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August 18, 1995 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-18

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Our Home Is Your. Home

PHOTOS BY GLENN TRIEST

The Talmud teaches, in Berkhot 17a, that "the
highest form of wisdom is lovingkindness."
Late last month, 300 volunteers from Tem-
ple Israel demonstrated lovingkindness by wel-
coming into their congregation 26 homeless
men, women and children.
The weeklong project, chaired by Pam Haron
and Frank Russ, washeld at the temple for the
fifth year in a row. It provides food and shelter, as well as
a way for the homeless to connect with local social-service
agencies.
The shelter program is sponsored by the Temple Israel
Social Action Committee, which is headed by Susie Leemas-
ter and Karen Rouff. 1-1

Top Left:
Ellis Martinelli with his mother, Klara
Peterson.

Above:
After dinner, Robert Swiger sat down with his
Bible.

Left:
Volunteers Ida Nathan and Howard Heicklen
pack lunches.

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