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• archive of Southeastern Michigan Jewish
The regular four-page print edition including
the "Singles Scene," "Family Scoop," "Michigan
Business" and "Job Hunt" pages will continue
to be included in the Detroit Jewish News as its
popularity is only growing. While the website will
serve as more of a professional directory, the paper
will still mirror this content while having fun
youthful advice and events for the 20- to 30-
something core audience.
It's a hit! The Southeastern Michigan Jewish
Alli ance TM has launched its official online website,
www.semjalliance.org , and we want YOU to be a
part of our community, too.
The mission of the Southeastern Michigan
Jewish Alliance website is to create a
professional and entrepreneurial setting for
networking, funding and business development.
Our long-term goal is to establish and provide
ongoing services and support (both financial and
educational) and mentorship to aid in job stability
On the new website, vvww.semjalliance.org , you
will see the "Michigan Business" and "Job Hunt"
pages translated into a user-friendly space where
individuals can create professional user profiles to
network with peers in their discipline and region.
Below are some of the features available:
International Designer Jeff Garner
Designs For Michigan Eco-friendly Charity Fashion Show
Featuring the designs of world-renowned
designer Jeff Garner of Prophetik, The
Uptown Group (TUG) will host the
"Green Breeze Fashion Show for Land
Conservation" — showing going green
not only helps our environment but
it's fashionable too. The unique green
fashion show is Saturday, July 24 (Doors
open 7 p.m. /Show at 8 p.m.) at the
Royal Oak Music Theatre. Proceeds from
the event benefit The Greening of Detroit
and The Community House.
"The Green Breeze Fashion Show for
Land Conservation" will bring the
distinctive, all-sustainable fashion life-
style line of Jeff Garner of Prophetik to
the runway for the evening. Organized
by TUG (The Uptown Group) — a collec-
tion of young professionals dedicated
to making a difference in Southeastern
Michigan through fun and innovative
social events, cultural programs and
community outreach — the evening will
offer guests an evening of fashion,
on-site vendors, food and music.
Celebrities who support the green
movement have also been invited to
the event. Celebrity guests already
scheduled to attend the event, include
actor Thomas Ian Nicholas of "American
Pie," "Rookie of the Year," and "The
Chicago 8," as well as Alexandra Rush,
a Michigan native who has appeared
in GQ Magazine, "Sex and the City 2,"
"Celebrity Apprentice," and "Real World
Brooklyn." Local rockers Catfish Mafia
will add their amazing rock and roll
grass music as the featured artists
during the show.
"TUG is excited to be working with
Jeff Garner not
only for his
fashion, but also
because he has
a passion for
conscious way of
life while grow-
ing the connect-
edness of people,
around the world," said Sarah Szirtes,
chair of the Green Breeze Fashion Show.
Prophetik is focused on environmen-
tally friendly materials including organic
About The Benefitting Charities:
THE GREENING OF DETROIT: A not-for-profit organization
established in 1989 to guide and inspire the reforestation of Detroit.
Its many projects include outdoor classrooms, a vacant lot project,
and urban farming.
THE COMMUNITY HOUSE: For more than 85 years, The Community
House, a not-for-profit organization, has stayed true to its mission of
building a strong community. Its new "green" programs teach children
how to become stewards of their environm e nt.,
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cottons, hemp, flax, Greenspun (recycled
bottles) and organic pigment dyed,
GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)
certified fabrics. The label has been part
of London Fashion Week's Esthethica
for the past several seasons, and the
line not only focuses on sustainability
with fabrics and production, but also
in the heart of giving, raising funds
and awareness for a select charity each
Tickets are now on sale.($100 VIP
— includes runway seating, VIP gift bag
& 2 drinks; GA seating — $25 & $50;
GA Student & Balcony seating
—$15) For more information on "The
Green Breeze Fashion Show for Land
Conservation," including tickets and
purchasing locations, sponsorship
opportunities and benefitting charities
or call 248-440-1484. The Royal Oak
Music Theatre is located at
318 W. Fourth Street.
In our mission to redirect the narrative of Southeastern Michigan, we have spearheaded a campaign geared towards young Jewish adults in our region.
If you would like to submit any events, information or would like to be featured in our section, please contact Rachel Lachover at (248) 351-5156 or
firstname.lastname@example.org . JOIN US ON FACEBOOK; search our group name and fan page "SE MICHIGAN JEWISH ALLIANCE"
July 15 • 2010