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November 21, 2003 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-21

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JANICE CHARACH EPSTEIN GALLERY

ART 8

Festival of Lights:
Mtists Interpret Hanukkiah

Opening Reception
December 4, 2003
6:30-8:30 p.m.

by Pamela Thomford

Exhibition and sale through January 29, 2004

Janis WetSMall, Curator

Jewish Community Center
D. Dan and Betty Kahn Building
Eugene and Marcia Applebaum
Jewish Community Campus

Sponsored by
Marcia and Eugene Applebaum
The Eugene Applebaum Family Foundation
Sue and Alan Kaufman and Family
Tapper's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry

GALLERY HOURS: Mon.-Wed. 10-5 p.m.
Thursday 10-7 p.m. Sunday 11-4 p.m.
(248) 432-5448
gallery@jccdet.org

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THE CENTER

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Introducing Envision

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your progress toward your goals. The Envision process starts with your financial situation
today and simulates more than 1,000 hypothetical market and economic scenarios to
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own comfort level.

Call me to find out more about the new process called Envision.

Norton Stern, Registered Principal

(248) 262-8810
28411 Northwestern Highway
Suite 960
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FRANKLIN FINANCIAL
INVESTMENTS, LLC

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NCCJ Elects
Leadership

The National Conference for
Community and Justice (NCCJ), a
Detroit-area organization dedicated to
improving human relations among eth-
nic, religious and other cultural groups,
has elected three directors to its board
and two board members to the execu-
tive committee.
Elected to the board are Dr. Juliette
Okotie-Eboh, vice president for com-
munity affairs at MGM Grand Casino;
Judge Henry Saad, judge of Michigan
Court of Appeals; Rabbi Daniel Nevins,
spiritual leader at Adat Shalom
Synagogue and past president of the
Michigan Board of Rabbis.
Elected to the executive committee
are John Haggerty, executive vice presi-
dent, Comerica Bank; and Stephen
Strome, CEO of the Handelman Co.

Temple Offers
Divorce Support

A new divorce support group will begin
at Temple Israel. It will be facilitated by
Janice G. Tracht, beginning Sunday,
Nov. 23, 9:45-11:15 a.m.
The free community series will con-
tinue Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, Jan. 4, 11.
Call Kari K. Provizer, (248) 661-
5700, to register or for information.

JARC Achieves
Accreditation

JARC, a provider of community-based
residential services for people with
developmental disabilities, has received
the highest accreditation from CARF,
an international accrediting body. The
new three-year accreditation is the sec-
ond consecutive one JARC has received
from CARE
JARC operates 20 homes and a vari-
ety of supported living programs in
Oakland County for adults with devel-
opmental disabilities and serves 300
families who have a family member
with a disability living at home.

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