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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-30

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Naftaly Receives Butzel Award

Robert Naftaly of West Bloomfield will I Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit and a past chair of its
receive the Detroit Jewish com-
executive committee. He is
munity's highest honor for dis-
founding co-chair of
tinguished community service,
Federation's Alliance for Jewish
the Fred M. Butzel Award.
Education.
Naftaly is being cited for
He helped initiate the
service to the Jewish Federation
Synagogue 2000 program
of Metropolitan Detroit and its
involving all congregations in
agencies, for his accomplish-
exploration
of what it means to
ments in Jewish education and
be
Jewish
and
was instrumen-
care for older adults, and-for
tal
in
revitalizing
the system of
his leadership.
Robert Naftaly
providing care for older adults.
Federation will present the
He has served as president of
award at the combined annual
Jewish Home and Aging
meeting of Federation and its
Services.
investment arm, the United Jewish
Naftaly is treasurer of the Anti-
Foundation, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.
Defamation
League and chairs its audit
10, at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
committee.
Naftaly is a past president of the

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Maas Prize Nominations Due

The Benard L. Maas Foundation, in
cooperation with the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit, is seeking
nominations for the fourth annual
Benard L. Maas Prize for Achievement
in Jewish Culture and Continuity.
This year's award will be given in the
area of humanities, including contem-
porary, literary, historical, social or cul-
. rural studies.
The Maas Prize honors individuals
whose work enhances Jewish life and
community and encourages the explo-
ration of Jewish cultural issues and the
creation of Jewish art. The prize recog-
nizes institutions for their role in
advancing the cause of Jewish arts and
culture.
To be eligible, the artist or institution
must be located in Michigan. The indi-
vidual may be a working artist, scholar
or educator who makes a unique contri-
bution to the Jewish community. The
organization should have programming
that exemplifies an outstanding strength

in Jewish arts or humanities.
A monetary prize of $2,500 and a cer-
tificate of achievement will be awarded
in both the individual and organization.
The deadline for nominations is
Monday, Sept. 16. To obtain an appli-
cation packet, contact Kari Alterman,
(248) 203-1470, or

alterman@jfmd.org .

Individuals must submit a statement
of artistic intent, two samples of repre-
sentative work, two letters of support,
and a curriculum vita. Organizations
must also provide two statements of
support, a brief history of the organiza-
tion, and a description of the organiza-
tion's contributions and why a particular
program or activity has become an asset
. to the Jewish community. Self-nomina-
tions are encouraged.
Past awards have been given in the
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Shopping Event Benefits Israel

A private showing of Israeli jewelry,
Judaica and clothing will be held at Roz
and Sherm in Bloomfield Plaza 7-9 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 3. At least 10 percent of
all sales at that time will be given to to
the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit's Israel Emergency Campaign.
Joanne Aronovitz co-chairs the event
with Sheri Schiff. The event will kick off
at 7 p.m. with remarks by Jane
Sherman, past president of the

Federation Women's Campaign and
Education Department. There will be a
wine and cheese reception during the
Shop for Israel opening.
No donation is-required, but Israel
Emergency Campaign pledge cards will
be available at the event. The evening's
sponsors are Dairy Fresh Foods Inc. and
Linda Gershenson.
Roz and Sherm is located at 6536
Telegraph, Bloomfield Township.

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