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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-09-24

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Mazel tov to Tamarack Camps for
building on a strong foundation of
commitment to informal Jewish edu-
cation, as illustrated so extensively in
the very informative "Hello Ima,
Hello, Abbe (Aug. 13, page 11).
The initiatives cited are all part of
time-honored Tamarack traditions
— the incorporation of Hebrew, a
strong focus on Israel, the emphasis
on tzedakah projects and communi-
ty service, Shabbat services promot-
ing active camper participation and
the commemoration of Tisha b'Av.
Our tradition teaches us that
Moses placed both the new tablets
and the old tablets in the ark to
show that the attributes of both the
old and new are required to move
forward.
Over its many years of serving
Jewish children, Tamarack has bene-
fited from Jewish artisans (such as
Iry and Harriet Berg and others
through a scholar-in-residence pro-

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gram), JOIN interns (sponsored by
the JVS) who organized community
service projects, and outstanding
board presidents and directors who
gave their utmost support to Judaic
programming because they under-
stood the profound and lasting
impact that it can have on the
Jewish identity of summer campers.
Under the inspired leadership of
new Executive Director Jonah Geller
and President Ron Sollish, and with
a new Jewish Life Committee
charged to maintain this focus, it is
wonderful to see that Tamarack con-
tinues to build on and grow from
the foundation set by its past leaders
and staff. A strong foundation sup-
ports a very bright future.
Dina Shtull-Leber
former Tamarack director
of Jewish programming
Ann Arbor
Dr. Jeffrey Devries
former Tamarack board member
West Bloomfield

Together with the Red Cross, the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit is
seeking blood donors for a blood drive
scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 5, from
noon to 4 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center in Oak Park.
The blood drive will coincide with
Federation's Super Sunday, a day when
hundreds of volunteers gather to make
calls on behalf of Federation's 2005
annual campaign, helping thousands in
need here in Detroit, Israel and in
Jewish communities around the world.
Marta Rosenthal co-chairs Federation's
Campaign with Michael Horowitz.
Donors should be over the age of 18.
Interested persons may contact Carol
Kaczander by Sept. 30, at the Jewish
Federation, (248) 203-1466 or e-mail-
ing kaczander@jfincLorg

Memory Club Started

People who are experiencing mild mem-
ory loss and are frustrated by their for-
getfulness are invited to join the
Memory Club. The program will teach
memory building techniques and men-
tal exercises to help individuals maintain
their ability to live an active and inde-
pendent life.
The club will meet at JVS, a nonprof-
it human service organization, 29699
Southfield Road, Southfield.
The Memory Club is offered on

Tuesdays 10 a.m.-2 p.m. During the ses-
sions, memory-enhancing activities, vis-
its to community events and lunch are
provided. As attendance grows, a
Thursday session will also be offered.
Memory Club coordinator is Shirley
Jarcaig.
For information, contact Shirley
Jarcaig, (248) 233-4247.
Start-up funding for the Memory
Club was provided by the Shirley Harris
Fund. The program is operated by JVS
and Jewish Home and Aging Services.

A Sukkah Makeover

Congregation Shaarey Zedek will host
Extreme Sukkah Makeover Sunday,
Sept. 26, from noon-3 p.m., at the
Southfield building. The program is
co-sponsored by JEFF (Jewish
Experience for the Family).
Children will be able to create a
semi-permanent decoration for the
sukkah with an artist in residence,
shake a lulav, dip a caramel apple,
make a blessing plaque and help Bob
the Builder build a sukkah. Adults can
study with the clergy.
To celebrate the harvest season,
bring a small bag of produce to donate
to Forgotten Harvest. There is a
charge of $15 per family; $10 if pro-
duce is donated. Lunch will be avail-
able for purchase.
For reservations, call the synagogue
office, (248) 357-5544.

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