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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-15

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MITZVAH DAY

from page 31

detroit tigers

weekend family fun pack!

together. The day will end by 4 p.m.
Itsa Mitzvah Day is sponsored by the
Jewish Federation Women's Campaign
and Education Department in partner-
ship with Bingham Farms-based Unique
Restaurant Corporation and is a pro-
gram of Federation's Volunteer
Network. Co-chairs are Sherri Ketai and
Sarah Krasnick.
Volunteers are asked to sign up no
later than Sept. 1, 2003, by calling
Heidi Hes, (248) 203-1459 or visiting
www.thisisfederation.org

Fame Games
Seek Athletes

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4 Upper Reserved Tickets,
4 Hot- Dogs and 4 Pepsi Soft Drinks

The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit seeks athletes for
the 2003 Fame Games. The 17th annu-
al West Bloomfield Community Fame
Games will showcase the athletic abili-
ties of children and adults with special
needs on Sept. 7.
Athletes of all ages and abilities are
invited to participate. There is no
charge for this event. Volunteers to help
with the event, sponsors and spectators
are still needed.
The day will include an opening cere-
mony, track and field events, aquatic
events, a special children's medal presen-
tation ceremony and a closing ceremony
followed by an evening dessert recep-
tion.
The event is presented by the
Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation and
sponsored by the Jewish Community
Center, Northwest Child Rescue
Women, West Bloomfield Parks and
Recreation and West Bloomfield
Schools Community Education.
For information about participating,
volunteering or sponsoring, contact
Nancie Furgang, (248) 432-5460.

Available exclusively at the Comerica Park Box Office or by
calling 313 471-BALL. (Available Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Advance purchase only. No Ticketmaster or day-of-game sales.)

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Friday

August 22 7:05 Friday Night

Fireworks"'-Sponsored by Pepsi, Farmer Jack and
Magic 105.1

Saturday August 23 1:25 Alan Trammell

BObblehead (2) -Sponsored by Comerica Securities

Sunday August 24 1:05 Christian Concerto Sponsored by Spring Arbor University
Meijer Kids Day - Free Rides(4) -Sponsored by Meijer/Keebler/Kellogg's
Kids Run the BaSee"-Sponsored by Pepsi/Subway

post-game, weather permitting
first 10,000 fans
(2)
(3)pre-game, weather permitting
(4)kids 14 and under

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'03 Tigers Baseball

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for individual game tickets call 2413 25-TIGER

or visit detroittigers.corn

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8/15
2003

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Federation Forum
Hosts U-M Head

In a landmark decision of the U.S.

Supreme Court, the University of
Michigan in Ann Arbor won a victory
for the principles of diversity that guide
its admission policies.
Reflecting on the impact of the rul-
ing, Mary Sue Coleman, president of
the University of Michigan, will address
the next Federation Forum Wednesday,
Sept. 3, noon to 1:30 p.m., at the
Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.
Coleman's topic will be "Diversity on
Campus — Challenges and
Opportunities."
Before being named president of the

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