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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-04-15

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Seven Decades of AFMDA:41.9111111111
Saving Lives Before Proclamation
of Israel's Independence 62 Years Ago!

Ami and Temple Shir Shalom.
J-Serve is supported by a grant
from the Stephen H. Schulman
Millennium Fund through the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit and the Panim Institute of
BBYO.
Teens interested in volunteer-
ing at J Serve can register at
www.jserve.org. For informa-
tion, contact Jodi Gross, associ-
ate director of education and
youth, Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills, (248) 626-2153,
jgross@adatshalom.org, or Jared
Rothberger, BBYO program associ-
ate, (248) 432-5685 or jrothberg-
er@bbyo.org .

Forum On
Holocaust,
Armenian
Genocide

T

he Cohn-Haddow
Center for Judaic
Studies is holding its
annual Holocaust and Armenian
Genocide Commemoration at
1:30 p.m. Sunday, April 18.
This year's speakers are
Sidney Bolkosky, profes-
sor of history and Holocaust
studies at the University of
Michigan-Dearborn, and Gerard
Libaridian, professor of history
at the University of Michigan-
Ann Arbor.
The theme of the program is
"Challenges and Opportunities
of Oral Testimony."
The event will take place
at the Bernath Auditorium in
the Undergraduate Library at
Wayne State University, Detroit.
The lecture is free of charge, but
does require a reservation. Light
refreshments will be served at
the conclusion of the lecture.
This event is being co-spon-
sored with the Armenian Studies
Program at the University of
Michigan-Ann Arbor, the Voice/
Vision Oral History Archive and
the Armenian Research Center
at the University of Michigan-
Dearborn.
Contact the Cohn-Haddow
Center at (313) 577-2679 to
place your reservation.

Seven decades of Americans
donating thousands of
ambulances and other
emergency vehicles to Magen
David Adorn, building and
renovating MDA Emergency
Medical Stations and supplying
MDA with vital equipment,
urgently needed medical
supplies, emergency gear and
much more.

Seven decades of earning the
trust of our donors and
providing unwavering support
for Magen David Adorn and
Israel's people as MDA's
primary and strongest
supporter in the world.

70 YEARS OF

SAVING LIVES IN ISRAEL
194-0-2010

AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
MAGEN DAVID ADOM

ARMDI • MICHIGAN REGION

Tel: 248-353-0434
Michigan@afmda.org

To DONATE please go to

www.afmda.org

70 Years of Saving Lives in Israel

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