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JAS Breaks Ground On New Building
Jewish Apartments & Services (JAS)
held a ceremony on the A. Alfred
Taubman Jewish Community
Campus in Oak Park to celebrate the
groundbreaking of its new David and
Miriam Mondry Administrative
Nearly 125 people attended,
including members of the Mondry
Currently, the JAS executive staff
occupies office space in several build-
ings on both the Oak Park and West •
Bloomfield campuses. The new -
6,700-square-foot facility will enable
the accounting, marketing, develop-
ment and the administrative staff to
work together under one roof.
"I have been waiting for years for
an opportunity to build our own JAS
Administrative Office Building, and
the Mondry family made it possible,"
said Marsha Goldsmith Kamin, JAS
"We can now work together in one
The Jewish Community
Chaplaincy Program, which pro-
vides religious, cultural and spiri-
tual support to frail Jewish older
adults living in care facilities, will
offer a series of volunteer training
The next session will be 7-9
p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12, at
location, maximizing efficiencies of -
operation and giving back valuable
communal space to our residents."
Neil Gorosh, JAS board president,
said, "This very generous gift makes
possible one more anchor for the
community, a community that is get-
ting stronger year to year and can
serve as a model for gentrification of
Jewish communities in the United
Ira Mondry, son of Miriam
Mondry of Bloomfield Hills and the
late David Mondry, said, "It's gratify-
ing to hear the people who work for
this organization speak so excitedly
and glowingly about how much
they're looking forward to when this
building is completed."
The building was designed by
Gerorge J. Hartman Architects P.C.
and its construction is being per-
formed by Farber Equities. They
anticipate staff moving into the new
building by June.
Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield. The topic will be
"Coping With Loss."
Speakers will include Judy
Kotzen, clinical social worker;
Rabbi David Castiglione of
Temple Beth El; and Nathan
Shiovitz of Jewish Hospice and
Chaplaincy Network. The session
To register, call Shirley Jarcaig,
(248) 661-2999, by Monday, Nov.