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August 15, 2003 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-15

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We inviteyour family
to join our Religious Schoo

• Warm, Nurturing environment for all students K-12

• Creative and Interactive Shabbat Programming

'To us,
Shaarey Zedek
means family:'

• Hands on Social Action Activities

• Extensive Youth Activities

• Multifaceted High School program with incredible trips to
New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Boston and Atlanta

For more information on enrollment
call: Tobye Bello

248.539.4673

For membership information call:

248.357.5544

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Jay & Karen Dubrinsky with children Max & Arielle

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WorldPath Language and Culture Studies was developed by the

International Center to meet the needs of language learners outside

the traditional programs found in academia. The International

Center is affiliated with the International Academy, the public high

WorIcPath

LANGUAGE AND CULTURE STUDIES

school named best in the nation by

Newsweek. Our WorldPath

curriculum is based on the highly

regarded International Baccalaureate diploma program. Students

EXPERIENCE

who successfully complete their studies may earn high school

ONE

OF THE

NATION'S

PREEMINENT

HIGH

credit.

■ The fall 2003 program offers tuition based language and

culture studies in German, Russian, Hindi, Hebrew and Arabic.

German Literature for native speakers is also offered. Classes are

held at the International Academy, 1020 E. Square Lake Rd.,

Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304. Contact Dildora Damisch,

Coordinator, at 248.341.5942 for more information. Our web site

SCHOOLS

is www.international-center.org

■ We invite you to visit us at our

248.341_5940

Like home delivery
of The
Detroit Jewish News.
It's a great gift to give
newlyweds, new
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Stay in touch with
your community
and your world.

open house on Saturday, August 23 from 11 am to 3 pm.

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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8/15
2003

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