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June 06, 2003 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-06

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This Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12-6 pm
Join us for a tour and refreshments

Hearts For
Hospice

Hilary and Selwyn Isakow hosted a
luncheon May 20 at their
Bloomfield Hills home to benefit
Hearts for Hospice of Michigan.
Hospice of Michigan is dedicated
to providing care and comfort to
those in the final stages of life and
their families.
Eric Paskel, psychologist and
yoga instructor, spoke on self-dis-
covery and yoga's healing proper-
ties. Chair Lori Pogoda accepted a
check presented by Kim Zazula of
Fifth Third Bank for a grant dona-
tion of $53,000.
Dr. John Finn, medical director
of the Maggie Allesee Center for
Quality of Life, spoke about hos-
pice history — "the history of
remarkable women" — beginning
in Dublin in the 1800s. "Hospice is
the only model of interdisciplinary
holistic care in the entire health
care system," he said.
Debby Tukel then shared her
experiences about her dying father
and Hospice of Michigan workers,
who provided dignified support not
only for him but her whole family,
even embracing her young children.
The host committee included:
Kathy Antonini, Edie Broida,
Nancy Gershenson, Gina Horwitz,
Beverly Liss, Beverly Moore,
Beverly Stone, Lois Shaevsky,
Debby Tukel and Carole Larson-
Wendzel.
— Cindy Frenkel, special writer

• Luxurious one and two bedroom

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apartment homes with full kitchens
• Full dining service available
• 74-seat movie theatre

• Courtesy transportation
• On-site 24-hour care giving staff
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• Beauty salon and gift shop

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Promise Ball

The 2003 Promise Ball to benefit
the Juvenile Diabetes Research
Foundation International (JDFI)
held May 2 at the Townsend Hotel
in Birmingham raised more than
$450,000.
Janice Cherkasky, Marilyn
Newman and Martin Soushanian
were the event co-chairs. This year's
recipients of the Jane L. Cobb
Promise Award included U.S. Rep.
John D. Dingell, D-Dearborn, for
his community activism and
Marilyn Berman of West
Bloomfield for her "heart of gold."
Upcoming JDFI events include a
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"Walk to Cure Diabetes" Sunday,
Sept. 14. For information, call
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