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October 24, 2003 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-24

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Tapper's 12th Annual Coat Drive

October 1st through 31st.

Open Your Heart. Open Your Closet.
Donate your clean wearable coats.

This act of collecting coats for
those who can not afford them is
one way that we fulfill the mitzvah
of VAhavta L'Reyecha Kamocha -
Loving your neighbor as yourself"
-Rabbi Dr. Yigal Tsaidi,
Education Director,
Akiva Hebrew Day School

"I really see the beauty in the
mixture of community
organizations that are coming
together to reach out and help
each other..."
-David Sorkin, Executive Director,
Jewish Community Center

Tapper's, along with Hillel Day School,
Akiva Hebrew Day School, The Jewish
Academy of Metropolitan Detroit, and
the Jewish Community Center are
collecting winter coats to be donated
to adults and children in need.
Please join with us to make this year
our most successful coat drive yet.
Coats may be dropped off at any of the
locations below:

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IAMONDS & FINE JEWELRY
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Michigan's most trusted jeweler since 1977

Orchard Mall . West Bloomfield, MI 48322
248-932-7700 . 800-337-GIFT

MAKE THE CONNECTION @ WWW.TAPPERS.COM

JEWISH
ACADEMY

7' of Metropolitan Detroit

10/24
2003

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THE CENTER

Hillel Day School
of Metropolitan Detroit

"Our blessings confer obligations
upon us...the more one has, the
more one has the obligation to
give and do..."
-Rabbi Lee Buckman, Head of
School, The Jewish Academy
of Metropolitan Detroit

"One of the first mitzvot
(commandments) in the Torah is
to clothe the naked. This is an
opportunity to make this mitzvah
real."
-Steve Freedman, Head of School,
Hillel Day School

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