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July 26, 2002 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-26

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These Are
The nays

Clockwise from top:
Cantor David Montefiore sings a patriotic tune to open the concert.

Jaclyn Birnkrantz of Farmington Hills, granddaughter of concert
sponsors Sally and Harry Nosanchuk, learns a dance move from D.
Brown of Star Trax.

Leslie Zack of Farmington Hills dances with Allen Kraft from the
Fleischman Residence in West Bloomfield.

Sally and Harry Nosanchuk watch the show.

El's big

he July 14 "Those
Were the Days"
concert at Temple
Beth El brought .
together more than 1,200 area
The sixth annual event,
sponsored by the Sally and
Harry Nosanchuk Family
Caring Community Fund of
Temple Beth El, attracted
scores of residents from senior
living facilities and members
of seniors' groups.
Performers at the concert
were Beth El Cantor David
Montefiore, Big Band Express
and the Temple Beth El
Dancers. The program fea-
tured the music of such greats
as Count Basie, Les Brown,
Benny Goodman, Glenn
Miller and Harry James.
Most of those who participat-
ed in the listening, singing and
dancing event are repeat-atten-
dees, who enjoy the concert at
Beth El year after year. ❑
— Shelli Liebman Dorfman,
staff writer




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