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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-09-08

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"I am so happy I made the decision to have Town
Tub Coin Laundry dean the kids' clothes this year.
Everything is done, perfect and completely
organized. I sorted it and put it all away in about
15 minutes. I will never wash camp clothes again."
Ellyn Davidson


"Thanks for being there for
all us moms and dads! You rock!"
Melissa Kaplan Sheperd-


"Dropped off two filthy duffles full of camp clothes
at Town Tub Coin Laundry at 10 p.m. last night
and Nick dropped the clean clothes off at my
house at 1 p.m. today with a smile.
Awesome service—money well spent."
Karen Sosnick Schoenberg-


"Town Tub Coin Laundry is the miracle I didn't
know I needed. When my son came home from
camp, the smell from wet, old, dirty, hot clothes
seeped out of his duffle and brought tears to my
eyes. I zipped ft right back up and let Town Tub
drive it away. Within 24 hours, I had the entire
duffle back on my doorstep clean, dry and folded.
I'm a happy camper!"
-Stacey Francis, D.C.


"I just wanted to tell you that it's rare to find a
small business owner who is not only personable,
kind and available, but who goes over and beyond
to get any job done well and in record time.
Thank you, Nick!"
-Ellory Zamler-

"Best money ever spent!!!
All I had to do was put it away. Thank you!!!"
Hayley Warren


"We were thrilled with how clean, neatly folded
and organized everything was...Everything
smelled beautiful. This was the best money spent
this summer. I would definitely use them again
and recommend them to all my friends."
-Norma Dorman-


"The laundry fairy came and made all the dirty
yucky camp clothes nice and clean!
Thanks Nick and Town Tub!"
-Kristine Miller-

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Thanks to all of our camp families!
It was a pleasure to serve you!
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Individual Medals
athletes won medals in five
individual sports at the Springfield
Maccabi Games.
The group included golfers Sean
Wigler and Ami Zuroff, bowlers
Batsheva and Shlomo Honig and
Stanley Wolf, swimmers Melissa Berlin
and Gabriel Mann, table tennis play-
ers Ryan Martin and Max Olson, and
track athlete Lorne Newhouse.

Coach Sybil Offen and Detroit

Delegation Head Harold Friedman

are flanked by Maccabi bowlers

Batsheva Honig, Stanley Wolf and

Shlomo Honig.


•Assistance with transportation,
paying bills, making appts
• Companionship and emotional support
Available 24 hrs. 7 days per week


Maccabi rookie and self-proclaimed
Chinese food connoisseur Katie Miller
of Detroit described connecting with
the New York girls as "pure serendip-
ity." Her efficient passing on the court
contributed to the team's success.
Returning Detroit captain Sammi
Goldsmith made several seemingly
impossible saves, and Detroit's Caroline
Sucher blasted a batch of service aces.
Erin Graub, Aurora Newman and
Lenie Siegel completed the Detroit
contingent, and Lauren Hendel, Jenny
Kreinik, Andrea Mosk and Molly
Sullivan represented Mid-Westchester.

Cagers Reach Quarterfinals
The odds were stacked against the
undermanned Detroit 16U boys
basketball team at the Philadelphia
Maccabi Games, but it made it all the
way to the quarterfinals.
"We only had seven players, but
the team worked hard and competed
strongly:' said Coach Steve Weiss. "I
was very proud of their effort."
Ben Greene, Brad Sloan, Eric Weiss
and Max Weiss carried the offensive
load for Detroit and Jake Feldman pro-
vided strong rebounding and defense.
Michael Langwald and Hunter Strager
contributed off the bench.

Melissa Berlin

Gabriel Mann

Kickoff Time For JFL
There's still time to join the Jewish
Football League for its fall season,
which will kick off Sunday, Sept. 11.
Games will be played from 9-10
a.m. Sundays at Soccer Soccer in
Farmington Hills. A seven-week regu-
lar season will be followed by two
weeks of playoffs.
Jewish men age 30 and older of all
athletic abilities can play in the flag
football league. A registration fee cov-
ers the cost of fields and trophies.
For information on playing in the
league and sponsoring a team, send an
email to Adam Ellis at oneadamse@
aol.com. II

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