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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-11-04

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Jewish Community
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November 15 - April 15
5030 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield
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Sparking Dialogue from page 24

the larger community," said Jeannie
Weiner, the Jewish co-chair.
Friendships and relationships
require time to grow (even at the
leadership level), but Weiner is
excited about the prospects. The past
president of the Jewish Community
Relations Council of Metropolitan
Detroit has some Chaldean friends
who go back 20 years.
"This is a wonderful opportunity
for Southeast Michigan to demon-
strate that different religious groups
can come together as neighbors, col-
leagues, clients and friends:' she said.
"If friendships and better understand-
ing between the groups were the only
result, it would be enough; but much,
much more is happening, and I find it
very gratifying."

Real Change
When Building Community was
launched, the JN's Horwitz and the
Chaldean News' Manna could not
have imagined the amount of interest

and support their newspapers would
receive for the effort.
"It seems that with each month-
ly installment of the Building
Community content that appears in
our publications:' Horwitz said, "addi-
tional ideas for collaboration emerge.
"Most of the ideas and desire to
participate come from the grassroots
level, a sign that we are fundamentally
changing the ways these two com-
munities will interact for years, and
perhaps decades, to come." E

Creative director, Deborah Schultz
Senior copy editor, David Sachs
Story development editor, Keri Guten
Cohen

Our eighth two-page monthly
spread, developed by the
Farmington Hills strategic
communications firm Tanner
Friedman, is on pages 28-29.

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All Aboard The Friendship Tour

The Chaldean/Jewish Friendship Tour, a special occasion on Nov.15 pre-
sented by Building Community's Arts & Culture Committee, marks the first
public event from one of the initiative's grassroots workgroups.
Participants will gain an understanding of the architecture, symbol-
ism, usability, history and culture of each community's central facilities
— Shenandoah Country Club and the Jewish Community Center. Both are
located in West Bloomfield.
The night begins at 6 p.m. at Shenandoah for wine, hors d'oeuvres
and a tour of the facility by its architect, Victor Saroki of Birmingham.
Shenandoah is owned by the Chaldean Iraqi American Association of
Michigan (CIAAM) and is a favorite gathering place among community
members.
At 7:30, participants will drive to the Jewish Community Center for a
tour by JCC Executive Director Mark Lit and architect Joel Smith, whose
firm Neumann/Smith Associates of Southfield designed the Frankel Jewish
Academy of Metropolitan Detroit and the under-construction Berman
Center for the Performing Arts, both part of the JCC building complex.
Coffee and a sampling of Jewish-inspired sweets at the JCC round out the
evening, which concludes at 9 p.m.
Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Send checks payable to
the Jewish Community Center to the JCC, 6600 W. Maple Road, West
Bloomfield, MI 48322. Learn more by calling Avita Bacall at (248) 681-
5050 or Monika Whale, (248) 432-5419.
The Arts & Culture Committee is headed by Mary Romaya and Barbara
Kratchman. Committee members are Mira Burak, Stephen Goldman, Mark
Kassa, Mark Lit, Dr. Sulafa Roumayah, Dale Rubin, Michelle Saroki, Firyal
Yono and Sharon Zimmerman.

— Joyce Wiswell, managing editor, Chaldean News

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