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October 18, 2002 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-18

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Exceptional Senior Living
means an
exceptional lifestyle

JARC Dedicates
A New Home

Imagine a retirement community that

provides the security and peace of mind

your family deserves. The Heritage offers

Independent and Assisted Living, one

affordable monthly fee, spacious apartments,

full service dining, housekeeping services,

transportation, events and/or outings daily,

24 hour concierge and more.

Call about our Gentleman's Studio
Special Program — One Month Free,
Packing or Unpacking Services






The Heritage of Southfield
25800 W. Eleven Mile Road • Southfield, MI 48034 (1




"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."

JCC Serves
Special Needs


U.S. Senator Carl Levin

U.S. Senator Carl Levin
& Aldo Vagnozzi


Aldo Vagnozzi

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Aldo Vagnord for State Representative Committee
26193 Madan, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334

for State Representative


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Issue Date: November 15, 2002
Ad Deadline: October 25, 2002






A Jewish Renaissance MediePublication

The special needs department at the
Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit will hold a
meet-and-greet session for families of
children with special needs 10-11:30
a.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, at the JCC in
West Bloomfield.
This informal session will be an
opportunity for families to learn what
the JCC has to offer and help develop
additional programs to meet the needs
of the children. Bagels and coffee will
be served. For reservations, call
Nancie Furgang, (248) 432-5585.

Book Review
Opens Series

The Association of Jewish Libraries,
Michigan Chapter, will present its
first program of the 2002-2003 year
Sunday, Oct. 20, at the Elizabeth
Stone Gallery in Birmingham.
Jane Breskin Zalben will premier
her newest book, Let There Be Light:

- executive about

special packaging opportunities with
the December issue of Style at the A
(248) 539-3001


661840 •

Gift Guide 1

Detroit Jewish News

Farmington Hills-based JARC will cel-
ebrate the dedication of its new Louis
C. and Edith B. Blumberg Home 1-3
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20. The purchase of
the large, ranch-style home in
Farmington Hills was made possible
through a previous gift to JARC from
the Louis C. Blumberg Foundation.
The original, colonial-style Blumberg
Home opened in Pleasant Ridge in
1982. To accommodate the needs of its
aging adult consumers, JARC is gradu-
ally replacing its colonial-style homes
with ranch-style homes. The new
Blumberg Home, purchased with pro-
ceeds from the sale of the original
home, is one of 20 group homes owned
and operated by JARC, which are all
located throughout southern Oakland
County. Six women with developmental
disabilities live in the new Blumberg
Rabbi Jonathan Berkun of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek will offici-
ate at the 2 p.m. dedication ceremony,
which is open to the public. JARC
board member Sharon Alterman is
chairperson of the event. To attend, call
Rena Friedberg, (248) 538-6610.

Gift Guide 2

ssue Date: November 22, 2002
Ad Deadline: November 1, 2002

Poems and Prayers for Repairing the
There is no charge for the event.

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