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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-05-03

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Sara Langnas is looking forward to her sixth year at
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summer, but also understands that not every kid has
the same opportunity she does.
So she is raising money for the "Send a Kid to
Tamarack" fund that helps fulfill the agency's goal
that every Jewish child should be able to go to camp.
She has raised more than $500 since January
through her project of collecting returnable cans and
bottles for their deposits. She will continue collecting
through May. This is a project for her bat mitzvah at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek West Bloomfield, B'nai
Sara Langnas is turn-
Israel Center in June.
ing beverage deposits
If you would like to help, the Hillel Day School sev-
into camp scholarships.
enth-grader has a can drop-off box at the Tamarack
Camps office at the Max M. Fisher Federation
Building, 6735 Telegraph, Bloomfield Township.
Sara is the daughter of Laynie and Michael Langnas of West Bloomfield.

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Loss Of Spouse
Hospice of Michigan will conduct a
grief support group open to those
younger than 60 who have suffered the
loss of a spouse, significant other or
life partner. The group is free and will
take place 7-8:30 p.m. on consecutive
Thursdays, May 3-31.
Judith Burdick will facilitate the
group at her office, 30300 Telegraph,
Suite 125, in the Bingham Farms office
center. Burdick, a counselor special-
izing in grief, has been a volunteer for
Hospice of Michigan since 2003.
The group will focus on issues rel-
evant to people younger than 60, such
as raising children alone and making
the decision to look for love again.
Refreshments and materials will be
provided. Call Hospice of Michigan
Oakland County grief support manager
Cindy Goldman, (248) 334-1324.

Educators Honored
Honoring two Jewish educators
through the Emery and Diane Klein
Excellence in Education Endowment
Fund, Federation's Alliance for Jewish
Education has awarded stipends to
Leah Gawel of Congregation Shir
Tikvah in Troy and Elkie Silverstein of
Beth Jacob School for Girls in Oak Park.
Longtime supporters of Jewish edu-
cation, the Kleins established the award
last year to "recognize the dedication
and creativity of those teachers who
demonstrate a love of Jewish learning
and bring their talents and energy to the
classroom:' The awards offer scholar-
ships for conventions of the Conference
on Alternatives in Jewish Education
(CAJE) or the Torah U'Mesorah:
National Society for Hebrew Day.
Gawel of Novi, who will attend CAJE,

is a pre-kindergarten teacher and lead-
er of Tikvah Tots, a program for young
children and their families.
Silverstein of Southfield, who will
attend the Torah U'Mesorah conven-
tion, is completing her 10th year as a
Jewish studies teacher at Beth Jacob's
junior high division.

Advocates Gather
Alzheimer advocates will gather in
Lansing on Wednesday, May 9, to take
part in the Alzheimer's Association's
fifth annual Legislative Day.
The daylong event will begin at 10
a.m. with a program on the steps of
the Michigan State Capitol. Alzheimer's
Association staff and volunteers then
will meet with legislators to dis-
cuss public policy issues impacting
Alzheimer's, highlighting the need for
increased dementia training for direct
care and urging funding for Alzheimer's
support programs.
Call the Alzheimer's Association at
(800) 272-3900 to register. For a copy of
the 2007 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and
Figures Report, visit www.alz.org.

Venturing With Vets
Venturing Crew 18 has a new charter
partner, the Jewish War Veterans-
Department of Michigan. Among the
JWV's many national programs is sup-
port for and chartering of Boy Scout
and Girl Scout units.
"Venturing" is the high school-age
co-educational program of the Boy
Scouts. Crew 18's focuses on "outdoor
adventure and community service:'
Crew 18's members attend Frankel
Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit in West Bloomfield and Detroit
Country Day School in Beverly Hills.

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