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Posts Tagged ‘Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network’

Jewelry (a necklace with large beads( by Linda Golden

Art For Good

The annual Jewish Hospice & Chaplaincy Network Art Event keeps on growing. Above: Jewelry by Linda Golden Fran Broder was very close to her late mother-in-law, Dorothy Broder, who taught art and photography at Oak Park High School. After the elderly woman needed placement in a care facility, the family turned to the Jewish Hospice &…

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candles to show mourning and mortality

Petite Essays On Mortality

The following five essays are companions to Stephen Goldman’s eloquent piece on facing the new year with a terminal diagnosis. All five writers have a connection to the Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network. Their topic: Mortality. Follow Your Journey, With Love Oct. 6, 2016, was the worst day of our lives. That’s the day my…

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JHCN pet visit specialist Rosalind Zukowski and her 3-year-old mini labradoodle, Frannie, visit Hilda Bloom

Enriching Lives

Rochel Burstyn Contributing Writer Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network offers programs to bring comfort, joy to those near the end of life. Physical suffering often requires more than just treating physical pain to feel relief, and the Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network (JHCN) takes this understanding to heart. When Carole Jo Lasser, a gifted pianist…

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Sandy and Jim Danto sit with a prized piece by Harvey Littleton, a pioneer in the Glass Art Movement.

Great Glass

Brett Mountain Photographer Habatat Galleries opens its doors for its 46th annual glass invitational — and local collectors open their doors for a peek at how they live with their art. In addition to being brother and sister, Jim Danto and Gail Danto share another strong bond — they are passionate about and collectors of…

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Exterior shot of the ShearWater Apartment Houses in Commerce Township.

Building On A Legacy

Jewish builders and developers continue to innovate in the region. Anyone house hunting today will recognize the phenomenal impact of the many successful Jewish builders and developers in Southeastern Michigan. A great portion of the most coveted homes, condominiums and apartment complexes in the area for more than 70 years are a source of pride…

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Road To Resilience With Sherri Mandell

Author Sherri Mandell brings the healing lessons she’s learning to Detroit.  Resilience, says Sherri Mandell, is not about overcoming grief or trauma but becoming a different person. “We are enlarged, rather than diminished,” she says. She should know. On May 8, 2001, Mandell’s 13-year-old son, Koby, and a school friend were murdered near their home…

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