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October 04, 1991 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-04

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Someone Will
Need Us
Tomorrow.

It' s...

Our waiting list
includes a toddler.
When she becomes an
adult, her parents
want to know her
future is secure, no
matter what happens
to them.

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Carmens

T.C.B.Y. Yogurt

Help JARC last as
long as it's needed
with your lasting
endowment gift.

C.D. Warehouse

The Time Shop

That little girl, and
the 280 others on our
list, will thank you all
their lives.

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MJC Plans
First Anniversary

Cafe Oliverio

Kidz Kloz

Callanetics Studio

Raphael's Salon

Weisman Cleaners



Footloose

A Jewish Association for Residential Care
for persons with developmental disabilities

D'Alleva's Salon

Interiors by Colony

28366 Franklin Road Southfield, MI 48034 (313) 352-5272

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North of Maple
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1991

State and local political and
civic leaders will help
celebrate the first anniver-
sary of the Michigan Jewish
Conference at a reception, 5
p.m. Oct. 15, at the Universi-
ty Club in Lansing.
The Conference serves as a
statewide network to
facilitate the political and
community relations needs of
its 12 member communities
— Ann Arbor, Bay City,
Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids,
Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lans-
ing, Midland, Muskegon,
Saginaw and South Haven.
Formed to establish and
maintain a presence in Lans-
ing and to engage in advocacy
on behalf of the statewide
Jewish community, the MJC
works to inform public of-
ficials about issues of impor-
tance to its members. In ad-
dition, it works to build coali-
tions with other human needs
and social justice organi-
zations.
Ralph Gerson is president of
the Michigan Jewish Con-
ference. Gilbert Ashendorf of
Muskegon, Peter Goodstein of
Flint and Morris Kleiman of
Grand Rapids are vice
presidents. Dorothy Silk of
Lansing is secretary.
For information about the
reception, call Caryn Nessel,
962-1990.

The Agency for Jewish
Education will host Dr. Saul
Wachs, professor of education
and coordinator of the M.A.
program in Jewish education,
Gratz College, Philadelphia,
11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 in
the United Hebrew Schools
Building.
Professor Wachs will lead
the faculty and board of the
Agency for Jewish Education
in a workshop entitled, "Ex-
amining Our Agenda for
Jewish Education." Luncheon
will be served.
For information, call the
Agency for Jewish Education
office, 354-1050.

Bodzin Family
Sets Meeting

The meeting of the Bodzin
Family Club will take place 8
p.m. Oct. 6 at the home of
Henry and Barbara Bodzin.
The newly-elected officers
are: president, Cherna
Kowalsky; vice president,
Sharon Cohen; treasurer,
Eugene Kowalsky; correspon-
ding secretary, Dorothy Bod-
zin; sunshine chairman,
Jason Bodzin; and publicity
chairman, Pearlena Bodzin.

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