Detroit Jewish News
ith war in Iraq and security concerns at home, we
live in perilous times. But life does go on, with
hopes for a peaceful future.
With the serious side of life in mind, we still think
about those special occasions in our lives when we have a
chance to celebrate life and all the joys it brings. Please
enjoy this section, our annual Celebrate! tribute to good
times, serenity and happy occasions in our lives.
WITH AMERICAN TASTE
SERVING LUNCH & DINNER
will soon be located at
Marco's on Grand River
near Orchard Lake Road
32758 Grand River • Farmington
Alan Hitsky, associate editor
Cutting The Cost
You can have the fabulous party at a fraction of the
price by doing some of the necessities yourself.
• Incredible Dining Experience
• New Expanded Wine List
• Great Martinis
• Spectacular Catering Services
for your wedding,
graduation, anniversary, etc.
C 1 6 Past Perfect
C2 1 The Zorn Zoo
There's more to wearing grandma's
gown than pulling it out of a cedar chest.
Seven babies in 30 months keeps this family happy
... and busy!
Creatively setting your table can be a highlight of
Hebrew students and their families enjoy
making special covers for that first siddur.
Graphic design: Debbie Schultz
Advertising director: Susan Cascade
ON THE COVER: Raquel Cohen and her mother Annabel with bat mitzvah
butterfly fans. Cover photo by Murray Goldenberg
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