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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-20

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Community

BROOKDALE

THE HERITAGE
of S OUTHFIELD

Exceptional Senior Living

"Making History — Remaking
Detroit" will be the topic of civic
leader and developer Peter D.
Cummings at the annual meeting of
the Jewish Historical Society of
Michigan 10:45 a.m. Sunday, June 29,
at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Cummings will
speak about the
soon-to-be-complet-
ed Orchestra Place
and its impact on
Detroit. The area will
include the new
headquarters for the
Cummings
Detroit Medical
Center, a new per-
forming arts high school, and
Orchestra Hall expansion and renova-
tions.
Cummings is a member of the
board of governors of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.
At the meeting, the JHS will present
the 2003 Leonard Simons award to
Tillie Brandwine.
Robert Kaplow, president of JHS of
Michigan, will give the annual report
and new board members will be elect-
ed.
There is a charge for the luncheon
to follow the meeting. For informa-
tion, call Adele Smiler, (248) 557-
8315, or Jim Grey, (248) 540-9070.

Life is full of choices.

The Heritage, Southfield's premier retirement community
has been providing Exceptional Senior Living for nearly

four years. The Heritage offers a choice of:

• Independent and Assisted Living

• Outings and/or events daily

• Spacious studio, one and two bedroom apartments

• Restaurant style dining

• 24 hour staff available

• Scheduled transportation

For more information or a personal tour, please call

248-727-2008

25800 W. Eleven Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48034

www.theheritage-southfield.corn

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War Veterans
Give Scholarships

The Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans and Ladies
Auxiliary will award 17 college
scholarships at the annual conven-
tion Thursday, June 19, 7:30 p.m.
at the Jewish Community Center in
Oak Park.
The scholarships are funded
through poppy sales and private
donations.
Temple Israel will recognize and
honor all war veterans as part of
their Shabbat service on June 21. In
addition, all fallen JWV and auxil-
iary members will be memorialized
prior to convention business on
Sunday, June 22, in a special flower
ceremony.
The public is invited to the schol-
arship program.

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