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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-08-16

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JEWISH
WOMEN'S

Pease join the Jewish Women's Foundation andits

2012

Grantees for the

13H ANNUAL OPEN MEETING

FOUNDATION

of the

Of METROPOLITAN DURO

Enhancing the Lives of Jewish Women

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Jewish Women 's Foundation

Presentation and Acceptance of 2012 Grant Awards
Bat Mitzvah Celebration

of Metropolitan Detroit

is dedicated to expanding

opportunities and enriching the

with Guest Speaker

lives of Jewish women and girls

JOCELYN BENSON

through strategic grant

making and education.

Associate Professor of Law, Wayne State University

The Foundation empowers its

Trustees as philanthropists, social

advocates and leaders.

"VOTING: WOMEN, POWER AND SOCIAL CHANGE"
weinesday, sefiftemger 12) 2012
9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
The Community House • 38o S. Bates Street • Birmingham
Complimentary Continental Breakfast - dietary laws observed • Complimentary Valet Parking

Reservations Required

REGISTER ONLINE

RSVP BY SEPTEMBER 10, 2012

OR CH IVE A GIFT

TO CELEBRATE 3'147F'S

TOR INFORMATION:

`BAT MITZVAH

(248) 203-1483 OR T - MAIL`KATZ@JFMD.ORG

jewishdetroit.org/jwf

RESIDENTIAL CARE

a residence of

JEWISH SENIOR LIFE

for those with memory impairments
and/or dementia related disorders

Dorothy and Peter D. Brown Memory Care Pavilion

6710 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield,

Eugene and Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus

Safe, secure and supportive environment with activities
and programs specially designed to encourage resident
socialization, stimulation, autonomy and self expression.

• Furnished and unfurnished suites available
• Nutritious Kosher meals and snacks
Private spa bathing
• Specially trained staff and 24-hour nursing care
• Respite care

IMMEDIATE OCCUPAN

For more information, ( (Ill One Number •

248-661-1836

Tracey Proghovnick, LMSW, Director of Information and Referral

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WWW.)S in .org

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Federation
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August 16 . 2012

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