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Posts Tagged ‘special needs’

handmade abstract clock with a triangle, rhombus, and two circles on it made by Danielle Rahmoloer

Small Wonders

Holiday shoppers will find All the Small Things at Soul Studio’s annual gift show. Robin Schwartz Contributing Writer They say big things come in small packages and that’s certainly true at the Friendship Circle Farber Center in West Bloomfield. The Dresner Foundation Soul Studio recently unveiled its annual holiday gift show filled with colorful, creative,…

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Randi Schreiber making art with her children, Josh and Hannah

Sibling Social To Honor Mom

From the JN Staff Professionally, Randi Schreiber was a physician assistant specializing in pediatrics; but personally, she loved creating art. After Schreiber passed away in August 2016 at age 45, her family began searching for a meaningful way to honor her memory. “Randi always loved being around children,” recalled her mom, Susan Gartenberg. “Beginning when…

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Chaim Cohen with daughters Basya and Yehudis

Team TAV

Orthodox team set to run event as fundraiser. Rochel Burstyn Contributing Writer A new team has hit the ground running. Rochel Leah Black of Southfield became a runner nine years ago. Some energetic friends raved about running; they seemed healthy and happy, so she decided to try it. She instantly loved it, finding running to…

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The Maccabeats in New York City. Julian Horowitz is on the far right.

They’ve Got The Beat

The Maccabeats bring their golden voices to the 2018 Walk4Friendship. Julian Horowitz grew up with a Modern Orthodox outlook and especially enjoyed singing holiday songs around the Shabbat table and participating in the melodic portions of synagogue prayer. Attending a Jewish high school in Brooklyn, he broadened his interest by participating with choral groups. When…

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David and Nanci Farber

A Gift And A Challenge

Gil Seinfeld Special to the Jewish News Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor awarded gift by the Farber family. This spring, the Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor secured one of the largest donations in its 40-year history. The Jeffrey Farber Family Foundation and the David and Nanci Farber Family Foundation have jointly pledged a…

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Four-Legged Lifesavers: Specially trained dogs enhance owners’ quality of life.

  Dogs are known to be man’s best friend; they also can be lifesavers. Specially trained dogs can be trained to warn their owners of impending problems related to a spectrum of maladies, including diabetes and blindness. In Detroit’s Jewish community, individuals are enhancing their lives through these service dogs and some are training puppies…

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