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Beth Ahm Bible Garden
Is In Full Bloom
The Louis and Fay Woll Memorial
Bible Garden on the campus of
Congregation Beth Ahm in West
Bloomfield is currently in full bloom,
and people are welcome to visit for
learning and reflection. The garden is
open in the summer, fall and spring,
from sunrise to sunset.
Bible gardens usually contain
plants mentioned in the Bible or use
plants to recreate themes from the
Bible. The Woll garden does both and
serves as a place of inner reflection,
education, social and community
gatherings, and as a place to under-
stand and appreciate the beauty of
nature and its connection to the
Jewish people.

The garden was created by Drs.
Douglas and Margo Woll in 2010 to
honor the memory of Doug's parents,
who believed in and exemplified the
principles of goodness, caring and
generosity. The garden was designed
by Gary Roberts of Great Oaks
Landscaping and features ceramic art-
work by Carol Roberts of Tuscon, Ariz.
Group tours can be arranged to
take place any day of the week with
the exception of Shabbat. To tour
the garden, contact Rabbi Steven
Rubenstein at (248) 851-6880, ext. 17,
or email raysteven@cbahm.org.
There is no charge to visit the gar-
den individually or for official group
tours, but donations are welcome to
help its continued maintenance and
enhancement.

J-Cycle III: Bike Tour
Of Jewish N.W. Detroit
Hop on your bicycle and join the
Jewish Historical Society, the Isaac
Agree Downtown Synagogue, the
Reconstructionist Congregation of
Detroit and Hillel Metro Detroit for a
historic ride on Sunday, Aug. 18.
J-cycle is a bicycle tour designed to
celebrate the Jewish history of and the
exciting developments happening in
and around Detroit. Palmer Park will be
the site of the morning kickoff and pic-
nic lunch for the 14-mile, easy-to-ride
route that will include eight docent-
narrated stops.
Cyclists of all abilities will travel
along the tree-lined streets of Sherwood
Forest and see the gardens of two
homes in Palmer Woods. The route
explores the University District and
Bagley School area, past the new
Mumford High School and along the
Avenue of Fashion. Cyclists will also see
the former JCC and former synagogues
such as Temple Israel, Adat Shalom and
Ahavas Achim.
Pre-registration is required. All rid-
ers must wear helmets. Rider check-in
begins at 8:30 a.m. The first groups will
depart at 9 a.m. The cost is $30 adults;
$25 students. A kosher lunch will be
provided in Palmer Park following the
ride.
Pre-register and pre-order your com-

memorative T-shirt at www
michjewishhistory.org or call (248) 432-
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Beth El Names New
Early Childhood Director
Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Township
announces the appointment of Lauren
Blitz as director of its Early Childhood
Center (ECC).
Blitz brings 20
years of experience
in the field. Most
recently, she served
as ECC director
of Gan Shalom at
Congregation Beth
Shalom in Oak Park.
Blitz holds dual
Lauren Blitz
degrees in business
administration and early childhood
development. This summer, she will
complete the Jewish Early Childhood
Education Leadership Institute (JECELI)
program. A 15-month intensive pro-
gram, it focuses on relationships, learn-
ing, intentionality, leadership and com-
munity in Jewish traditions.
Blitz says her goal is to help create an
environment at Temple Beth El's ECC in
which lasting friendships and memo-
ries are made and where the staff will
work together to make a powerful
impact on the future of the Jewish
community.

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