Shabbat Message for October 31

October 31, 2014 | Roz Blanck

Robbie Terman, the Director of our Leonard N. Simons Jewish Community Archives, held an open house on the third floor of the Max M. Fisher Building. We quickly spotted the display she had of Women’s Philanthropy memorabilia. The staff (like our own Toni Hayes, pictured below) enjoyed taking a quiz, entering a raffle contest and hearing some incredible stories about our community’s rich history. One marketing piece read “As any housewife knows, it’s working together that actually gets things accomplished. That’s why in Detroit, one central organization, the Jewish Welfare Federation, does the social planning, budgeting and fundraising for the entire Jewish community.”

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