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The JCCA allows member orga-
nizations to withhold dues in
times of financial difficulty.
Other plans, like an upcom-
ing car raffle, are expected to gen-
erate an additional $50,000.
The Center hopes to hold a
capital fund-raising drive to raise
money to renovate the 19-year-
old facility and will submit a bud-
get of perceived capital-needs
items to the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit.
Center officials would like to
use funds for new locker-room
tiles, improved lighting and
floors, easier access to and around
the health club and a revamped
lobby at the West Bloomfield fa-
Richard Rubin of Farmington
Hills uses the Maple-Drake JCC
seven days a week and just re-
newed his health-club member-
ship. While he said he has never
been dissatisfied with the JCC,
he said he can't help but notice a
number of changes occurring over
the last several months.
"I've seen the Center make a
concerted effort to listen to mem-
bers, take action and upgrade
their product," Mr. Rubin said.
"You still hear grumblings from
some members, but the Center is
really making an effort to cater
to its members. Yes, there are
problems and yes, they let the
health club slide, but I think the
JCC is a tremendous resource for
"When this is over, we will
have a stronger and better
Center," Mr. Bloom said. "There
may be a different emphasis, like
more quality and less quantity.
We have to see how the services
we offer fit into the community's
framework. We're still a social-
service agency that happens to
have a health club. We cannot
forget our mission." ❑
This year, for the first time, a na-
tional champion will be crowned
in AZA basketball. The national
tournament will be held in
Washington, D.C., in May.
The Michigan Region hopes to
have a team in the nation's cap-
ital battling it out to be the best
in the country.
First, though, the regional
playoffs will be held April 1-2
at the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center in West
The playoff champion will ad-
vance to the sectionals April 7-9
in Wisconsin, where qualifiers
will be determined for the na-
Michigan Region officials are
looking for sponsors to help offset
the expenses of sending a team
to Wisconsin and hopefully to
Washington. Interested? Call
Miriam Foner-Gould, (810) 788-