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September 29, 1995 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-29

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Own Road and The Negativity
Trap. Registration, at $25, is re-
quired by Oct. 2. Call (810) 642-
4260 for more information.
Karyn Folbe,
formerly of
Hills, has been
sales and mar-
keting for Cal-
liope Media, a
Santa Monica,
Calif., company that publishes
and distributes interactive mul-
timedia software titles for the
consumer market. Ms. Folbe, a
graduate of the University of
Michigan, previously worked as
director of publicity and promo-
tions for Viacom Consumer Prod-
ucts, the licensing division of
Paramount Pictures.
Warren E. Co-
hen recently
joined Universi-
ty Microfilms
Inc. in Ann Ar-
bor as training
and develop-
ment manager.
Mr. Cohen pre-
viously worked
with the U-M's Office of Resource
Development as a consultant and
with Tamarack Camps as year-
round program coordinator.
Jewish Vocational Service
recently received grants from
the Oakland County Communi-
ty Mental Health Services and
Southfield Community Foun-
dation to help adults with de-
velopmental disabilities and
at-risk older persons. The Oak-
land County grant will fund
Turning Points, a program that
empowers severely disabled
adults; the Southfield grant is
designated for the purchase of
specialized equipment for the
Herman Teitel Senior Adult
Sean Cook of West Bloomfield
was recently promoted to the po-
sition of taxation manager at
Schmaltz & Company P.C., a
consulting firm in Southfield. Mr.
Cook holds a master's degree in
taxation and is studying law at
Wayne State University.
Jeffery IL Levine, LIC, of AIG
Life Companies, was recently
elected president, and Jerome
Kanter, JD, of National Life of
Vermont, was elected president-
elect of the Southeast Michigan
General Agents and Managers
Association in Troy.
Nikki Rosen-Lieberman and
Jill Spokojny, occupational
therapists, have opened the Abil-
ities Center Inc. at 5600 W.
Maple in West Bloomfield. The
center specializes in sensory in-
tegration, a therapy that helps
children with autism, learning
disabilities and developmental
problems. Call (810) 855-0030 for
more information.

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