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February 28, 2003 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-28

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Jamie Schey of
Farmington Hills will
graduate this May from
the University of
Michigan. She will be
honored for having
straight A's every semes-
ter. Parents Sherie and
Bob Schey and grandpar- Jamie Schey
ents Sandy and Loralei
Levine will attend the ceremony.

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Nathan Stiennon of West Bloomfield,
a senior at West Bloomfield High
School, is one of the candidates in the
2003 Presidential Scholars Program.
The son of Richard and Michelle
Stiennon, he is a member of
Congregation Ohel Moed. Shomrey
Emunah in West Bloomfield. He
attended Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit.

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Theirs is a fate forged from the brutality of
war. Whether they are the families of heroes

slain in defense of Israel or the countless
innocent victims of devastating terrorist
bombings, few Israelis have been spared its

ravages. These citizens defiantly pay the
daily price of freedom, but they do it neither
alone nor without hope. Since 1960,
generous donations from the Israel
Humanitarian Foundation have been the
savior to many Israeli lives shattered forever

by armed conflict and deadly terrorism.

Unique amongst charitable organizations,
the Israel Humanitarian Foundation is known
as 'The Charity of Choice' because it gives

donors the choice of where their cash
contributions are to be spent. Whether you
wish to aid the terrorist victims, launch the
new IHF Geriatric Center, see that guide

dogs are available for the blind, support
autism research, or choose from the many
other philanthropic opportunities, there is

an IHF 'choice' for you.

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With the IHF, you can choose not only to
help Israel in its hour of greatest need, but
also how your contribution is used to help.
Choose to help save Israeli terrorist victims

and their families. Make your donation.
Make your choice, the Charity of Choice.

THE CHARITY OF CHOICE

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Rabbi Eric M. Rosin, son of Dr.
Glenn and Sandy Rosin
of Bloomfield Hills, was
installed as the assistant •
rabbi of Temple Beth-El
in Richmond, Va. His is
the first assistant rabbi in
that temple's history.
Rabbi Rosin is a graduate
Rabbi Rosin
of Cranbrook School and
the religious school at
Temple Beth El in
Bloomfield Township. He received his
bachelor of arts degree in Judaic stud-
ies from Yale University and a juris
doctor from the University of
Southern California. He was ordained
last May from the Zieger School of
Rabbinic Studies in Los Angeles.

Carl Alpert, a Jewish News commen-
tary contributor living in Haifa, was
honored by the city of Haifa and
awarded the tide of Citizen of Merit.
He was one of 18 recognized for pub-

Hannah Honeyrnan, 80, former
Detroiter of Sarasota, Fla., was hon-
ored by the Sarasota-Manatee section
of the National Council of Jewish
Women with the Hannah G.
Solomon Award at a luncheon in
Bradenton, Fla. She was honored
mainly for her work with the Gender
Equity group and the Law Court
Watch. She's affiliated with the
Brandeis Women's Committee, the
League of Women Voters and the Fine
Arts Society of Sarasota.

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