David and Avi need
more than a blanket
to feel secure.
They need your help.
Children should not be afraid. They should not be afraid
to walk to school, ride the bus or go out and play. Children
like David and Avi should be allowed to be children.
But it is hard to be a child in Israel when lives are
being shattered by terrorist acts. With your help, there
is hope. Through your generosity, Jewish National Fund
will continue to construct security roads along Israel's
northern border with Lebanon, so children and their
parents can travel safely to school and to work. JNF will
continue building playgrounds, parks and green spaces
where families can gather safely and enjoy simple
pleasures. With your help, we can give children like
David and Avi hope for a safer world. We can give them
a chance to be children again.
Over 100 years ago, JNF made a promise to be the
caretaker of the land of Israel on behalf of the Jewish
people. Please make your contribution today so JNF can
keep that promise. In Israel, David and Avi need more
than a blanket to feel secure. They need your help.
Or mail your contribution to: JNF, Israel Forever Campaign, 42 East 69th St., New York, NY 10021
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CUSTOM GLASS PRODUCTS:
• Eurostyle Frameless Shower Enclosures
• Conventional Tub & Shower Enclosures
• Custom Wall Mirrors
• Mirrored BI-Fold Doors
• Beveled & Etched Glass
• Glass Furniture & Table Tops
For college age through 30-something.
Calendar is published the second Friday
and the last Friday of each month.
To donate, call your local JNF office at 1-888-JNF-0099 or visit www.jnforg.
Detroit Teen Connection members will
have an afternoon of games and activi-
ties Sunday, May 4, at C.J. Barrymore's
in Clinton Township.
The $20 fee for Teen Connection
members includes mini golf, 10 arcade
tokens, refreshments, bus transportation.
The fee for first-time guests is $25.
Buses will pick up teens at 1 p.m. at
the West Bloomfield Jewish Community
Center and 1:30 p.m. at the JCC in
Oak Park. Returns are planned for 5:30
and 6 p.m.
Teen Connection is open to all Jewish
seventh- and eighth-graders. Teens who
join now pay a $37 membership
through June. A June trip to Cedar
Point will be open only to members.
Reservations for May 4 are due by
April 28. For information and RSVPs,
call Jaclyn Zelkovitz, (248) 788-0700.
Visit our Southfield
Gallery of Glass at:
22223 Telegraph Rd.
(South of 9 Mile Rd.)
YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE!
I LOVE IT!
April 25-27 Friday through Sunday.
Federation Young Adult Division "Kick
Back at Tamarack." Entertainment each
evening and topics for breakout sessions
from yoga to spirituality. Cost: $115.
RSVP to Karen Urman, (248) 203-
April 30 Wednesday, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Federation Young Adult Division Bar
Nite Happy Hour at Midtown Cafe,
8 p.m. - "God Is Great And I'm Not,"
sponsored by YAD as part of Lenore
Marwil Jewish Film Festival,
Birmingham 8 Theatre.
May 4 Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Young Adult
Division Hard Hat Tour at the new
Holocaust Memorial Museum on
Orchard Lake Road. RSVP to Alaine
Waldshan, (248) 203-1486.
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May 11 Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Young Adult Division volunteering at
Yad Ezra kosher food bank. Pack goods
until noon, deliver them until 2. RSVP
to Jonathan Goldstein, (248) 203-1471.
May 29 Thursday, 7:30 pm. Young
Adult Division co-sponsors The Chosen
at JET Theatre. Cost: $20. Milk &
Honey after the event. RSVP to
Jonathan Goldstein, (248) 203-1471.