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June 16, 1995 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-16

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.7 THE

INCREDIBLE

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FEST

SUNDAY MAY 21, 1995

To the organizations and individuals who provided financial support:

Matthew Prentice and Unique Restaurant Corp.
Irving and Barbara Nusbaum
Arbor Drugs
Pistons/Palace Foundation
Thorn Apple Valley
Chuck Soberman of Mercury Paints

To the organizations that sponsored the event:

United Jewish Foundation, the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and its Michigan/Israel Connection

To the organizations that co-sponsored the event:

The Jewish News
Jewish Community Center

To the organizations that provided the many hands-on activities:

Agency for Jewish Education
Jewish Experiences for Families

Labor Zionist Alliance

Habonim Camp Tavor
Na'amat USA
Alumni of Project Discovery and Otzma

Miracle Mission for Teens

To the community businesses that helped promote the event:

Oak Park:

7-11
Lincoln Cleaners and Tailors
New York Pizza World
Crown Travel
Lincoln Barber Shop
Euro Food International
Kmart
Farmer Jack
Lakewood Specialty Food Center
3-Way Cleaners

Birmingham:
Leo's Coney Island
Paper Bag
Wells Freight & Cargo
Hansel N' Gretel Shoppe
Walden Books
Haagen-dazs Shoppe
Borders Books

Borenstein's Books
3/C Computers
Efros Drugs
Minsk International
Temple Emanu-El
Book Beat
Bread Basket Deli
New York Bagel
Pita Cafe

West Bloomfield:
American Bulk Food
Barnes & Noble
Mail Boxes, Etc.
Coffee Exchange
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
Shopping Center Market
Knit, Knit, Knit
Book People
Star Traxx
Guys 'n' Gals

Farmington
Cohen's Kosher Meats
Affordable Travel
Border's Books & Music
Twigs Floral Gallery
Vineyards
Aardvark Custom Framing
Warren's Prescriptions
George Barry Books
Farmington Souvlaki Coney Island
New York Bagel
Andy's Cafe
Rear Ends
D. Dennison's Restaurant
Brody's
Travel Max
Talking Books
Sock Shop
Cinderella's Castle

Bloomfield Hills
Leo's Coney Island
Barnes & Noble
Mira Clean Dry Cleaners
G'eon's Hair and Nail Salon
The Vitamin Outlet
Mary Ann's Kitchen
The Bloomfield Hills Florist
One Hour Martinizing
Subway
Dunkin Donuts
Woodward Framing
Mail Boxes Etc.

Southfield
Damman Hardware
BDJ's Deli
Rachel's Needlepoint

Beverly Hills
Vic's Fruit Market
Lois Gross Cleaners
Street Corner Music

And to the many others who made the event a sucess:

Yehudis Shapiro, Steven Shewach, Marla Swartz, Aaron Averbuch, Ruth Vosko, Ari Sherizen, Elana Erdstein, Jennifer L. Mattler,
Jeffrey Sternberg, Hon. Paul D. Borman, Young Adult Division, Michael Har Paz and the Golden Mountain Groove, Hillel Day School Choir
and its director, Robin Lash, Helen Naimark, Zvika Ashkenaz, Mark, Debbie, Ryan and Andrew Landau , Moishe Rosenfeld of Goldenland Connection
and the Chairpersons, David and Doreen Hermelin

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