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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-08-29

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HAVE'YOU COMPLETED
THE 613th Mitzvah
Here's your chance!

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Moriah Swan, 5, of Southfield
gets assistance in decorating a
mosaic bench from artist Darlene
Hermann of Farmington Hills.

Please Join Us
For a Community Procession
Bringing the New Torah Home
to Bais Chabad of West Bloomfield

Sara and Morris Tugman
Bais Chabad Torah Center of West Bloomfield
will be joyously receiving a new Torah scroll,
which is incomplete in order to
allow the community to acquire a
Hebrew letter or a portion of a Hebrew
letter for a nominal donation.

Take Advantage of this Rare
Opportunity to do This Mitzvah.
Call Rabbi Shneur Silberberg
(248) 207-5513
or visit www.baischabad.com

Monday, September 2nd

(Labor Day)

11:30 a.m.

We will meet on Orchard Lake, Just S. of Maple

(Across from the Beaumont Medical Building)

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#613: Deuteronomy 31:19: You shall write
for yourselves this song (the Torah).

5595 West Maple 2
Road,
4 88 5 W 5e 6 st1B 7l0 00mfield, Michigan

Dmitriy Zelmanov of West
Bloomfield helps his daughter
Sasha, 6, across a seesaw.

lot more difficult than it sounds).
Little kids lined up for pony
rides, while everyone stopped at
the petting farm to visit the goats,
sheep, baby cow, chickens and
lambs, many of whom dined con-
tentedly on fresh grass.
Thanks to the Sherrill Berman
Children's Art Fund at the JCC's
Janice Charach Gallery, guests were
able to tie-dye scarves in big buck-
ets of blue, red, green and sunshine
orange and to place pieces of a
mosaic on a bench, which will rest
permanently at the playground.
The mosaic featured a garden
of flowers and a pink-and-purple
butterfly designed by Darlene
Hermann of Farmington Hills, who
patiently helped each child put a bit
of glue on a single glass shape, then
press it into the design.
There was also a water-balloon
toss and a candy raffle, and treats
for everyone, leaving each visitor —
from small children to the residents
of the nearby senior residences —
content and happy.

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From Our Family to Yours

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Shana Tova Umetukah!

"A Good and Sweet Year"

Allen Olender, CIMA
Managing Director-Investment Officer
Certified Investment Management Analyst

Teddie Olender, AAMS
Financial Advisor
Accredited Asset Management Specialist

The Olender Group of Wells Fargo Advisors

31440 Northwestern Hwy, Suite 110, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
248-737-8459 248-737-8477 800-537-4509
al len.olender@wel lsfa rgoadvisors.com
teddie.olender@wellsfargosdvisors.com

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FARGO



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director for the Jewish Community

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JN

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