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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-12-26

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metro >> on the cover / year in review

Jewish Detroit 2013 from page 8

MARCH - MAY

JUNE

Left: The IADS before
graffiti was removed with
funds from its Make It
History capital campaign

Below left: Guests at
JFS' 85th anniversary
celebration created a

mural representing JFS
programs and services.

Below: Hundreds of
walkers began their walk

by going through an
arch of blue and white
balloons at the annual
Walk For Israel.

Above: Volunteers helped to build the new Community Recreation
Park at the Oak Park JCC.

Left: Singing "We
Shall Overcome" at

an event marking the
50th anniversary of
the Detroit "Walk to
Freedom" are, from
right, Rev. Kenneth
Flowers, Temple Beth
El's Rabbi Daniel Syme

and a visiting minister

from Houston, Texas.

APRIL 2013

Adat Shalom Cantor Daniel Gross inside

Detroit's Orchestra Hall, where his new
cantata premiered April 7

Choral Cantata

Cantor Daniel Gross of Adat Shalom
Synagogue in Farmington Hills' choral
cantata I Believe — A Shoah Requiem
debuted at Orchestra Hall to a capacity
crowd. The cantata was a musical liturgy
he composed for cantors, soloists and
choruses dedicated to the observance of
Yom HaShoah.

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MAY 2013

JUNE 2013

JULY 2013

Walk/Run for Israel

School Standoff

City On The Edge

Israeli flags and positive energy filled the
air as more than 1,600 members of the
Metro Detroit Jewish community partici-
pated in the eighth annual Walk for Israel
at Temple Shir Shalom in West Bloomfield
in celebration of Israel's 65th anniversary.

The long-simmering conflict involv-
ing Frankel Jewish Academy in West
Bloomfield and some parents, rabbis and
community leaders who felt the Jewish
high school is becoming less inclusive con-
tinued this summer as a legal complaint
was filed seeking to compel the board to
release information; it was later
withdrawn. Community leaders
continue working toward a com-
promise related to the school's
hiring policy for its Judaic
Studies department. The dis-
agreement remains unresolved.

Detroit's Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr
files bankruptcy on July 18. Jewish resi-
dents of Detroit react to the news with
many sharing the views of Jake Cohen, a
partner at Detroit Venture Partners, who
said, "The bankruptcy is a much-needed
chance for a fresh start!'

25th
Anniversary
Temple Shir Shalom
in West Bloomfield
celebrated its silver
anniversary with
a fundraiser at the
synagogue. The syna-
gogue has grown to
950 families from its
original 30.

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Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz carries
a Torah during
a march to the
new Shir Shalom
building in 1995.

JFS Celebrates
85 Years
Nearly 300 people
came out to help
Jewish Family Service
celebrate its 85th anniversary at the
Berman Center for the Performing Arts
at the West Bloomfield JCC where a video
provided a historical overview of JFS pro-
grams over the past 60 years.

The Oak Park Jewish
Community Center's new
Community Recreation Park
opened June 24, thanks to gen-
erous donors and community
volunteers who helped build it.

50 Years Later

The Jewish community helped commemo-
rate the anniversary of Detroit's Walk to
Freedom with Rev. Martin Luther King
Jr. at the 2013 Walk For Freedom down
Woodward Avenue and at other Detroit
events.

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Jake Cohen of Detroit Venture Partners
views Downtown from the Compuware
Building.

Jewish Detroit 2013 on page 12

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