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February 16, 1996 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-16

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Special Available Mon.-Fri., Thru Month of February

(not valid on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14th)

Lunch $19.78

Movies for Maccabi
Previews Summer Event

T

he Maccabi Club of Metro-
politan Detroit recently held
a fund-raising event at the
Showcase Cinemas in Pon-
tiac. More than 140 patrons at-
tended the benefit.
Jill Spokojny was chairman,
and Maddee Adelson, Linda

Okun, Esther Tuchklaper, and

Sandi Matz organized the pro-
gram. Some of the supporters
included: Herb and Sue Beni-
stein, Leah and Jeff Fox and

Jay Robinson.

For Detroit participants, the
Maccabi Games will be held in
New Jersey Aug. 18-23. Students
must be age 13 (and less than 17)
by Aug. 1, 1996. For tryout infor-
mation, look for upcoming adver-
tisements in The Jewish News. For
more information, call Dr. Alan
Horowitz, Maccabi president, at
(810) 737-0639.

SCOUT TU B'SHEVAT

N

Hillel Day School Cub Scout
Troop 244 wanted to develop a pro-
ject in honor of Tu B'Shevat. The
troop discussed the meaning of the
holiday and decid-
ed td help needy
Jews in the com-
munity. The chil-
dren purchased
apples and nuts
and met at Yad
Ezra, the kosher
food pantry, to pre-
pare packages for
distribution.
Steven Harris is
the cubmaster of
Troop 244. Some of
the dedicated
scouts included:

• Filet Mignon with Bearnaise • Amish Chicken Breast "Morel"
• 1 lb. Maine Lobster • Sweet Tray Selection

Dinner $19.78

(per person)
Includes: Soup du jour, Mixed Organic Green Salad

• 24 Oz. N.Y. Sirloin :Buster" with Brown Butter Sauce
• Broiled Whitefish " Traverse City" with Pistachios and Sun Drie !
Cherries
• 2 lb. Live Maine Lobster •Sweet Tray Selection

er Dunn and Andrew Sher-

either personally or through do-
nations. Non-bowlers can make or
man.
collect pledges. Prizes will be
ECHO PARK CARNIVAL awarded to the top bowler at each
venue. For more in-
The Echo Park School on
formation, call Mau-
Wing Lake Road in Bloom-
reen Meldrum, (810)
field Township is having a
294 4430.
carnival, bake sale and raf-
The MCF Circle of
fle open to the public. The
Fellows will hold 'The
event is March 2
Art of Fashion" 6:30
cfom 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
p.m. Thursday, March
Linda Sircus is
the publicity chair- CARLA SCHWARTZ 7, at Neiman Marcus
to benefit the Barbara
man. Some of the
LOCAL
Ann Karmanos Can-
carnival supporters
CO LUMNIST
cer Institute. There
include:
will be a runway pre-
Sandy Henkin,
Diane Orley, Annette sentation of spring fashions. The
Reich, Barbara Shill- event is followed by a cocktail re-
man, Monique Silver, ception in the Neiman Marcus
Hilary Isakow, Shari couture salon.
Tickets are $30 and $50 for
Rogers, Debbie Col-
man, Hillary Shaw, benefactors. For more informa-
Linda Stulberg, Sher- tion, call DeMarco Willis at (313)
833-0715, Ext. 769.
ry Gershenson.

PRELUDES WEST

Movie organizers Esther Tuchklaper,
Sandi Matz and, standing, Maddee
Adelson, Linda Okun, Jill Spokojny.

(for two)
Choice of Soup or Salad

The Detroit Symphony
Orchestra Hall Volunteer Coun-
cil will hold Preludes West, a lun-
cheon with a string quartet at
noon Friday, Feb. 23, at Temple
Beth El. The next event will be
held at 12 p.m. Sunday, March 23,
at the Birmingham Country Club.
For more information, call the
DSOH at (313) 962-1000, Ext. 285.

EVENTS FOR A CAUSE

The 10th annual Bowl for the
Cure will be held on March 2 at
five local bowling lanes. This event
is dedicated to the memory of

Blanche Robinson. Michael
Barr, of WJR, promises to bowl

more than 24 hours to raise ad-
ditional funds. Proceeds from the
Bowl for the Cure will benefit the
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer
Institute's health education and
patient service program.
To participate, bowlers are
asked to obtain a minimum of $25,

Andrew Appel,
Jeremy Moss,
David Harris,
Josh Diskin, Ash- Jo Kessler, Irving Burton

Receive a Complimentary Chocolate Mousse Tort
(for parties of 4 or more)
Dancing Tuesday Thru Saturday

The Warren Commission
Featuring Suzy & Dan

One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most
Beautiful and Exciting Restaurants

28875 Franklin Rd. at Northwestern & 12 Mile
(810) 358-3355
Southfield

THE ENVOY CAFE

GILDA'S CLUB

Casual Dining

Asha Blake, WDIV-TV med-
ical reporter, and Richard Gold-
en, president of DOC Optics, will

DAILY LUNCH &
DINNER SPECIALS

host a supper reception 6:30 p.m.
Monday, March 4,
at Chianti Villa in Grosse Pointe
Farms to benefit Gilda's Glub.
Some of the supporters include

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rogel
and Stuart Lichtenstein.

Proceeds from the event will help
toward the opening of the Gilda's
Club facility. Gilda's Club is a non-
profit support group for people
with cancer, as well as their fam-
ilies and friends. Tickets are $40
per person. For ticket information,
call (810) 851-6557.

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IN SIMSBURY PHA''

LUNDI GRAS XXXVI

The 36th annual Lundi Gras
celebration will be held 7 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 19, at the Rat-
tlesnake Club. "Monet's Garden"
is the theme of this black-tie
event, which includes a gourmet
dinner and dancing. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Germack, Dr. and
Mrs. Kim Lie, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Kessler are chairmen
of the event. Dr. Irving Burton
is the honorary chairman. For
ticket information, call (313) 226-
7544.

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Closed Sunday,
available for private parties

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SUN.-THURS. 11-10
FRI. & SAT. 11-11

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FOR 2!

NOTES

. Roz and Sherm will hold a
Chris Kole trunk show Feb. 16-
17.
Haberman Fabrics will have
"Special Occasion Seminars" to
learn about making evening wear
and bridal gowns on
Saturdays, Feb. 24-March 9.
For registration, call (810) 541-
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