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March 17, 1995 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-17

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Not A Sale, But A
Remarkable Simulation.

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findings: that a new building formed in December and broken
would have no impact on educa- into four subcommittees to ex-
tional quality; that bus service amine subjects related to the
would have to be provided to peo- cost of a new building. These in-
e Oak
a Park-Southfield- chided demographics; the feel-
P 1e in the
Huntington Woods area; and that ings of the parent body about the
57 percent of respondents to a issue; the proposed location's
parent survey preferred the possible impact on educational
content; and transportation con-
Middlebelt Road site.
As the board studies the find- cerns.
The main reason the contin-
ings, two construction companies
will be asked to provide cost es- ued study was requested was to
timates for a possible school at further look at and verify the ac-
the Maple-Drake site. The esti- curacy of subcommittee findings
mates would be based on a school regarding the pricing of a new
of Hillel's size after the planned building on the Maple-Drake site.
expansion but with updates such The subcommittee, using cost
as wider halls and a full-size gym projections, found that a new
that would be part of a newer building would cost $18,305,000,
$2.3 million more than the pro-
school.
The estimates are not con- posed gift plus the capital cam-
tracts and therefore are not legal- paign goal.
Hillel president Robert
ly binding should the school
Schostak said the board needs
decide to move.
The school began studying more concrete numbers before it
move-related issues after being can make a decision. He empha-
presented with a $5 million gift sized that requesting additional
proposal from developer and time does not mean the board will
Oakland Mall owner Jay Kogan. override task-force findings.
"If the potential gift is not in
The gift carries a stipulation that
the school move from its current the school's best interests, I will
site at Middlebelt Road and not support it," he said.
Parents also complained at the
Northwestern Highway to the
meeting that the board was
JCCampus.
The proposal came during an "ducking issues" and should keep
$11 million capital campaign to the meeting open "in the spirit of
pay for a 28,000-square-foot, two- communication."
• "In the spirit of communica-
story addition to the rear of Hillel
and add $3 million to the school's tion, we have been very spirit-
endowment fund. The plans for ed," Mr. Schostak replied, adding
the expansion are continuing on that community forums had been
schedule with groundbreaking held to keep the parents in-
formed. "While it may appear
set for June.
The task force, comprising 20 that there is a covert agenda
parents of Hillel students, was here, there is not." El

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On Rosen Pool

In the Feb. 24 issue, an article
appeared highlighting the dedi-
cation of the Samantha Erin
Rosen Pool for Children at the
Jewish Community Center.
While the article included many
of the details from the day, there
are certain facts that I'd like to
add.
At the dedication ceremony,
Alan Rosen's moving speech de-
scribed how his daughter,
Samantha, was a generous, car-
ing, sharing two-year-old who
loved to swim and attended
many different classes at the
JCC. Samantha's enjoyment of
the facilities at the JCC is the
reason why her grandparents,
Helen and Sy Indianer, decided
to contribute a lasting memorial
for young and old to use togeth-
er for fun and health.
The pool starts at a zero grade
that gradually increases to 4 1/2
feet deep. This type of entry
makes the pool accessible to

crawlers. The pool is shallow
enough that small children can
stand in it, thereby increasing
their confidence in the water.
The deep end is separated
from the shallow section by a
wall. The deep side of the wall
also has a built-in bench so that
parents can sit in the pool while
their children are playing or tak-
ing swimming lessons.
The side of the Samantha Erin
Rosen Children's Pool that faces
the outdoor pool consists of a se-
ries of sliding-glass doors. In the
summer these doors will be open,
allowing a shaded area for peo-
ple to swim.
The pool will be maintained
through an endowment fund es-
tablished by Samantha's parents,
Phyllis Indianer and Alan Rosen.
Madalyn Rosen has established
an endowment fund in memory
of her late husband, Stanley, to
provide diverse and creative pro-
gramming for the pool.

Douglas Bloom
Birmingham

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