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June 07, 1996 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-07

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A Heritage Of Excellence
For nearly two decades Franklin
Club has offered the atmosphere,
amenities and value people look
for in a full service adult commu-
nity. From delicious meals served
by a friendly waitstaff to the avail-
ability of various health care
options, Franklin Club may
be exactly the

fortable, spacious models are
available. Prepare your own meals
if you wish, or select one of the
dining plans we offer. Weekly
maid service is another option.
And just moments from your front
door, you'll find everything from
escorted van service, exercise
classes and card games to
dozens of other recre-
ational and social activi-
ties — all are

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The Address Of Choice
For The Lifestyle You Choose:
Franklin Club


older adults who require occa-
sional personal assistance. Resi-
dents may enjoy all Franklin Club
amenities secure in the knowl-
edge that trained, caring help is
available 24 hours a day.
Welcome To The Club
We wel-


George Kulikowski gets ready to poke Lisa Bac at a "Match For Life" tissue typing


address you've been
looking for.
The Apartments
At Franklin Club
Choose the apartment home that
suits your lifestyle. Several corn-

yours to pick from at
Franklin Club.
At Franklin Club
Easy living apartment homes for

come you to learn
more about the good
times, good friends
and good living awaiting you at
Franklin Club. For a free bro-
chure, or to arrange a personal
tour, call 353-2810.

ter of David and Elise Schostak.
Although they could not save
their daughter from a rare ge-
netic disorder, the Schostaks re-
quested that those who attended
the funeral try to help Lauren.
"David and Elise ask that
those of you who wish to further
honor Jayne's memory may best
do so by making a contribution
to the Match for Life Founda-
tion," a statement read at the fu-
neral said. "This foundation
sponsors blood drives to help
those whose life is dependent
upon a bone-marrow transplant.
"Their involvement is very per-
sonal and stems from their de-
sire to help a very special child
who is very dear to them. Your
contributions will enable us to
participate in the highest of Jew-
ish values — pikuach nefesh —
the saving of a life."
Funds donated to the founda-

tion will cover the cost associated
with tissue typing. Generally,
each test is $45, with half of the
cost picked up by the American
Red Cross and the other half by
the family sponsoring the

"Caring for Aging Parents," a

er adults on coverage and health-
care reform proposals, will take
place 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, June 11,
at the William Beaumont Hospi-
tal Administration Building Au-
ditorium in Royal Oak.
The program is free, but pre-
registration is required. Call 1-

Ea A "Match For Life" tissue
typing drive will take place 8
a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, June
22, and Sunday, June 23, at
Rock Financial, 30600 Tele
graph Road in Bingham
Farms. A simple blood test
will be taken. For more infor-
mation, call (810) 540-6626.
To send a donation, make
checks payable to "Match For
r fe" and send them to 20500
Civic Center Drive, Suite
2750, Southfield, MI 48076.

Jennifer Finer contributed to
this report.


Where You Choose Your Lifes0)le

28301 Franklin Road Southfield, MI 48034 810/353-2810

Andrew E. Segal M.D. and Lawrence Knigel, M.D., P.C.

are pleased to announce the association with

Robert S. Singer, M.D.

for the practice of Dermatology and
Dermatologic surgery, specializing in Hair
Transplantation, Sclerotherapy, and Laser
Surgery of the skin.

29877 Telegraph Road

Suite 300
Southfield, MI 48034

(810) 353-0880

Fax (810) 352-8666




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Ask for Mike Wills

seminar for women caring for
their parents, will be held at the
Womencenter on Oakland Corn-
munity College's Orchard Ridge
Campus 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Sattu.-
day, June 8.
There is a program fee of $30
and reservations are requested.
Call (810) 471-7602.

The Oakland County Health Di-
vision will host a free vision
screening for all children en-
tering kindergarten in Septem-
ber 4-7 p.m. Monday, June 10, at
27725 Greenfield Road in South-
field. The screening is required
for school enrollment.
For more information, call
(810) 424-7070.

"Medicare/Medicaid in 1996,"

an informational program for old-

"Healthy Cooking Demo: The
New Five-Minute, Five-In-
gredient Gourmet," a demon-

stration by Chef Larry Janes, will'
take place 7 p.m. Tuesday, June
11, at Botsford Hospital's Health
Development Network.
There is a $5 fee, and prereg-
istration is required. Call (810)

A free prostate awareness
seminar will be hosted by Huron
Valley Hospital in Commerce 7

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