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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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"Give N' Get' Sales
Aid Friendship Circle
On Thursday-Friday, Aug. 18-19,
more than 25 stores along Orchard
Lake Road will donate a percentage
of their sales to Friendship Circle of
West Bloomfield.
On Sunday, Aug. 21, Fringe Salon
will host a "cut-a-thon" and Real
Ryder Revolution will host a three-
hour charity bike ride. Both business-
es will donate all of Sunday's profits
to Friendship Circle.
Bassie Shemtov, director of
Friendship Circle, says, "We are com-
pletely overwhelmed by the number
of businesses who are supporting us:'
In addition to the shopping on
Thursday and Friday, Friendship Circle
will coordinate children's activities and
entertainment at all four locations:
West Bloomfield Plaza, Boardwalk,
Fringe Salon and Orchard Mall.
To view a list of the participating
stores, their donation percentage and
to view updates and special offers for
Give N' Get, visit the events tab on
www.Facebook.com/FCMichigan and
click on "Give N' Get."
For information, contact Bassie
Shemtov, (248) 788-7878, ext. 212 or
Bassie@FriendshipCircle.org .

Adat Shalom Slates
'Shabbat In The Park'
A "Shabbat in the Park" service and
picnic dinner, open to the com-
munity, will begin at 5:45 p.m. on
Friday, Aug. 19. Sponsored by Adat
Shalom Synagogue, the service will

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be held at Drake Sports Park in West
Bloomfield.
This casual family Shabbat experi-
ence is designed for families with
young children. They will welcome
Shabbat with music, stories and
blessings. Cantor Dan Gross, Rabbi
Rachel Shere and Dan Shere will lead
the service.
The service will be followed by
a BYOP (Bring Your Own Picnic)
dinner. Adat Shalom will provide
drinks and dessert. Reservations are
requested. Call the synagogue office
or email info@adatshalom.org .

Volunteers Needed
For Arts, Beats & Eats
The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit has once again
partnered with Arts, Beats & Eats,
which again will share a portion
of admission proceeds with the
Federation and other area non-
profits. This will contribute to 2011
fundraising efforts to meet the needs
of the community.
The Jewish community is commit-
ted to providing volunteers to work
one shift during the four-day week-
end festival. Needed are 37 volunteers
for a shift from 1:30-8 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 4. Volunteers will receive a free
all-day access pass to the festival for
the entire weekend along with a park-
ing pass for their shift day, breaks
and free meal tickets during their
shifts. Volunteers must be a mini-
mum of high school senior age.

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Ride Your Bike Through
Historic Jewish Detroit
The Jewish Historical Society
of Michigan, the Isaac Agree
Downtown Synagogue and the
Reconstructionist Synagogue of
Detroit are holding J-Cycle, the
JHSM's first annual bike tour of
Jewish Detroit.
On Sunday, Aug. 21, cyclists
will be led through the streets of
Detroit for a morning of cycling,
learning and bonding. The 15-mile
tour, which features nine stops
where docents will be giving five-
minute history talks, starts from
the new Milliken State Park on the
Detroit River, along the Riverwalk
and through the Dequindre Cut.
The tour includes stops at the
Hank Greenberg statue at Comerica
Park, the United Hebrew School
building, built in 1922, the new
Moishe House on Ferry Street and
the Oakland Avenue Schvitz. Other
stops include the Ford Piquette
Street Plant, Max Jacob's 19th-cen-

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tury home on the campus of Wayne
State University and the Isaac Agree
Downtown Synagogue.
A picnic will follow the event.
Check-in begins at 8 a.m. on Aug.
21 at Milliken State Park (1900
Atwater Street), and the first group
of riders will leave by 8:30 a.m.
followed by subsequent groups at
10-minute intervals. Bike tour is
$20 per person; picnic $15. Register
at www.michjewishhistory.org .
Limited bike rentals are available
through Wheelhouse Detroit. You
must reserve in advance by calling
(313) 656-4253.

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