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October 25, 2002 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-25

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Federation Hosts
William S afire

The Jewish Federation of Washtenaw
County will welcome William Safire,
New York Times
columnist and
Pulitzer Prize winner,
to Ann Arbor
Monday, Nov. 11.
Safire will be the fea-
tured speaker at the
Main Event 2003.
The Main Event is
centerpiece of the
William Safire
federation's annual
fund-raising cam-
paign. The presentation, for campaign
donors, will take place at 7 p.m. at the
Ypsilanti. Marriott at Eagle Crest.
Tickets are $25 per person with a mini-
mum contribution of $100 per family.
Safire's appearance is made possible by
Ford Motor Company Fund.
Main Event chairs are Elaine and
Barry Margolis and Lisa and Stephen
Weiss. Federation campaign chairs are
Owen Perlman, Amy Sheon and
Marvin Krislov and Prue and Ami
Rosenthal. Joan Lowenstein is president
of the federation with Jeffrey Levin as
executive director.

JCC Promotes
Nancie Furgang

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Nancie Furgang of West Bloomfield has
been promoted to program director at
the Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit.
She will combine her current duties as
special needs director with responsibility
for the JCC's day camp program.
Furgang's background includes pedi-
atric and early intervention; and pro-
gram design, development and imple-
mentation. She is a licensed occupation-
al therapist.
The JCC inclusion program includes
day camp, sports and recreation, early
childhood education and enrichment
programs for children with special needs.
The adult inclusion program, for adults
with special needs, includes social activi-
ties, sports and recreation and travel.
JCC summer camps are conducted at
both JCC locations. They include tradi-
tional day camps, Imagitivity arts and
sciences camps, day travel camps, sports
and recreation camps and more.
For information about the inclusion
program or summer camps, call
Furgang, (248) 432-5585.

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