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May 29, 1992 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-29

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Traditionally, Wedding Cakes have been nice to look
at but nothing special to eat. Our Wedding Cakes put
an end to that!

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chocolate mousse, strawberry, kahkua, lemon,
chocolate chambord torte, or one of our many
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enhance the subtEe flavors, we frost your
selections with lightly sweetened fresh
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We extend cut invitation to the bride
and groom to make an appointment
for a private wedding consultation and
complimentary sample tasting.

Neighborhood girls cool off in the afternoon.




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"Everyone signed it," said
Ruchie Weisberg, who lives
on Jeanette. "We have about
60 kids on our block, and as
soon as I saw it I thought it
was a terrific idea."

Eliezer Zimmerman, 9,
and his sister Nechama, 7,
enjoyed the block party
sights from their bikes.
"This is the best day,"
they said while weaving
between groups of children.
"We get a half-a-day of
school and we can play out-
side till bedtime."

Receives Grants
=1- treitiP JVS
For JOIN Program
Desserts .. .



come. I thought Lag B'Omer
would be the perfect day to
close the street off and not
worry about the traffic."
A Southfield city official
told Mr. Stebbins he needed
block approval to close the
street. A few days before Lag
B'Omer, Mr. Stebbins took a
petition around to all the

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On Lag B'Omer, the 33rd
day of the Omer, Rabbi
Akiva's students stopped dy-
ing. To celebrate, Jews hold
parties, listen to music. On
this day, 3-year-old boys tra-
ditionally get their first
This was the last Lag
B'Omer on Jeanette Street
for Adina Forst, 8, whose
family makes aliyah this
"I'm going to miss my
block," said Adina, in sixth
grade at Akiva Hebrew Day
School. "This is the best Lag
B'Omer ever. We never did
anything like this before."
Mr. Stebbins, who lives on
Jeanette, said he watches
the children on his block
play outside every night.
"They're out playing
street hockey or riding
bikes," he said, "but they're
constantly having to move
out of the way when cars

The Kresge Foundation and
the Community Foundation
for Southeastern Michigan
have awarded the Jewish
Vocational Service an endow-
ment challenge grant for its
Jewish Occupational Intern
(JOIN) program.
The Van Dusen Endowment
Challenge grant totals
$129,260. Of this amount,
$92,000 will be awarded if
JVS is successful in raising
$276,000 in new endowment
funds by April 1, 1995. An ad-
ditional $37,260 will provide
operating support for the
JOIN program over the next
three years.
JOIN is a summer intern-
ship program for students
who are enrolled on a full-
time basis in baccalaureate or
post-baccalaureate programs.
The program provides stu-

dents with a chance to "try
out" possible careers in
Jewish communal service and
to recruit young people to
work in community agencies,
either as professionals or as

JVS has established an en-
dowment committee led by
two members of the board of
trustees, John M. Haddow
and Michael H. Traison. So
far, the committee has raised
over 10 percent of the Van
Dusen endowment target.
Members of the community
who are interested in suppor-
ting the JVS JOIN program
through a contribution to the
endowment fund, or anyone
who would like more informa-
tion about the program,
should call Barbara Nurem-
berg, 559-5000.



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