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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-12-01

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,13151 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park, MI 48237
PH (248) 546-4400

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lb bag

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Oranges

8 oz

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A Sunday evening meeting: Sonia Zawacki, meal coordinator, St. Mary's
Church; unknown camper; Brian Durrance, seated center, MISSION board
secretary; Tate Williams, camper/MISSION member; "Frodo" (former camp-
er); and Peggy Lynch, MISSION board member from St. Mary's Church.

ate from Kellogg Community College
and Western Michigan University.
"I'm no different than you are
Jackie says. "Not too long ago, I was
playing golf next to you at the country
club. But now, due to circumstances
beyond my control, I find myself
homeless."
In the mere four months since her
son dropped her off at the home-
less shelter, Jackie consistently
attends Sunday camp meetings and
has become an active member of
MISSION. Participating in several out-
reach events, she has made a signifi-
cant impact not only among her fellow
campers, but to the larger Ann Arbor
community.
As another Michigan winter
approaches, MISSION and Camp Take
Notice are reaching out to the Jewish

community with a wish list: cold
weather camping gear such as new
and used sleeping bags, tarps, flash-
lights or headlamps with batteries,
1-pound propane canisters and 55-
gallon contractor weight garbage bags.
Cash donations can be made to
MISSION for the benefit of Camp Take
Notice. To find out more, go to
tentcitymichigan.org. If you are
interested in making a contribution
or volunteering your time, contact
missiona2@gmail.com or call (734)
521-TENT.

Kate Miller belongs to Temple Emanu-

El in Oak Park. She graduated from the

University of Michigan and lives in Ann

Arbor, working in academic research while

volunteering her time as a member of the

MISSION Public Relations Committee.

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Apple
Juice

64 oz btl

7.2 oz box

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