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October 04, 2002 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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A joyful singer's faith in his children's
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The performer is happy to appear at
Kadima's annual benefit, which seeks
to raise about 30 percent of its operat-
t was just three weeks after the
ing budget from the event. Funds will
Sept. 11 attacks on America
provide residential counseling, support
that Mandy Patinkin last sang
groups and employment services.
in the Detroit area.
"Our mission is to create opportuni-
His concert on Oct. 1, 2001, pro-
ties for men and women with psychi-
moted his Kidults album, in
atric disabilities to build new
which he playfully gives voice
Mandy Patinkin lives," explained Kadima
to his innocent inner child,
performs Oct.
Executive Director Janette
singing free-spirited songs
15 at Music
Shallal.
from Broadway and
Hall to benefit
"Everybody just -needs to
Hollywood.
Kadima.
be thinking kind, generous
But at Patinkin's show at the
thoughts toward our fellow
Macomb Center for the
human beings all over the
Performing Arts in Clinton Township,
planet," Patinkin said. "And doing
it was his Yiddish version of Irving
every little thing we can, whether it's a
Berlin's "God Bless America" that
benefit for Kadima or whatever you
brought the house down as it uplifted
try to do to save lives, is only going to
the spirits of his fans.
make the world a better place."
Patinkin will revisit this area
Tuesday, Oct. 15, in a concert at
Proud Pop
Music Hall Center for the Performing
Arts in Detroit to benefit Kadima, the
Asked to comment a year after the ter-
Southfield-based agency that aids
rorist attacks on America, during a
adults with mental illness.
period of increased bloodletting in

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