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September 06, 2002 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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happy cknO pr, per6.49 flew Year.

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JULIUS, RUTH &
BARBARA CHUPACK

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happy aria ptOSper0s flew Year.

MR. & MRS:,;

We wish our family anb frienos a very healthy,
happy anb prOSperous new Year.

ARLENE & CHUCICBtERMAN & FAMILY

Pt %ream cuali
Nletv eart9-14 Oar

Frivalb tutd,Faimilt.

RANDY & BARRY MITNICK
HALYE & ART AISNER
ROBYN & LARRY KOVACS •

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Nieto earto-Pd Oar

an effort to eliminate Jews,"
she added. "Then I came to
this country where, in many
instances, there were quotas
on Jews. I swore I would not
be guilty of the very practice I
abhorred when it was directed
at me."
In the end, the move for
restrictions was soundly
defeated.
"I think that the increase of
non-Jews in GLYC arose out of
common interests," Lantor said.
"Today, the ratio is about 65-
35. Although our members are
predominantly from areas to
the west, people from the east
side have joined as well.
"For that matter, if someone
had told me 20 years ago that
there would be an active Jewish
community in Grosse Pointe,
I'd have said, 'No chance.' But
there is such a thing," he said.
"Like us, they found their niche
in a predominantly non-Jewish
area and made a home there."

The Third Generation

A few GLYC boaters are sec-
ond-generation members, but
there is a dearth of third-gener-
ation candidates.

"It used to be that the whole
family went sailing together on
the weekend," said second-gen-
eration member Robin Edelson.
"There were fewer options 20
years ago. But lifestyles have
changed. Today, the kids are in
soccer and baseball and tennis,
and they can choose from a
hundred other activities.
"It's a shame, not only -
because of the natural beauty
they miss, but also for the disci-
pline and cooperation only sail-
ing provides," she said.
GLYC's eight-week-long
summer Junior SailingPro-
gram, available to members and
non-members alike, once had
as many as 60 kids. Today, the
membership is older and the
program actively seeks partici-
pants.
"We don't see a lot of young
families anymore," Lantor said.
"New members are predomi-
nantly [people] in their 40s or
50s, with kids who are already
teenagers or out on their own.
[But] we have full membership
and no open wells. We're in
good shape." ❑

Ftivalb cuitgaatift.

West tvisilelfiit et

hleo,

BARBARA, EDWARD, JORDYN,
JUSTIN & NICOLE GUDEMAN

PAest wisiles:fr. tr
fen- 04y, heal*

Yletut

MARCUS & PAULA LAST

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, heal*

eto Yetti.

CHERYL FOXMAN
& LYNN LESCH

4:51.tattireva

2002 • 5763

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to all
out
and telativeb.

JULIE, STEVE
& DONOVAN BROWN

c

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A %ream aktkii
1\lew eart9-00cir
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veto Newt

2002 • 5763

to all
out
and relatives.

MORTON & ALICE BERLIN

g 5tiatusTova

21302 • 5763

,STEVEN, MERLE & MICHAEL BAND,
MINNIE BERNBERG

;

to 'all

out
and telative.6.

MR. & MRS. NORMAN
ADELSBERG

For information on the Great Lakes Yacht Club, call
(586) 778-9510.

9/ 6

CLAIRE & MARV TAMAROFF

2002

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