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September 11, 1987 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-11

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lAROUND TOWN

Bonds
Go
Broadway

Larry Wolfe, left, and Donald Wagner, greet guests with Lauren Bruss, second from left, and Heidi Press.

Amid the
elegance of the
garden-filled,
marble main
atrium of the
TriAtria
building, young
adults provided
for Israel's future

Paul Needleman of the Detroit Bonds office, second from right, joins
his wife, Amy, right, and New Leadership members Joel Bruss,
Lauren Bruss and Ellen Hechler.

IN usic by the People's
Choice, an elegant kosher
buffet dinner and an op-
portunity to benefit Israel
highlighted the recent
"Bonds Go Broadway" black-tie af-
fair, sponsored by the New Leadership
Division of Israel Bonds.
Chaired by Lauren Bruss and
Heidi Press, the event, held adjacent
to the garden-filled black marble
main atrium of the TriAtria office
building in Farmington Hills, saw the
division bring its year-to-date Israel

Allan and Serena Steinmetz, joined the
dancing which followed the buffet dinner.

58

FRIDAY, SEPT, 11, 1987

Bonds sales to more than $477,000.
The party's theme was enhanced
with decorative posters and programs,
Broadway • tunes, and a gift for the
women as they departed, a "Broad-
way Danny Rosa"
Couples and singles attended the
Thursday night affair, which was
highlighted by a performance by
State of Israel Bonds International
Chairman, David Hermelin, of
Bingham Farms, who delighted the
audience with a song and magic
tricks. On the serious side, Hermelin

Neil and Joni Satovsky dance to
Broadway themes.

.

spoke about the strides Israel is mak-
ing in its infrastructure with the aid
of Israel Bonds. In his appeal to the
guests, Hermelin encouraged
everyone to visit Israel to see how
Bonds are put to use.
New Leadership Division General
Chairmen Larry Wolfe and Donald
Wagner welcomed the guests and
described the activities of the divi-
sion, which include membership
enrollment meetings, congregational
receptions, educational workshops,
IVRIARA informational breakfast

seminars and cocktail parties.
The evening was the occasion to
induct Wagner in the Prime
Minister's Club, an honor society of
the State of Israel which recognizes
purchasers of $25,000 or more in
Israel securities within a given year.
Beginning with less than a dozen
founders, the division has grown to an
executive board of 20 and a general
board of 35. Fourteen members will
represent the division this week at
the North American Leadership Con-
ference in Montreal. ❑

David Hermelin performs a magic trick prior
to delivering his appeal.

Jeffrey Zaslow joins his wife Sherry Margolis

Zaslow of Channel 2.

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