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September 06, 2002 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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Golfers Play For Hillel Day School

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JERRY & ROSE LIGHT

Golfers are invited to support
Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit Monday,
Sept. 30, at Wabeek Country
Club in Bloomfield Township.
Proceeds from the Hillel Day
School Golf Classic will bene-
fit Hillel's scholarship fund.
The day's schedule is: 11:45
a.m., registration and lunch;
shotgun start, 1 p.m.; cocktails
and buffet, 6 p.m.
Sponsors of the golf outing
are Associated Dermatologists
of West Bloomfield; Karen and
Jim Berger; Edgewood Center
for Ear, Nose and Throat;
Efros-Save-On Drugs;
Homedics; Linwood Pipe and
Supply; Pet Supplies Plus;
Steve Schlafer and Prudential
Securities of West Bloomfield;
Specialties Showroom; the

Henrietta and Alvin Weisberg
Foundation; the Goodman
family; Harry Thompson-
Maloof Jewelry and Gifts.
Steve Schlafer is serving as
chair of the golf classic and
Bruce Garelik is the co-chair.
Members of the committee
include Jim Berger, Stacy
Brodsky, Bob Canvasser,
Michael Dorman, Otto Dube;
Rob Goodman, Jay
Greenspan, Corey Haber, Art
Indianer, Natalie Newman,
Julie Weisberg Schlafer and
Howard Yerman.
The cost to attend is $275
per person, which includes
kosher meals, snacks, beverages
and prizes. For reservations
and sponsorship information,
call Marianne Bloomberg,
(248) 851-6950.

FISHER from page 77

and impact of the work of
the Max M. Fisher Jewish
Community Foundation,
chairman Dan Greenberg
said these awards are intend-
ed to enrich our community
as a whole. "The Fisher
Foundation is honored to
encourage and nurture new
and innovative programming
that enhances the quality of
Jewish communal life," he
said.
Organizations interested in
applying for a Fisher
Foundation Grant may
obtain letter of intent forms
and guidelines from the
Federation Planning
Department.
For information, call
Marion Freedman at
Federation, (248) 203-1467.

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PHYLLIS & JOSEPH
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Laguna Woods, CA

more than 300 people partic-
ipated in MI-COEJL events,
including an Eco-Sukkot cel-
ebration.

• Yad Ezra, Berkley:
$10,000 for kosher break-
fast/lunch assistance for
Jewish day schools. With
funding for this program,
Yad Ezra continues to pro-
vide Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
and Yeshiva Gedolah with
food for lunch programs.
While most of government
surplus food is not kosher,
Yad Ezra is able to step in
and fill' the need because of
its warehouse space and pur-
chasing power.
Remarking on the scope

May the new

year bring health,

joy, prosperity

and everything

good in life.

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2002

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