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June 27, 2003 - Image 31

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-27

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Clockwise from top left:

The Jewish Community
Center also houses the
Jewish Federyttion of
Washtenaw Coun ty.

This dramatic statue is a
Holocaust memorial

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Michael Levine, inven-
tor and philanthropist

Nancy Margolis headed
both the JCC and
Federation.

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For a short time, Beth .
Israel Congregation
changed its name to
Beth Israel Center when
it was housed with UM
Hillel in a new building
at 1429 Hill Street.
This photo shows the
laying of the cornerstone
by Osias Zwerdling; left
center; and Philip
Lansky, right center,

Maestro Arie Lipsky ;
conductor of the Ann
Arbor Symphony, con-
ducts the adult choir
and members of the .91712-
phony in a concert pre-
sented for the Double
Chai anniversary year of
Temple Beth Emeth.

Rabbi Allan Kensky
leads Beth Israel
Congregation member s
to their new home on
Washtenaw Avenue on
erev Rosh Hashanah,
Oct. 1, 1978.

WRITERS: Don Cohen, Karen Schwartz STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER: Angie Baan

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