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March 18, 2010 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-03-18

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Southeastern Michigan:

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

Sponsored by:

WAYNE STATE
UNIVERSITY

"Southeastern Michigan and Wayne County have been my home for

35 years and are a great place to start and raise a family. We have

outstanding schools, more than 20 miles of international waterfront and

host Michigan's most recognizable cultural and entertainment venues.

And to top it off, our region has an incredibly rich history of Jewish

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JEWISH NEWS

JN

Renaissance Media,
publisher of the
Detroit Jewish News

activism. From involvement in the Underground Railroad to current

programs that support families in need both locally and internationally,

our Jewish community has a lot to be proud of."

— Matthew Schenk, Chief of Staff
Office of Wayne County Executive Robert A. Ficano

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