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July 10, 1992 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-10

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"One of the meetings I
ont to was at the home of a
ssian family where 30-35
eople attended and every-
ne wanted to help the
enter," said Mrs. Bash.
What's so great about this
hole thing is that it's a
Qznmunitywide effort; it's
limited to just people in
outhfield and Oak Park.
eople in Birmingham, West
loomfield, Bloomfield Hills
d Farmington Hills are
iso participating."
When construction is corn-

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pleted, 23,000 square feet
will be added to the existing
27,000 square-foot building,
which will also be remodel-
ed. Mr. Greenberg said the
end result will be a "top-
notch facility."
After completion, JPM will
offer a wide range of pro-
gramming including athletic
and aquatic facilities, child
development centers and
adult services. _It will also
offer social, cultural and
recreational activities for
members of all ages. 1:1

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icole, Mark, Joshua, Courtney and Risa Finn unpack boxes in their
hfield home.

eighborhood Project
ids 500th Family

ark and Risa Finn bought
home in Southfield becom-
ng the 500th family to pur-
hase a home under the
eighborhood Project, an
nterest-free loan program of
he Jewish Federation of
etropolitan Detroit.
Established in 1986, the
eighborhood Project offers
o-interest loans to persons
ho purchase homes in
outhfield and Oak Park.
imed at enhancing the
ewish flavor and strength of
ese neighborhoods, the
eighborhood Project also of-
ers no-interest home im-
rovement loans, coordinates
-ommunity activities and
'yes merit awards to local
• usinesses.
4or Mrs. Finn, keeping the
amily together is important.
oth she and her husband
ave relatives nearby. Her
hildren will attend the same
chool * as her nieces and
nephews.
Convenience to shopping
lso helped the Finns decide
o maintain a home in South-
ield. By remaining in South-
ield, Mrs. Finn, a hairstylist,
will be able to be near her
clients as well.
Seeing familiar faces, a

wealth of babysitters and a
hometown, neighborhood
feeling also contributed to the
Finns' decision to remain in
the area. "If you want to
bring up your family, there
are good neighbors and
friendly people here," Mrs.
Finn explained. "Everybody
helps each other." ❑

Corrections

The age of the late
Alfred A. Cowan, 66, was
incorrectly reported in the
Obituary column June 19.

A photograph of Lor-
raine Lerner was publish-
ed with Arlene Victor's
name in the Politically
Speaking column July 3.

Children's authors
Judith Ross Enderle and
Stephanie Gordon Tessler
will appear at Bookpeople
in West Bloomfield 10:30
a.m. July 13.

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