MIC H IGA N
A Great Place To Live. A Great Place To Be Jewish.
BRIGHT AND BOLD CHANGES AHEAD
SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN JEWISH ALLIANCE... THE NEXT STEPS
The Detroit Jewish News has begun to implement a strong proactive initiative called the "Southeastern Michigan Jewish
Alliance." Its mission is to revitalize and reinvigorate the young adult (20-30 something) Jewish community in Michigan.
You might have read the two-page spread in previous issues that have been our primary platform. We have presented many
profiles and testimonials from active members of the community speaking about why they have chosen to live and help build
Southeastern Michigan as their home. We also found it crucial to offer upcoming events, interesting job opportunities, useful
resources and other tidbits of information targeting this specific age group.
Our online/social component of the Southeastern Michigan Jewish Alliance campaign on Facebook offers a networking system
to provide young Jewish adults with business and social opportunities.
Thanks to your input, we will now take our program to the next level. Starting next week, April 29, we will introduce a new
budget friendly family time
01 and beyond:
ST ONE WEEK LEFT!
For all of the great support the
community has shared with the
Southeastern Michigan Jewish
networking .:: clo;s and don ts :
Alliance so far, we would like to
offer a FREE one-year subscription
to anyone from the college
graduation year 1990-2010 and
three-page format that will broaden and enrich the content and mission of
the Southeastern Michigan Jewish Alliance, and allow us to appropriately
target the needs of each sector of our young adult community. The emphasis
still living in Michigan who is not
already a subscriber. This offer is
valid now through May 1.
will be on:
Please send all requests to
the singles scene;
Rachel Lachover at
business and networking;
family and parenting.
We will be covering everything from dating advice to business advice, singles
events to fun family events, networking opportunities to hot spots around
town, and more. The detailed three-page spread debuts next week and then
JOIN US ON FACEBOOK; search
our group name "SE MICHIGAN
again every other week. On alternate weeks, the Southeastern Michigan
Jewish Alliance will continue to offer ideas, insights and feedback on ways to
enhance our community or merely a fun message or idea.
We look forward to your continued support!