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October 01, 1993 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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REACHING OU'T...

AROUND THE CORNER .

Outreach carried many meanings for Federation
this year.

It meant comforting and sustaining those who feel
the isolation of poverty and old age, of joblessness
and disability. Through Federation's agencies, and
with the help of thousands of volunteers, we
touched their lives with new programs and new
services.

Sam Miller and his parents
attended the Family Circle
Program for Families of People
With Special Needs at the
Agency for Jewish Education.

Below. left and right:

From east side and west side,
members of the Jewish
community of metro-
politan Detroit -- in-
cluding Ed Golenberg
and his daughter
Netta and Michael and
Barbara Aronow --
came together to
celebrate
Israel's
birthday.

Many people who once felt little connection to the
community shared a sense of pride and solidarity
on the Michigan Miracle Mission and at our local
Israel Independence celebration -- two extraordi-
nary events that brought us together. That, too,
was outreach.

For the many divisions and committees that enable
Federation to do its work efficiently and well,
outreach meant drawing upon new talent from
throughout the community. It meant providing
meaningful opportunities to serve our people and to
derive a sense of personal satisfaction.

--- —
Ron Klein and Bob Stone were
among the Allied Jewish
Campaign volunteers reaching
out to new contributors.

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