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Mark Herman, a 27-year-old West
Bloomfield native and graduate of North
Farmington High School and Eastern
Michigan University, was the victim of a
devastating weighlifting accident in
.March 2001. A chest press bar crushed
his 4th and 5th cervical vertebrae, leav-
ing him a quadriplegic with complete
paralysis from his shoulders down.
Before his accident, he was pursuing
his lifelong dream of acting and comedy.
He was also a writer, director and co-
producer of Full Body Wig, a sketch
comedy program that aired on PBS in
Herman's private insurance policy only
provides limited coverage and will expire
entirely at the end of the year, leaving
him dependent upon government aid
and his own resources.
The "Friends of Mark Herman" com-
mittee was formed to organize a
fundraiser to defray some of the $12,000
monthly costs and expenses associated .
with his care.
The second annual Strolling Supper
and Auction to benefit Mark Herman
will be held from 8 p.m. to midnight
Saturday, April 12, at the Farmington
Hills Industrial Center, 24746 Crestview
Court in Farmington Hills.
The event will feature a strolling sup-
per, musical entertainment and a live
and silent auction.
Tickets are $100 each and can be pur-
chased in advance or at the door.
Donations may be sent to: Variety, the
Rosen Fund, do Mark Herman, 789
Smith Ave., Birmingham, MI 48009.
Donations are tax deductible as per-
mitted by law.
For more information, call Suzanne
Leibovitz, (248) 366-1223.
The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit will offer mini-
camps to bridge the gap between school
and summer programs. Camps will be
offered June 9-13 for preschoolers and
June 16-20 and Aug. 18-22 for pre-
school through fifth grade.
All mini-camps are held at the JCC in
West Bloomfield. Mini-camps are limit-
ed to children who are signed up for the
regular camp season. Staff will do an in-
lobby registration on Sunday, April 6, 10
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