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October 04, 2002 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit-Super Sunday — Sunday, Oct.
20. 10-11:45 a.m., 11:45-2 p.m.
Volunteers needed to make calls. Max
M. Fisher Federation Bldg., Bloomfield
Twp. or Oak Park JCC. Activities for
children 2 and up. Heidi Hes (248)
203-1459.
Jewish Home and Aging Services
Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza
• Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities —
Trip Escorts, poker players, babies and
toddlers for Bubbe Baby and Zeyde
Club, entertainment hosts, makeup
artists, craft leaders, performers, social
dancers. Janet Antin (248) 661-2999.
• Fourteenth Annual Fleischman
Resident Fashion Show — Wednesday,
Nov. 13. Makeup artists, photographers,
video taper, dressers needed. Janet Antin
(248) 661-2999.
• New Year Party — Tuesday, Dec. 31,
2:30-4:30 p.m. Dance, pass out refresh-
ments and party favors. Janet Antin
(248) 661-2999.
• Nosh Nook — 3 hours weekly. Take
orders, make change, pick up orders,
prepare sandwiches, coffee.
Opportunities also available at Marvin
and Betty Danto Health Care Center.
Lori Kaminsky (248) 661-2999.
Dorothy and Peter Brown Jewish
Community Adult Day Care Program
— Help with activities for older adults
with memory loss disorders. West
Bloomfield Center needs people to talk
with participants, join in structured
activities or help with data entry and
answering phones.
Jewish Community Chaplaincy
Program
• Celebrate the Holidays — 1-2 hours,
before or during holidays. Deliver holi-
day treats to residents of care facilities
before Chanukah, Purim and Passover.
• Jewish Residents of Non-Jewish Care
Facilities — 1-3 hours monthly. Need
friendly visitors, religious service leaders,
program organizers, entertainers.
JHAS Guardianship Program
• Guardianship Volunteer — 1-2 hours
monthly. Monitor the care of
Guardianship clients in various residen-
tial settings. Shirley Jarcaig (248) 661-
2999, ext. 300.

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It's more than a
legal tagline.

Blue Cross
Blue Shield

of Michigan

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
is a nonprofit corporation and an
independent licensee of the Blue
Cross and Blue Shield Association.

It's how we do business.

"When our members have
questions, they can go to
any one of our 13 local
customer service centers
and speak with a Blue
Cross Blue Shield of
Michigan representative
who will answer their
questions face-to-face."

Jeff Rubleski
Sales Tearn Manager
of West Michigan

"Being a nonprofit
company is extremely
important because it allows
us to focus on the nature
of our business — taking
care of our members."

Phillip Gillespie
Regional Sales Director
of Central Michigan,

"We give you peace of mind
that when you need Blue
Cross Blue Shield of
Michigan, we will be there
— we've been there for your
grandparents, for your
parents, for you."

Francine Pegues
Regional Sales Director
of Southeast Michigan

www.bcbsm.com

"My friend, ALDO VAGNOZZI, is running for
State representative in Farmington and
Farmington Hills. Aldo is a proven leader
with experience and a record of putting people
first. He will continue to uphold the highest
ideals of public service. Remember ALDO
VAGNOZZI when you vote your Absentee
Ballot in Farmington/Farmington Hills."

New Deadlines

The Jewish News is permanently chang-
ing its local news and announcement
deadlines, beginning with the issue of
Oct. 4. All press releases, Community
Calendar and Mazel Tov! announce-
ments must be received by 3 p.m.
Wednesday, 10 days prior to publication
for consideration for that issue.

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U.S. Senator Carl Levin

U.S. Senator Carl Levin
& Aldo Vagnozzi

Yr Aldo Vagnozzi

Paid for by:
Aldo Vagnozzi for State Representative Committee
26193 Kiltartan, Farmington Hills,Michigan 48334

for State Representative

10/4

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