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>> cover story
Wedding a Windsorite can be
"the best of both worlds."
Tikkun lam 'Takes A Vil
Ronelle Grier I Contributing Writer
or the first time, the Jewish Historical
Society of Michigan held a historic tour of
Jewish Windsor this summer that attracted
150 people to cross the border and learn more
about Detroit's neighboring Jewish community.
(See accompanying story on page 10).
But many Jews in both cities are quite familiar
with the communities already. Connections forged
years ago resulted in a number of "mixed marriages"
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New Tamarack Camps
village seeks to make the
world a better place.
Leslie Spector I JN Intern
Windsorite Sheldon Jarcaig and his wife, Bethe,
formerly of Southfield, flank their daughters
Devin, Erica and Melanie on a Canadian
Thanksgiving Day visit to the Franklin Cider Mill.
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ikkun olam, the concept of repairing the world,
has become so prevalent in today's society that
Tamarack Camps created a
new village embodying this Jewish
staff outside the
The new Tikkun Olam Village
involves hands-on community ser-
vice, learning about philanthropy,
granting actual funds and being a
"I think this is a great opportunity
for kids going into their junior year of
high school," said Ari Cicurel, Tikkun
Olam supervisor. "You get to learn and
experience many aspects of community service, which is
This was a trial year for Tikkun Olam, which was
only offered to campers first session as an alternative to
Tamarack's Alaska trip. Twenty-five campers signed up,
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