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October 07, 1994 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-07

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Reporting The News
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f you ask David Schechter was directed by Andover and
about living in Dubuque, Lahser High School teacher Bar-
Iowa, he will tell you how dif- bara Lange. The students
ferent it is from Detroit and worked two days on an assembly
Ann Arbor.
line, sorting, washing and can-
With a population of 60,000, ning the fruit. "It was fulfilling
there are only 70 Jews in the to know you are helping some-
area. "The sense of community one," said Mitch Katz, an An-
is heartwarming," he says. For dover sophomore. Some of the
the High Holidays, the commu- other Andover students include&
nity flies in a student rabbi.
Dana Lupiloff, Jon Nyquist,
Mr. Schechter, formerly
of West Bloomfield and a
University of Michigan
graduate, is the morning
news anchor on KDUB-TV
in Dubuque.
When he was the gener-
al assignment reporter, he
gathered filmed wrote and
edited the news. Instead of
using computers, he used a
typewriter.
He enjoys living in Sandi Faber (far right) with Andover students.
Dubuque and often finds
himself teaching people about Ju- Nicole Osten, Jodi Tepper,
Daniel Mafrice and Loren
daism.
Thal. Sandi Faber, assistant
principal at Andover, joined the
ISRAEL BONDS
students.
The State of Israel Bonds 1994
fall leadership conference con-
venes this weekend in Los An- GILDA'S CLUB
geles. More than 250 American
"Hats Off," a gala fund-raiser
Jewish leaders will meet to ex- for Gilda's Club, a non-profit sup-
change ideas. Some of the De- port group for cancer in memory
troit participants include: Jack of actress Gilda Radner, will
Gallon, Sheldon and Rose take place 7 p.m. Oct. 18 at Roz
Rita Goldman, Leo and Mar- & Sherm. Sherry Margolis will
ian Goldner, Stephen and emcee the event, which includes
Linda Hayman, David and a celebrity hat auction. The
Doreen Hermelin, Rochelle board of directors include: Ber-
Lieberman, Terry and Meryl nice Gadon, Marcia Ger-
Podolsky and Bernard and shenson, Jacqueline Grekin,
Barbara Stollman..
Ina Kadish, Geri Lester, Mau-
reen Martinez, Sherry
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Medsker and Carol Silver-
Students from the Bloomfield man. For ticket information, call
Hills School District recently par- 352-7779.
Also, Roz & Sherm will now
ticipated in the "Kids Can Make
a Difference Campaign" by can- donate 20 percent of a Joseff of
ning peaches for the Oakland Hollywood jewelry collection pur-
County Food Bank. The project chase to Gilda's Club.

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