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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-05-01

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Rachael Vettese

came to Kalamazoo
College from West
Bloomfield seeking a Jewish

Event chairs Jennifer Freedland

and Jennifer Weinstein

experience and from speaking
with other shop owners, it's
hard to get out there and
really be noticed on Etsy. I've
researched other shops that
make similar products to
mine, and I've found a lot of
people who sell hair ties but
they're usually not decorated,
so I think it's a special idea
that not a lot of people know
about yet."
Aside from Etsy, Cole said
that, as the weather turns
warmer, craft fairs will start
kicking up, and she wants to
get involved with selling at
some local shows.
As Hugga keeps growing,
Cole said, "Basically I'm just
working on continuing to
come up with new ideas.
Every day after work, I
research ideas and look at
supplies — it's essentially like a
second job. It's something that
I never thought I would love,
but it gives me something to
focus on, and it's relaxing to
put my mind to that one task.
"It makes my mind happy
to be creative, plus I have the
freedom to be my own boss
and choose what I want to do
and what I want to make."
Stephanie, who is a past
member of Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield, has made
some Jewish hair ties and
currently has a hamsa bead
hair tie in her shop.
Looking back on the
progress she's made so far
this year, Cole said, "I think
what's most surprising is
that things truly do fall into
place. This whole idea and
how it formed, I think, was
truly meant to be. Things
just happen and you should
embrace it, so I'm just going
with it and loving it."



Check out Hugga products at www.
etsy.com/shop/HuggaTies and at
www.facebook.com/HuggaTies.

Adat Shalom Sisterhood
Plans "Ooh La La!" Event
The Sisterhood of Adat Shalom in
Farmington Hills presents "Ooh La La! A
Parisian Extravaganza" — a day of food
and fun with a French flair on Tuesday,
May 13.
Sisterhood's annual Donor Day begins at
10 a.m. with an array of unique shopping
boutiques and coffee and breakfast treats
from the Patisserie.
A noon luncheon catered by Epic
Kosher Catering will be followed by a
Somerset Collection Fashion Show by
To-Doh! Productions with the latest fash-
ion trends.
The event is chaired by Jennifer
Freedland of West Bloomfield and Jennifer
Weinstein of Bloomfield Township.
"We are thrilled to feature clothes we can
actually wear and purchase at Somerset,"
said Weinstein. "We invite the community
to come and enjoy a fun day."
Sponsorship donations begin at $54 for
the day. For information, call (248) 851-
5100.

Now, as a junior, she's found "so
much more."

"I have received personal attention from
all of my professors and have taken courses
across various disciplines. I love that I was able

Outside the classroom, Rachel has been
a resident assistant, student chaplain,
and a teacher's assistant for a
developmental psychology course
in which she organized a
co-authorship project at a
local elementary school.

"I love being at a school where
so many opportunities
are available to students,"

During her senior
year, Rachael will
write her Senior

Individualized
Project and look

Her advice for
prospective students,
"Come in with

Quicken Loans Seeks
1,000 Summer Interns
For the second year in a row, Quicken
Loans announced plans to hire more than
1,000 paid summer interns in Detroit.
More than 13,000 resumes have already
come in from all corners of the country.
The culture and organizational structure
of Quicken Loans puts its interns on the
same level as any other team member, lead-
ing to a robust, hands-on experience.
Details about the internship and online
applications can be found at www.
quickenloanscareers.com/about/
internship-program.

Business Bridge Hosts
Israeli Economic Consul
Yariv Becher, consul for economic affairs
of Israel's economic mission to the
Midwest, will speak at the Michigan Israel
Business Bridge's Young Professional net-
working event on Thursday, May 15, at
4:30-6:30 pm.
The program is being held at Brinks,
Gilson and Lione, which is located at 300
River Place, Detroit. Josh Bloom of Ann
Arbor and Adam Finkel of Bloomfield Hills
are the chairmen for the program.
The program is open to young profes-
sionals in Southeast Michigan and mem-
bers of the Michigan Israel Business Bridge.
Those registered by May 9 will have the
option to tour the U.S. Patent Office at 4
p.m. To register, go to www.bit.ly/MIBB-
yp2014 . For information call the Michigan
Israel Business Bridge office at (248) 642-
1701 or email info@michiganisrael.com .

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