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September 22, 1995 - Image 132

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-22

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10 Mile at Southfield Road

559-4230

Forgotten Harvest
Is Not Forgotten

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNIST

and it's entire staff

Extends Best Wishes
For A Joyous And
Healthy

NEW YEAR

0

To All Our
Customers and Friends

From

Comedy Night benefit chairmen Stephanie and Fred Keywell.

SMOKED FISH CORP.

For The Very Best
Quality and Taste.

and its purveyor

MORRIS KOSHER POULTRY

A Sincere Thank You
For Your Past Patronage
And Continued Loyalty.

A
perfect
gift...

We Wish You A
Healthy and Happy

A
subscription to

We Wish Our Friends &
Customers A Healthy
and Happy New Year

THE
JEWISH
NEWS

New Year

1-810-354-6620

R I S TO RAN T E

6263 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Sugar Tree Plaza
West Bloomfield
855-3993

uoting the book of Leviti-
cus, "And when you reap
the harvest of your land,
you shall not reap all the
way1the edges of your field, or
gather the gleanings of your har-
vest; you shall leave them for the
poor and the stranger," Steph-
anie Keywell, of West Bloom-
field, explains her involvement
in Forgotten Harvest.
Along with her husband Fred,
she learned about this agency
that collects and donates perish-
able surplus food to kitchens and
shelters from the Social Action
Committee at Temple Israel.
(Yad Ezra is a recipient of For-
gotten Harvest.)
"I asked to go along with the
driver one day, and we went to
Capuchin Community Center
and Detroit Rescue Center. I was
really touched by
the spirit of
giving," said Mrs.
Keywell.
Mr. and Mrs.
Keywell attended
the recent Early
Gifts Committee
meeting at the
home of Janet
and Edward
Mardigian with
guest speaker
Mitch Albom.
More than 50 pa-
trons attended the event, which
announced Comedy Night IV, to
be held 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14,
at the Fisher Theatre. The
evening will feature the Smoth-
ers Brothers. Stephanie and
Fred Keywell and Marcy and
Dan Staley are benefit chair-
men, while Amy Cutler and
Jan Nash are committee chair-
men of Comedy Night.
Some of the Forgotten Harvest

supporters include: B. the
Mickey Fishman family, Fran
Victor, Marcia Gershenson,
Howard Goldman, Ellen
Whitefield, Joyce Keller, Mir-
iam Rosen, Nimrod Rosen-
thal, Marvin Weinstein,
Martin Weiss, Linda and
Jeff Serman and Larry
Snider.
Tickets are priced $25 and up
and can be purchased at the
Fisher Theatre and Ticket
Master beginning Oct. 9. For
more information, call (810) 350-
3230.

ADL FRIENDRAISER

Comedian Robert Klein re-
cently performed for the fifth an-
nual "Friendraiser" for the
Michigan Board of the Anti-

Defamation League. More than
200 guests, including 40 spon-
sors, attended the event at Tam
O'Shanter. Marcia and Roger
Fenton were honorary chair-
men, while the co-chairmen were
Patti and Steve Tapper and
Judi and Brad Schram.
"We started this as a very
low-key `Friendraiser,' " said
Leonard Sohn, Michigan ADL
president. Dr. Sahn remarked

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