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February 25, 2010 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-02-25

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Southeastern Michigan:

A Great Place To Live. A Great Place To Live Jewishly.

Sponsored by:

"Detroit and Southeastern Michigan are rich in history, culture, sports

and tradition. There is a sense of community and place at its core. We are

active in our synagogue, send our children to day school and are involved

FULL SERVICE SUPERMARKfTS

DETROIT
JEWISH NEWS

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Renaissance Media,
publisher of the
Detroit Jewish News

with a number of organizations and causes. In the "Spirit of Detroit,"

we built our own community, within Detroit's larger Jewish community,

around our values, interests and beliefs. Whether you are new to the

region or have lived here all of your life, Detroit provides a number of

opportunities to explore your life personally, professionally and religiously."

— Daniel Cherrin, president, North Coast Strategies
Married and father of three children ages 3-6

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