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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-04-15

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April 15 • 2010

etro Detroit Jewish
teens will unite at 11:45
a.m. Sunday, April 25,
for J-Serve 2010, a national day
of service for sixth- to 12th-grad-
ers. The gathering point is the
Jewish Community Center in West
The teens will take part in
a host of volunteer activities,
including cleaning up a south-
west Detroit garden plot for the
greening of Detroit, continuing
renovations on the Downtown
Synagogue, working on various
projects with area seniors and
JARC residents and much more.
J-Serve 2010 will engage youth
from all denominations within the
Jewish community in meaning-
ful projects to teach them the
value of tikkun olam (repair of the
world), the Jewish call to action.
Teens will start their day with
a kickoff program to introduce
the participants to their peers
and inform them about the
importance of their volunteer
efforts. Buses deploy the teens to
their chosen work site, accompa-
nied by youth professionals and
adult volunteers. The program will
conclude with a short debriefing
session back at the JCC.
J-Serve, an annual program
for Jewish youth throughout the
world, is part of Global Youth
Service Day, a national day of ser-
vice for teens from all faith com-
Metro groups participat-
ing in J Serve 2010 are: Akiva
Hebrew Day School, Adat Shalom
Synagogue, ATID: Alliance for
Teens in Detroit, BBYO, Boy Scout
Troop No. 364, Congregation Beth
Ahm, Congregation Beth Shalom,
Congregation Shaarey Zekek,
Frankel Jewish Academy, Habonim
Dror, Jewish Community Relations
Council, Jewish Community
Center, Beverly Prentis Wagner
Teen Center, Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit, Jewish
Parents Institute, NCSY, MCUSY,
Tamarack Camps, Temple Israel,
Temple Emanu-El, Temple Kol

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