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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-20

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WINTER is comiNGIII

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are scheduled. There are many events
in and around Detroit that are sched-
uled on Shabbat or on or near Jewish
holidays. There are also not many
kosher food options at these events, or
at least, significant vegetarian food
options to accommodate the traditional
Jewish diet. I think this prevents many
Jews from taking part in many events to
any degree of significance to be noticed.
As long as our community as a whole
continues to conduct our communal
business in the West Bloomfield area
and beyond, we will seem like a far-
away people to most of the gentile pop-
ulation.
I urge our community leaders to hold
more events at the Jewish Community
Center in Oak Park and also to take a
more active role in developing the sub-
urbs that share Detroit's northern bor-
der. We must be seen if we are to be
considered an active partner in the
greater community.
Frank V. Castronova

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All of us at Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit want to thank
you for your "The Jewish Focus On
Education" series (Aug. 23, page 25).
The stories were inspiring and we were
particularly thrilled to see Hillel gradu-
ates Ilana Gaba and Jenny Cohn fea-
tured in two of the articles.
Now entering our 45th year, Hillel
Day *School continues to educate the
future leaders of our Jewish community.
We are proud of all our thousands of
alumni as they have ascended to major
leadership roles throughout the local
and national Jewish community.
Hillel celebrates the appointment of
Daniella HarPaz Mechnikov (1984) as
the educational director of
Congregation B'nai Moshe, joining
Adat Shalom Synagogue's Elissa Berg
(1967) as local religious school princi-
pals. They join Hillel's K-5 Judaics
Head Cindy Friedman (1984) and
Rabbi-in-Residence Michele Faudem
(1983) as local professional leaders in
Jewish education.
We express our thanks to the Jewish
News for its support and recognition of
our work.
Dr. Mark Smiley

headmaster, Hillel Day School
Robert H. Orley
president, Hillel Day School
. Farmington Hills

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