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April 08, 2010 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-04-08

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Southeastern Michigan:

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

Sponsored by:


"After living in New York City for six years, most people considered me crazy

when I decided Detroit and Southeastern Michigan was where I wanted to live

and start my family. After moving here 14 months ago, I have not regretted my

decision for even a second. [Federation] Young Adult Division events, coaching



Renaissance Media,
publisher of the
Detroit Jewish News

basketball at Akiva Hebrew Day School, organizing events for Young Israel of

Southfield and being involved in the B'nai B'rith basketball league as I have been

are just the beginnings of my family's life in Jewish Detroit."

— Michael Skoczylas, Endelman Skoczylas CPAs
Wayne State University Law School-Class of 2013

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