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January 26, 1996 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-26

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BAR 8/ GRILL

Art From The Heart
Funds Cardiac Care

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNIST

eery Ford Heart and Vas- than 25 people
cular Institute's eighth an- attended the
nual "Art from the Heart" event. After a
will take place 5:30-9 p.m. timely discus-
Sunday, Feb. 4, at City Grill in sion with Mr.
Birmingham. Paintings, ceram- Glicker, they ac-
ics, jewelry and clothing donated companied
by artists will be available at a Sylvia Nelson,
live and silent auction during the gallery director,
evening. The event includes din- on a walking
tour through the
ner, dessert and wine.
Jimmy Launce, of WJR ra- "Letters Dipped
dio, will host the live auction. in Honey" exhib-
Marjorie and Guy Paone and it also at the
Nancy and Hank Rosman are gallery. Arlene
co-chairmen of the event. Mrs. Barris, presi-
Rosman, an artist, will be donat- dent of ORT Arlene Barris, Ben and Shirley Glicker
ing some of her work, including Michigan Re-
gion, organized the present "A Winter's Fantasy" to
a hand-decorated mir-
event. Mrs. Glicker is a benefit Variety, The Children's
ror. Honorary event
member
of ORT. "My Charity. The black-tie event will
chairmen are Joanne
wife is an ORTist," re- be held 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
and David Denn and
marked Mr. Glicker. 24, at Oakland Hills Country
Iris and Sanford
Some of the ORT and Club.
Ovshinsky.
Honorary chairmen are Lin-
art enthusiasts includ-
Proceeds from the
ed: Gert Brainin, da Solomon and Carole and
event support the car-
diac research programs CARLA S CHWARTZ Nancy Silverman, David Trepeck. Benefit chair-
Rena Levy, Pauline men are Jane E. Buell and
LO CAL
at the Henry Ford Heart
Schreiber, Sarah John Reddy. Some of the event
MNIST
COLU
and Vascular Institute.
Feuereisen, Rochelle chairmen include: Michael
Tickets for the event are
$75 per person and $125 as a pa- Sable, Andi Wolfe, Eadie Berman, Richard Bockoff,
Arnold Krieger, L Burt Meisel
tron. For more information, call Zeldes and Horty Falk.
and Sarah Wolk. The evening
(313) 876-1031.
will include a fanta-
sy auction with
SLUMBER
many items includ-
PARTY
ing tickets for the
The Coalition on
Emmys, Wimbledon
Temporary Shelter
and TV shows.
(COTS) will hold
Tickets are $175 per
its annual "Slum-
person. For more in-
ber Party" and din-
formation, call (810)
ner dance 6:30 p.m.
258-5511.
Saturday, Feb. 3,
NOTES
at the Ritz-Carlton.
Hersh's, on the
The evening will
Boardwalk in West
also include a
Bloomfield, will hold
silent auction. A
a Zelda trunk show
special rate is
January 26-27.
available to guests
The Village Barn
wishing to stay
in Franklin will hold
overnight at the
its annual quilt
hotel. Suzanne
show Feb. 1-3. Gail
Aberly is part of
Hum, a national
the planning com-
quilt expert, will co-
mittee, while
ordinate the event.
Joyce Ann Keller
The show will
is a board member.
feature traditional
Proceeds from the
and contemporary
event support the
quilts.
homeless. For
Accents and Arti-
ticket infonnation,
facts just opened in
call (313) 831-3777.
Walled Lake. The
ORT & ART
store carries unique
gifts for inside and
Ben Hank and Nancy Rosman
Artist
outside the home.
Glicker treated
The fourth annual Spring
Women's American ORT to a lec- WINTER FANTASY
Home & Garden Show will be
ture and tour of his work at the
The Birmingham Bloomfield held at the Novi Expo Center
Janice Charach-Epstein Muse-
um/Gallery at the JCC. More Chamber of Commerce will help Feb. 1-4. CI

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