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Downtown Synagogue Plans $4.5 Million Renovation

With more than $4 million raised so far toward its $4.5 million capital campaign to completely renovate its building on Griswold Street, the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue (IADS) marks its first century in serving Detroit’s Jewish community as it looks ahead to its next.

Meijer Gardens Announces Holocaust Memorial Gift

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park received a gift from the Jewish Federation of Grand Rapids in order to establish the first Holocaust memorial in the city, anchored by Ariel Schlesinger’s "Ways to Say Goodbye."

Family Campaigns to Enhance Dog Park

The Raitts are in the process of raising $10,000 for West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation to purchase and install a bench and permanent shade structure at the dog park in memory of Jane and Stephen Raitt.

Technion MBA Program Honors William Davidson

The Technion has just renamed its MBA program the William Davidson Master of Business Administration Program in honor of the late businessman, basketball Hall of Famer and visionary supporter William “Bill” Davidson.

Tokyo Olympics: All the Jewish Athletes to Watch

There's the fencer looking for redemption, Israel's first Olympic surfer, one of the greatest canoe paddlers of all time, a teen track star para-athlete, and so many more.

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