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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-05-29

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JEFF BARKER

BEST OF

HOUR

DETROIT

VOTED BEST REALTOR BY HOUR DETROIT
248.425.6000

$2.00 MAY 29-JUNE 4, 2014 / 29 IYAR-6 SIVAN 5774

theJEWISHNEWS.com

A JEWISH RENAISSANCE MEDIA PUBLICATION

THIS
ISSUE

RED EIRE

» Biblical Trailblazer Scholar Robert Alter to share
his vision of the Bible at local events. See page 14.

maaazine

He. h & W• Ilness

» Fresh Food Pantry Forgotten Harvest pairs with
Temple Israel to provide food for needy. See page 19.

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

metro

» Starring Seth Sirius Radio's Broadway expert to
perform with Patti LuPone at the Berman. See page 50.

Donna Diem and her son, Joshua, of
Royal Oak ready food for the needy.

>> cover story

Pride In
Israel

Walk for Israel draws
record crowd for
show of support.

Keri Guten Cohen

I

Story Development Editor

t's like a family reunion with the
whole Jewish community ... No
matter how it was expressed, this
sentiment was heard from many par-
ticipants at the annual Walk for Israel
May 18 at Temple Shir Shalom in West
Bloomfield.
With an estimated record crowd of
nearly 1,800 people, it's easy to see why.
Everywhere you turned, people were

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Jewish contributors founded
and are sustaining the historic
Belle Isle Aquarium.

Barbara Lewis I Contributing Writer

Amy Cutler, holding Sparky, and her
grandchildren Emma and Lexi show

their Israeli spirit.

Printed In

Michigan

1942 - 2014

Covering and
Connecting
Jewish Detroit
Eve y Week

T

Dedicated
here's something fishy about
volunteer
Jennifer
Detroit's Jewish history.
Boardman inside
Detroit's Belle Isle Aquarium
the Belle Isle
was conceived by a Jewish Detroiter,
David Heineman, and designed by anoth- Aquarium designed
by Albert Kahn
er, Albert Kahn. Now a suburban Jewish
woman has spearheaded a volunteer
effort to revitalize the century-old aquatic
museum.
Jennifer Boardman visited the aquarium for the first time in
2002 and fell in love.
"I grew up in West Bloomfield, but I'd never been to Belle
Isle said Boardman, who now lives in Lathrup Village. "When
I walked into the aquarium I felt it was a magical place. I
couldn't understand why it wasn't being promoted more active-
ly."
She began taking her daughter, Brooke, then 2, to Belle Isle
almost every weekend. The aquarium was a favorite spot.
Three years after her first visit, Boardman was listening to

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