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October 25, 2002 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-25

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before you get to the big stuff."
Guisewite talked about the four
basic "guilts" in life — food, love,
mom and work — and shared her
coping skills.
"Remember, you are not alone,"
she said. "Throw away the scale. If
you want something to change, do
something different. Listen to your
inner Mom." She also introduced
her mother, who resides in the area.
Reiterating her.refrain, the car-
toonist said: "You are never alone.
Just read 'Cathy.'"

Israeli Designers

The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit's Women's
Campaign and Education
Department teamed with the Roz
Sherm boutique for a shopping
event to support Israeli designers.
Joanne Arnovitz and Sheri Schiff
were co-chairs of the September
showing hosted at Roz & Sherm
Bloomfield Township store.
A portion of the sales of the
Israeli-made Judaica, gifts, clothing
and jewelry was donated to JFMD's
Israel Emergency Campaign.

Les Miserables

Andover High School in Bloomfield
Hills is presenting Les Miserables,
Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 21-24. Some
of the leading actors include: Mark
Adler; Justine Aronson, David
Bailey, Zach Begle, Kevin Groth,
Lauren Fink, Caitlin Klaper, Hallie
Patterson, Louis Preonas Daniel
Schelegel and Kristen Snyder. For
information, call (248) 341-5623.


The Child Abuse and Neglect
Council held its annual "Merry-Go-
Round Gala" Oct. 19 at the
Somerset Inn in Troy. Julie Nelson-
Klein received the group's Circle of
Hope Award.
Sandy Bean, Suzanne Hively and
Becky Jaglois co-chaired the fund-
raising event. Some of the commit-
tee members included Karen Adams,
Bob Bean, Annabel Cohen, Elyse
Essick Foltyn, Pam Freed, Mitchell
S. Klein, Janice Morganroth,
Marcia Ross, Jackie Stein and Anne


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The invitation read: "Open your
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More than 70 patrons ate heartily
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Chef Colin Brown of the
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dishes, including sushi.

The Michigan Humane Society will
host a gala celebration in honor of
its 125th anniversary Saturday, Oct.
26, at the Neiman Marcus store in
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Designer Jay Strongwater created
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