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March 28, 2003 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-28

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C ommun ity

The Jewish News helped

my family acclimate itself

to the Detroit Jewish

commune

- Jacqueline, Farmington Hills

g et it

If you're planning a vacation or moving,
DON'T FORGET to
change your address with BOTH the
Detroit Jewish News AND the post office!

The post office will only forward your
Detroit Jewish News for 60 days maximum.
After that, your paper will be held at the post
office and destroyed, or returned to us
without notification of your new address.

Engagements

E

HEARSHEN-APSEL

lien and Kenneth Apsel of
Farmington Hills and Nancy
and Joel Hearshen of Oak
Park are delighted to
announce the engagement of their chil-
dren Carrie Elizabeth and Joshua
Andrew.
Carrie earned her bachelor of arts
degree with a major in audiology from
Michigan State University. She is enrolled
in the graduate school of the University
of Judaism in Los Angeles, where she is
pursuing a master's degree in Jewish edu-
cation.
Joshua earned his bachelor of arts
degree from James Madison Residential
College at Michigan State University
with a major in social relations. He is
enrolled in the Ziegler School of
Rabbinic Studies at the University of
Judaism in Los Angeles in preparation for
a career in the rabbinate.
A June wedding at Congregation Beth
Ahm is planned.

AT LEAST TWO WEEKS
PRIOR to moving, going on vacation, or

returning, contact our circulation department
at 2148-351-5174 OR FILL

OUT THE FORM BELOW

to change your address and enjoy uninter-
rupted delivery of the Detroit Jewish News.

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WEINFUSS-SAVAGE

jr

anie and Jerry Weinfuss of West
Bloomfield are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter Allyson Brooke
to Kelly Savage, son of Georgia and Chet
Hodgson of Bothell, Wash., and Chuck
and Carlee Savage of Seattle, Wash.
Allyson graduated University of
Michigan with a bachelor of arts degree
in psychology and communications and
completed her master of business admin-
istration degree at the University of San
Francisco. She is a vice president for
Ketchum Public Relations Brand
Marketing ,Practice.
Kelly received a bachelor of arts degree
in Spanish from Arizona State University
and is a sales executive for an Internet
advertising company.
The couple met in New York City and
reside in San Francisco. A wedding is
planned for September at the City Club
in San Francisco.

Mazel Toy!

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