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June 24, 1994 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-24

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The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

presents

Compiled by Steve Stein

HOWARD BERNSTEIN,

The Ron Coden Show

Josh White Jr.

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144th music once again WoWing in the 1411W"

Special Guests

Ask Vlitte Ir.., The `Ron Cotom show
er Charlie Xattmer

These fine artists will make the Raven Gallery Reunion a nostalgic evening for all.

Enjoy a night filled with folk music and great memories to share with old friends

and new All in the warmth of a coffee house setting.

JCC Maple/Drake Building
Admission: $10.00

For information and reservations call the Adult Services Department at 661-7649.

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Jeffrey Thompson

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Troy Marriott.
Eligible companies must be
headquartered in Wayne, Oak-
land, Macomb, Washtenaw, Mon-
roe, Lapeer, St. Clair or
Livingston counties. They also
need to be established after 1988;
have at least 10 employees; gen-
erate at least $500,000 in annu-
al revenues; have achieved at
least 10 percent growth in full-
time employment during the past
fiscal year; anticipate at least 10
percent growth in full-time em-
ployment for the next three years;
and be engaged in a "for-profit"
activity.
For further information, call
Kathryn Johnston at BDO Seid-
man, 244-6527, or the Greater
Detroit Chamber of Commerce at
596-0363.

DANIEL REDSTONE and
Robert Ziegelman have been
named to the board of directors
for the Detroit chapter of AIA
Michigan, a society of the Amer-
ican Institute of Architects.

Satury, 114 9 900-1100 p.m.

Visit the Investment Specialists at

president of the Association of
North America-Israel Chambers
of Commerce, will be the guest
speaker at the annual meeting
and election of officers and board
members of the American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce of Michi-
gan.
The meeting is scheduled for
5:30 p.m. June 28 in the Skyline
Club on the 28th floor of the 2000
Town Center building in South-
field. It will be followed by a cock-
tail reception.
For further information, call
the American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce of Michigan at 661-
1948.

Todd Hegler

393-4920

FDIC

INSURED

THE WOMEN'S Advertising
Club of Detroit's third annual
"Golf-Off Goof-Off" will be held
6 p.m. June 29 at the Royal Oak
Putt-Putt. A fund-raiser for the
club's Liz Clark Memorial Schol-
arship Fund, the event will con-
clude with dinner at 7:30 p.m. at
Shield's Pizza in Troy. For hole
D. Larry Sherman
sponsorship information, call
Kathy Thornton at McCann/SAS,
D. LARRY SHERMAN of 740-7903. For ticket information,
Sherman Shoes in Birmingham call Gina Stormes or Rhea Chaf-
helped lead a discussion on fee at 331-4300.
strengthening downtown shop-
A SEMINAR on "Qualified
ping areas during the Michigan
Retailers Association's Summer Plan Distributions" will be held
Conference June 22-23 in Tra- from 7:45-10 a.m. June 29 in the
verse City. Bryan Crough, exec- 28th-floor Skyline Club at 2000
utive director of the Traverse City Town Center in Southfield. It is
Downtown Development Au- sponsored by the Southeast
Michigan chapter of the Interna-
thority, joined Mr. Sherman.
Their panel included State Rep. tional Association for Financial
Jan Dolan (R-Farmington Hills), Planning. The seminar is worth
Art Schurgin of Horn of Plenty in two continuing education credits.
Birmingham, Robert Buffham of For further information, call 643-
Van Hoeck's Shoes in Grand 9315.
Rapids, East Lansing economic
THE ALUMNI Association
development coordinator Jim Van
of
the Detroit College of Law is
Ravensway and Patty Seiter,
hosting
an evening cruise aboard
Main Street program coordinator
the yacht "Infinity" on June 24.
for Holland.
The yacht will leave from Jeffer-
SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN'S son Beach Marina in St. Clair
top emerging companies will be Shores at 6 p.m. For further in-
honored this fall at the inaugur- formation, call the college at 965-
al awards luncheon of the Future 0686.
50 of Greater Detroit program.
OAKLAND MALL will be
Future 50 is sponsored by BDO presenting a children's theater se-
Seidman accountants and con- ries at Center Court this summer.
sultants in Troy, WNW- Newsra- "Snow White" will be performed
dio 950 and the Detroiter July 20, "Rumpelstiltskin" July
magazine of the Greater Detroit 27 and the "Emperor's New
Chamber of Commerce. The lun- Clothes" Aug. 3. Show times are
cheon will be held Oct. 18 at the 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

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