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April 12, 2012 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-04-12

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life cycles

Maxbauer-Hollander

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Registration opens at 11:45 am
Program will run 12:00 - 4:30 pm
for all 6th - 12th graders

r. Jay and Jill Hollander of
Orchard Lake are thrilled to
announce the engagement of
their daughter Rachel Nina Hollander to
Reuben Asher Maxbauer, son of Terri and
Rob Roth of Farmington Hills, and Leo
and Jeanne Maxbauer of New York.
Rachel earned her bachelor of arts in
psychology at the University of Michigan
and her master's degree in speech-
language pathology from Northwestern
University. She is a speech-language
pathologist at Beaumont Hospital in
Royal Oak.
Reuben earned his bachelor of arts in economics at the University of
Michigan. He is a manager in the international division of the Edward C. Levy
Co. in Dearborn.
An October wedding is planned at The Henry in Dearborn.

Drop off and Pick up:
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

Miller 50th

Community Wide Teen
Volunteer Day!
Sunday, April 22

Pre-Registration Required
For More Information
www.jservedetroitorg

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M

arlene and Mel Miller will
celebrate 50 wonderful years
of marriage on April 15 in
Boca Raton, Fla. Happy anniversary wish-
es and love are sent from Jeff, Kristine,
Rachel and Sasha, Stuart, Sarah, Jenna,
Joey and Jake.

Projects include (not limited to):
Gardening•Interaction with senior adults
Cleaning & painting
Hunger Seder at Vad Ezra •JARC
Downtown Detroit Projects

Questions:

Katie Fried
MVO
248-432-5685,
kfried@bbyo.org

Jodi Gross
Adat Shalom
248.-626-2153,
jgross@adatshalom.org

J-Serve is a community wide initiative thanks to:

Adat Shalom Synagogue, Akiva Hebrew Day School, ATID: Alliance
for Teens in Detroit, BBYO, BBYO Connect, B'nai Israel Synagogue,
Boy Scout Troop 364, Congregation Beth Ahm, Congregation Beth
Shalom, Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Congregation Shir Tikvah,
Detroit Jewish News, Frankel Jewish Academy, Habonim Dror, HiIlel
Day School, JARC, Jewish Coalition for Service, JCC, Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
Jewish Parents Institute, NCSY, NFTY, Motor City USY, Repair the
World, Summer in the City, Tamarack Camps, Temple Beth El,
Temple Israel, Temple I(oI Ami, Temple Shir Shalom, and The Shul

Supported by grants from PANIM and
the Stephen H. Schulman Millennium Fund

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Schussler 90th

heila Schussler of Farmington cel-
ebrated her 90th birthday on March
8 at a luncheon hosted by her
children. She was lovingly surrounded by
her nine grandchildren and their spouses,
and 18 great-grandchildren. She expressed
heartfelt thanks to her family and friends
who shared this special time and for the
meaningful and generous donations in her
honor.

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