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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-01-19

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The Birmingham Temple („,

The Birmingham Temple Forum

Rabbi Sherwin Wine
Will Review
The Controversial New Film
Directed by Steven Spielberg

SAVE THE DATE AND NOMINATE!

EIGHT
EIGovi e l r TY

Munich

The Tikkun Olam Award

The Jewish world is in an uproar over this powerful new film.
Created by the man who won Jewish praise for his production
of Schindler's List and for his noble attempt to preserve the
memories of the Holocaust, Munich is the story of the
murder of 11 Israeli athletes by Palestinian terrorists at the
Olympic games in Munich in 1972.

But in this production the issue of justice is obscured. The
Palestinian grievance finds sympathetic support. The morality
of Jewish retaliation and vengeance is questioned. Many Jews
have found the film disturbing.

Monday, January 23, 8:oopm

248-477-1410

www.birminghamtemple.org
info@birminghamtemple.org

Do you know a deserving older adult who...







Is at least 80 years old?
Has been a life long volunteer in the community?
Is active and volunteering today?
Is dedicated to maintaining strong Jewish values?
Is an inspiring leader or mentor in the community?

HOW TO NOMINATE:

Write or email JAS describing the worthiness of the nominee.

Please include (as applicable)

Non-Members: Eight Dollars

Members: Free

WHY: To recognize eight senior adults and their lifetime achievements

The Birmingham Temple

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Name and age of nominee
Duration of volunteer service (years, decades)
Involvement in Jewish organizations and causes
Leadership positions held
Current accomplishments
Letters and newspaper articles supporting nominee's
accomplishments

10686E:

Also explain how the nominee's long-standing activities exemplify a
commitment to the Jewish value of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).

MAIL/EMAIL TO:

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Email: PVVurdock@Jasmi.org

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ALL NOMINATIONS MUST B)'RECEIVED BY JANUARY 31, 2006.

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