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ocal programming taking
place on Wednesday, Sept.
11, in commemoration of
the 9-11 tragedies includes:
• Jewish Community Center, Oak
Park: The observance beginning at
8:30 a.m. will include an invocation
by Temple Kol Ami Rabbi Emeritus
Ernst Conrad and recitation of the
Pledge of Allegiance by representa-
tives of the Russian Jewish War
Veterans. Cantor David Gutman will
sing the "Star-Spangled Banner,"
accompanied by Martin
Mandelbaum. Participants will
observe a moment of silence and view
New York City's televised observance.
A presentation to Officer Jim Luxton
of the Oak Park Department of
Safety will take place.
• West Bloomfield JCC: The pro-
gram will begin at 8:30 a.m. with an
invocation by Rabbi Joshua Bennett of
Temple Israel, followed by the Pledge
of Allegiance by Albert Rosen, past
commander of the Department of
Michigan, Jewish War Veterans. Cantor
Earl Berris of Congregation B'nai
Moshe and students of the Jewish
Academy of Metropolitan Detroit,
accompanied by Gary Rimar, will lead
the singing of the "Star-Spangled
Banner" and "God Bless America."
A moment of silence will be held,
followed by the viewing of the New
York City observance and a presenta-
tion to the West Bloomfield police
and fire departments, represented by
Assistant Fire Chief Ray Riggs and
Police Officer Chuck Mendham.
There also will be an interactive
display, decorated with lights repre-
senting each individual lost in the
terror attacks. Attendees may light a
candle, place a stone and take with
them the name of one of the deceased.
• National Conference for
Community and Justice: The
Michigan Region NCCJ-sponsored
Prayer Caravan will transport a group
of interfaith leaders from Southeast
Michigan for brief worship services at
four sites, commemorating the four
sites of the 9-11 tragedies. One stop
is scheduled for 9:45 a.m. at Hillel
Day School of Metropolitan Detroit
in Farmington Hills.
Religious leaders involved in the
services include Cardinal Adam
Maida, Rabbi Daniel Nevins of Adat
Shalom Synagogue, Imam Abdulatif
Berry, Bishop Linda Lee, Bishop
Robert Rimbo and Imam Abdullah
The program is coordinated with
the involvement of groups that
.include the Archdiocese of Detroit,
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, Council of
Baptist Pastors, Detroit and Vicinity,
Council of Islamic Organizations,
Presbytery of Detroit and Episcopal
Diocese of Michigan.
The commemoration focuses on
children, offering a reminder of the
importance of interfaith understand-
ing and respect, peaceful resolution of
worldwide conflicts- and hope for a
better world for all children.
• Temple Israel: The West
Bloomfield Clergy Association and
Community Forum, comprised of
clergy and community leaders of vari-
ous faiths from West Bloomfield
township, is hosting a 7 p.m. memori-
al prayer. The program will include a
peace-signing ceremony and pay trib-
ute to those who died in the tragedies
of 9-11 as well as honor those who
continue to serve our community.
• Detroit Institute of Arts: "A Day
of Remembrance" is planned, an
opportunity for reflection through a
program of poetry and music._ Area
poets will present readings on themes
related to 9-11. The poets are Chris
Tysh, Marilynn Rashid, Melba Joyce
Boyd, Terry Blackhawk and Ron
Allen. A musical performance will
feature soprano soloist Audrey Luna.
Programming will take place in the
Rivera Court at the DIA, 5200
Woodward, Detroit. Museum admis-
sion, including the poetry and music
programs, will be free during regular
hours, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. For perform-
ance times, call (313) 833-7900.
• City of Southfield: A memorial
ceremony will be held at 8:15 a.m. at
the Southfield Pavilion, 26000
Evergreen Road, to remember the vic-
tims of the 9-11 tragedy and their
families. Participants come from the
Southfield Police and Fire depart-
ments, the Southfield and Southfield-
Lathrup high schools' Madrigal
groups., Hope United Methodist
Church, Young Israel of Southfield
and Southfield Mayor Brenda
Lawrence. A moment of silence will
be observed at 8:46 a.m., followed by
a special dedication and unveiling of
a memorial donated by Haley Funeral