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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-07-18

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resh Self-Serve Salad
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THE 613th Mitzvah yet?
Here's your chance!

On Monday, September 2, 2013, the West Bloomfield
Sara and Morris Tugnnan Torah Center Congregation
Bais Chabad will be joyously receiving a new Torah
scroll, which will be incomplete in order to allow the
community to acquire a Hebrew letter or a portion of
a Hebrew letter for a nominal donation.

Congregation Bais Chabad
has been serving the Jewish
community in Detroit since
1974 and has served
thousands of families through
classes, services, and social
events for young and old.

To take advantage of this rare opportunity
to do this mitzvah, simply call Rabbi Shneur
Silberberg directly at (248) 207-5513
or visit www.baischabad.com
for details beginning today!

Then join us on Monday, September 2nd
(Labor Day) when we gather at 11:30am,
on the east side of Orchard Lake Road,
just south of Maple Road,
across from the Beaumont Medical Building)
or a community procession, lovingly carrying
this beautiful Torah into its new home at
Congregation Bais Chabad.

#613: Deuteronomy 31:19: You shall write
and 'assess for yourselves the entire Torah.

5595 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan

42 July 18 • 2013

family focus

Make Outdoor
Summer Fitness
A Family Affair


chool's out and children
have plenty of free time
that can either be spent
lounging inside — or, better yet,
outside, making the most of the
season. There are many simple
ways to incorporate fitness into
your family's summer plans while
still having fun together. Here are
some suggestions:

•Lead by example: Simple
activities can go a long way in
teaching the importance of fitness
and increased movement. When
shopping together, take the stairs
instead of the elevator or escalator.
On nice days, park as far away from
building entrances as possible.
Walk and bike to places nearby,
instead of hopping in the car. Little
changes like these will motivate
kids to opt for more active habits
on their own.
• Sign up for a run/walk:
Summer is full of run/walks for
various causes and nonprofit orga-
nizations. Decide together on some
events. 5Ks are perfect for begin-
ners, and you can train together as
a family.
• Liven up chores: Rather than
the typical indoor chores, get your
children involved in outdoor tasks,
such as gardening, raking, push-
mowing and anything that incorpo-
rates some movement.

•Be smart about gifting:

Choose gifts associated with activ-
ity Some practical items disguised
by fun include sports balls and
nets, Frisbees, bicycles, inline
skates and anything that makes
outdoor exercise enjoyable. The
novelty factor of the "new" item
can be a catalyst for getting out-
doors, and it's a convenient way to
be thoughtful while also promoting
physical fitness. Remember to pro-
vide protective equipment such as
helmets, wrist pads or knee pads.
• Take after-dinner walks: Make
this a family tradition. Take several
fast-paced walks around the block
and enjoy being active together
while burning off some dinner
calories. Also look for routes that
offer a combination of inclined and
flat paths, so that strong walkers
are challenged but slower walkers
get a rest.

Suggestions offered by TOPS Club
Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) at
www. tops. org.

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