PH, ANN, RACHEL
& SARA ZUCKMAN
Sets Open House
The Jewish Academy of Metropolitan Detroit will host an open
house for prospective students and their families at 7 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Jewish Community Center in West
Bloomfield. The day high school begins its third year with 110 stu-
dents, representing a 25 percent increase in enrollment. Staff reten-
tion is at 100 percent.
JAMD students come from all three major denominations and
from families not affiliated with a synagogue. Twenty-five percent
of the students are graduates of a public or private secular school.
Others are graduates of Jewish day schools.
JAMD also has its first boarder, a student from suburban
Buffalo, N.Y., who will live with a local family.
JAMD is accepting applications for the 2003-2004 academic
year. Financial aid is available to qualifying families.
A recent endowment gift of $20 million assures "JA/vID's con-
tinuing presence as an outstanding educational institution in this
community," said Rabbi Lee Buckman, head of school.
"Disbursement of funds is conditioned on challenging, but
attainable goals and is expected to begin in approximately three
Teens and their families are invited to attend the fall open house.
For information and an admissions packet, call (248) 592-JAMD.
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& GERTRUDE SHAW
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LEON & FAY SIEGEL
Exhibit Highlights War Vets
The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, the United
Jewish Foundation, the Jewish Community Center and the
Department of Michigan Jewish War Veterans of the USA will
install a perma-
ing Jewish men
and women from
served in the U. S.
The exhibit will
bilia and an inter-
kiosk that will
ence from the
In a group of Army personnel during World
Civil War through War II, Detroiter Morris D. Baker is at the
the Gulf War.
of the exhibit will
be the section on World War II. It will include the only known
Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to a Jewish soldier from
Michigan in. World War II, presented posthumously to Second
Lieutenant Raymond Zussman, Cavalry, U.S. Army, for "heroic
and inspiring leadership" for his actions in France in 1944.
The exhibit is scheduled to open to the public on or about
Memorial Day 2003. The 40-foot installation will be housed in
the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield.
Robert Slatkin chairs the committee working on the exhibit;
and James Conway Design LLC will provide design services.
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2002 • 5763
RETT, CAIDEY & ZACK
RYN & BRYAN
MOLLY, BRAD & D.J.
MEL & BARBARA RYCUS
2002 • 5763
SHERYL POMERANCE &
EVAN & CYDNEY
May the coming
year be filled
with health and
all our family