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January 07, 1994 - Image 117

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-07

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From 1 to 5 pm, at the

On Janua
9th, we as
that you open
your mind,
your heart
and your
cupboard.

Maple/Drake Jewish Community

Center, the first ever Social Action

Day will take place. And the only

cost to attend is one can of food.



Something you can easily grab from

the cupboard on your way over.

Your donation will be passed on to

an emergency food provider in

the area. So basically you'll be

helping others before you even walk

in the door. Of course, once you're

inside more than thirty social

service agencies will be there to

provide you with information

and volunteer opportunities.

In addition, there will be

seminars focusing on critical issues

such as hunger, homelessness and

the environment. And Danny Siegel,

nationally renowned author and

lecturer, will share his thoughts on

the value of community service.

Please make plans to attend. And

remember—bring a can of food.

With it, you'll be feeding more than

just the hungry. You'll be feeding

your desire for a better world.





SOCIAL
ACTION
D
A
JANUARY 9, 1994

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To register, call
810-642-5393

Co-sponsored by Jewish Community Council, The Jewish News and Jewish Community Center & the Social Action Committee Council (Adat Shalom, Beit Kodesh,
B'nai Moshe, Beth Abraham Hillel Moses, Beth Achim, Beth Shalom, Birmingham Temple, B'nai David, Congregation Shir Tikvah, Shaarey Zedek, Temple Beth El,
Temple Emanu-El, Temple Israel, Temple Kol Ami, Temple Shir Shalom & Young Israel Council of Metropolitan Detroit). Ad created by W.B. Doner & Co.

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