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May 05, 1995 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-05

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A mammogram is a simple
picture that can save your life.
Take the time to schedule a
mammogram and learn proper
breast self-examination for the
people you love. Call:

event chairmen. The celebration
includes dining, dancing and a
live auction. A special pin de-
signed by Link Wachler of
Wachler Jewelers will be in-
cluded in the raffle. The hon-
orary chairmen are Wayne and
Maureen Doran and Norman
and Helen Wachler. For tick-
et information, call (810) 569-
6171.

INTO THE WOODS

The West Bloomfield High
School drama department will
present the musical Into the
Woods by Stephen Sondheim
on May 4-6 at the high school.
Robert Leider, director and
West Bloomfield drama teacher,
worked with Mr. Sondheim in
a musical theater writers work-
shop. "This is the most difficult
material our collaborative team
has encountered," said Mr.
Leider.
Some of the cast includes:
Dana Applebaum, Francesa
Berg, Sarah Cole, Rana Dou-
ville, Jay Feldman, Jonathan
Goldberg, Eryn Korby,
Michele Leibowitz, Samara
Shlom and Lora Weberman.
For ticket information, call
Karen Brody at 539-2555.

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PICTURE YOUR FAMILY.

WHERE OLD
FRIENDS MEET

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At 1-696 & 11 in Lathrup Landing

HUMANITARIAN AWARD

Congregation Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses recently presented
its first Humanitarian Award to
Drs. Phoebe and Harris
Mainster. The gala event,
chaired by Marilyn Rice, raised
$27,175 to be donated to Chil-
dren's Hospital of Michigan in
memory of the Mainsters' grand-
son, Sebastian.
Tables were decorated with
red roses and guests included
Dr. Sanford Cohen and his
wife, Sandy, Lewis and
Cheryl Silver, Irving and
Barbara Nusbaum, Jack and
Esther Liwazer and Dr. Kan-
ta Bhambhani, who treated Se-
bastian at Children's Hospital.
BAHM Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper led the blessing over
the bread, while congregation
president Franklin Levy gave
welcoming remarks.
Sebastian Mainster Ditt-
man, 6, died last year of a brain
tumor. ❑

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SISTERHOOD EVENT

The Sisterhood of Young Is-
rael of Greenfield will hold its
second annual spring luncheon
at noon Sunday, May 14, at the
synagogue. The luncheon will
feature sisterhood members
modeling fashions from local
merchants. The proceeds will
benefit sisterhood's special pro-
ject with its sister city in Israel,
Neve Aliza. The event is open to
the community. For reserva-
tions, call Adele Gittleman at
967-3610 or Sandy Singal at
967-3188.

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