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August 14, 1992 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-14

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"We belong to Shaarey Zedek."

When we see Sari (Sarah) Adelson, Rachel Jacobson, Rebecca Wapner
and Lora (Leah) Bank, whether at Shabbat Services, High Holy Day
Youth Services, Sunday School or at any of the Jewish cultural events
that take place at Shaarey Zedek facilities, our hearts fill with an
unspeakable joy. An invisible thread binds us one to another. These are
our daughters, our link in the chain of Judaism.

It isn't easy to arrange busy schedules — to juggle dance, tennis, piano and
Hebrew School, too. But it's what we do for our children to give their
lives meaning, direction and connection. Our Beth Hayeled pioneered
Jewish nursery schools over 40 years ago. Today, the Eugene and Marcia
Applebaum Jewish Parenting Center is ready to assist parents in the art
of mentschmaking: to help families share the joy of Judaism and all the
responsibilities and contentment it brings to life; to build a sense of
Jewish self esteem and identity for all the Sarah's, Rachel's, Rebecca's
and Leah's, their children, and their children's children.

Our foremothers would be proud.

For membership information, call Leonard P. Baruch
or Arline Gould, 357-5544

`As soon as I saw The Trowbridge,
Dad, I knew that you'd love it."

It's no wonder so many people fail in love with The Trowbridge.
It is this area's premier rental retirement community for active, inde-
pendent seniors. The amenities are plentiful, the services are excellent,
and the neighbors are outgoing and friendly.
At The Trowbridge, we anticipate your parents' needs. If they
have a doctor's appointment, we take them. If an appliance should
need repair, our maintenance staff fixes it. In fact, with all the services
we provide, such as delicious, chef-prepared dinners, housekeeping
and linens, your parents will have more time for their friends and inter-
ests. To find out more, write or call today.

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A Premier Rental Retirement Community

24111 Civic Center Drive • Southfield, MI 48034 • (313) 352-0208

THE DFTRUIT JEWISH NEWS

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