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November 03, 1995 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-03

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Stay-At-Home Event Raises
$80,000 For leukemia

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ast summer, more than
70 supporters of the
Children's Leukemia
Foundation of Michigan
met to plan a fund-raising
campaign. They listened to
Dr. Charles Main, chief of
pediatric hematology-oncolo-
gy at William Beaumont Hos-
pital, share the latest
advances in the treatment of
leukemia and other blood dis-
orders.
They were inspired to raise
funds, but didn't necessarily
want to attend another black-tie Debbie Saperstein, Sheila Schiffer,
affair. The committee felt they Sandi Stocker and Barbara Horenstein.
could invite their family and
friends to "stay home" and sup- president of ways and means,
port CLF by hosting a non-event. "The team of Barbara Horen-
Cindy Obron Kahn, Hilary stein and Debbie Saperstein
King and Nancy John Hodari provided creativity and a sense of
became the non-event chairmen. style to make this event a labor of
The non-event host committee love." The choreographed fashion
consisted of Kathy Cantor show, coordinated by Marilyn
Cohn, Nancy Katzman, Lisa Georgeson and Pat Sands, con-
sisted of the latest styles
Pullman, Ellen Less-
from local stores. Some
er Siegel and Susie
of the donor day com-
Sillman. On Oct. 24,
mittee members includ-
the non-event present-
ed: Sharon Lesnick,
ed CLF with a check for
Ellen Pimmino, Mari-
$80,000.
lyn Rubin, Ida
In order to thank
Nemzin, Cathi Lefton,
those who participated
on the non-event com- CARLA SCHWARTZ Janice Cherknsky, Liz
LaKritz, Judee Her-
mittee, a real event — a
LOCAL
man, Linda Feldman
luncheon — was held at
COLUMNIST
and Gayle Hirsch.
the home of Ellen Less-
er Siegel. Some of the
RETAIL 2000
non-event volunteers included:
The Detroit chapter of the
Hillary Shaw, Jean Dubin, Fashion Group International re-
Lynne Obron, Judee Colton, cently celebrated its 50th an-
Elizabeth Fields, Catherine niversary, hosting "Retail 2000:
Forbes, Karen Daskas and The Challenge of Change" at the
Freda Lerman.
Troy Marriott. The event hon-
ored Affiliated Models, Pangborn
HEAVENLY FASHIONS
The Temple Israel Sisterhood Design, Wolverine Worldwide
recently held their donor day. and presented a Stylemaker of
More than 400 patrons attended the Year Award to Theresa
the boutique shopping, lunch and Curis Selvaggio, vice president
a fashion show. Sandi Stocker of Estee Lauder. The guest
thanked her many volunteers. Ac- speaker was Watts Wacker, a
cording to Sheila Schiffer, vice futurist.

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Nancy Hodari, Ellen Siegel, Hilary King and Cindy Kahn at the non event.

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