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August 29, 2003 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-29

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LIGHT AGAINST
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THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
IS INVITED TO JOIN IN
THE COMPLETION AND DEDICATION
OF THE SEPTEMBER 11 MEMORIAL TORAH
DEDICATED IN MEMORY OF
THE SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 TRAGEDY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2003

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5:3o PM

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THE HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL CENTER

6601 W. MAPLE ROAD

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N SEPTEMBER 11, 2001, one hundred and fifty Greater Detroit

Jewish community members who had planned to spend the day
in a charity outing, . instead watched the day's horrific events
in shock. They decided to respond as a community to commission
and dedicate a new Torah to honor the memory of the victims of the
destruction and tragedy. The Torah was written in Israel, and will be
completed at the Memorial Ceremony.

WEST BLOOMFIELD

FOR MORE INFORMATION: (248) 788-4000 EXT. 102

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ONO W. Maple Rcai, We. Blcomiidd

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MEMORIAL MARCH TO
THE SHUL
6890 W. MAPLE ROAD

Throughout the day, the tragic events will be marked through memorial
services and candlelighting for the slain, as well as recognition of the
heroic contributions of the armed forces, police and fire departments,
presentations to community groups and schools on the day's implications
and meaning, and the imperative to counter darkness with solidarity,
kindness, benevolence, and social and communal volunteerism.

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8/29

2003

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