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After a 16-year absence, Honey Friedman returns to
manage the Channel 56 Auction.
DEBBIE SKLAR SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS
TVS needed Honey
ately. The 26th annu-
al Channel 56 Auction
was just a few months away,
and there was no auction man-
"I stepped down as executive
director for Variety — The Chil-
dren's Charity last November,
and I was enjoying having great
flexibility in my life," said Ms.
"Suddenly, in the middle of
January, I got a call from
WTVS saying their auction
I'm doing real crisis manage-
ment," she said. "I expected that
would be the case because I was
aware of the magnitude of the
auction and the commitment
and hard work that's needed to
make it a success.
"In some ways, it's been deja
vu. A lot has changed, but a lot
has remained the same. There
are many people here from the
"The station has grown and
developed so much. It's into out-
reach in the community and
that was very much needed."
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Honey Friedman was manager of the Channel 56 Auction from 1974-78.
WERE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE
manager had resigned and they
wanted me to take the job. I
knew it would be a difficult sit-
uation, but I said yes."
Ms. Friedman, a West
Bloomfield resident, was auc-
tion manager from 1974-78. So
she knew what needed to be
done for the April 27 through
May 1 event.
"I guess you could call what
As auction manager, Ms.
Friedman is responsible for the
acquisition and sale of more
than 6,000 products and ser-
vices. She also oversees the re-
cruitment and training of 3,000
volunteers, many more than
during her first stint.
Every day when she walks
into the office, Ms. Friedman
said, "the adrenaline flows."