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October 11, 1991 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-11

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birth of their son, Dylan Max-
well Kaplan. Proud grand-
parents are Richard and
Rosalyn Sitron of Rancho La
Costa, Calif., and Dr. William
and Bella Kaplan of Los
Angeles, Calif. Proud
great-grandmother is Bella
Pianka of Orlando, Fla. Dylan
Maxwell is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-grandfather, Morris
Pianka, and his paternal
great-grandfather, Isaac Bur-
stein.

START AT THE
BEGINNING
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The 6th annual World Food
Day "7 Percent Solution"
campaign to feed the hungry
in Michigan is setting
records. This year there are
more than 200 restaurants
which will donate up to seven
percent of their proceeds Oct.
16 (which is World Food Day).
For the first time, the effort
will encompass restaurants
statewide.
Several non-restaurant par-
ticipants have joined the cam-
paign, including two
American Legion posts; a
nursing center; a food
delivery service (Door-to-
Door); Meisel/Sysco Food Ser-
vices, which mailed flyers to
restaurant customers; and
Little Caesar's Enterprises,
which distributed flyers to
employees.
This year the Michigan
Restaurant Association will
act as a co-sponsor and en-
dorser of the program. The
MRA endorsement has pro-
duced at least 26 restaurant
participants that might not
otherwise have known about
the program. Another first-
time co-sponsor is the Food
Bank Council of Michigan,
which will coordinate the
dispensation of the funds rais-
ed. The Food Bank Council is
the umbrella agency that
coordinates 15 food banks in
the state. Food banks enable
a large number of emergency
food providers such as soup
kitchens and pantries to ob-
tain great quantities of food
for clients at minimal or no
cost.

Beth Achim
Honors Gamer

Congregation Beth Achim
will honor immediate past
president Abraham Gamer at
a Shabbat dinner 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 25 at the synagogue. The
congregation will join Mr.
Gamer's family in showing
appreciation for his service to
Congregation Beth Achim.
For reservations, call the
synagogue office, 352-8670.

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