The Newly Renovated
Northfield of Troy
Your Special Day will Include-
• Five Hours of Premium Open Bar
• Complimentary Champagne Toast
for Your Guests
Offers Everything for
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• An Elegantly Served
• Complimentary Table Centerpieces,
Candelabras, White Lights and
Book Any Event in 2003
To Receive 10% Off
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR:
Tillie for Head Table
• Wedding Receptions •Bridal Showers •Engagement Parties
• Rehearsal Dinners
• Complimentary White Linen,
Napkins and Chair Covers
• One Night Complimentary Bridal
• Honeymoon Suites • Courtyard for Outdoor Ceremonies
'Rooms to Accommodate Out-of-Town Guests
Come See The Newly Renovated Hilton
Suite With Gourmet Breakfast
• Menu Tasting
For More Information Call (248) 879-2100
Ask for Director of Catering,
Randy Annis at ext. 7004
5500 Crooks Road • Troy at the 1-75 exit
The Jewish Home & Aging Services
first 3K Walk of Ages will be 9 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 7, on the campus of the
Jewish Community Center in West
The grand marshal will be Julius
Spielberg. Celebrity walkers will include
Cheryl Chodin, Murray Feldman, Lila
Lazarus, Diana Lewis, Sherry Margolis,
Florine Mark-Ross, Big Al Muskovitz,
Mindy Markowitz and Dell Warner.
The event was created by the JHAS
Auxilians, ElderLink and the Jewish
News. Call (248) 661-2969.
On The Boardwalk
Yad Ezra, the Berkley-based kosher food
pantry that provides free groceries to the
needy, has received a generous bequest
from the estate of Herta Kollmann.
Kollmann was born in Austria, lived in
Trinidad with her husband, Walter, and
then West Virginia before moving to
Detroit. He died in 1971 and she died
last year, leaving a substantial bequest to
Yad Ezra; the money has been directed to
the organization's endowment fund.
Yad Ezra launched its endowment
campaign in 1997 to guarantee contin-
ued support for the organization.
For information about Yad Ezra or
endowment opportunities, call Yad
Ezra's office, (248) 548-3663 or e-mail
Thurs., August 2 I st 10 am-8 pm
Fri., August 22nd 10 am-6 pm
Sat., August 23rd 10 am-5 pm
Israel On Campus: What Next?
Learn what to expect on Michigan campuses this fall
Free for incoming college freshmen, returning students and high school seniors
Tuesday, August 19, 2003
6:30 p.m. Pizza Dinner
7 - 9:00 p.m. Program
Max M. Fisher Federation Building
6735 Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Hills
This program is free of charge, but registration is a must.
Call (248) 642-5393 or email email@example.com
This program is presented by the Jewish Community Council in cooperation with the HiIlels of Michigan.
Funding is being provided by the Max M. Fisher Foundation and the Irwin and Bethea Green College Life Fund.
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The Workmen's Circle-Arbeter Ring
announces "A Gleisele Te" (A Glass of
Tea), a new Sunday school program for
children ages 5-13.
Beginning Sept. 5, this interactive,
hands-on, multi-media program will
focus on the study of Eastern European
Jewish immigration to the United States.
Activities appropriate to each age level
include producing a version of The
Forverts (The Forward) newspaper from
the turn of the last century, researching
and role-playing Eastern Jewish immi-
grants making their way to "the golden
land," photography, music, drama, pup-
petry, storytelling, dance and Yiddish.
For enrollment information and to
learn more about the Workmen's Circle-
Arbeter Ring, call (248) 545-0985 or