program. The
center is especially proud to be
showcasing a major exhibit on
the history of the Jews in
Michigan in September.

Will the new center polarize
the Ann Arbor Jewish com-
munity? It is a small yet active
community, with numerous
groups and projects vying for
time and members. Laurence
Smith hopes that the center
will serve to inspire the com-
munity, and cites the increased
levels of giving and awareness
in other cites with new centers. -
Jeffery Pike, former president
of the JCCouncil and now on
both the Association and the
JCC boards, would like to see
all the organizations in the
community work together, and
hopes that the community will
not be fragmented. At the
Association, some caution that
for the center to work, it must
work closely with the associa-
tion in the area of planning
something the old JCCouncil
was not always able to do.The
synagogues do not seem - to
regard competition with the
JCC as a problem. As Temple
Beth Emeth's Alan Cotzin
points out, "The foundation of
a Jewish community . . . is its
temples"; the center is seen as
an enhancement, not a com-
petitor. Rabbi Levy feels that
people can be involved in both
places, and that there are plen-
ty of people who have yet to be
involved.

The future of the new
JCCenter will depend on the
role it chooses to play within
the community, and the extent
to which it persuades its critics
that it is an essential part of
Jewish life in Ann Arbor. ill

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