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March 10, 2005 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-03-10

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Our graduates are responsible for more
than 1,000 synagogue and day
school classes, 250 adult programs
and one large boat.

Elly Bauman knows the meaning of hands-on learning, but in her
classes, the hands are little ones. Elly, an alumna of the William Davidson Graduate School of
Jewish Education at The Jewish Theological Seminary, is Director of the Jewish Discovery
Museum at the Bathurst JCC in Toronto. The museum teaches children six and under about
Jewish values, community life and Israel through imaginative, interactive exhibits, including a
giant Noah's Ark.

The Davidson School is at the forefront, transforming Jewish education across North America,
producing Jewish educational leaders like Elly. Students at The Davidson School
teach, research, reflect and learn while working in a variety of educational
settings.

To learn more about how you can be an inspiration to this generation and the next,
call (212) 280-6054 or visit wwwitsa.edu/ds

Elly
Bauman

Director

Jewish Discovery Museum

Bathurst, Canada

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Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education

JTS. We teach Jewish Leaders.

The Great Purim
Parcel Project

Doors and Windows

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Made possible by a generous gift
from Bill and Audrey Farber

Sunday, March 13, 2005

2 Adar II 5765

10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Max M. Fisher Federation Building
6735 Telegraph Rd. • Bloomfield Hills

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5 ways that YOU can get involved

MAKE

Mishloach Manot Parcels at home!

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;KING your completed Mishloach Manot to the Federation Building!

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a Purim Parcel Project Program of your own!

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Mishloach Manot Parcels with others!

TAKE your Mishloach Manot parcels

from the Max M. Fisher Federation Building
to residents of various senior facilities; Coville
Apartments; Jewish Family Service clients;
Kadima clients; JARC clients; Kosher
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Meals-on-Wheels recipients, Yad Ezra;
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33084 Northwestern Highway • West Bloomfield, MI 48322

For information, call Gail at the JEFF office at (248) 205-2536.

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