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August 23, 2002 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-23

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Community

Tzedakah Campaign
For Israeli Kids

Rosh Hashanah

ITS NOT YOUR REGULAR ROSH HASHANAH/YOM

Kippur option. It's for the entire community, a place
for anybody to feel comfortable. Because every-

body should have a place to feel at home on the
High Holidays.

at The

Shul

special Interactive Rosh HaShanah Children's

Program and Celebration, just for them, with

stories, games, fun activities, prizes, (even a special

Rosh HaShanah Puppet Show for little kids), and

much more!

What's more, your kids

Services are free but you

will have a blast too.

need to call The Shul

(248-788-4000) • to

Kids will get to be a

part of the High

register.

Holiday experience in

So come hear the

a really exciting way.

sound of the Shofar.

We'll be having a

OUR NEW CENTER AT 6890 WEST MAPLE ROAD

And have a blast.

Chabad-Lubavitch

'THE In

6890 West Male
P Rd., West Bloomfield, MI 48322 248 788 4000
www.theshulnet • email: highholidays@theshul.net

PLUMBING TIPS

PUT AWAY THE PLUNGER!

8/23
2002

50

If your toilet will not
flush or you have to
flush it two or three
times to clear the bowl,
you are a victim of the
new 1.6 gallon per flush
toilets. There is a solu-
tion. A
compa-
ny
JEFFREY MOSS called
Toto, the
world's largest manufac-
turer of plumbing prod-
ucts, has a full line of
high performance 1.6
gallon toilets.
These toilets feature:
• Most powerful
gravity flush toilet ever.
• 2 1/8", 100% glazed
trapways, largest in the industry.
• 3" flush valve vs. standard 2".
• Consumer Digest Best Buy.

• Siphon jet action to assist perform-
ance for efficiency
• Designed for commercial and resi-
dential installations.
The toilet you
Jeffrey Moss is
select should be able
vice-president of
to perform flawlessly.
Advance Plumbing
You
Supply Co.
should
have a
Call 800-560-7474
sense of
toll free
confi-
dence in
your toi- 1977 E.W. Maple Rd.,
let, know-
Walled Lake, MI
ing it will
48390
function
with one. flush.
For more information and
a free 28 page guide on
selecting the right toilet call
Advance Plumbing Supply Company
at 248-669-7474 or visit us at
www.advanceplumbing.com .

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a

John J. Mames Chapter, Michigan
Region of Magen David Adom for
Israel (Israel's Emergency Service), will
launch a community-wide tzedakah
campaign aimed at children in
Michigan, encouraging them to send
blessings of healing to children in
Israel.
The focus is to collect new bears
and blankets for injured children who
are being transported by ambulance in
Israel. The bears and blankets will be
'shipped to Israel in ambulances
donated by the Michigan Region.
Operation Bear-Blanket will launch
Sunday, Aug. 25, at the Michigan
Chapter of Magen David Adorn for
Israel's annual dinner held at Adat
Shalom Synagogue in Farmington
Hills. New teddy bears and blankets
will be on sale at the dinner.
Attendees will be asked to donate
$18 for a bear or blanket to be donat-
ed and shipped in their name. All
proceeds will go toward medical
equipment and supplies in Israel.
For information, contact ARMDI,
(248) 353-0434.
Magen David Adorn has asked local
educators to integrate Operation
Bear-Blanket into their own tzedakah
programming. Congregations Shaarey
Zedek, Beth Ahm and B'nai Moshe;
Adat Shalom Synagogue; Temple
Israel, Hillel Day School. and Jewish
Academy of Metropolitan Detroit
have all committed to initiate individ-
ual programs involving this project.
For information about making a
donation or getting a synagogue or
organization involved, call Sheri Stay,
Norma Dorman or Nancy Adler,
(248) 661-8900.

Early
Deadlines

The Jewish. News will have early
local news deadlines for the issue
of Sept. 6, the Rosh Hashanah
issue. All local material to be con-
sidered for that issue must be
received before noon Tuesday,
Aug. 27.

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