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October 01, 1993 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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CALL 788-0921
D BE PART OF SPORTS HISTORY

weren't going to get hurt.
Hey, the pros wanted to have
a good time, too."
After
attracting
22
campers the first year, the
camp has been a sellout for
two consecutive years. There
were 30 campers in 1992.
Of this year's 32 campers,
three were returnees from
1992 and one from 1991.
Campers came from across
the Detroit area and places
such as California, Florida,
New Jersey, New York, Penn-
sylvania, Texas, West Vir-
ginia and Wisconsin.
A former Windsor resident
who now works for the BBC
in London made the longest
trip to attend the camp.
The president of Detroit
Red Wings Fantasy Camp
Inc. is Wings assistant coach
Dave Lewis, the camp
founder. In addition to his off-
ice camp duties, Lewis is in
charge of all the on-ice conch-
tioning and instruction.
Bleiwas, who has never
played hockey, says he wasn't
even that big a fan of the
game until he met Lewis
through a mutual friend a
few years ago. Soon, they
started discussing Lewis' idea
of a fantasy camp and a busi-
ness partnership was formed.
This was the first year the
camp was held at Fraser. It
was staged at the Universi-
ty of Michigan-Dearborn are-
na the first two years.
Improved security, more
seating capacity, and better
facilities for television taping
of the benefit game were
listed by Bleiwas as the ma-
jor reasons for the move.
"Fraser is like a mini-Joe
Louis Arena," Bleiwas said.
Believe it or not, planning
will begin next month for the
1994 camp.
"Even though we've gotten
much more efficient, there
are so many details to take
care of, and Dave and I have
such crazy lifestyles," Bleiwas
explained. ❑

FREE Hosts
Sukkot Event

A Chassidic style Sukkot cele-
bration will be hosted by FREE
and Bais Chabad of North Oak
Park 7 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The evening will feature the
ABZ Orchestra, dancing and re-
freshments in the sukkah. A
video presentation of "The
Tishrei Holidays with the
Lubavitcher Rebbe" will be
shown.
There is a charge.

The Michigan Jewish Sports Hall of F ame
9th Annual Induction Banquet

Join us as we honor SparkY
Anderson, the recipient of
The Alvin Foon Memorial Award,
and this year's inductees: Harry
Eisenstat, the late Ralph
Goldstein, and Albert Silber. The
evening's toastmasters will be
Denny McLain and Eli Zaret of
WJBK-TV2's Eli and Denny Show.

Mark Your Calendar:

Monday,
November 1, 1993
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek

Bring the kids and shmooze with
Detroit sports stars—past and
present—from the Pistons, Lions,
Red Wings, and Tigers while
roving photographers snap your
picture with your favorite athletes
free of charge.

6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Cocktails and Silent Auction

7:30 p.m.
Dinner and Awards Ceremony

Then take part in the silent
auction which includes one of the
only autographed Olympic Dream
Team basketballs.

Tickers
Adults: $100 per person
Pre-bar/bat mitzvah: $50 per person

For ticket information,
call Elavne Wolfson (313) 788-0921.

And, finally, enjoy a delightful
dinner and award ceremony.

This year's event promises to be
bigger and better than ever so
call for tickets today!

Denny 111.-Lain Eh Zaret

Dinner Chairpersons:
Dr. Stuart Kirschenbaum
(former State Boxing Commissioner)
and IVIadelvn Liss

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