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potentials for this building,"
she says.
Margolis recognizes that
the community the JCC
hopes to serve — which, as
she quickly points out, is all
of Washtenaw County, not
just Ann Arbor — is quite dif-
ferent from older, larger, more
well-established urban
Jewish communities. In some
ways Ann Arbor doesn't yet
have a clear identity.
In fact, nobody even knows
for sure how many Jews
reside in the area —
something of concern for any
organization, like the JCC,
that wants to tap into that
population. "We know there
are a lot of unidentified in-
dividuals," says Margolis. Ac-
cording to Margolis the
center has already enrolled
366 families.
The questions facing
Washtenaw County's Jewish
community isn't unique. As a
recent report, "New Insights
on a Changing Jewish Com-
munity" issued by the Coun-
cil on Jewish Federations, in-
dicates, the modern Jewish
community in the United
States is more mobile and
dispersed than ever before in
its history.
"Lots of us live in smaller
Jewish communities," says
Stephen Stone, CJF national
committee chairman on small
cities. Margolis hopes that
the JCC can respond to those
demographic realities with
inventive programming.
She's been toying, for exam-
ple, with developing programs
with Jewish centers in
Detroit and rIbledo so that
singles and adolescents
especially can have social op-
portunities which don't exist
at present.
Margolis also hopes to
make use of Ann Arbor's
large volunteer population.
She thinks that there's a
wonderful potential resource
using students from Eastern
Michigan University and the
University of Michigan for
field experience.
Margolis even hopes that
eventually the JCC might be
able to persuade some people
to put down roots in the Ann
Arbor area. "I think that the
JCC can offer a reason for
people to stay."

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