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March 10, 2005 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-03-10

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"I was lonely at home; I missed laughter. My move to The Park at Tr owbridge

was a wonderful experience. The entire community is warm and gracious

and I was welcomed like royalty. I like everything about The Park at

Trowbridge—the wonderful staff, food, transportation, entertainment,
friends and neighbors. And now I can choose to be by myself or
surrounded by friends. I've never had it so good."

Letter written by Marian B. - resident

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24111 Civic Center Dr. • Southfield, MI 48034

March 17, 4-7 p.m.—
Grand Re-opening Celebration


at Trowbridge

The Brightest Tomorrows Begin Here.

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