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February 16, 2012 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-02-16

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>> ... Next Generation ...

Super

T

he Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit welcomed 194
enthusiastic volunteers for Super Sunday on Jan. 29. The
longstanding event is a community-wide telethon to help further
Federation's fundraising efforts in strengthening the community and
helping those who are in need.
The results are still being tallied, but at Super Sunday's official end-time
Federation welcomed around 800 donors, 140 of which were new. 1

Sunday

Annual Federation Campaign volunteer
telethon gained 140 new donors.

Lauren Feldman Reich

Brandon and Emily Pomish of West Bloomfield

Steve Migliore, Rachel Lachover and Jaimee Wine

Marty and Lindsey Maddin of Huntington Woods

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February 16 * 2012

Rachel Robinson

Jordon Wertheimer of West Bloomfield

Phil Rubin and Brett Koretzky

Volunteers included Rabbi Yisrael Pinson, center, and Benji Rosenzweig, right.

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