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August 12, 1994 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-12

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it ... In Durango Grill, he has
brought us something nobody
was wise enough to do ... and it's
catching.
CONGRATS ... to Vicki and
Ray Goldbaum ... on their 35th
anniversary.
IF AITENDEFS didn't know
better, they'd have thought
Michigan Cancer Foundation
Partners was old hat at putting
on big affairs.
Few who attended the young
folks' recent Summer Extrava-
ganza could imagine that this
was the group's first major un-
dertaking since being organized
in 1988.
A black-tie dinner, dance and
silent auction at Somerset Col-
lection drew over 400 ... Two
days later, its golf outing at TPC
in Dearborn had more than 200.
Between the two events, MCF
Partners handed across a heavy
check for $150,000 ... It holds
three smaller affairs a year and
has never raised more than

Get those buckeroos
to Durango Grill.

$75,000 in all ... (The shindigs
raise about $10,000 to $25,000
each).
Young adults at work for char-
ity couldn't have been better ex-
emplified than by these dedicated
and devoted guys 'n gals.
Vicki and Ed Wizner were
overall chairpersons; Karen Mod-
ell and Katie Borman, black tie
event co-chairlassies; and Tony
Amine and Tom Spillane, golf co-
chairmen ... Patty Klein held no
title but gets much credit for her
endeavors.
Elsa Gotman and Frank Win-
ton wished there had been a third
event ... a tennis match so they
could compete ... Elsa loves the
courts ... and Frank has nation-
al recognition on the 80-and-over
circuit.
BROTHERS Bagel & Deli
will open a second location
around the end of September on
Northwestern Highway between
Middlebelt and 14 Mile ... Seat-
ing will be approximately 20 by
owners Steve, Mike and dad Joe
Wachsberg As at their very
popular strictly carry-out on the
northeast corner of Maple and
Coolidge in the Somerset Plaza,
Troy, everything will be baked on
the premises ... about a dozen va-
rieties of bagels, New York onion
rolls, kaiser rolls, etc.
JAZZ HAS come to Big Dad-
dy's Parthenon on Orchard Lake
Road ... It's Thursday, 8-12 mid-
night and Saturday, 9-1 a.m., fea-
turing David Ball and Kevin
Crosby.
PRIOR TO the play, Fiddler
On The Roof, Sept. 25 at the Fish-
er Theatre, Michigan Chefs de

Cuisine will toss a tasting from
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. with some
of this area's better chefs.
Tickets for dinner and theatre
at $80 per person, or dinner only
$40 per person, benefit culinary
scholarships by MCDC and the
1996 Michigan Culinary
Olympics Team ... Ducats are
available at 11 Centro Ristorante,
Golden Mushroom, Machus, the
Whitney, Acadia and Omni.
For more info, call Il Centro
Ristorante, 872-5110.
2ND ANNUAL Aussie Barbie
Bash at Kingsley Inn, Aug. 25,
5:30 to 8:30 p.m., will have the
18-piece Brookside Jazz Ensem-
ble and Executive Chef Dennis
Lindinger's various stations for
a sumptuous-sounding walk-
about menu ... Also Merchant of
Vino participation with about 14
Australian wines and a table of
down-under beers ... Tickets will
be $35 per person, with reserva-
tions by calling Kingsley Inn,
642-0100.
IN PARTNERSHIP with the
Nash Group of Mr. B's, Detroit
Bagel has opened three more
sites and have another three
more coming in September ...
Open are Woodward north of 14
Mile, Birmingham; Maple and
Ryan, Sterling Heights; and Nine
Mile and Gratiot, Eastpointe
Opening next month will be at
La Mirage on Northwestern,
Southfield; Main St., Rochester;
and Maple and Telegraph,
Bloomfield Hills.
AMERICAN GOURMET
has again latched onto a winner
... decorative centerpieces to feed
hungry Jewish persons.
At each table of many festive
affairs are beautiful food basket
centerpieces filled with fresh pro-
duce or kosher non-perishable
items from Sandy and Marty
Benson's fine operation.
Following events, the baskets,
which replace floral arrange-
ments, are delivered to Yad Ezra
and the food distributed to hun-
gry Jews.
American Gourmet also gives
a monetary donation to Yad Ezra
for every basket it sells in the pro-
gram.
Can't you just hear the hungry
saying "Thanks!" to Sandy and
Marty and all the party-giving
folks supporting this wonderful
endeavor?
Yad Ezra presently provides
35,000 pounds of food each
month for 885 families. ❑

Balfour Concert
Plans Made

The 61st annual Balfour Cele-
bration Concert of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America will be held
Sept. 22 at the Fox Theatre.
The concert will feature the
1994 Catskills on Broadway, star-
ring Freddie Roman, Mal Z.
Lawrence, Dick Capri.

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