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November 15, 2002 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-15

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Federation Plans
Mitzvah Day

Visit our Birmingham or

Farmington Hills branches,

Christmas Day will be Federation's
Mitzvah Day, a volunteer extravaganza.
Volunteers will spend between two to
four hours in various social service
organizations in the area so that non-
Jewish staff will not have to work on
Christmas Day.
All volunteers will meet at the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
Max M. Fisher Federation Building,
6735 Telegraph Road in Bloomfield
Township on the morning of Dec. 25
for breakfast and orientation.
Immediately following, volunteers will
be carpooled to various sites to begin
their mitzvot.
Volunteers will have a choice of
opportunities including celebrating the
holiday at a home for the aged, assisting
with food preparation and service, clean-
ing and repairing home interiors, work-
ing with meals on wheels or providing
aid at a domestic violence shelter.
Volunteers are asked to sign up on
Federation's Web site
vvww.thisisfederation.org or via a card
that many in the community will receive
by mail. Federation regrets that no vol-
unteer applications can be taken by
phone. The reservation deadline is
Monday, Dec. 9. Volunteers will receive
both confirmation and check-in time in
the mail. Volunteer reservations are filled
on a first come, first served basis.
Federation's Mitzvah Day is a program
of Federation's Community Outreach
and Education Department and is
chaired this year by Beth Radner and
Robin Schwartz.

Teens Planning
Heritage Night

Michigan Region B'nai Kith Youth
Organization will hold a Jewish Heritage
Night 6:45-8:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17,
at Congregation Beth Ahm. Song leader
Josh Friedman of Columbus, Ohio, will
lead a program tided "Jewish Music
That Rocks."
All high school-age teens are invited to
attend at no charge. AZA and BBG
chapters can hold chapter meetings with
their advisers at Beth Ahm prior to the
program by reserving space through the
BBYO Service Center.
The heritage nights are underwritten
by Noah Wofsy, an AZA alumnus from
Washington, D.C., who was a chapter
and council officer as a member of Levi
Strauss BBYO in Mt. Clemens.
For information, call the BBYO
Service Center, (248) 788-0700.

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