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October 22, 1993 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-22

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Temple Kol Ami
Mitzvah Day

Temple Kol Ami will hold its
annual Mitzvah Day Nov. 7
when members participate in
service projects throughout the
community. Nine different ac-
tivities are planned, ranging
from sewing quilts for AIDS ba-
bies to a day of companionship
with nursing home residents.
For information, call the syn-
agogue office, 661-0040, Lee
Shottenfels.

THESE DAYS, ONE OF THE HEALTHIEST
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INVESTMENT WE MADE IN 1912.

Over 80 years ago, when 35

neighbors pledged to build a hospital

on a patch of barren desert and care

for people afflicted with tubculosis,

some saw it as nothing more than a

Artist Concert
Features Pianist

Pianist Alex Slobodyanik will
be the featured performer at the
Music Study Club's annual
Artist Concert 3 p.m. Oct. 31 at
Berkley High School audito-
rium.
The proceeds from this con-
cert will support the Music
Study Club's scholarship pro-
gram, which helps Detroit area
young musicians continue their
studies.
In June 1991, Mr. Slo-
bodyanik won the first prize

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Mr. Slobodyanik has appeared
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The program will include
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