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September 19, 2003 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-19

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For some, we're a weekly custom. For others, we're an annual tradition. But for each and every one... we're something

special. As the congregation greets each other following our services, the members of Temple Beth El recognize they are part

of something more. This season, Temple Beth El invites you and your family to share in our High Holy Day Services.

Both members and nonmembers are welcome, for it's the families in our community that makes our culture so special.

Become a member* of Temple Beth El by December 31, 2003, and
your family will receive a complimentary year of religious school.




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Attend our Open House from 4 - 5pm on Sunday, September 21 to see how you belong at Beth El. For more
information on Temple Beth - Elmembership and to receive your free High Holy Day tickets call 248-865-0600.




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