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March 30, 2006 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-03-30

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March 30 • 2006

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Gabe Neistein of West Bloomfield, Jenn Woodberg of Southfield, and Renee

Liberman and Carri Farber, both of West Bloomfield, clean their tools after
gutting houses in New Orleans.

Spring Break

MSU Hillel students in New Orleans
help rebuild devastated Ninth Ward.

Marisa Saltzman

Orleans area.
MSU student volunteers gutted
two houses and a local church in the
East Lansing
. Ninth and Lower Ninth wards in New
SU Hillel students traveled
Orleans.
to New Orleans during
"It is the first step in the recovery
their spring break, March
effort here. Not much has happened
5-10, to provide hurricane relief in •
to rebuild this area;' said Jeremy Moss,
areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.
an MSU sophomore from Southfield.
The 15 MSU students on the trip,
"It seems there has been little or no
ranging in age from 18-21, volunteered relief activity here in the past six
through Common Ground Collective, a months, and if the flow of volunteers
community-initiated volunteer organi- down to New Orleans ends, so will the
zation which offers assistance, mutual . recovery effort."
aid and support for victims of hurri-
During their stay in New Orleans,
cane disasters in the Gulf Coast region, the MSU students were housed by the
focusing on those affected in the New
Hillel Foundation of New Orleans.
The MSU participants included:
Jeff Brown and Ryan Gardner of Ann
Arbor; Carri Farber, Shirah Farber,
Ken Hansen, Renee Liberman, Gabe
Neistein, Lauren Schanes and Justin
Segal of West Bloomfield; Jeremy Moss
and Jenn Woodberg of Southfield;
Marisa Saltzman, East Lansing; Marisa
Shapiro, Buffalo Grove, Ill.; and Jessica
Silverman and Kyle Zwiren, Bloomfield
Hills. ❑

Special to the Jewish News

Gabe Neistein and Ken Hansen,

Marisa Saltzman is a first-year master's

both of West Bloomfield, secure the

degree student in the School of Social

wheelbarrow they used to transport

Work at Michigan State University and

debris.

assistant program director at MSU Hillel.

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