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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-22

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Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield
Hills. She was instrumental in the acad-
emy's capital campaign for the recently
opened New Studios Building and has
supported a wide range of academy and
museum initiatives
during the last five
years.

Geta Richman of West
Bloomfield retired as
clinical director of
Southfield-based
Kadima. She was with
the non-profit, non-
sectarian mental health
agency for nine years.

Geta
Richman

Photographer Linda

Solomon of
Bloomfield Hills has
been named one of
Northwood
University's
Distinguished Woman
Award recipients. She
has taught photogra-
phy to children and
developed Kmart's
Linda
national It's A Snap!
Solomon
program for children,
providing cameras for
children to shoot their dreams.

The Children's Leukemia Foundation
of Michigan recently honored:
• Sylvia Brown of Southfield was
presented with a Lifetime Achievement
Award. She and her husband, Harry,
joined with other parents who had lost
a child to leukemia to help found the
Children's Leukemia Foundation in
Detroit in 1952. She become the
agency's first executive director and
served for 23 years.
• Alan and Sharyn Cornfield of
Farmington Hills received the Sylvia
and Harry Brown Award as the agency's
most outstanding volunteers. Sharon
completed her first term on the board
in 1990. Alan chaired the board of
directors for six years and served for
many years as the board liaison with
CLF's Medical Advisory. Committee.

Dr. Marc M. Dunn of Franklin has
been appointed to the staff of St. John
Hospital and Medical Center in
Detroit. He received his medical degree
from the University of Michigan and
completed his residency there. He corn-
pleted a fellowship in pulmonary and
critical care at the University of Texas
Southwestern Medical School and is
board certified in pulmonary disease
and critical care medicine. Dr. Dunn is
in practice in Huntington Woods.

SELL HIGH

BOB-LO

BOB-LO ISLAND RESORT COMMUNITY.

A RARE JEWEL IN THE MAJESTIC GREAT LAKES.

AWAY FROM IT ALL, YET CLOSE TO EVERYTHING.

OFFERING THE ULTIMATE EXCLUSIVITY AND

SERENITY IN LUXURY MARINA/GOLF RESORT LIVING.

OWN A PIECE OF LIVING HISTORY

AMENITIES DEFINE WORLD-CLASS

Bob-Lo Island, a world-class marina and golf
resort island community. Luxury living at an
incredible price, available for a short time.

Island life at Bob-Lo is what you should demand
from a vacation community. Boat slips, private
golf, breathtaking views, sandy beaches, historic
landmarks, tennis, swimming pool, walking and
bike paths, wildlife, basketball court, roller rink,
24/7, 365 ferry service and a waterfront bar
& grill. Plans for future amenities
include a village center featuring
quaint European-style shops, fine
restaurants and a full-service spa.

This unique paradise hideaway island offers the
ultimate in privacy, security and exclusivity.
A place where you retreat back in time
to a Victorian-inspired community
that defines how life should be.

Imagine strolling along sandy
beaches in harmony with wildlife.
A leisurely day on your boat, or
watching ships gently lumber by as
you play a round of golf. Whatever
your pleasure, Bob-Lo Island is a year-
round sanctuary for the mind and soul.

NEVER TOO FAR FROM HOME

No more four-hour drives to your vacation
home. Getting here is easy, getting back home
is even easier. Located in historic Amherstburg,

Canada, the - island is approximately one hour
from the heart of Michigan's metropolitan life.

THE PLACE IS TIMELESS,
BUT THE OFFER IS NOT

Harborview Court Condominiums
are one of the greatest vacation home
investments you can make. but you'll
have to hurry, because Phase One units at
closeout prices are nearly- gone (from the low
$200s to $500,000, U.S. dollars). Purchase your
rare island jewel by December 31 and you'll
receive incredible incentives valued at $10,000.
But, once these Phase One Condominiums are
gone, so are the closeout prices and special
incentives. Call now for your private tour.

www.BOBLOISLAND.com

or phone: (519)736-1148

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