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October 14, 1994 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-14

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Both courses are part of the CRITICAL ISSUES facing the
American Management Associa- home building industry will be
tion's (AMA) Certificate in Man- discussed at an Oct. 18 general
agement series. An AMA membership meeting of the
certificate in management is Builders Association of South-
awarded to participants who suc- eastern Michigan (BASM).
Jim Irvine, president-elect of
cessfully complete any six of the
AMA courses offered through the National Association of Home
Builders, will be the guest speak-
OCC.
The six-session "Fundamentals er. Mr. Irvine is a residential
of Finance and Accounting for builder from Portland, Ore.
The meeting will be held from
Non-Financial Managers" and
"How To Build High-Performance 6-9 p.m. at the Radisson Plaza
Hotel in Southfield. For
registration information,
call BASM, 810-737-4477.

THE UNIVERSITY of Michigan
had its Fab Five. Now Robert
Solomon & Associates, a Bloom-
field Hills advertising and public
relations agency, has its MAB Six.
Robert Solomon won six Michi-
gan Association of Broadcasters
(MAB) Awards for Creative Ex-
cellence, earning four first-place
honors and two honorable men-
tions.
The awards were presented for
television and radio advertise-
ments Robert Solomon cre-
ated for clients Channel 56,
Franklin Bank, Freddy's
and Worrells.
Robert Solomon billings
for 1994 are expected to ex-
ceed $33 million.

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ment community in com-
pliance with fair housing
regulations is the focus of
an Oct. 28 seminar spon-
sored by the Apartment As-
sociation of Michigan
(AAM).
The seminar will be held
from 8-11:30 a.m. at the
Embassy Suites Hotel in
Southfield. For registration
information, call the AAM,
810-737-4477.

TURNAROUND MAN-
AGEMENT will be guest
speaker Joseph Bione's top-
ic at a meeting of the Insti-
tute of Management
Accountants — Oakland
County Chapter at 6 p.m.
Oct. 20 at the Kingsley Inn
in Bloomfield Hills. For din-
ner reservations, call 810-
627-6760.

THE MONTHLY busi-
ness card exchange spon-
sored by the Greater Royal
Oak Chamber of Com- Robert Solomon & Associates president Dean Friedman
merce will be held from 5- and his company's MAB Awards.
7 p.m. Oct. 26 at Fifth
ESTATE PLANNING is
Avenue Billiards in downtown Teams" courses will be held from the subject of a two-part seminar
Royal Oak.
6:30-9:30 p.m. starting Oct. 25 series scheduled for 7-10 p.m. Oct
Food will be served and a cash and Oct. 26, respectively, at 19-20 at the Kingsley Inn in
bar will be available. For further OCC's Orchard Ridge campus.
Bloomfield Hills. The series is
information, call the chamber of-
For further information on the sponsored by the Goodwill In-
fice at 810-547-4000.
courses, call the OCC Business dustries of Greater Detroit Foun-
and Professional Institute at 810- dation. For further information
HAVE QUESTIONS about deal- 540-1511.
and to register, call Goodwill's de-
ing with the U.S. Postal Service?
velopment office at 313-964-3900,
An Oct. 26 seminar for business- A COLLEGE FAIR for working ext. 316.
es at Burton Manor in Livonia, ti- adults with the theme, "Work-
tled "Giving You the Answers," force 2000-Are You Ready?" will LOCAL MANUFACTURERS
may help.
be held Oct. 24 at the Livonia can participate in a national in-
The seminar is sponsored by
teractive video seminar titled `To-
the Michigan Tri-Postal Cus- Marriott.
Sponsored by the Greater De- tal Productive Maintenance:
tomer Council, a network of cor- troit Consortium of College Pro- Manage Your Maintenance, Man-
porate executives who work grams in Business and age Your Profits."
directly with the Postal Service Administration, the fair will give
The seminar is designed for
to improve relations.
participants a chance to meet maintenance managers, plant en-
The keynote speaker for the with representatives from sever- gineers, facility managers, direc-
event will be William Henderson, al Michigan colleges.
tors of manufacturing and
executive vice president and chief
Information will be available engineering and operations man-
operating officer of the Postal Ser- on graduate and undergraduate agers.
vice. For reservation information, programs in business and
Slated for 10:45 a.m. to 2 p.m.
call 313-225-5414.
administration. Fair hours are Oct. 19, the seminar will be held
at the south campus of Macomb
FINANCE FUNDAMENTALS 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 4:30-7 Community College and the
p.m.
and team-building are the top-
For further information on the Auburn Hills campus of Oakland
ics of weekly courses offered by
fair,
call Diane Jaco, director of Community College.
Oakland Community College's
For further information on the
(OCC) Business and Profession- graduate admissions at Walsh seminar or to register, call Mar-
College
in
Troy,
at
810-689-8282.
al Institute.

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SATURDAY is the final
day of Ladies Day Golfs
fund-raising promotion for
the United Scleroderma
Foundation.
For each sale at Ladies
Day Golf during the 10-day
promotion, the Southfield
golf center for women is do-
nating 50 cents to the foun-
dation for its research and
patient support work.
Scleroderma, or "hard
skin," causes the body to
fight its own tissue. There
is no known cause or cure
for the disease.

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