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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-08-22

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Meet Dana Applebaum
Returning from Chicago a few years
ago, with a second child in tow, Dana
and her husband decided that Detroit
was a pretty amazing place to be from
and wanted that experience and quality
for her kids.
"It's the little things, you know, like
beloved apple orchards and big family
barbeques. They suddenly come into
focus as big things when you don't have
access to them. My husband also hap-

pens to be a mechanical engineer, so
naturally the Motor City is a perfect fit:'
After a six-year stint at home with
her family, Dana recently joined
Federation as NEXTGen Detroit's mar-
keting associate. "It's an exciting time
to be in Detroit. Coming off of a really
hard economic time, we are on the
upswing. There is a palpable energy in
our city. As every proud Detroiter will
tell you, we are a city of infinite pos-
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Meet Bryan Fenster
With a passion for social media,
community engagement and strong
family ties in Detroit, Bryan and his
wife, Cara, moved back from Chicago
nearly two years ago. As founder of
DetroitNation in Chicago, Bryan found
a natural fit for his talents as a sto-
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where he now plays a key role in
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means everything to us now, especially
as new parents. The thought of my
daughter growing up here inspires me
to continue to do my part; to engage
NEXTGen and beyond in making our
suburb, our town, our city, the place
we all want it to be.
"Everyone has something to offer
and that's what makes this place a city
like no other. Heart and soul. To my
brothers and sisters living elsewhere:
Detroit is still kickin' out the jams.
Come rock with us."

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