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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-27

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PLEASE JOIN US...

as we celebrate the Twelfth Anniversary of
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the kosher food pantry feeding hungry Jewish families

Balfour Concert
Co-Chairs Named

The Zionist Organization of
America's annual Balfour
Celebration Concert will be Sunday
evening, Oct. 20, at the
Millennium Theater in Southfield.
Co-chair Joseph Savin, president
of the ZOA Michigan Region, has
served on the
board of the
Michigan Israel
Investment Club
and the Michigan
Israel Chamber
of Commerce.
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\,\,..,
He has been
active with the
13
Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan
Joseph Savin
Detroit for 44
years.
Co-chair
Beverly Baker is
vice president of
ZOA Michigan
Region. She
serves on the
boards of the
Friends of Israel
Defense Forces
and the Janice
Charach Epstein
Gallery at the
Beverly Baker
Jewish
Community
Center in West Bloomfield. She is
head of the Morris and Beverly
Baker Foundation, a charitable
foundation that funds mainly
Jewish activities in Canada, the
United States and Israel.

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HONORING...

Monday, October 21, 2002

Adat Shalom in Farmington Hills

Hors d'oeuvres 6:00 p.m.

Deborah

Program 7:00 p.m.

Dinner to follow - Couvert $136.00 per adult

Judy Kepes

Ellen Glen

Dinner Co-Chairpersons

Diane & Emery Klein

Fundraising Dinner Co-Chairpersons

Scott Kaufman

Allan Sefton
Richard 5imtob
Dinner Program Book Chairpersons

Amy 5chlussel

YAD Liaisons to Dinner

WE WISH TO THANK THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE WHO HAVE LENT THEIR SUPPORT TO ENSURE THE SUCCESS OF THIS EVENT:

,

ANDREW ZACK

President

YAD EZRA

feedity the _Tewielf Hotgry

LEA LUGER

Development Director

ELAINE RYKE

Human Services Director

Michigan allows an income tax credit for individuals equal to 50% of the amount of cash contributions (subject to certain limitations) to organizations ,
fair market value of the dinner for tax purposes is $34.00 per person.
such as Yad Ezra that provide food or shelter to the indigent. The

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JARC Hosts
Fund-Raiser

Farmington Hills-based JARC will
host its annual fall fund-raiser Sept.
30 and Oct. 1 at the Fisher Theatre
in Detroit. This year's performance
features Elton John and Tim Rice's

Aida.
Ellen Labes of Bloomfield Hills is
chairing the event, which raises
funds for JARC's programs for peo-
ple with developmental disabilities.
For ticket information, visit
www.jarc.org or call (248) 538-
6610, ext. 418.

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