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July 04, 2003 - Image 125

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-04

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Together.
One Community.
Going to Israel.

Here's To ..

Mary Fisher, a 1966 Bloomfield
Hills Cranbrook Kingswood gradu-
ate, and a writer and founder of
the Family AIDS Network, and Dr.
Joel Cohen, a 1961 Cranbrook
graduate, and a professor of popu-
lations at Rockefeller University
and Columbia University in New
York City, have been named
Cranbrook Community Schools'
2003 Distinguished Alumni Award
recipients.

Rabbi Marci Rayna Bloch, former-
ly of West Bloomfield, received her
ordination from the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion
in New York. She will be the assis-
tant rabbi of the
Indianapolis
Hebrew
Congregation in
Indianapolis, Ind.

Monica Woll of
West Bloomfield
has been recognized
for outstanding
Wo ll
commitment to
community service
with a $1,000 grant through the
Comcast Foundation Leaders of
Tomorrow Scholarship Program.
She is a 2003 graduate of the
Jewish Academy of
Metropolitan
Detroit and will
attend the
University of
Michigan in Ann
Arbor in the fall.

Andrew Fischer, 8,
a second-grade stu- Fischer
dent at Hickory
Woods Elementary
School in Walled Lake and
Congregation B'nai Moshe,
received the Macabee Award,
offered by the National Committee
on Jewish Scouting. To earn the
award, he had to demonstrate flu-
ency in six areas of Judaism,
including Hebrew knowledge, holi-
days and their meanings, _leaders
and heroes, symbols, practice and
community helpers. He is a mem-
ber of Pack 238 in Walled Lake.

Ashley Bloom of West Bloomfield
has become a member of Phi Sigma
Theta National Honor Society at
Michigan State University in East
Lansing. She is the daughter of Dr.
Robert and Randee Bloom.

JOIN THE 479 PEOPLE WHO HAVE SIGNED UP ALREADY!
These congregations and community organizations,
as well as hundreds of people, are going on the Mission.

Agudas Yisroel-Mogen Abraham

Jewish Community Center

AIPAC

Jewish Community Council

Alliance for Jewish Education

04.18.04

American Jewish Committee

Anti-Defamation League

Congregation Adat Shalom

Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit

Jewish Federation
of Washtenaw County

Congregation Beth Ahm

Kadima

Congregation Beth Shalom

Keter Torah Synagogue

It's a go!

Congregation B'nai Moshe

Temple Beth El

Temple Israel

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

FEDERATION'S

Congregation Shir Tikvah

Fresh Air Society

Hadassah

Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue

JARC

Jewish Apartments and Services



MICHIGAN
MIRACLEA
MISSION'?

■ ail April 18-28, 2004

Temple Kol Ami

Temple Shir Shalom

The Birmingham Temple

Young Israel of Oak Park

Young Israel of Southfield

(list in formation)

For the Israel trip you've been promising yourself,
call Sally Krugel, Mission Director,
(248) 203-1485 or krugel@jfmd.org

Peter Alter Richard Krugel

Scott Kaufman Lisa Lis Beverly Liss John Marx

Chairs

Associate Chairs

DETSOIT .TEWISE NEWS

JN

Co-sponsored by:

This is Federation

Visit us online: wvvw.thisisfederation.org

Jewish
Federation

of Metropolitan Detroit

7/ 4
2003

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