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September 12, 2013 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-09-12

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Assistance in Living...
ABOVE AND BEYOND

Enjoy friends from the
old neigborhood and
make new friends.

Fleischman Residence/
Blumberg Plaza

6710 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield

Eugene and Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus

7.4

• Personal Care Assistance
• Laundry,
Medication Administration
Housekeeping and
• Health Clinic
Transportation
afe, Secure Environment
• Beauty/Barber Shop
• Complete Kosher Meal Service • Nosh Nook/
Respite Rooms
Gift Shop

40 Years

Luncheon marks anniversary of
NCJW's kosher Meals on Wheels.

dinner) five days a week to those
unable to provide for themselves
Special to the Jewish News
or who have no one to assist them
with
meal preparations. Meals are
osher Meals on Wheels, pro-
prepared
by Morrison Senior Dining
vided by National Council
and
delivered
from the Prentis
of Jewish Women, Greater
Apartments'
kosher
kitchen, super-
Detroit Section (NCJW/Greater
vised
by
the Vaad.
Detroit), celebrated
Meals
are packaged
its 40th anniversary
and
delivered
by volun-
at a luncheon Aug.
teers
of
NCJW/Greater
14 honoring its more
Detroit. Funding is pro-
than 100 volunteers.
vided
by Area Agency on
The event was
Aging
1-B through the
held in the Jewish
Office
of Services to the
Senior Life (JSL)
Aging
and through the
Prentis Apartments
Federal
Older Americans
dining room in Oak
Act
in
compliance
with
Park. Attendees
Title
V
of
the
Civil
included Oak Park
Rights Act of 1964 and
Mayor Marian
participant
donations.
McClellan, NCJW/
The
DeRoy
Testamentary
Greater Detroit
Jenny Solomon with
Foundation
also pro-
President Susan
her certificate for
vides
support
as do
Simon, Jewish
volunteering 40 years for
donors
from
the
com-
Family Service
Meals on Wheels; she will
munity
at
large.
CEO Perry Ohren
be 100 in November.
Jewish Family Service
and Prentis
provides
the intake and
Administrator Judy
casework
services. In the
Rosner.
past
year,
nearly
29,000
meals were
Karen Jackson-Holzhauer of the
delivered
to
159
different
program
Area Agency on Aging 1B presented
participants.
a plaque commemorating the anni-
If you know someone who is in
versary. Meals on Wheels is a non-
need
of meals, call (248) 592-2313
profit program that provides two
for
more
information.
nutritious kosher meals (lunch and

Ariella Shaffren

K



Recreational, Educational, Cultural & Spiritual Programs
Daily, Shabbat and Holiday Services in our Chapel

Immediate Occupanc

For more information contact
Marcia Mittelman at

248-661-1836

www.jsImi.org

Staci Fealk, LMSW, Administrator

a residence of

JEWISH SENIOR LIFE

22

September 12 • 201:

Supported by

The Jewish Federation

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Karen Jackson-Holzhauer, Area Agency on Aging 1-B; Rick Emmer,

director, Meals On Wheels; Judy Rosner, JSL Prentis Apartments
administrator; Oak Park Mayor Marian McClellan; Susan Simon, NCJW/
Greater Detroit president; Perry Ohren, JFS CEO; and Susan Gertner,
NCJW/GDS executive director

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