Shabbat Message for February 6

February 6, 2015 | Roz Blanck

Hopefully everyone has dug themselves out from underneath all this snow! The last time Detroit had this much snow all at once was on December 1 & 2 in 1974. Fun Fact: During the 1974 storm, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Deputies used snowmobiles to deliver three women in labor to their hospitals. Those children just turned 40. What was Women’s Philanthropy doing in 1974? Here are a couple of pictures we found in our archives with the help of Robbie Terman:

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