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April 02, 2004 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-04-02

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Community

• Days filled with laughter,
friends, caring

• A safe haven,
a professional staff

• Respite for family members
and caregivers

JVS Offers Loans

• Therapeutic and
social activities

Applications are being accepted from
college students interested in applying
for interest-free loans through the Sarah
and Harold Gottlieb Jewish
Educational Loan Service GELS) for
the 2004/2005 school year.
Administered through JVS, Hebrew
Free Loan Association and the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, the
program is available to metro Detroit
area Jewish residents. To be considered,
applicants must be full-time students
pursuing an undergraduate, graduate or
professional education; be able to docu-
ment financial need; attend a Michigan
educational institution unless a compa-
rable education is not available in
Michigan; and demonstrate academic
progress toward a career objective.
In addition to loans, JVS also pro-
vides counseling to parents and stu-
dents interested in other financial aid
options available through state, federal
and private sources.
JELS applications will be accepted for
the 2004/2005 school year April 1-Nov.
15. For information, call Marvin
Berman, (248) 233-4209.

• Caregiver support
and education

• Health care monitoring

• Kosher meals and snacks

• Personal care and
transportation available

Dorothy & Peter Brown
Jewish Community
Adult Day Care Program

For older adults with memory disorders

Southfield

"The staff has a personal commitment to Mom's
dignity and overall well-being. It provides me with
relief to know she's happy."

Nancy has lived with her daughter and her family
for the past three years. She comes to the program
5 days a week.

This is Federation

(248) 233-4000

West Bloomfield

(248) 661-6390

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Realizing

Visit us online: www.thisisfederation.org

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Congregation B'nai Moshe will have
adult learning sessions during Passover.
At noon Thursday, April 8, Rabbi
Aaron Bergman will discuss "Maurice
Sendak and the Holocaust — Helping
Children Deal with Tragedy." Tuition is
$5 for members of B'nai Moshe and $7
for others. A kosher-for-Passover lunch
is available for $10. RSVP to Nancy
Kaplan, (248) 737-1931 by Sunday,
April 4.
On Shabbat, April 10, following serv-
ices and kiddush, Barry Levine will dis-
cuss "The Promise: Viewing
Redemption in the Midst of Utter
Tragedy," exploring "The Valley of the
Dry Bones," Ezekiel's mystical
metaphor for resurrection and return.
At noon Sunday, April 11, Rabbi
Shosh Dworsky, assistant director at
University of Michigan Hillel, will dis-
cuss, "If Madonna Can Do It, Why
Can't We? Demystifying Kabbalah."
The charge is $5 for B'nai Moshe
members, $7 for others. A kosher-for-
Passover brunch will be available at 11
a.m., at $10, by advance reservation
only. RSVP to Nancy Kaplan, (248)
737-1931 by Thursday, April 8.

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