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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-07

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Atzheilner'd A:misted Living

Proud to be part of the

Bingham Farms Community.

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Additionally, Arden Courts works hard to develop a sense of a Jewish community while providing an
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developed programs to appeal to your loved one's interests, from cultural events
and holiday observances to spiritual support. Also, Arden Courts caters to
individual preferences including providing the option of pre-made/frozen Kosher
meals and serving time-honored favorites and traditional Friday evening meals.

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Call (248) 644-8100 today to arrange for a personalized tour of our facility,
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For example, I went to the
Hebrew Benevolent Society tables,
where kids were making "Grieving
Packages" filled with tissues, Advil,
mints and bobby pins that were
wrapped in lace doilies for a head
The Hebrew Benevolent Society
provides funerals, even for people
who can't afford them.
Rachel Margolin, a student at
Hillel Day School, enjoyed the
Fresh Air Society tables, where kids
were making pillowcases to be used
for the Israeli campers who come to
Detroit's Jewish camps. She felt this
was a really important organization
because she thinks every kid who
wants to should have the opportuni-
ty to go to camp.
Along with learning about the dif-
ferent charities, the fifth-graders col-
lect money from their family and
friends to bring to the Penny
Harvest. They bring their money-
bags full of coins, dollars and checks
and then they sort and count it all
Wendy Sadler of the Agency for
Jewish Education told me that over
the past nine years the Penny
Harvest has raised nearly $60,000
that has been distributed to these
local charities.
The final activity has the children
participating in allocating pretend
dollars to the different charities they
learned about. The real money they
collected is really distributed to
these charities based on how the
kids gave their pretend money. So
far, Sunday's event has raised more
than $8,000.
It was a fun and interesting way to
learn about the importance of giving
to the Jewish community. The cost
of a Superbowl advertisement is mil-
lions of dollars, but the opportunity
to spend time with your parents and
other Jewish children your age,
learning about different kinds of
tzedakah, is priceless. ❑

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