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December 05, 2013 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-12-05

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>> ... Next Generation ...

Mega-Party
T

More than 1,000 turn out
for ninth Latke Vodka.

his past Saturday was a night for the history
books as Latke Vodka drew the largest
crowd in its nine-year history. "LV9," a
party put on by the Jewish Federation's
NEXTGen Detroit, brought more than 1,000 Jewish
Detroiters in their 20s and 30s to the Royal Oak Music
Theatre for spirits, latkes and a wild night of fun.
Old friends were reunited, new friends were made,
and everyone enjoyed amazing food, dancing, a high-
energy performance by the band Collision Six and
a beautiful menorah lighting for the fourth night of
Chanukah.
"The music was fantastic and the energy of over a
thousand young Jews getting together to connect was
great," said Karen Stoller, Latke Vodka co-chair.
Fellow co-chair Matt Barker adds, "This year's Latke
Vodka was better than we expected, and I am so glad
the Detroit Jewish community has an event like this for
young adults."
Stay up to date on other NEXTGen events here:
www.facebook.com/NextGenD . ❑

Rebbecca Sternberg of Bloomfield Hills, Evyatar Ben Avi of Israel,
Sam Appel of Huntington Woods, Ariel Feldman of Farmington Hills

and Josh Sternberg of Bloomfield Hills

Danielle Sigler of Huntington Woods, Yael
Aviv of Southfield, Lesley Welwarth of
Southfield, Rachel Lory of West Bloomfield
and Lisa Glazer of Farmington Hills

1141
/ —4.111
Livi Strauss from Houston and
NEXTGen Detroit President Rachel
Wright from Birmingham

Stacey Raznick and Sarah Elbaum, both of
Bloomfield Township, and Marla Kaminsky and
Francie Kronenberg, both of West Bloomfield

David Einhorn of Oak Park and Joanne
Alvin of Royal Oak

Jessica Edmondson of Oak Park, Alyssa McMillan of West
Bloomfield, Rose Partrich of Birmingham, Sara Goodman

of Huntington Woods and Makeia Fullwood of Ypsilanti

PM.

December 5 • 2013

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