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November 22, 2002 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-22

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Spotlight

Cookies N' Dreams

PRESENTING

North Farmington Band &
Orchestra Boosters 12th Annual
`HOLIDAY ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW"

A delectable event raises funds
for children with cancer.

Sat. Nov. 23rd, 2002 • 9 am to 4pm

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

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'm on cookie overload. I've
tasted more cookies than you
can imagine. But it's for a good
cause. I was recently a "celebri-
ty judge" for the "Cookies N' Dreams"
event held at the Somerset Collection
in Troy, where 8,000 cookies were
consumed.
This fourth annual benefit of the
Michigan Chapter Friends of Camp
Mak-A-Dream raised more than
$90,000 to send children with cancer
to a camp in Montana. Harry and
Sylvia Granader of Beverly Hills,
Mich., are the founders who donated
87 acres of their Montana ranch to
make this camp possible. Cathy and
Nate Forbes and Kathy Broock
Ballard were the event co-chairs. More

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than 900 patrons attended the event.
Here are the winners according to
the celebrity judges: Best Chocolate
Cookie, Bay Leaf; Best Bar Cookie,
From Scratch; Best Decorated Cookie,
Cookies By Design; Most Unusual
Cookie, Market Basket; Best Chip
Cookie, Mikki's Gourmet Catering
and Best Cookie, Scher Delites.
While I was cookie binging, I ran
into another "celebrity judge," Judge
Stephen Cooper of the 46th District
Court in Southfield. He is excited
about the program Southfield Reads
(www.southfieldreads.org) to encour-
age literacy.

All Dolled Up

Temple Israel recently presented its
annual Sisterhood luncheon. This
year's theme "All Dolled Up" included
beautiful doll centerpieces and an

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Mark Schechter and his childr' en
attended the Cookies N' Dreams benefit.

Co-Chair Lil Erdeljan addressed the
patrons at the Michigan Humane
Society Gala.

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