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August 05, 1994 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-05

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Alone, the individual Jew would have been lost
many times and long ago, but a Jew is never alone.
Being Jewish is a remedy against solitude, for a Jew is
forever surrounded by his community...

Elie Wiesel

Whatever way we choose to practice our faith, there are
certain times of the year — like the High Holy Days —
when we need to be with other Jews.

Whatever our personal circumstances, being part of a
congregation enables us to reach out to other members of
our extended Jewish family — and for them to reach out to us.

The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit supports
the efforts of our area synagogues and temples to touch the lives
of every individual and family.

On the eve of the New Year, think about doing yourself
and your dear ones a favor:

Join the congregation of your choice.

Best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year.

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Allied Jewish Campaign

This message is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

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