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May 16, 2003 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-16

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CD rates this high?

I had to look twice to believe them!

LETTERS from page 6

• Mr. Novick - Oak Park - Community leader

Visit our Birmingham or Farmington Hills branches, or call

1 - 800-421 - Bank • Wheregreat CD rates let you breathe easier

JAMD Earned A
Communal Boost





2.75% 0 APY


3.25 0 /O



You've never seen a bank like this!

Eds depaer coed Is KUM


• Annual percentage yield for balances of $500 minimum: Rotes effective os of 04.24.03. Rates subject to change at any time without notice. Penalty for early withdrawal.

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Regarding the fine articles written
about the Jewish Academy of
Metropolitan Detroit ("Dream Come
True," May 9, page 87), who we are
and how we became who we are
obviously transcend any series of arti-
cles no matter how well written or
Staff Writer Diana Lieberman
described how the JAMD moved
from dream to reality. She gave due
credit to some of the important
ingredients to our ongoing growth: a
caring and dynamic faculty, ISACS
accreditation, national enthusiasm
for the day high school movement,
continued financial support, atten-
tion from PEJE and the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
to name a few.
But, of course, the real list of cred-
its is quite long. We would never
have received the $750,000 matching
grant from Federation, for example,
had the founding board not raised
$250,000 from among themselves to
merit the match. The school's finan-
cial stability would not have been
boosted if it were not for the
Schostak Millennium gift, which was
the first major endowment to the
Jewish Academy.
The school would never have
attracted a record number of pio-
neering students — no matter what
the funding — without parents who
trusted the administration to attract
a superb staff and develop a top-
notch curriculum. Parents might
never have taken that first step if it
hadn't been for the encouragement of
rabbis, cantors, educational directors,
Federation and other professionals
who have credibility in Detroit.
And what continues to attract
more and more students to the
JAMD is one other factor: the 112
shining stars that are currently
enrolled here. They are articulate,
inspiring and energetic mentshes.
They are leading our community
to even greater heights and will con-
stitute a new generation of critical
thinkers, confident leaders, and com-
mitted Jews that will make all of us
Rabbi Lee Buckman, head of school
Steve Schanes, president
West Bloomfield

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