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March 10, 1995 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-10

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Le PEN EVERY SATU RD •

OPEN EVERY SATURDAY

BILL
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The Women's Health Club
of the
Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit

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Wednesday, March 22

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our outstanding Boutique
beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Luncheon 12:00 p.m.

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Informal modeling coordinated by
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Keynote Speaker:

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The Ann Landers of the '90s

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To be held at the Maple/Drake Building

Admission $22.00

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variety of issues, including buss-
ing, road widening, cost of rent-
ing the land at the Maple-Drake
campus from Federation (the co-
owner of the land with the
United Jewish Foundation) and
Federation's relationship with
the school if it were to move onto
the campus.
They found that the school
could rent the land from
Federation for $1 a year with no
interference from Federation in
running the school.
They also found that the bus
service provided free of charge to
many of the students who live in
Farmington Hills by the
Farmington Hills School District
would end because of the move to
the area covered by the Walled
Lake School District. That dis-
trict's busses would probably pro-
vide the service for Walled Lake
residents.
The subcommittee recom-
mended that if the school decides
to move to the Maple-Drake cam-
pus that a free or affordable bus
service be provided to students
who live in the Oak Park-
Southfield area.
After a brief intermission, the
cost team presented its findings.
With the help of construction
experts, the subcommittee found
that the cost of a new building
relatively comparable to the
expanded Middlebelt location
would be $18,305,000, including
$600,000 for inflation. The num-
ber is about $2.3 million more
than the gift plus Hillel's capi-
tal campaign goal, said Sara
Zivian Zwickel, the subcommit-
tee leader.
Larry Horwitz, leader of the
demographic and parent opin-
ion subcommittee, used the help,
of Patricia Becker, a demogra-
pher, to present his team's find-
ings. The team surveyed the
current parent body. Of 461 fam-
ilies who have children at Hillel,
292 responded.
Fifty-seven percent of re-
spondents preferred the location
of the Middlebelt campus, citing
such reasons as travel time and
diversity of the student body.
Only 4 percent said they had
no opinion or preference of loca-
tion. The rest of the respondents,
29 percent, said they would pre-
fer the JCCampus, citing im-
proved parking and athletic
facilities.
The group also questioned par-
ents of children in Jewish nurs-
ery schools which provide the
school with future students. Of
those parents, 118 responded, 81
of whom want to send their chil-
dren to Hillel.
Of the 81, 45 said they would
send their child only if the school
remained at the Middlebelt
campus, four said they would
send their children only if the
school moved to the JCCampus
and 32 would send their child
no matter where the school was
located. El

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