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Art And Heart
For Ford Hospital
CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNIST
Wednesday, February 8 - 8:00 -p.m.
West Bloomfield High School • 4925 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan
Inner Circle Reserved Section: $25.00
General Admission: $18.00
This program is sponsored by the JCC and funded in part by the Manny and Natalie Charach Endowment
Fund of the JCC, The Irwin and Sadie Cohn Fund and the DeRoy Testamentary Foundation.
Co-Sponsored by The Jewish News.
This performance is presented in conjunction with the Mid East/West Fest International
Community Cultural Exchange whose major sponsors are the W. K. Kellogg Foundation and
Lufthansa. Other generous sponsors are Hudson's and the Dayton Hudson Foundation:
Ben Teit& Charitable Trust. Gerald Cook Trustee.
For more information call the JCC at (810) 661-7634 or (810) 661-7632.
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Beverly and Bob Canvasser and Phebe and Sid Goldstein support the heart benefit.
ore than 50 patrons of niversary of Annette & Company
the "Art from the Heart" School of Dance, there will be
auction attended a pre- gala dance performances at 2
view party at the p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5,
Bloomfield Hills home of Phebe at West Bloomfield High School.
The matinee tickets cost $8,
and Sid Goldstein. Dr. Gold-
stein is co-director of the Henry while the evening performance
Ford Heart and Vascular Insti- includes an afterglow celebration
tute and head of cardiovascular for $12. The show features
Joshua Bergasse, senior na-
medicine at the hospital.
Funds raised from the seventh tional dancer of the year, and a
annual "Art from the Heart" auc- special appearance by Tony
tion support heart research pro- Lord of Disney World and Uni-
grams at the institute. The versal Studios. All proceeds from
Goldsteins displayed much of
the original clothing, pho-
tographs, paintings, jewelry
and ceramics for the event,
which were donated by local
Many of the patrons had
personal success stories to tell
in praise of the Henry Ford
Heart and Vascular Ir.stitute.
"Dr. Goldstein saved me 18
years ago," said Bob Can-
vasser. Mr. Canvasser and Josh Bergasse, Lori Halberstadt and Mark
his wife Beverly are annual Bergasse
supporters of the auction ben-
efit. Patti Harris-Flood also the performance will go to the
gave a glowing account of how Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Some of the dancers include:
the institute saved her mother.
The "Art from the Heart" event Mark Bergasse, Laya Barak,
took place Jan. 30 at the City Stefani Bindes, Alana Can-
Grill in Birmingham. Some of vasser, Liz Czech, Rachel
the supporters included Maddee Czech, Amy Friedman, Faya
and Al Adelson, Deena and Gene, Lori Halberstadt,
Steven Borzak, Shelley and Bradley Holcman, Dana Hol-
David Goldberg, Nancy and cman, Randi Kaye, Jodi
Hank Rosman. Some of the Satovsky, Lauren Silver, Ste-
artists and donors included fanie Wiener and Rachel Win-
Joanne Blau Bellet, Lauren kler.
For more information, call 553-
Cohen, David Klein, Beverly
Neumann, Allen Rubiner, 0305.
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