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February 07, 2003 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-07

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Spotlight

ALL OUR CHILDREN from page 87

My name is Jennie Beitner.

Ernie Harwell autographed a raffle
prize at Jewish Home and Aging
Services' installation.

I came to JAMD from West
Hills Middle School. I wasn't
sure whether I'd fit in, but it
took only a week before I
realized that JAMD was the
perfect place for me. I've made
new friends even among the
older grades. I am the secretary
of the 9th grade student govern-
ment, I helped start the tennis
team, and I play varsity volley-
ball. I love the academics and
especially the Bible class for
kids who've never studied at a
day school. Now I realize I have
everything I would at a public
school plus the extra benefit of
Jewish studies, and I still keep
in touch with all my old friends.
I can't imagine going to high
school anywhere else.

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four women instrumental in founding
Circle of Friends: Doris August, Vicki

Celani, Janet Grant and Lois Shaevsky.

Moulin Rouge

Variety, The Children's Charity presents
"Le Moulin Rouge" Saturday, Feb. 22, at
the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham. A
fabulous floor show is planned, along
with hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and dinner.
Some of the honorary committee
members include Sharon and Richard

Bockoff, Jennifer and David Forbes,
Constance and Sanford Krandall,
Arnold Krieger, Judee and Richard
Lewis, Sally and Fred Marx, Rosalie and
Bruce Rosen, Janie and Michael Roth
and Tammy and Lee Steinberg. For
more information, call (248) 258-5511.

Sports Night

The benefactors of the Jewish Home and
Aging Services had a jump on spring
training. More than 200 patrons attend-
ed the Nov. 18 installation featuring
Ernie Harwell, legendary Detroit Tigers
announcer. Harwell captivated the audi-
ence with his most memorable moments
in baseball broadcasting.
Mark Kowalsky was named
Benefactor of the Year. Joel Smith and
Gary Shiffman installed this year's new
board members. They include David

For more
information call us at
248-592-JAMD (5263)
or visit our website at
www.jamd.org .

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"Unfettered," a unique series of Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
events funded by the Fetter family to
increase young adult involvement, will
host "Vodka, Latices and Food for
Thought," 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15,
at the Detroit Institute of Arts with
speaker Avraham Infeld. Nancy
Heinrich and Geoff Kretchther are co-
chairs, while Scott Kaufman, Brian
Siegel and Rachel Zimmerman are on
the advisory committee. For more infor-
mation, call (248) 203-1458. ❑

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