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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-02

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Crop Walk
Aids Hunger

embers of Adat Shalom
Synagogue and the
Birmingham Temple will
take to the streets this Sunday, May
4, as participants in the annual
Farmington Crop Walk.
The Church World Service-spon-
sored event, which raises funds for
charities that fight hunger, draws
about 400 people every year. Twenty-
five percent of the proceeds go to
five local charities, including Yad
Ezra, the Berkley-based kosher food
National and international chari-
ties benefiting from the walk include
the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee and Mogen
David Adom, Israel's emergency
response organization.
Registration begins at 1 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church, 33112
Grand River in Farmington. The 10-
kilometer walk begins at 1:30 p.m.
There's also a mini-walk of 3 kilome-
ters. For more information, call Adat
Shalom coordinator Carol Maisels, at
(248) 626-7107; or Birmingham
Temple coordinator Lenore Kingston
at (248) 477-0753. ❑
— Diana Lieberman,
sta writer/copy editor


Dr. Abe and Sylvia Pearlman
Adat Shalom Synagogue

Ira and Kay Harris
Congregaik m B'nai Moshe

Dr. Manuel and Harriet Sklar
Congregation Shaarey Zedek-

Eugene and Anne Greenstein
Congregation Beth Shalom

Chapel Extends
Online Access

▪ n addition to information provided
▪ by phone or mail, the Ira Kaufman
Chapel in Southfield allows online
access to information on funerals and
yahrtzeit (anniversary of death) dates.
Names of those for whom funeral
services were officiated by the chapel
are listed on the site for two weeks.
After that time, the name of the
deceased can be typed in to obtain the
date of death, cemetery of burial and
contact information for memorial
Those searching for a date to
observe the yahrtzeit of a family
member buried through the chapel
can access a database of names. Lists
of yahrtzeit dates for the next 10 years
are available by typing in the date of
death. An e-mail reminder signup is
offered for those wishing to be sent
yahrtzeit dates online.
To access the Web site, go to:

Rabbi Simon Greenberg Distinguished Service Recipient
Rabbi Irwin Groner - Congregation Shaarey Zedek

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for more nformatior please calf the Detroit PI'S office, 248 258 0055





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