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March 19, 2004 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-19

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Hot Prayers

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Shabbat Unplugged at Temple Israel
draws the 20s-40s crowd.

PHOTOS BY BILL HANSEN

T

emple Israel resumed its monthly Shabbat Unplugged program
March 12, attracting a large crowd of 20-, 30- and 40-somethings
to its alternative Shabbat service and afterglow. ❑

Rabbi Paul Yedwab, right, leads a prayer.

Zina Usyser of Oak Park sings
along.

Crystal Webster, Melissa Hortick and Stephanie Michaels lead the
young congregation in a prayer.

Kevin Elkus of West Bloomfield chats with Laura Hutten of Novi.

Linda Stern of
Walled Lake and
Sharon Berke of
Huntington Woods
discuss the program
over dessert.

Susan Sinai of Farmington Hills and
Kathryn Mayer of West Bloomfield join
the. oneg.

Enjoying the afterglow are Scott Hutten of Novi, -
Karen Koenig of Bloomfield Hills and Bruce Millman
of Birmingham.

Dan Rosenberg and Angela Dings, both of Royal Oak, join with
Karyn Squillets of Wixom in a "moment ofjoy."

3/19
2004

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