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August 19, 1994 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-19

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The first thing you have to do
is find the right temple for the kids.
Then book the Bar/Bat Mitzvah date.
Because Temple Shir Shalom
is breaking ground on August 28!

At Temple Shir Shalom, your child's Jewish
education is our most important concern. We want
to create a Jewish learning experience that makes
education more of a pleasure, and less of a pain,
for both you and your child.

We're breaking ground on August 28 at 4.30 p.m. to
lay the groundwork for a new Shir Shalom Temple,
and build a foundation for your child's education.
We want your children to enjoy discovering their
Jewish identity and find meaning in Jewish customs
beyond mere memorization.

'And, why Shir Shalom has a tish, a question and-

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answer period, at the conclusion of every service.
So that personal concerns and questions about the
mysteries of our faith can be addressed.

Our membership reflects the diversity of today's
society. Families, young and old; singles with or
without children; intermarrieds; converts to Judaism;
and blended families. Each member is an important
part of the special mix that is Shir Shalom.

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• That's why we guarantee single Bar or Bat
Mitzvah dates to each child who enrolls in our

school. So that child knows that he or she is
special. And feels a sense of individual
accomplishment.

• It's also why we have once-a-week Hebrew school
(on Monday, Wednesday, or Sunday). Because
we realize that children and families have so many
commitments in their lives.

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RIP Mk"

And now we look forward to the future, as we move
closer to our soon-to-be-realized vision of a new
building on the corner of Walnut Lake and Orchard
Lake Roads. What better time to become a part of
the Shir Shalom family?

For membership information or if you want to
experience Shir Shalom personally by coming to our
prospective members' tea, please call Carol Ogusky,
Rick Smith, or Rabbi Dannel Schwartz at 737-8700.

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