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August 09, 2002 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-09

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Members of the metropolitan
Detroit Jewish community who
emigrated from the former Soviet
Union are invited to dinner and an
informational evening to benefit the
Israel Emergency Fund of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.
The event is scheduled 7-10 p.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 27, at the Fiddler
Restaurant, 6676 Orchard Lake
Road in West Bloomfield. Tamara
Friedman is event chair; Michael
Kuchersky is the host.
Friedman is working with the
Committee of Jews from the Former
Soviet Union, a newly formed out-
reach group at the Jewish
"All we had to do was mention
that the evening is to help Israel,
with all proceeds going to people
there, and we had a wonderful
response," Friedman said. "So many
people were interested in gathering
and helping."
The Federation-sponsored Israel
Emergency Campaign benefits chil-
dren and older adults directly affect-
ed by government cutbacks in fund-
ing to health, education and social
services in Israel.
Keynote speaker at the Fiddler
will be Federation Chief Executive
Officer Robert Aronson. The
evening will include a limited-ticket
raffle for prizes, including a deluxe
trip to Las Vegas, a spa package, a
night out with dinner and an opera
performance, and watches.
Sponsors for the event are
Cattleman's Meat Company,
DOmestic Linen & Supply
Company, the Fiddler Restaurant,
Ginzburg Travel, Hiller's
Supermarkets, Lighting Supply
Company, Morris Kosher Poultry,
Produce Palace, Sam Valk
Productions, Seven Days
Newspaper, Tamara Institute De
Beaute, Toby & Associates,
Universal Watch & Jewelry Co. and
VIA Distributors.

Cost for the Israel Emergency
Campaign benefit evening is $90
per person, including appetizers,
a main course and dessert.
Kosher meals are available upon
request. For reservations by Aug.
20, call David Contorer, (248)


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