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September 19, 2003 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-19

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Community

COVENANT

from page 40

This year, the Great
Lakes Region is planning
a new project — taking
orders for the most popu-
lar Passover foods in out-
state communities where
such items are not avail-
able and delivering the
orders in time for the hol-
iday.

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The Sept. 7 event includ-
ed a tribute to the
Einstein and Pisgah
lodges. Einstein was
formed by Holocaust sur-
vivors and Pisgah was the
original lodge in
Michigan.
Members of BBYO
Jeannie and Phil Elkus of Farmington Hi lls look for
(B'nai
B'rith Youth
old friends in the photo gallery of past Gre at Lakes
Organization)
honored
Region presidents.
50-year B'nai B'rith
members, and past coun-

cil presidents also were honored.
Saginaw and Mt. Pleasant.
For example, the Jewish community
These tributes may have accounted
for the mistaken impression that B'nai
in Bay City has a congregation of
about 30 people, with no rabbi and
B'rith is an organization for older peo-
little or no access to traditional Jewish ple, Rofel says.
food or supplies. Rofel and his wife,
"We are working on ways to make
B'nai B'rith even more relevant," he
Marsha, a cantorial soloist at Temple
Beth El in Bloomfield Township, have says.
Rofel is founder of the Great Lakes
conducted services, begun youth
groups and brought Holocaust sur-
Region's Young Leadership Network,
vivors and other programming to the
which began about 10 years ago for
mid-Michigan town, located about
Jewish adults in their 20s and 30s.
The group is planning a reunion later
two hours north of the couple's West
this fall, under the leadership of its
Bloomfield home.

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

After singing "Hatikvah" and "The Star-Spangled Banner," Marsha Rofel of
West Bloomfield proved her versatility by taking a turn at the video camera.

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