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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-22

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RELIEF EFFORTS

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• The company Web site will link to
several charities.
• Several cities where SoccerZone is
located will provide housing for evac-
uees and will offer free play and uni-
forms for anyone who was displaced
and would like to participate in
SoccerZone programs.

Adat Shalom members gave gener-
ously to help restore the lives of
Hurricane Katrina victims in the Gulf
states. Evacuees soon coming to the
Metro Detroit area will include 200
children who need school supplies.
There will be a drop box in the syna-
gogue's front lobby to collect new
crayons, #2 pencils, pens, erasers,
backpacks and gift cards from Target.

Our job doesn't stop at getting your business. That's just the beginning. As your

bank, we are committed to making your business succeed. By listening to you, we

understand where you want to take your business. That takes constant work and

personal contact as your goals evolve over the years. In the end, it's your success that

really matters, and wo think that deserves our full attention. To find out more about

our Commercial Banking capabilities, please call Mike Jamieson at 248-822-5653.

Making more possible

LaSalle Bank

ABN AMRO

©2005 LaSalle Bank Corporation. Member FDIC.

HEALTH QUEST

In your Search for Health, Your Quest Ends Here

DR. DAVID
SANDLER

Chiropractor

26751
Southfield Rd.

9/22
2005

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P: 248.552.0510
F: 248.569.7741

• Your health, comfort and
well-being are my priority.

Serving the Jewish community

• Most insurances accepted

PLEASE HELP

support the
Hurricane Katrina
relief effort

Official chiropractors of the Detroit Lions

Visit our website at: www.HealthQuestus

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The Jewish Family Service of
Washtenaw County has received 40
referrals from the Red Cross regarding
individuals affected by the hurricane
now in Ann Arbor and has taken 23
cases. Some families, particularly those
with school-age children or elderly
adults, may resettle in the county. JFS
plans to help them navigate the reset-
tlement process.
For details, visit
www.jfsannarbor.org . JFS is not
accepting goods from individuals
because of storage constraints but will
accept gift cards or specific goods from
local businesses. To make financial
contributions through the Jewish
Federation of Washtenaw County's
Hurricane Relief Fund: www.jewishan-
narbor.org/katrina. You can request
that your donation go to local relief
efforts.

United Way of Southeastern
Michigan has established a Web site to
disseminate information regarding
Hurricane Katrina evacuees relocated
to southeast Michigan:
www.katrina.uwsem.org. It will help
local service providers alleviate gaps in
services and guide individuals who
want to contribute resources or volun-
teer time.
United Way's Tel-Help/2-1-1 Call
Center is answering calls 24-hours a
day, connecting callers who need serv-
ices with organizations. Anyone who
would like to help displaced families
and/or evacuees who need assistance
can call United Way at (800) 552-
1183, 24 hours a day, seven days a
week.

RELIEF EFFORTS on page 33

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