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Ford Executive Talks
About 'Being Out'
Announcing...The Trowbridge-Providence Hospital alliance.
We've added "on-site" professional medical services including a full-time doctor's office,
rehabilitation center and Activities of Daily Living lab provided by Providence Physician,
Dr. Stephen Kronberg, M.D. and Providence Rehabilitation Therapist, Jackie Grabinski, P.T.
Dr. Stephen Kronberg, M.D.
M F: 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Jackie Grabinski, P.T.
M,W & F.. I 5 p.m.
At The Trowbridge we continue to offer the full range of high quality services that you have
come to expect, including fine dining, housekeeping, linen service, social events, chauffeured
transportation and so much more!
Call 248-352-0208 for personal tour and additional information
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The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit and Michigan
Jewish AIDS Coalition (MJAC) will co-
host a lecture featuring Ford Motor Co.
Vice Chairman and Chief Financial
Officer Allan Gilmour at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 2,
at the JCC in West
The presentation is
titled "Being Out in
Gilmour will discuss
his experience as a
gay man in the cor-
Ford Motor Co. in
1960 as a finance
staff financial analyst and later was
supervisor of financial presentations. He
was assistant to the executive vice presi-
dent of finance before joining Ford
Motor Credit Co. as executive vice pres-
ident of administration. He returned to
Ford from retirement in May 2002.
The lecture is free. JCC Board
Member Debbie Levin is chairing the
The event is the first of a three-part
series hosted by MJAC's ECHO
Program (Educating the Community
About Homosexuality Through
Outreach), titled "Being Out: In the
Workplace, in School and at Home."
Honorary chairs are Arthur and Gina
Horwitz. Event chairman is Dr. Don
For information about MJAC or the
series, call Kim Roth, (248) 594-6522.
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Court Appointed Special Advocates
(CASA) is seeking volunteers to work as
advocates for children.
Working in pairs, CASAs assist the
Family Court of Oakland County in
making decisions as to the appropriate-
ness of legal guardianship placements.
The leadership and training is provid-
ed by the National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Section.
The next training session for new
CASAs will be 9:30 a.m. Thursday,
Sept. 26, and Friday, Sept. 27, at the
NCJW office, 26400 Lahser Road,
Suite 100, Southfield.
For information, call Libby Sherbin
or Rosevelyn Lieberman, (248) 355-