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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-16

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Exceptional Senior Living

Adam M. Grant, son of Susan Grant
and Mark Grant of West Bloomfield
and a senior at Harvard University,
received the first-ever junior fellowship
from the American Academy of
Political and Social Sciences.

The Heritage, Southfield's premier retirement community

Steve Goodman of Southfield is the
recipient of the Kadima Consumer of
the Year Award. Goodman is instru-
mental with the Kadima newspaper; he
also donates time to teach computer
classes for other clients.

has been providing Exceptional Senior Living for nearly

four years. The Heritage offers a choice of

• Independent and Assisted Living

• Outings and/or events daily

Miriam Levine, Berkley High School
graduate of 2000, and Aaron Kirsch,
Berkley High School senior, both
received the Dean's Merit Scholarship
awarded by the University of Michigan.

• Spacious studio, one and two bedroom apartments

• Restaurant style dining

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• 24 hour staff available

Honoring Older Americans Month

For more information or a personal tour, please call

Come see what
you're missing at
The Heritage!

25800 W. Eleven Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48034

www.theheritage-southfield.corn

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Here's To .1.1.

Steve Tobocman, D-
Detroit, was named pro
bono attorney of the
year by the American
Bar Association's
Business Law section.
He was the founder and
executive director of
Community Legal
Resources, a Detroit-
based organization that enables com-
munity groups serving low-income
areas to have quality legal representa-
tion.

Eli Greenbaum, a screenwriter from
Birmingham, has been awarded a resi-
dency at the Ragdale Foundation for
the winter/spring session of 2003.
Ragdale is a nonprofit, international
artists community in Lake Forest, Ill.

Judge Barry M. Grant of Southfield,
chief judge pro tern of the Oakland
County Probate Court, has been elected
vice chair of the Judicial Tenure
Commission.

Deborah Hitsky of Southfield debuted
her new book, Survey sfor Conversation,
published by Pro Lingua Associates of
Brattleboro, Vt., at the
Teachers of English as a
Second Language
(TESOL) convention
in Baltimore. The book
is a series of 48 take-
home surveys leading to
classroom conversations.
Hitsky is a teacher and
coordinator of Ferndale's
English as a Second
Language program at the Jewish
Community Center in Oak Park. She
contributes CyberSpot columns about
Jewish Web sites to the Jewish News.

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