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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-11-24

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• Next Generation

The JN's new section focuses on what young professionals are
doing in Metro Detroit. See page 28.

» Looking For Interns

Giving students work experience in hopes they choose Metro
Detroit after graduation. See page 42.

» Teens In Action

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AIPAC high school summit in Washington gives students skills to
advocate for Israel. See page 47.

>> cover story

Helping The Homebound

Kosher Meals on Wheels volunteers are as thankful as those who receive.

Keri Guten Cohen I Story Development Editor

The 2012
Jewish Vote

Two experts don't see

a party realignment.

Though support for President
Obama is waning - among Jews, a
pair of political scientists tell an
Adat Shalom audience that Jews
primarily vote as Democrats –
and they don't see that changing
significantly.
The experts also predicted that
Israel would not be a significant
factor in the Jewish vote next
year.

Meals on Wheels volunteer

Sarah Waldshan, right, makes

a delivery to Sylvia Kinzer of

West Bloomfield.

or 38 years, volunteers with the kosher Meals on
Wheels program have packed and delivered two meals
each weekday to homebound seniors and those with
disabilities unable to cook for themselves.
The volunteers, many in their 80s, are so committed to doing
this mitzvah each week that nothing stops them — not even
blizzards and driveways buried under snow.
"What keeps me going are my volunteers," said Janelle Miller,

1942 - 2011

Covering and
Connecting
Jewish Detroit
Every Week

CONTINUED ON PAGE 8

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Photos by Jason Lou de rm il k

SEE STORY ON PAGE 16

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