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November 29, 2002 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-29

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than half the required funds. They
are hoping that a last-minute push
will help them achieve their goal. If
they are unable to raise the entire
amount, the girls will have to look
to their families to supplement the
missing funds.
Coach Joslin feels that either they
should all go, or none at all. "They
worked as a team, and the whole
team should go," she says.
"These girls have worked so hard
for this, and they pra6tice nearly
every day," Joslin says. "This is a
unique opportunity, and there is no
guarantee that it will ever happen
again." 1-1

Join us for an evening with

The wIT Team

ALAN
DERSHOWITZ

The North Farmington High
School junior varsity cheerlead-
ers are: Amanda Arden, Rebecca
Berger, Andrea Brancheau,
Nicole Buchwald, Sable Burley,
Lindsey Dalter, Renita Derrick,
Erika Drozd, Allie Etkin,
Marissa Gerber, Lindsay
Harbron, Anna Kalaj, Julie
Moss, Jaya Muldrew, Erica
Nedelman, Erica Owen, Andrea
Podob, Marissa Servinsky and
Holly Wrenbeck.

Professor, Harvard Law School

THURSDAY
DECEMBER 12, 2002

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road
S outhfield, Michigan

Paying Their
Way To Cheer

7:30 P.M.

The cheerleaders have been
earning additional money for
their trip to the Citrus Bowl by
wrapping gifts at Borders and
Zany Brainy at 14 Mile and
Orchard Lake roads in
Farmington Hills.
They will be at Zany Brainy
Nov. 29-Dec. 1. If people mak-
ing purchases mention NF
Cheer, the store will donate 10
percent to the girls. They will
also be at Zany Brainy on
Thursdays, Dec. 5, 12 and 19.
The team is also selling Little
Caesars pizza kits and cookie
dough. Thirty-one pound tubs
of cookie dough are $13 and
kits to make four pizzas are $18.
For information, or to make a
donation, contact Coach Alyssa
Joslin at NFHS, (248) 785-
2005 or e-mail
ALYSSA.JOSLIN@
farmington.k1 2. mi.us

Open to all individual contributors to
"Federation's 2003 Annual Campaign
(gift must be pledged by date of event)

Please call (248) 205-2550
or visit www.thisisfederation.org
to reserve seats and make your pledge.

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11/29

2002

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