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September 27, 2002 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-27

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cov er

Hillel

School

for Parents of C ildren Entering
Kindergarten and Pt grade in the Fall of 2003

Tuesday, October 15, 7:00 PM

Come and

discover

an exceptional

learning

environment.

HILLEL

Hillel Day School students are challenged to meet

the highest standards of academic excellence.

Hillel offers you and your child a journey towards a
love of Jewish learning...

a celebration of our culture and language...

and a creation of friendships that last a lifetime.

For more information, call Rochelle Iczkovitz,

Director of Admissions, at (248) 851-3220.

DAY SCHOOL OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

And the Goldman-Hermelin Education Foundation
at the Schostak Family Campus
32200 MIDDLEBELT ROAD
FARMINGTON HILLS, MI 48334-1715

9/27

2002

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Hillel Day School is a constituent agency of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
and is accredited by the Solomon Schechter Day School Association.

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Community

Inline Hockey Center
Hosts Tournament

The InLine Hockey Center will host a
house invitational tournament Oct.
10-12. There will be separate compe-
titions for seven divisions: 6 and
under, 8 and under, 10 and under, 12
and under, 14 and under, 16 and
under and women.
Each team will consist of a mini-
mum of eight skaters and a goalie;
teams must show proof that they play
together in a house league. There is a
three-game guarantee with three, 10-
minute running clock periods in each
game.
Points are tallied by periods; and at
the end of three games, the team with
the most points advances. Teams
receive two points for each period
won, zero points for each period lost,
one point for a tied period, two
points for winning the game and one
point for a tie game. There will be
prizes for the winners in each divi-
sion. The fee is $300 per team.
The IHC is in the Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield.
For information, call the IHC,
(248) 432-5584.

Volunteers Sought
For Fall Fix-Up

Volunteers are needed for Jewish
Family Service's sixth annual Fall Fix
Up Project from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 3.
Volunteers will meet at Yeshivas
Darchei Torah, 21550 W. 12 Mile
Road, Southfield, for breakfast,
assignment, tools and supplies.
This program is aimed at serving
our community's homebound older
. adults who are in need of minor
home repairs and indoor-outdoor
cleanup. Teams of volunteers will rake
leaves, hang pictures, clean-organize
basements, winterize windows, change
light bulbs and do other minor home
repairs.
Micki Grossman and Mark Landau
are chairs of Fall Fix Up. Sponsors
include Farmer Jack Supermarkets,
Franklin Bank, Murray's Ace
Hardware of Redford and Providence
Hospital.
The JFS event will be part of
"Michigan Make A Difference Day".
Those interested in volunteering
should call Carol Fletcher at Jewish
Family Service, (248) 559-1500.

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