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November 08, 2012 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-11-08

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One generation goes and another generation
comes; but the Earth remains forever.

(Kohelet 1:4)

Hebrew Memorial Park is proud to announce the
opening of our new nature preserve cemetery,
Hebrew Memorial Gardens.
Here, in five acres of pristine woodland, gravesites
will be located in a beautiful green setting defined by
meandering pathways and quiet hollows.
The site has been developed with strict adherance to
both Jewish Law and the certification standards set
forth by the Green Burial Council — an independent,
nonprofit organization focused on protecting our
precious natural areas by encouraging environmentally
responsible burials.
Family circles, companion plots and individual sites
are available. Please contact us for more information.

HEBREW
MEMORIAL
GARDENS

green burials in a
natural forest setting

Hebrew Memorial Gardens is a green, nature preserve located within Beth Moses Cemetery.
www.HebrewMemorial.org I 248-543-1622 F 20711 Masonic Blvd., Roseville, Michigan 48066-1184

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