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September 06, 2003 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-06

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PROVIDED AS A COMMUNITY SERVICE
BY HEBREW MEMORIAL CHAPEL

is the umbrella body for 200 local
Jewish organizations.

Israel Advocacy
Contact: Allan Gale
Supports a strong United States-Israel
relationship and Israeli security. The
council works locally to promote under-
standing of, and support for, Israel in
the community at large.
Jewish Council for Public Affairs
619 Wallenberg St.
Flint, MI 48502
Phone: (810) 767-5922
Fax: (810) 767-9024
Email: fjf@tm.net
Web Site: http://users.tm.net/flint/
Community relations arm of the Flint
Jewish community under the auspices
of the Flint Jewish Federation.
Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw
County
625 State Circle Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Contact: Anya Abramzon, director
Phone: (734) 769-0209; (248) 971-3280
Fax: (734) 769-0224
Email: anyaabramzon@jfswashtenaw.org
Jewish Women International
Metropolitan Detroit
2868 Woodbine Drive
Waterford, MI 48328
Contact: Barbara Goldsmith, steering
committee; Barbara Coden,
fundraising committee
Phone: (248) 681-8578; (248) 737-1653
Web Site: www.jewishwomen.org
Strengthening the lives of women, chil-
dren and families for 100 years.
Focusing on family violence and the
emotional health of children, JWI
serves as an agent for change..

Mitzvah Chapter
75 Riverside Drive E., Suite 1607
Windsor, Ontario
Canada, N9A 7C4
Contact: Lil Lederman
Phone: (519) 256-6998
Email: Ilederman@ca.enter.net
Jewish Women's Forum
University of Michigan Hillel
1429 Hill St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Contact: Stephanie Ballantyne
Phone: (734) 769-0500
Fax: (734) 769-1934
Email: umhillel@umich.edu
Web Site: www.umhillel.org
Composed of students and women
from the community reflecting wide
range of religious and cultural values
including Rosh Chodesh services, a

FUNERAL SERVICES & DIRECTION

All preparation and coordination of chapel or -
graveside funerals and internment, including
religious rites. Professional and caring staff.

SERVING ALL CEMETERIES
Arrangements and pre-arrangements for any
cemetery in America or Israel.

HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK A historic
cemetery which has been an important part of
the Detroit Jewish community heritage for 75
years. Beautifully maintained grounds preserv-
ing respect and memory of dearly departed.

YOUTH GUIDANCE Special sensitivity
given to help children and adolescents under-
stand and cope with a death in the family.

PRE-PLANNING Trust accounts, reserved
grave plots, pre-payment plans, including
guaranteed price arrangements.

"SHIVA" ASSISTANCE Prayer books,
yarmulkas, chairs, candles, etc., and guidance to
help families with the mourning services.

Personal assistance
and resources to address needs and concerns,
such as social security and veteran's benefits.

Advance
notice by mail of the yearly memorial
"anniversaries" of the passing of loved ones.

HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
Providing free funerals and burial plots for the
indigent, and monuments for unmarked
graves—dating back to the turn of the century.

Wide selection of distinctive
monuments and grave markers. Expert consul-
tation for Hebrew and English inscriptions
engraved for everlasting memorials.

"CONTINUING TO CARE FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION..."

Serving the entire Detroit
Jewish Community

Since 1916

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Rabbi Boruch E. Levin,
Executive Director

2003/2004

Government Relations
Contact: Eric Adelman
Seeks to establish and maintain rela-
tionships with local, state and federal
officials in order that Jewish communal
concerns are heard and understood.

Mark Klinger and Robert Bodzin,
Licensed Funeral Directors

26640 GREENFIELD ROAD, OAK PARK, MICHIGAN 48237

(248) 543 1622 • al (800) 736—

JEWISH
ACADEMY

of Metropolitan Detroit

My Name is Katie Rosen.
If you're looking for me, I'm usually at practice.
I'm on the robotics team, the volleyball and
tennis teams, and I'm the secretary of Student
Government. Before JAMD, I had never been to
a Jewish day school. Once, I went to a retreat and
met some great kids from the Jewish Academy.
Since coming to JAMD, I've read Torah at my
temple, Kol Ami, became more involved in BBYO
and NCSY, and met kids of all different back-
grounds: Reform, Orthodox, Conservative, and
unaffiliated; Ashkenazi and Sephardi; Israeli and
Russian. In some places in the world, religion splits
people apart, but at JAMD it's Judaism that brings
all of us together.

Applications for the fall 2004-2005 school year are now being accepted.

Tuition assistance and a variety of payment plans are available.
For more information, contact Head of School,
Rabbi Lee Buckman at:
WERE PART OF THE TEAM

(248) 592-JAMD (5263)
or visit our website at:

www.jamd.org

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