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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-12-12

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"Since graduating from the program, my

company has experienced great growth.

In the last year alone, we have doubled
our school partners and meal production."

- Rhys, President & Founder Red Rabbit

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10,000
small
businesses

YOU BUILT YOUR BUSINESS.
WE'LL HELP YOU GROW IT.

Rhys knew he wanted to grow his company that provides healthy meals to
kids, but didn't know how. Through the 10,000 Small Businesses program he
gained practical business skills that he immediately put into action. Together
with the advice and support of business experts and like-minded small
business owners, Rhys nearly doubled his company's revenue in each of the
last three years. And he is not alone; over half our participants increased their
revenue after graduation.

If accepted to the program, you too will gain access to a world-class business
education and connections to a professional support network at no cost
to you.

Take your business to the next level.

Learn more about 10,000 Small Businesses
in Southeast Michigan at 10KSBDetroit.com

02013 Goldman Sachs. All rights reserved.

LOOKING FOR NEW PARACHAPLAINS!!!

JEWISH SENIOR LIFE PRESENTS THEIR ANNUAL
JEWISH COMMUNITY PARACHAPLAINCY TRAINING PROGRAM

TRAINING FOR NEW PARACHAPLAIN VOLUNTEERS

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17TH, 6:30 - 8:30 P.M.

The Jewish Community Chaplaincy Program provides religious, social, and cultural support and
programs for Jewish residents of non-Jewish care facilities throughout the tri-county area. There are
over 1,000 Jewish residents in over 100 facilities in the tri-county area.

Volunteer Opportunities include, but are not limited to: Friendly visiting, which helps residents
bnow that they are not forgotten but are part of our world, Reminiscence Group participation,
which includes sing-a-longs, Holiday Parcel Delivery, assisting with Oneg Shabbat services and other
various programs.

Speakers for this evening will include Barbra Giles, ISLAssociate Director who will speak about
Jewish fenior Lifes Programs, Residences & fervices

In addition, Carol Rosenberg, Director, Jewish Senior Life Foundation, will welcome us all and
discuss the importance and impact of the Parachaplaincy Volunteer Program in our community,
as well as, Rabbi Dovid Polter and Joanne Kristal highlighting this past year's activities.

Complimentary Dinner will be provided - dietary laws observed

This program will be held at the Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza,
6710 W. Maple Rd., West Bloomfield, MI, (248) 661-2999
(on the Eugene & Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus)

To RSVP, please contact Joanne Kristal, Director of Community Outreach
(248) 592-5035, or ilgristal@islmi.orq

JAI

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