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December 27, 2002 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-27

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JVS Offers College
Loan Program

College students may apply for interest-
free loans through the Sarah and Harold
Gottlieb Jewish Educational Loan
Service Program GELS). Administered
through JVS, Hebrew Free Loan
Association and the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit, the program is
available to metro Detroit area Jewish
residents.
To be considered, applicants must be
full-time students pursuing an under-
graduate, graduate or professional
degree; be able to document financial
need; attend a Michigan educational
institution unless a comparable educa-
tion is not available in Michigan; and
demonstrate academic progress toward a
career objective.
In addition to loans, JVS also pro-
vides counseling to parents and students
interested in other financial aid options
available through state, federal and pri-
vate sources.
For information and application
requests, call Marvin Berman, (248)
559-5000.

Children Learn
Fun Of Giving

Fifth-graders and their families are invit-
ed to take part in Federation's 16th
annual Tzedakah Experience 9:30 to
11:45 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 26 at Temple
Beth El.
Co-sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and
the DeRoy Testamentary Foundation,
the children's event puts fun into fund-
raising, using coins collected in a Penny
Harvest to teach valuable lessons in
charitable giving. Highlights of the
morning also include hands-on activities
allocating dollars to Federation's partner
agencies.
Laurie Goldmeier co-chairs the
Tzedakah Event with Beth Margolin
and associate chair, Randi Sakwa.
Margot Gardner co-chairs the Penny
Harvest with Jodi Goodman and associ-
ate chair, Sharyl Ackerman.
Sponsors of the event are: Temple
Beth El, Women's Campaign and
Education Department of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
Agency for Jewish Education,
Department of School Services Jewish
Experiences for Families, Jewish
Educator's Council, the Detroit Jewish
News and Bank One Michigan.
For information, call Heidi Hes,
(248) 203-1459.

CELEBRATE

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FOR ONLY

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VALUE!

NLIMITED YOGA

Offer Valid for NEW students only, or an
existing student returning after 90 days.
Offer good from. )(ilium)/ 1st until ,,,,
January 31, 2003

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