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August 23, 2002 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-23

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Our parents sought EXCELLENCE.
That's why we're going to JAMD.

• EXCELLENCE in academics
The Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
• EXCELLENCE in Judaics
• EXCELLENCE in arts and athletics Detroit is a coeducational independent
Jewish high school that integrates
a comprehensive college preparatory
JEWISH
curriculum with an intensive
ACADEMY
Jewish Studies prog,ram.

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Applications for the fall 2003-2004 school year are now being accepted.

Tuition assistance and a variety of
payment plans are available.

For more information, contact Head of School, Rabbi Lee Buckman at (248) 592-JAMD (5263).

JOIN US FOR THE JEWISH ACADEMY OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, October 10, 2002 at 7:00 pm
Marion and David Handleman Hall, located in the D. Dan and Betty Kahn Building of
The Jewish Community Center • 6600 Maple Road • West Bloomfield

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1942-2002

In this keepsake edition of the JN SourceBook, you'll find

JN's 60th Anniversary

8/23

2002

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and Readers' Choice Awards for
Jewish Detroit

Also look for the traditional
information SourceBook provides
about the Jewish community
you'll use all year:

Contact information for organizations,
schools, synagogues,
social service agencies, entertainment,
businesses and much more!

Look for your JN SourceBook
in September.

Faxon Singer, Lee P. Trepeck and
Sheri Wagner.
Members-at-large of the executive
committee: Barbra Giles, Lowell D.
Salesin, Bryce A. Sandler, Brian Yale
Satovsky, Jeffrey B. Schlussel and
Bradley Urdan.
Immediate past president Joshua
F. Opperer will serve as adviser to
the executive committee.
The following were re-installed as
directors: Jacquelyn A. Bell,
Michael M. Benchetrit, Richard H.
Bernstein, Heidi Lynn Brode, Lisa
Chottiner, Jeffrey L. Dwoskin,
Gayle H. Friedman, Jeremy P.
Kahn, Gabriel H. Karp, Rachel
Rubenfaer Karp, Joel M. Krugel,
Julie H. Leib, Tracey L.
Proghovnick, Aaron G. Pergament
and Robin K. Trepeck.
First-term directors are: Gershon
H. Askenazy, Staci D. Bloch, Julie
E. Eisman, Cindy Friedman,
Nathalie Giske, Regina Itkis, David
B. Kramer, Robin Schwartz, Amy
Weiner, Paul A. Wolf and Micha
Zwick.

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Happenings

For college age through 30-
something. This calendar is
published the second and
fourth Fridays of the month.

Aug. 23 Friday. Young Adult
Division Shul Crawl at
Congregation Shir Tikvah.
Spiritual discussion with Rabbi
Arnie Sleutelberg, renewal serv-
ice and dessert kiddush. RSVP:
Alaine
Waldshan, (248) 203-
l4

Aug. 25 Sunday, 2 p.m. A day
on Lake'St. Clair with YAD
Couples Committee at Great
Lakes Yacht Club, 23900
Jefferson Ave., St. Clair Shores.
Boat rides, swimming at the
pool, music, dancing, kosher
barbeque. Children welcome.
Cost: $10 per couple. RSVP:
Jonathan Goldstein, (248) 203-
1471.

Aug. 29 Thursday, 8:30 p.m.
YAD Bar Nite at Como's,
Ferndale.

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