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December 27, 2002 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-27

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You are invited to
attend a Reception
in honor of

Rabbi Yeruchim

Rosh Yeshiva of
Beth Medrash Govoha

at the home of
Rabbi & Mrs. Joseph

15041 Burton
Oak Park, MI

January 6, 2003
8:30 pm

Dr. Phillips

Dr. Daniel Phillips
of Huntington
Woods was recently
elected and
installed as 2002-
2003 president of
the Metropolitan
Detroit Optometric
Society. He main-
tains a private prac-
tice in Southgate.

Sarah G. Deson-Fried of Birmingham
has joined the Troy office of the law
firm of Miller, Canfield, Paddock and
Stone PLC as sen-
ior counsel in its
real estate group.
She recently com-
pleted a four-year
term as a member
of the Jewish
Jewish Foundation
Joint Fiscal

Master of Ceremonies

Mr. Reuven Meer

Chairman, Sponsors' Committee

Rabbi Elazar Meisels


Mrs. Sol Nusbaum
Rabbi & Mrs. Dov Loketch
Rabbi L Mrs. Joseph Nusba




Eggenberger Frank PC is a new law
firm in Southfield. Jon Frank of
Birmingham has handled litigation on
behalf of plaintiffs including auto neg-
ligence and Michigan's No Fault act.
Jim Eggenberger of Farmington Hills
has most recently been in private prac-
tice doing plaintiff work.


For college age through 30-some-
thing. This calendar is published
the second and fourth Fridays of the

Jan. 8 — Wednesday, 8 p.m. Hillel
of Metro Detroit Torah on Tap with
Rabbi Avi Cohen. D'Amato's, 222 S.
Sherman, Royal Oak (south of 11
Mile, west of Main St.). Learn from
8 - 9 p.m. and schmooze from 9 -
11. Beer or soda while studying
Torah. Call Lesley Weiss, (313) 577-
3459 or hillelpd@wayne.edu

Jan. 10 — Friday, 6 p.m. Hillel of
Metro Detroit Eco Shabbat Dinner
at Oak Park JCC. Cost: $10 in
advance. RSVP to Sue Stettner, (313)
577-3459 or hillelad@wayne.edu




Steven C. Eisenshtadt of Farmington
Hills is . the new vice president at the
Farmington Hills-based Friedman Real
Estate Group. -Eisenshtadt will serve in
the Office Services Division. He has 13
years of commercial brokerage experi-
ence and holds the CCIM designation.

Stewart L. Mandell of Beverly Hills, an
attorney with the law firm of Dykema
Gossett PLLC, was recently honored at
the 10th anniversary of Parenting
Awareness Month, which he founded.
The event occurs each March to help
parents raise children who become
healthy and happy positive role models.

Tom Solomon and John Taormina,
both of West Bloomfield, are the co-
owners of Atomix Paintball, an indoor
paintball facility now open in Walled

Steve Morris of
West Bloomfield, a
-principal at GVA
Strategies Real
Estate, has been
elected president of
the University of
Michigan Business
School Club of


Edward D. Gold of Bloomfield Hills,
an attorney with Butzel Long, was elect-
ed to a three-year term as national vice

Jan. 12 — Sunday, 12 p.m. Hillel of
Metro Detroit "TUBE"ishvat at the
Fridge. Cost: $5. Meet at Max M.
Federation Building at 11 a.m. to
carpool. $1 of the cost for JNF to
plant a tree in Israel. RSVP to Brent
Yarkin, (313) 577-3459 or

Jan. 14 — Tuesday, 7 p.m. Hillel of
- Metro Detroit Social Action
Planning Meeting. Oak Park JCC.
RSVP to Sue Stettner, (313) 577-
3459 or hillelad@wayne.edu

Jan. 16 — Thursday, 7 p.m. Young
Adult Division and Hillel Metro
Detroit cosponsor "40 Years Later —
Remembering Martin Luther King."
No charge. RSVP to Jonathan
Goldstein, (248) 203-1471 or

Jan. 17
Friday, 7:30 p.m. Young
Adult Division and Michigan

president of the
American Academy
of Matrimonial
Lawyers and mem-
ber of the organiza-
tion's executive
committee. He is a
full-time senior
shareholder in his
firm, actively prac-
ticing in Butzel
Long's Bloomfield
Hills office. He
heads up the firm's Family Law
Practice Group.

Paul A. Hack, a senior vice president
of investments and certified invest-
ment management consultant at the
Farmington Hills office of Raymond
James & Associates Inc., formed Paul
Hack Consulting. Hack specializes in
serving individuals and businesses
with more than $1 million in assets
for investment. He has been named to
the firm's 2002 Chairman's Council in
recognition of outstanding client serv-.
ice and exemplary professional

Emil Cherkasov of West Bloomfield
has joined McNabnay & Associates
Inc, commercial real estate firm as a
sales associate in Bloomfield Hills. He
will specialize in sales/leasing of office,
medical, commercial, hi-tech and
industrial properties.

Coalition on the Environment and
Jewish Life cosponsor Shul Crawl at
Birmingham Temple. Discussion
with Rabbi Tamara Kolton, followed
by Tu B'Shevat service. No charge.
RSVP to Alaine Waldshan, (248)
203-1486 or waldshan@jfmd.org

Jan. 18 — Saturday, 7:45 p.m. Young
Adult Division couples event, "A Night
at the Gem" Theatre in Detroit. Dessert
preglow followed by 9 p.m. showing of
Shear Madness. $90 per couple. Located
at the Gem Theatre in Detroit. Limited
seating. Contact Jonathan Goldstein at
(248) 203-1471 or goldstein@jfmd.org

Jan. 20 — Monday, 10 a.m. Hillel of
Metro Detroit is volunteering at
"Martin Luther King: A Day On,
Not A Day Off." Meet at Blue Cross
Blue Shield, 600 E. Lafayette,
Detroit, to work at one service site.
RSVP to Sue Stettner, (313) 577-
3459 or hillelad@wayne.edu

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