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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-29

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Come see what all the T ii.Zz is about

Arts I Life

The Scene

at THE FOUNTAINS AT FRANKLIN

We can jazz up your lif'e

THE FOUNTAINS AT FRANKLIN

enhances your full and active
lifestyle with convenient a la
carte services and free access to
a variety of planned activities.
Come see for yourself.

"LET'S GET
ACQUAINTED"
LUNCHEON

Thursdays, 12-2 p.m.

MOTOWN BASH

Come meet our residents,
join us for lunch and learn
about our lifestyle.

September 7
starting at 2 p.m.

Come join us Motown music,
a classic car show and casino
games. Appetizers and
refreshments will be served.

To RSVP or
for more information call

(248) 353-2810

We're building a new neighborhood,
one neighbor at a time.
THE FOUNTAINS

call Felicia Litkey, (734) 677-0100, or
Brian Bernhardt, (248) 263-3763.

A2 YAD Event
On U-M Suit

The Young Adult Division of the
Jewish Federation of Washtenaw
County will host Marvin Krislov, vice
president and general counsel of the
University of Michigan.
He will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 10, at the Jewish Community
Center of Washtenaw County on the
U.S. Supreme Court's recent decisions
in the U-M affirmative action cases.
He will discuss the policies that led to
the litigation, the Supreme Court's
reasoning and what the rulings will
mean for the university.
Krislov is a member of the board of
the Jewish Federation of Washtenaw
County and co-chaired the federation's
annual campaign in 2002 and 2003. A
dessert reception will follow his talk.
For information and reservations,

Program Welcomes
Young Adults

The Young Adults of Adat Shalom, a
chavurah group, has planned programs
for the upcoming season. YAAS is
open to synagogue members and unaf-
filiated young adults, 21-35, single or
married.
The group will attend the Shabbat
Rocks service, 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5.
A YAAS Shabbat dinner will follow.
Reservations are required.
At 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, the
group will gather at a private home to
talk about "Israel's Terminology War."
For information or reservations, call
YAAS chairs Annise and David
Goodman, (248) 788-0309, and Beth
and Jeremy Kahn, (248) 544-6433.

AT FRANKLIN

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28301 Franklin Road • Southfield, MI 48034

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AL#630084627 • NPDJ082903

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6343 Haggarty Road
West Bloomfield. MI 48322
248.699.7400

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Where Are You Now?

ut of college for a few years and
haven't stayed in touch? Why
not tell your old world what
you've been doing in your new world.
The Jewish News will publish brief
Where Are You Now announce-
ments for Detroiters, Ann Arborites
and former residents of this area
who are in the 22-32 age range. The
announcement should include your
name, age, city where you now live,
marital status (and names of spouse
and children), job tide and company
where you work, high school and
college you attended and year you
graduated, and up to 25 words
about yourself.
If you wish, include your address,

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phone number or e-mail address
where old friends can contact you.
Your address, phone number and
e-mail address must accompany
your announcement, but will not be
published unless you request it.
We also want you to include a
recent photograph of yourself (only
you, please, and photos will not be
returned). Photos can be electronic,
but should be 170 dpi or higher in
jpg format. If mailing a photo: Put
your name on the back and mail to
Alan Hitsky, the Jewish News, 29200
Northwestern #110, Southfield, Mi
48034.
E-mail your announcement to
allitsky@thejevvishnevvs.com

NAME: Karen Oliver
4 AGE: 27
CITY: Palo Alto, Calif.
MARITAL STATUS: Single
JOB: Clinical psychology intern,
VA Palo Alto Health Care System
HIGH SCHOOL: West Bloomfield

David Reoftutuut'a

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ALTO
MEM PIURCHASERS

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2003

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High School, 1993
COLLEGE: University of Michigan, 1997
DOCTORAL. TRAINING: SDSU/UCSD
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Psychology, San Diego
E-MAIL: koliver@sciences.sdsu.edu
COMMENT: I am getting my Ph.D. in
clinical psychology with a specialization in
physical health. I love living in California!

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