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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-07-22

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Honey For Holidays
The Temple Israel Sisterhood is ship-
ping 8 -ounce jars of kosher honey for
Rosh Hashanah, 5771, which begins
Wednesday, Sept. 8, at sundown.
To order online, click "Sisterhood
Honey Fundraiser L'Shana Tova" on
Temple Israel's homepage (www.
temple-israel.org ). Be sure the group
name Temple Israel Sisterhood, West
Bloomfield, MI, is at the top of the order
form. The group code is TIS.
The cost is $10 per jar, which includes

shipping and handling within the
United States. Six dollars of every jar is

For A Sweet Year
The David B. Hermelin ORT Center in
West Bloomfield will ship 8-ounce jars
of kosher honey and a personalized
message in time for Rosh Hashanah.
To place an order, visit www.orthoney.
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affiliation group. For additional infor-
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Sweet Fundraiser
The Shir Shalom Sisterhood invites sup-
port for its SSTY Scholarship Fund by
participating in the Honey Fundraiser.
For $6, the Honey Committee mem-
bers will package and mail a 1-ounce
bottle of honey, gift wrapped in a mesh
bag, along with prayers and a personal
All proceeds from the sales go directly
to the SSTY Scholarship Fund, which
pays one-year dues for each young adult.
Contact Charlotte Milgrim, (248)
669-3565, for information. Order forms
are available in the West Bloomfield
temple's lobby.

Young Israel Shabbaton
Young Israel of Southfield will host its
fourth annual Young Family Shabbaton
from Friday, Aug. 20, to Sunday, Aug. 22.
The Shabbaton will showcase the
YIS community to prospective families
interested in relocating to the area.
Since the inception of this event, the
community has welcomed 18 new fami-
lies to the YIS neighborhood.
Guests will meet new families, learn
about the YIS community and have a
meaningful Shabbat.
For information, call Young Israel of
Southfield, (248) 358-0154.

For Israel Solidarity
In October, former Detroiter Alan W.
Finkelstein will participate in a 300-
mile bike ride from Jerusalem to Eilat in
the Arava Institute Hazon Israel Ride.
He is riding to raise money for the
Arava Institute for Environmental
Studies and for Hazon, which works to
create a healthier and more sustainable
Jewish community and world.
To support the ride, go to arava.kin-

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Campers' Laundry Aid
Kids away at summer camp is supposed
to be a time for parents to relax. But
once they return home, the hassle of
cleaning their clothes sets in.
Waterford-based Town Tub Coin
Laundry is relieving parents burden by
offering pickup and delivery of their
campers' laundry [(248) 303-4755].
For the past six years, Town Tub
owner Nick Philko has laundered the
clothes each summer for many of
Detroit's overnight camps.
"Parents love having their children
come home from camp, but they do not
love having to deal with all that dirty

laundry," said Philko.
"Camp laundry can contain things
like sand from the beach and occasion-
ally a few bugs from the forerst. So it is
best done at our commercial laundry?'
Adrianne Seligman Katz from West
Bloomfield says she uses Town Tub
because of the convenience.
"I have clean clothes back in drawers
in less than 24 hours," said Seligman

Rosman Tournament
On Monday, Aug. 16, at Tam O'Shanter
Country Club, Michigan State
University's AEPi Chapter will host the
inaugural Ryan Rosman Memorial Golf
Outing in conjunction with MSU Hillel
and the Rosman family. Ryan Rosman
was killed in an accident in Detroit.
Proceeds from the event will sup-
port a paid internship position for one
AEPi member to act as MSU Hillel/AEPi
liaison and an additional paid Jewish
Business Association chairperson.
The event includes 18 holes of golf,
lunch, free beverages, and a barbecue
dinner. The cost is $180 per person; din-
ner only is $50.
There will be closest to pin, longest
drive and straightest drive contests;
sponsorships are available.
For information, contact msuhillel.

ZOA's Balfour Event
The Zionist Organization of America
Michigan Region will hold its 77th
annual Balfour Celebration in November
with special recognition of the 150th
birthday of Theodor Herzl, the father of
modern Zionism.
Community leaders Leonard and
Ophelia Herman will receive the Justice
Louis D. Brandeis Award, the ZOA's high-
est citation of merit, honoring their
lifetime commitment to Zionism and
Jewish education.
"Three Cantors" will perform dur-
ing the event. They are Cantor Meir
Finkelstein (Congregation Shaarey
Zedek of Oakland County), Cantor
Daniel Gross (Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills) and Cantor
Michael Smolash (Temple Israel, West
Bloomfield). A dessert afterglow will
conclude the evening.
The program will begin at 7 p.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 14, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in Southfield.
For information, contact Pamela
Lippitt, executive director of the
Bloomfield Townsip office of ZOA-MI,
(248)282-0088 or pam@mizoa.org — or
www.mizoa.org .

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