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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Give Tornado Aid
Through JFNA's
Central Address
The Jewish Federations of North
America (JFNA), the national par-
ent organization of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
is facilitating a way to gather aid
from across the Jewish community
for victims of the devastating torna-
do that tore through the Oklahoma
City suburb of Moore, killing and
injuring many people, and leaving a
wide path of destruction.
JFNA has opened a mailbox to
support relief efforts of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Oklahoma
City. One hundred percent of
funds donated will go to the local
Federation and its relief efforts on
the ground.
"Our hearts go out to all those
who were in the path of this disas-
ter and who are grieving the loss
of their loved ones," said Michael
Siegal, chair of the JFNA board of
trustees. "This was a terrible trag-
edy. The destruction of an elemen-
tary school filled with students and
teachers was especially painful?'
To donate online, go to http://bit.
ly/la2e2TR. To mail your donation,
address it to the JFNA Oklahoma
City Tornado Relief Fund, care
of Jewish Federations of North
America, Wall Street Station, PO
Box 157, New York, NY 10268.
B'nai B'rith International, too, is
collecting funds to help Oklahoma
victims through its Flood, Tornado
and Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund.
Call (800) 573-9057 to make a credit
card contribution over the phone
or send a check payable to the B'nai
B'rith Disaster Relief Fund to B'nai
B'rith International, Flood, Tornado
and Hurricane Disaster Relief
Fund, 2020 K St. NW, 7th Floor,
Washington, DC 20006.

JSL Auxiliary
To Explore
Detroit History
Want a morning full of Detroit his-
tory, great art and Motown music
topped off by a fabulous lunch at the
Rattlesnake Club? Just hop on the
bus!
Jewish Senior Life Auxiliary will
present "Arts and Eats to a Motown
Beat" from 8:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6. The event adds
fun to formality, as the 88th instal-
lation of auxiliary officers will take
place alongside a full docket of
sightseeing, music and good food,
says Judy Dunn, auxiliary coordina-
tor.
This year's trip will include
the Red Bull House of Art and

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the Motown Museum Home of
Hitsville, U.S.A. to take in the
current exhibit of "Girl Groups: The
Grit, The Glamour, The Glory" about
groups like the Supremes and the
Vandellas.
Linda Yellin of Feet on the Street
Tours will conduct the bus tour,
connecting participants to Detroit's
art and culture in new and imagina-
tive ways.
The Jewish Senior Life Auxiliary
raises money to support quality
of life at JSL residences for social,
recreational and holiday activities.
The auxiliary's signature fundraiser
is the W.J. & Lillian Kemler Walk of
Ages event in August.
The auxiliary supports special
musical events, the Nosh Nook and
gift shop, supplies flowers for holi-
days at JSL and also acts as the "wel-
come wagon" for all new JSL resi-
dents. The auxiliary began in 1925,
and is operated with the help of vol-
unteers who are vital for the quality
of life for older adults served.
Tickets cost $75 for "Arts and Eats
to a Motown Beat?' including the bus
tour, lunch and installation at the
Rattlesnake Club in Detroit. The
event is open to the public.
The bus departs from Einstein
Brothers Bagels at 12 Mile and
Orchard Lake Road around 9
a.m. and will return after 3
p.m. Interested? Contact Judy Dunn,
(248) 661-2969 or auxiliary@jslmi.
org.

Prom For Ill Teens

Wish Upon A Teen will host Metro
Detroit teens at their "Evening of
Dreams... Where Wishes Come True"
prom event, sponsored by DMC
Children's Hospital of Michigan,
on June 8 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the
Ronald McDonald House of Detroit,
3911 Beaubien.
"Evening of Dreams" is targeted
at teens ages 13 to18 who have life-
threatening/chronic illness or injury.
Attendees will be pampered with
free hair and make-up services, pro-
vided with food and a photography
session.
"Prom is such a milestone in teen-
ager's lives, and we want to make
sure that these teens will experience
it," says Michelle Soto, Wish Upon A
Teen founder and president. "We are
so happy to have dynamic organiza-
tions collaborate with us on making
this event a success?'
Pre-registration is required. Teens
can RSVP at http://wishprom-eorg.
eventbrite.com or (248) 792-2938.
There is no fee to attend; however
space is limited.

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