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February 27, 2014 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-02-27

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metro >> around town

Sushi And Sake

Aish's third annual

"friend raiser" brings

together people from all

backgrounds.

A

ish hosted its third annual
Sushi and Sake event Feb. 1 as a
"friend raiser" for Aish HaTorah

Detroit.
"Sushi and Sake is a great event, first
and foremost, because it is run by mem-
bers of our community:' says Rabbi
Simcha Tolwin, executive director of Aish
Detroit. "When you come to an event at
the Aish center you will meet people who
you have never seen before; everyone from
all backgrounds can come together and
enjoy each other's company — this is what
makes Aish so special:'
The evening featured a quartet arranged
by Jon Hirsch, crepes, games and an
insane amount of sushi. The event was
attended by 120 people who all braved
snow and cold to make this evening a
great success.

MUM

Danny Klein of Huntington Woods, Brad Schneider of
Berkley and Jeff Shafritz of Huntington Woods with

dealer Jeb Belchinsky

Stacey Block, Huntington Woods; Mary Aaron, Bloomfield Hills;
Jennifer Kriger, Huntington Woods; Estie Tolwin of Aish; Jen
Krieger, Walled Lake; Lisa Knoll, Huntington Woods; and Molly
Schneider, Berkley, all participants on the first Mission of Moms

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Eric and Abby Kushner

Dana Cooper of Huntington Woods and

Lisa Bronstein enjoys a glass of wine at

Stephanie Roseman of West Bloomfield
survey the sushi options.

the event.

Suburban Olympics

Temple Israel hosted a fun Dad's Olympic Night

for fathers and their children.

T

emple Israel in West Bloomfield held a Dad's Olympic Night recently for
families of the Susan and Rabbi Harold Loss Early Childhood Center that
featured activities fit for an Olympian. The children played soccer, lacrosse,
enjoyed a game of life-size bowling, tumbled on the TumbleBus, made first-place
medals and ribbons, and had a wonderful evening with their fathers.



Mallory and Ryan Columbus make a first-place ribbon.
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Hannah and Darren Rodner, Ryan and
Robert Diskin and Brady Winston play
a life-sized game of bowling.

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February 27 • 2014

Jack and Dan Harold play lacrosse.

Floor soccer was one of the activities.

Ethan and Andy Bocknek admire

Ethan's new sports tattoo.

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