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October 10, 2003 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-10

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Co m mun i ty

PLEASE JOIN US...

as we celebrate the Thirteenth Anniversary of

the kosher food pantry feeding hungry Jewish families

AJCommittee
Focus: Germany

HONORING...

k o

er and

Wednesday, October 22, 2002
Adat Shalom in Farmington Hills

Dinner to follow - Couvert $150.00 per adult

PROGRAM 7:00 P.M.

HORS D'OEUVRES 6:00 P.M.

Judy Kepes Barbara Wallace

Dinner Arrangements Co-Chairpersons

Sharon Lipton Alan Yost

Dinner Fundraising Co-Chairpersons

Brian 5atovsky Amy 5cIllussel

Richard 5imtob Allan Sefton

YAD Liaisons to Dinner

Dinner Program Book Chairpersons

SPECIAL THANKS * TO...

BUSINESS DINNER SPONSORS:

SCHECHTER FINANCIAL GROUP

FINKEL ROTH GROUP

PARTNERS OF ZALENKO & ASSOCIATES,

PC

DINNER SPONSORS:

YAD EZRA
elf friotgry

fealty the Jew:

MARCIA & EUGENE APPLEBAUM

MADGE & MANDELL BERMAN RONDA

NANCY & STEPHEN GRAND

AMY 8c MARK HAIMANN

NUSBAUM FAMILY FOUNDATION

&

RON FERBER

GLORIA & ED MEER

RAVITZ FOUNDATION

*As of August 28, 2003

Michigan allows an income tax credit for individuals equal to 50% of the amount of cash contributions (subject to certain limitations) to organizations such as
Yad Ezra that provide food or shelter to the indigent. The fair market value of the dinner for tax purposes is 834.00 per person.

FOR INFORMATION OR RESERVATIONS, CALL 248-548-3663

757570

will hold its aila

JAMD Starts
Adult Academy

Green Sunday Phone-A-Thon

on November 2, 2003

Please take the call and give generously The funds raised on Green Sunday will belp JArFprovide Israel with vital water msources

WE NEED

VOLUNTEERS!

WHEN: November 2, 2003, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
WHAT: Volunteers needed to make phone calls in 2 hour shifts
WHERE: Jewish Community Center - West Bloomfield
6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322-2003

Featuring food and fun for all volunteers!

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,JEIVISII NATIONAL FUND/

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If you are interested in helping, please contact:
Patty Kaplan at 248-203-9111 or pkaplan@jnf.org

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JNF, for

Green Sunday Chairs:

Charlene Green and Elie Morris

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Regional Director:

Ron Horvat

JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND
www.jolorg

The American Jewish Committee
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter has
rescheduled its program exploring
"The Changing Germany."
The discussion
at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 14, will
focus on
Germany's rela-
tionship to its
Jewish communi-
ty and to Israel
and its internal
challenges due to
Petri
the increase of
immigration from
North Africa and the Middle East.
The speaker is Midwest Consul
General of Germany Dr. Alexander
Petri. The program will take place at
the Max M. Fisher Federation
Building, Bloomfield Township, fol-
lowing the AJC board meeting.
Dr. Petri joined the Foreign Office
in 1971 and has served in Geneva,
Pretoria, Botswana, Lesotho,
Swaziland, Mexico City and
Stockholm. He was appointed the
Consul General for the Midwest,
based in Chicago in 2001.
There is no charge, but reserva-
tions are requested. Call the
AJCommittee, (248) 646-7686.

ISRAEL

forever.

765110

The Jewish Academy of Metropoli-
tan Detroit will have adult educa-
tion classes for parents of its stu-
dents and prospective students.
The adult academy begins 7:30
p.m. Thursdays with two classes per
week taught by JAMD Jewish stud-
ies and Hebrew language teachers.
There is no charge. Call (248)
592-5263 to sign up.
The class schedule:
Oct. 16: Ruth Bergman,
"Building a World of Words: How
Rashi Finds Meaning in Torah;"
Rabbi Lee Buckman, "Great Texts of
the Academy;"
Oct. 23: Rabbi Aaron Bergman,
"Ethical Dilemmas in Jewish Law;"
Rabbi Daniel Nevins, "Who's in and
Who's Out: The World to Come;"
Oct. 30: Dr. Cobi Sacerdoti,
"Political Music in Israel."

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