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August 09, 2002 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-09

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Wayne State Law School Dean
To Speak At Federation Breakfast

for Detroit's Jewish Future. Mr.
Members of the legal and Jewish
Schulman's students, alumni and the
communities are invited to a break-
university community have recog-
fast hosted by the Jewish Federation
nized him as one of Wayne State's
of Metropolitan Detroit's Cardozo
premier leaders. As a WSU professor
Law Society 7:30 a.m. Thursday,
for more than 30 years, Mr.
Aug. 29, at the Max M.
Schulman may have taught
Fisher Federation
more students than any
Building in Bloomfield
other professor in the history
Township.
of the law school.
The complimentary
Sponsor of the Cardozo
breakfast meeting, one in
Law
Society and its breakfast
a series, will feature
series is Federation's
speaker Joan Mahoney,
Community Outreach and
dean of the Wayne State
Education Department. The
University Law School.
Cardozo Law Society's mis-
Dean Mahoney began
sion is to involve community
her tenure at the law
members in the legal profes-
school in 1998. She has
Joan Maho ney
sion with Jewish learning
published extensively in
and provide networking
the areas of constitution-
al law, legal history, civil liberties and opportunities.
bioethics. Her current scholarly
interests include reproductive tech-
The deadline to reserve for the
nology and children's rights.
free Cardozo Law Society break-
The Aug. 29 event is being held in
fast is Thursday, Aug. 15. For
memory of the late Wayne State
reservations, call Kari Alterman,
University Law Professor Stephen H.
(248) 203-1470.
Schulman, and in tribute to the gift
he made for the benefit of Jewish
youth through the Millennium Fund

Get Your Ducks Lined- Up
For Hadassah's Ducky Derby

The third annual Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah Ducky Derby
will take place 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 25, at Kensington
Metropark in Milford. The event raises
money for pediatric oncology research.
Rubber ducks may be adopted in
advance or at the event. Adoption
forms, which include a variety of
adoption packages, from $5-$100, can
be found at all Hiller's Supermarkets
and other neighborhood venues, or
online at
www.detroitduckyderby.com
Ten thousand ducks will be dropped
into the lake at Maple Beach at
approximately 2:30 p.m. The ducks
will race to the finish line for a chance
to win many prizes, including a one-
week vacation to Cabo San Lucas and
an annual family membership at
Franklin Fitness & Racquet Club in
Southfield.
Free festivities during the day
include carnival games, moonwalks,
face painting, arts and crafts, music

and dancing. Food will be available for
purchase.
New for 2002 is the Derby Duck
Pack, which is 10 ducks for $50.
Purchasers of the Derby Duck Pack
will receive a junior duck and many
coupons by mail. Supporters can sign
up to participate in the 'Add a Duck
to Your Family Tree" promotion. The
three people who sell the most ducks
will receive ducky prizes.
Patrons of the third annual Detroit
Ducky Derby are the Detroit Jewish
News, Homedics, the Sills Foundation,
the Josephine Ford Cancer Center and
Henry Ford Health System, Comerica
Bank, Sherwood Studios, Tapper's Fine
Jewelry, Pet Supplies Plus, Baby'n'Kids
Bedrooms, Bernie Stevens and
Associates and Perlmutter-Lubin
Specialty Advertising. Sponsors are
Metro Parent Magazine, the Observer &
Eccentric Newspapers and WJR Radio.
Contact Hadassah at (248) 683-
5030 or log on to the derby Web site.

Shopping Expo, Musical Teens
Are Bringing Israel To Detroit

While in Detroit, the Israeli Scouts,
At the Ben Yehudah Street Shopping
ages
16-17, also will perform at Temple
Expo, metro Detroiters will have an
Israel
and Fleischman Residence, both in
opportunity to boost the Israeli econo-
West
Bloomfield;
and Corinthian
my by helping Israeli small business
Baptist
Church
in
Hamtramck.
owners.
The Detroit performances are spon-
Organized in response to the drop in
sored by the Jewish Community Center,
tourism to Israel, the local Expo will
Federation's Neighborhood Project and
offer the products of more than 50
private individuals.
Israeli merchants Sunday-Tuesday, Aug.
The Scouts are among 100 teens rep-
11-13, at the Jewish Community Center
resenting
Israel this summer in the U.S.
in Oak Park. The products will include
Israeli art, Judaica, jewelry, leather goods, and Canada. They are performing at
camps, public gatherings, schools, com-
posters, books and food items.
munity centers, hospitals and nursing
During shopping hours, Israeli foods
homes.
will be available for purchase at the
Miriam's Place restaurant.
Co-chairs of the Expo are Susan and
Robert Rollinger of West Bloomfield,
Hours for the Ben Yehudah
aided by Jewish community profession-
Street Shopping Expo are 11
als Sharona Shapiro of the American
a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11; 10
Jewish Committee and Andy Roisman
a.m.- 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12;
of the JCC in Oak Park.
and 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday,
Additionally, the Israeli Scout
Aug. 13. Admission is $3 per
Friendship Caravan, a 10-member
person or $5 per family, covering
troupe of Israeli Boy and Girl Scouts,
all three days. Volunteers are
will bring a message of friendship and
needed, too. For information,
peace from Israel at two performances,
call the AJC, (248) 646-7686, or
_also on Sunday, Aug. 11. At 2 p.m., they
send an e-mail message to:
will present their song and dance revue
detroit@ajc.org .
for JCC members only at the Center's
outdoor pool and plaza in West
For information on the Israeli
Bloomfield. At 7:30 p.m., the Scouts
Scouts' performances, call Andy
will give a free public performance at
Roisman, (248) 967-4030.
Charlotte Rothstein Park in Oak Park,
located behind the JCC building.

Soviet Veterans
Donate To Israel

The Detroit Jewish Veterans
Association of World War II of East
Europe have donated funds to the
Israel Emergency Fund of the Jewish
Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit.
On their own initiative, the veterans
raised $12,334 from their member:-
ship and from their families. •
The funds from the Israel
Emergency Campaign will be used to
provide a variety of rescue and relief
services in Israel. Aid covers a variety
of social and humanitarian needs,
including financial assistance and
counseling for terror victims and their
families, social support and meals-on-
wheels to older and frail adults, and
extended school and sports programs
to keep children in grades 3-9 in
school in the afternoons and provide
them with a hot lunch.

Kidney Foundation
Benefit 'On River'

Hosted by WDIV-TV personality Lila
Lazrus, the Detroit branch of the
National Kidney Foundation of
Michigan is presenting its fourth
annual "Soiree on the River" 6 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 23, at the Roostertail in
Detroit.
The fund-raising event will include
a live and silent auction, cocktail
reception, strolling dinner and live
entertainment by Saoco.
Tickets are $75, with proceeds to
help the Kidney Foundation aid
• Michigan residents on dialysis and
those waiting for transplants.
Sponsors of the event are HOUR
Detroit magazine, WDIV, WWJ
Radio, Style Magazine and the Detroit
Jewish News.
For tickets and information, call
Lisa Jelic, (734) 222-9800 or (248)
539-3001.

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