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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-28

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HAVING A
PARTY?

Troopers, YASSpectacular,
Reunions And More

4 YE'd have to say our

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community has incredi-
ble people who always
ble out and lend a
helping hand. Neither rain, mud
nor soggy shoes deterred 35 vol-
unteers from planting flowers at
the JARC Flower-A-Thon re-
cently.
Over 100 flats of
flowers were planted
at nine JARC homes.
Ron Elkus, who
planted at the Milan
Home in Farmington
Hills, said, "It went
great, even though it
was pouring. We just
worked faster. It was
a lot of fun and a very
successful program."

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Laura and Dan Muzich.

If you missed this one, mark
your calendars for the next YASS
service on Friday, August 23, at
Adat Shalom. EYE'll be looking
for you.

School Daze

Remember Chicago's "Old

It seemed easier being with these
people because I did not have
those awkward teen-age insecu-
rities. It is worth it to go to your
reunion. Go for the one person
that you want to see. You might
just end up having an amazing
time."
Brian Starr said: "I'm excit-
ed about my upcoming
reunion. I'm looking for-
ward to seeing people
that I haven't seen in
years." _
"I have mixed emo-
tions, but I am definite-
ly going to my reunion,"
remarked Steve Te-

per.

Come Help Build
A Dream

0K, fellow Detroiters,
YASSpectacular
EYE have another vol-
EYE recently went
unteer opportunity for
to YASSpectacular
you. Join Volunteer
(Young Adult Shabbat
Network and Habitat
Service) at Adat
for Humanity in ren-
ovating, cleaning and
Shalom Synagogue,
and it was unlike any Sheri Lee, Denise Elson Parker and David Stollman attend their
greening neighborhood
homes from 8 a.m.-3
`regular" Shabbat Ser- Cranbrook Kingswood 10-year high-school reunion.
p.m. Sunday, June 30.
vice EYE've ever seen.
Prior to the service, there was a Days," that immortal song that
Volunteers, please bring pro-
picnic dinner. And throughout nearly every senior class used as tective eyewear (sunglasses are
its anthem? Were you a acceptable) and a brown-bag
the service, everyone in-
cool kid, geek or jock? lunch. You must be at least 16
teracted with each other;
Did you or will you be years old to participate. Meet at
many people attending
attending your high- the JCC in Oak Park and from
took part in leading por-
school reunion?
tions of the program.
there, everyone will carpool to
"I recently attended several area sites. For more in-
Plus, YASSpectacular
my reunion, and I actu- formation, call eitherJacki Gold
brought in a great a cap-
ally made friends with at (810) 643-4310, Kim Rivkin
pella group, Listen Up!,
JENNIFER
people I had never spo- at (810) 646-9640 or Joanie
to perform during the
MAULER
ken to in high school," Berger at Federation, (810) 642-
Oneg.
EYE SPY WRITER
said Sheri Lee. "I went 4260, Ext. 298.
"This was the best
to my 10-year reunion
YASS service so far — all
the services have been good, but and loved it," Denise Elson Our Future Leaders Step Up
tonight's was so cool because of Parker commented. "I felt like
The United Jewish Appeal
the picnic and the group," said it was a chance to be young again. Young Leadership Cabinet re-
cently honored several Detroiters
for achieving regional and na-
tional positions. On the local
front, the Honorable Helene
White was named Detroit Area
UJA Women's Young Leadership
Cabinet chairperson. Mitchell
Mondry and the Jewish News'
own Arthur Horwitz were
named Detroit Area UJA Men's
Young Leadership Cabinet co-
chairmen.
The UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet was created as a means
of identifying, recruiting, edu-
cating and training young men
and women of proven leadership
abilities with the potential to be
future leaders of the American
Jewish community. To learn
more about the UJA Young Lead-
ership Cabinet, call Marianne
Sharon and Howard Eisenshtadt picked up their flowers and headed to JARC's
Milgrom at the Jewish Federa-
Charach Epstein Home in West Bloomfield where Sharon served as the project
tion, (810) 642-4260, Ext. 305. ❑
captain.

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