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November 07, 2013 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-11-07

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>> ... Next
Generation ...

Latke
Vodka 9
Coming
Nov. 30

A DIVISION OF LOREE'S CLOSET LLC

elling us your Lululemon is as simple as 1-2-3.

Send us your new or gently used Lululemon— well make you an offer
in the form of cash or a Lululemon gift card, whichever you prefer.

T

hey come for the
latkes and, for sure,
they come for the
music, but most of
all, they come for the fun of the
biggest holiday bash in town.
This is Latke Vodka, hosted by
Federation's NEXTGen Detroit
on the Saturday night following
Thanksgiving.
Now in its ninth year, Latke
Vodka will return to the Royal
Oak Music Theatre from 9 p.m.-2
a.m. on Nov. 30. The headlining
band, Collision Six, will provide a
full evening of entertainment —
with a full bar, delicious latkes
and other kosher holiday fare.
An estimated 1,000 people or
more are expected to attend.
"Latke Vodka is a homecoming
for many, a reunion of friends
and a celebration in its own
right," said Karen Stoller, who
co-chairs the event with Matt
Barker. "For young Jewish adults
in their 20s and 30s, it's a night
to be seen and to network. The
event is also an easy and natural
entry into young Jewish Detroit."
Rachel Wright, NEXTGen
Detroit president, says, "Call
it 'the Detroit effect.' People
here and around the country
are taking notice of the
opportunities, the leadership and
the close-knit ties we have in our
community.
"The fact we continue to
increase our numbers — at
events like Latke Vodka and the
Menorah Lighting Downtown,
reflects the spirit and positive
energy of a new generation
determined to build a vibrant
community and a greater
Detroit."
Tickets are $20 in advance
and $25 at the door. A portion
of the cost of each ticket will
go to the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit's 2013
Annual Campaign to support the
needs of the Jewish community.
Register at www.jewishdetroit.
org/latke.
The time is now to build the
buzz. Go to NEXTGen Detroit's
Facebook page and like,
comment and share ... And be
sure to attend.



For more information visit webuylulu.com or email us at info@webuylulu.com

2013 CAMPER/STAFF
REUNION

CAMP MAAS
TIKKUN OLAM

EARLY BIRD
REGISTRATION

NEW DAY,
NEW LOCATION!

A combination of camp
activities and 'hands-on'
community projects

SAVE $500!
Apply by November 30

Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, November 28
1-3 p.m.

Adat Shalom Synagogue
29901 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills



Reunite with staff and friends



Music, singing and dancing

• Games and snacks

• Be a camper for the last time!

Hurry - space is limited

Travel Trips and Tikkun Olam excluded

tamarackcamps.com/camperforms

• Includes a special zip lining trip

LEARN ABOUT
CAMP MAAS

Informational Meeting

for campers entering 10-11th grade
and their parents

Thursday, November 21
7:30 p.m.

Bloomfield Hills Office
6735 Telegraph Road Suite 380

Informational Meeting

for parents and new campers
entering 2nd-9th grade

Thursday, November 14
5:30 p.m.

Bloomfield Hills Office

6735 Telegraph Road, Suite 380, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301 • www.tamarackcamps.com • 248.647.1100

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